Meet The Juniper Team
Heidi Pattz, LPC
Heidi Pattz is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). She uses her education as a Masters Level Clinician in Expressive Arts Therapy and Infant Toddler Mental Health to connect with client’s and their families to reach mental health and wellness goals. She has been working for over 20 years in in-patient and out-patient community mental health and women’s wellness. She has extensive experience and training in working with complex trauma including a certificate from Harvard University’s School of Global Mental Health in Refugee Trauma and Recovery. Performed research and teaching in conjunction with The Sibling Support Project. Heidi came to Roseburg, OR from Boston, MA to apply her skills in treating underserved populations to the mental health needs of families in rural Oregon.
Scott Tougas, LPC
Scott grew up in a small town in Michigan before joining the Coast Guard Reserve in 2003. He spent the following 15 years in South Louisiana, where he spent his undergraduate years majoring in middle school education and completing his Masters degree in psychological counseling (2013). Scott has worked in several outpatient settings focusing on both mental health and substance use disorders including community-based services for children and adolescents, drug court, private practice, methadone clinics, and primary care.
Johnny McElroy, LCSW
Johnny is a licensed clinical social worker with 6 years of experience in general outpatient mental health providing individual, couple/family and group therapy. He has been conducting marriage counseling for 3 years and is certified in Integrative Behavioral Couples Therapy. He has strong background in working with family units under intense situations and providing Interventions that focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, emotions management, family systems and skills building.
Megan Buckley, CSWA
Megan Buckley is a Clinical Social Work Associate who holds a Masters of Social Work degree. She has worked as a provider with home support providing basic parenting skills education and respite to families who are being reunified with their children in relief nursery settings. Megan was also employed as a community mental health skills trainer for youth and families in Douglas County prior to earning her Masters degree.
Marriage and Family Therapy Associate
Deirdrah Racine is a Marriage and Family Therapy Associate in the state of Oregon. She has completed a Masters in Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling as well as a graduate certificate in Infant and Toddler Mental Health. She has worked with school based mental health services as well as previously serving families in outreach and care coordination for high risk families with young children in relief nursery settings.
Professional Counseling Associate, IMH-E
LeeAnn Grogan is a Professional Counseling Associate in the state of Oregon. She has spent her career working with children and families. She has held a variety of position as mental health counselor, educator and advocate for youth and family issues in a multitude of settings. Her particular focus of treatment is in women’s issues and supporting mom’s in pregnancy and the first year of life. She has additional training and endorsement in Infant and Toddler Mental Health, Maternal Mental Health, and breastfeeding support.
Sophie Lam - Germany, LCSW
Sophie Lam-Germany is a licensed clinical social worker. She has over 10 years’ experience treating adolescents, teens, and adults. She has a strong understanding of the bio-psychological presenting problems and needs of clients from various age groups, with a particular focus in treating trauma, depression, and anxiety.
Alyssa Davidson, QMHA
Outreach & Prevention Coordinator- Perinatal Focus
Alyssa Davidson has a Bachelor of Social Work with a specific interest in Women’s Studies, that she completed at Portland State University. She is currently pursuing her Master of Social Work through Chamberlain University with a focus in trauma. Her fields of interest are Perinatal, Women’s, and LGBTIA+ Mental Health and Wellness. She has facilitated new mom’s support groups, managed a postpartum support hotline, provided outreach and resources access to local homeless populations, as well as working with perinatal wellness groups to bring access to a wider variety of postpartum and pregnancy support services to her community, and she is also involved in the local lactation and perinatal task forces.
Alison Hinson, LPC, IMH-E
Alison Hinson, LPC, IMH-E: Alison Hinson is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and is endorsed as a Clinical Mental Health Mentor from the Oregon Infant Mental Health Association. She is completing her Education Specialist degree, holds her administrator license through TSPC, a graduate certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy, a graduate certificate in Infant and Toddler Mental Health, and a Master’s degree in Human Services Counseling. She has worked in education and community mental health supporting youth with behavioral challenges and adults with mental health needs for the past 14 years. She also provides specialty content trainings and individual and organizational support in developing endorsed professionals in the field of Infant and Toddler Mental Health, including providing case consultation and reflective supervision. Additionally, she has worked with multiple universities and community colleges as an adjunct professor, project coordinator, and student supervisor in education and family studies programs.
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