Mentorship

Please join your colleagues and offer to serve as a Mentor and learn or ask questions as a Mentee.  Monthly phone or in person meetings are set up by the Mentor and Mentee once a "match" is made.  Enjoy a bit of colleague support, new information, and conversation regardless of age, orientation or years of experience.

The following list is of Licensed Psychologists who have agreed to serve as Mentors for the OPA Mentorship Program. This is a free service for members and a voluntary program of Licensed Psychologists. OPA does not endorse any particular individual or attest to their expertise. If you are interested in serving, please let the OPA office know. Mentees are welcome to contact any Mentor for additional information. Please follow recommended information (Questionnaire and Informed Consent Form below) to review and complete before proceeding. Your feedback is welcome.

  • Steve Condon: Rural Settings, CBT, School Evaluations
  • Juliette Cutts: Addiction, Organizational Work, DBT
  • Barbara Herman: Greater Eugene, Practice building, individual, family
  • Meghan Kelley: Insurance Billing, Gender transitioning, Couples/Marital
  • Art Kowitzh: Psychological Evaluations, Forensic work, Parental Assessment (Child Welfare)
  • Carol Markovics: Applied Behavior Analysis, Autism, Trauma
  • Douglas Marlow: Coaching, Motivation and Behavior Change, Couples/Marital
  • Bill McConochie: Political psychology research, Finances (practice), Testing
  • Sandy Ramirez: Red Cross Disaster Mental Health, Family therapy, Forensic work
  • Del Rapier: Transgender, Gender non-conforming, Gestalt Process/Therapy
  • Joe Rhinewine: contextual approaches, Practice issues, CBT
  • Carlene Shultz: IFS, Sensorimotor, Addiction, Testing, EMDR

Click here for the Mentorship Questionnaire. 

Click here for the Mentorship Informed Consent Form.

 

For more information, and to leave feedback, please contact Beth Westbrook.