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THE IMPACT TEAM

Dr. Moore is a licensed psychologist in Portland, Oregon. Her clinical practice focuses on psychological evaluations for immigrants and adult psychotherapy with diverse populations. Dr. Moore earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Boston University and completed her clinical internship at Mass General Hospital. Through post-doctoral training she became a Qualified Forensic Psychologist in Massachusetts. She was a psychology instructor and clinical supervisor at Harvard Medical School for many years. She is past president of the Oregon Psychological Association.

Dr. Moore is fluent in Spanish and German and has pursued a long-standing career in cross- cultural psychology. In her psychotherapy and forensic psychology practice she works with adults struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and complex relationship issues. Immigration psychology is an additional area of expertise. She has conducted psychological evaluations for immigrants for many years and has expertise in the psychological documentation of the immigrant experience which becomes part of their legal case.

In addition to providing direct service, Dr. Moore is an educator, trainer and supervisor. She currently runs a training program in immigration psychology for early career multi-cultural mental health professionals and provides ongoing consultation to clinicians involved in this work.

Dr. Moore’s unique understanding of the immigrant experience has also been an integral part her personal life. She has lived in other countries and is the daughter of a child refugee from WWII. This history combined with her expertise creates an integrated and passionate commitment to the work of immigration psychology through direct service and education. She is the founder and president of the Immigration Psychology Access Team, a non-profit organization that provides high quality psychological evaluations for low income immigrants.

Dr. Moore is a licensed psychologist in Portland, Oregon. Her clinical practice focuses on psychological evaluations for immigrants and adult psychotherapy with diverse populations. Dr. Moore earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Boston University and completed her clinical internship at Mass General Hospital. Through post-doctoral training she became a Qualified Forensic Psychologist in Massachusetts. She was a psychology instructor and clinical supervisor at Harvard Medical School for many years. She is past president of the Oregon Psychological Association.

Dr. Moore is fluent in Spanish and German and has pursued a long-standing career in cross- cultural psychology. In her psychotherapy and forensic psychology practice she works with adults struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and complex relationship issues. Immigration psychology is an additional area of expertise. She has conducted psychological evaluations for immigrants for many years and has expertise in the psychological documentation of the immigrant experience which becomes part of their legal case.

In addition to providing direct service, Dr. Moore is an educator, trainer and supervisor. She currently runs a training program in immigration psychology for early career multi-cultural mental health professionals and provides ongoing consultation to clinicians involved in this work.

Dr. Moore’s unique understanding of the immigrant experience has also been an integral part her personal life. She has lived in other countries and is the daughter of a child refugee from WWII. This history combined with her expertise creates an integrated and passionate commitment to the work of immigration psychology through direct service and education. She is the founder and Executive Director of IMPACT: Immigration Psychology Access Team, a non-profit organization that provides high quality psychological evaluations for low income immigrants.

Marina Valdez, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Training Director

Dr. Valdez is originally from the beautiful border city of El Paso, TX.  She completed her undergraduate education in Psychology and Family Studies at Texas Tech University. She received her master's degree and Ph.D. from the University of Oregon Counseling Psychology program. Dr. Valdez completed her internship at Suffolk University Counseling Center in Boston, MA and then her post-doctoral residency at Reed College Health & Counseling Center in Portland, OR. She worked in college mental health for over a decade where she focused on supporting diverse student populations through their college careers. She also has experience working with psychologists and physicians in training, addressing burnout, compassion fatigue, and other career development concerns.

 

Since 2015, Dr. Valdez has offered bilingual psychological services to Spanish-speaking populations in her independent practice. She focuses on multicultural and Latinx psychology using trauma-informed perspectives in her work. Through this, Dr. Valdez was introduced to immigration evaluation work and found that her specialty areas dovetailed uniquely in this work.  In conducting these evaluations, she sees the positive impact that this work has had on improving mental health and general wellness in families. In addition to providing vulnerable populations with important services for immigration-based legal proceedings, these evaluations provide professional support and access to mental health referrals as needed. Dr. Valdez collaborates with other mental health professionals to advance understanding of this specialized work via training and consultation.

Valerie Yeo, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Valeria Yeo, Psy.D is from Singapore, and earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Denver. She is currently a licensed clinical psychologist in Portland, OR. Her professional specialties and focus areas include therapy through a multicultural and feminist lens, exploration of identity and context, life transitions, trauma, and mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Yeo also provides psychological testing from a Therapeutic Assessment lens, and brings this lens to the immigration evaluations she provides, in an effort to help keep families together and decrease the impact of trauma. Additional training in this area is important as the services provided within the field of psychology take place within clients' specific contexts and lived experiences. Training can help providers to foster greater awareness of context, broaden the scope of treatment, and bring more compassion and understanding to this work.

Dr. Larsen-Sanchez is a bilingual and bi-cultural clinical psychologist with experience working with adults, adolescents and children from diverse backgrounds to address depression, anxiety, trauma, unstable moods, grief, relationship difficulties and problematic behaviors. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology at Pacific University and completed his clinical internship at Jacobi Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed his postdoctoral fellowship at Kaiser Permanente, NW Division and a fellowship in psychoanalysis at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education/NYU School of Medicine. 
His past research focused on cultural mental health beliefs and attitudes toward formal mental health services among Latinx immigrants. He provides psychological evaluations for immigrant communities. These evaluations reduce cultural and language barriers and the inequities of the health and legal systems often encountered by immigrants.
Vulnerable immigrants receive comprehensive, trauma-informed psychological evaluations that for the purposes of their legal proceedings. IMPACT trains mentalhealth professionals to provide culturally responsive, relevant and ethical assessments to a community that is often underserved. In addition to providing evidence that can support fairness in the legal cases of immigrants, these evaluations are often the first
encounter many immigrants have with a mental health professional, which can become a bridge to needed treatments.

Jessica Beeghly, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Beeghly received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University where she had an area of emphasis in diversity and community mental health.  While in graduate school she participated in cross-cultural research examining the intergenerational transmission of trauma and the attachment/caregiver relationship as a mechanism for trauma transmission across generations.  She completed her internship at Aurora Mental Health Center in Colorado. As part of this training year she had the opportunity to complete a rotation at the Colorado Refugee Wellness Center where she completed assessments and short term therapy with newly arrived refugees from all over the world.  Dr. Beeghly completed her post-doctoral residency at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic with a training emphasis on health psychology and Latinx mental health.  After completing her residency Dr. Beeghly has stayed on at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic as a Behavioral Health Consultant providing brief psychological assessments and interventions with migrant farm workers and their families from Mexico, Central, and South America.  Most recently, she completed additional post-graduate training to become certified as a perinatal mental health specialist and has a specific interest in working with pregnant and postpartum women.  Dr. Beeghly is fluent in Spanish and performs the majority of her clinical work in Spanish. She is currently an evaluator on the Impact team and provides consultation to Impact trainees.

Lane Weeks Dewan, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Weeks DeWan is a licensed clinical psychologist in Portland, Oregon. Her practice focuses on therapeutic assessments and individual counseling for adults, using a trauma-informed and culturally sensitive lens. Dr. Weeks DeWan earned a doctorate from George Fox University’s Graduate School of Clinical Psychology. Her post-doctoral residency focused on completing formal psychological assessments for use in disability determination cases, and psychoeducational evaluations used to assess the potential utility of interventions and eligibility for accommodations. Dr. Weeks DeWan has been employed in a variety of settings including community mental health, residential addiction treatment, college counseling, and private practice. Her clinical experience includes collaborating with clients who present with complex trauma symptoms, addiction, cognitive concerns, anxiety, depression, and psychotic disorders. She completed specialized training to promote cultural competence. Dr. Weeks DeWan taught graduate level courses related to psychometrics, statistics and research design. She provides clinical supervision to doctoral students and post-doctoral residents in psychological assessment. Dr. Weeks DeWan is pleased to be a part of the IMPACT team where she conducts psychological evaluations for immigrant legal cases.

Susannah Castle, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Susannah Castle is a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma, including childhood abuse, interpersonal violence, and other adverse events that result in psychological distress. She has been licensed in Oregon since 2007.  Her undergraduate work was completed in Latin American Studies and European History at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and she completed her master’s and doctoral training in clinical psychology at George Fox University.  Her pre-doctoral internship was in Evanston, Wyoming, with a focus on the assessment and treatment of individuals with severe mental illness.  She completed her training as the chief post-doctoral fellow in clinical psychology for Kaiser Permanente Northwest.  

 

Dr. Castle has been an adjunct professor at Lewis and Clark College, and provides annual training to medical students at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) on psychological trauma.  Dr. Castle lived and worked in Central and South America for several years, and conducted research with Dr. Susanne Jonas, Ph.D., of the University of California, Santa Cruz, focusing on immigration trends from Guatemala to the US. She is bilingual in Spanish and English.  Dr. Castle has further background in psychological evaluation and assessment, with a focus on disability and neuropsychological evaluation in private practice and while working at Kaiser Permanente, Portland State University and Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital, in Portland, Oregon.  Dr. Castle provides immigration as a member of  the IMPACT team, and believes that these evaluations are an opportunity to give voice to the full impact and experience of immigrants seeking residency in the US. 

Kellie Supriano, LPC
Licensed Psychologist

Kellie Supriano is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Hawaii. She completed her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology at San Francisco State University and her Masters Degree in Counseling at California State University East Bay. She has post-masters training and experience in working with trauma, attachment, addictions and human development and has worked for years in the area of trauma, including working with both survivors of sexual abuse and survivors of domestic violence. She has education and experience in cross-cultural informed psychological work. She has completed the Impact Immigration training program and continues to participate in ongoing consultation and supervision on conducting mental health evaluations for immigration purposes. She currently maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Portland, Oregon.

Bonnie Comfort, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Comfort received her Ph.D.  in depth psychotherapy and diagnostic psychological testing; her post-doctoral fellowship was at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A. With over 33 years in clinical practice, she has conducted many neuropsychological and personality assessments for legal issues related to Workers' Compensation, personal injury, military fitness, and F.A.A. requirements. In recent years her practice focuses on psychotherapy and immigration evaluations.

These evaluations help the huge population of immigrants who are caught in an inhumane system that divides families, and places inordinate hardship on American citizens who are family members of these immigrants. Many immigrants, including women and children, are also seeking asylum from brutal and violent circumstances in their country of origin, and often their only hope of protection is going through the legal process that documents the psychological and physical damage they have already endured. There is heartbreaking panic in the immigrant population over being summarily deported without the opportunity for having their cases heard in court.  Legal representation with competent psychological documentation of trauma and hardship can protect them from this. Tragically, many of these immigrants simply do not have access to high quality psychological evaluations which Is a critical component of their immigration case.

Dr. Comfort believes that much human suffering can be alleviated if there are more clinicians trained to offer their findings to the court, and if some of the costs to those immigrants are mitigated. For that reason, IMPACT, the Immigration Psychology Access Team is critically important to support now.  It offers training to clinicians to provide these evaluations and offers financial relief to the immigrants specifically for the purpose of allowing their stories to be heard.

Bianca Brambila
Administrative Assitant

Bianca joined our team after graduating from George Fox University with a B.A. in Psychology. While at George Fox University she had the opportunity to travel to the remote areas of Peru to help facilitate research. She is bilingual, fluent in both Spanish and English. Bianca is passionate about social issues and strives to continue her work in the community. 

Lynn Moore. Ph.D.              Executive Director

Beverly Nicholson, Ph.D     President

Sandra Gonzalez, Psy.D.    Secretary

Christina Renck                  Treasurer

John Dooney, J.D.               Board Member

Dr. Moore is a licensed psychologist in Portland, Oregon. Her clinical practice focuses on psychological evaluations for immigrants and adult psychotherapy with diverse populations. Dr. Moore earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Boston University and completed her clinical internship at Mass General Hospital. Through post-doctoral training she became a Qualified Forensic Psychologist in Massachusetts. She was a psychology instructor and clinical supervisor at Harvard Medical School for many years. She is past president of the Oregon Psychological Association.

Dr. Moore is fluent in Spanish and German and has pursued a long-standing career in cross- cultural psychology. In her psychotherapy and forensic psychology practice she works with adults struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and complex relationship issues. Immigration psychology is an additional area of expertise. She has conducted psychological evaluations for immigrants for many years and has expertise in the psychological documentation of the immigrant experience which becomes part of their legal case.

In addition to providing direct service, Dr. Moore is an educator, trainer and supervisor. She currently runs a training program in immigration psychology for early career multi-cultural mental health professionals and provides ongoing consultation to clinicians involved in this work.

Dr. Moore’s unique understanding of the immigrant experience has also been an integral part her personal life. She has lived in other countries and is the daughter of a child refugee from WWII. This history combined with her expertise creates an integrated and passionate commitment to the work of immigration psychology through direct service and education. She is the founder and president of the Immigration Psychology Access Team, a non-profit organization that provides high quality psychological evaluations for low income immigrants.

Dr. Moore is a licensed psychologist in Portland, Oregon. Her clinical practice focuses on psychological evaluations for immigrants and adult psychotherapy with diverse populations. Dr. Moore earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from Boston University and completed her clinical internship at Mass General Hospital. Through post-doctoral training she became a Qualified Forensic Psychologist in Massachusetts. She was a psychology instructor and clinical supervisor at Harvard Medical School for many years. She is past president of the Oregon Psychological Association.

Dr. Moore is fluent in Spanish and German and has pursued a long-standing career in cross- cultural psychology. In her psychotherapy and forensic psychology practice she works with adults struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, and complex relationship issues. Immigration psychology is an additional area of expertise. She has conducted psychological evaluations for immigrants for many years and has expertise in the psychological documentation of the immigrant experience which becomes part of their legal case.

In addition to providing direct service, Dr. Moore is an educator, trainer and supervisor. She currently runs a training program in immigration psychology for early career multi-cultural mental health professionals and provides ongoing consultation to clinicians involved in this work.

Dr. Moore’s unique understanding of the immigrant experience has also been an integral part her personal life. She has lived in other countries and is the daughter of a child refugee from WWII. This history combined with her expertise creates an integrated and passionate commitment to the work of immigration psychology through direct service and education. She is the founder and Executive Director of IMPACT: Immigration Psychology Access Team, a non-profit organization that provides high quality psychological evaluations for low income immigrants.

Dr.  Moore is the recipient of the 2021 Richard M. Ginsburg Outstanding Leadership for Immigration Rights Award.

Marina Valdez, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist
Training Director

Dr. Valdez is originally from the beautiful border city of El Paso, TX.  She completed her undergraduate education in Psychology and Family Studies at Texas Tech University. She received her master's degree and Ph.D. from the University of Oregon Counseling Psychology program. Dr. Valdez completed her internship at Suffolk University Counseling Center in Boston, MA and then her post-doctoral residency at Reed College Health & Counseling Center in Portland, OR. She worked in college mental health for over a decade where she focused on supporting diverse student populations through their college careers. She also has experience working with psychologists and physicians in training, addressing burnout, compassion fatigue, and other career development concerns.

 

Since 2015, Dr. Valdez has offered bilingual psychological services to Spanish-speaking populations in her independent practice. She focuses on multicultural and Latinx psychology using trauma-informed perspectives in her work. Through this, Dr. Valdez was introduced to immigration evaluation work and found that her specialty areas dovetailed uniquely in this work.  In conducting these evaluations, she sees the positive impact that this work has had on improving mental health and general wellness in families. In addition to providing vulnerable populations with important services for immigration-based legal proceedings, these evaluations provide professional support and access to mental health referrals as needed. Dr. Valdez collaborates with other mental health professionals to advance understanding of this specialized work via training and consultation.

Valerie Yeo, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Valeria Yeo, Psy.D is from Singapore, and earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Denver. She is currently a licensed clinical psychologist in Portland, OR. Her professional specialties and focus areas include therapy through a multicultural and feminist lens, exploration of identity and context, life transitions, trauma, and mood and anxiety disorders. Dr. Yeo also provides psychological testing from a Therapeutic Assessment lens, and brings this lens to the immigration evaluations she provides, in an effort to help keep families together and decrease the impact of trauma. Additional training in this area is important as the services provided within the field of psychology take place within clients' specific contexts and lived experiences. Training can help providers to foster greater awareness of context, broaden the scope of treatment, and bring more compassion and understanding to this work.

Dr. Larsen-Sanchez is a bilingual and bi-cultural clinical psychologist with experience working with adults, adolescents and children from diverse backgrounds to address depression, anxiety, trauma, unstable moods, grief, relationship difficulties and problematic behaviors. He earned his doctorate in clinical psychology at Pacific University and completed his clinical internship at Jacobi Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of Medicine. He completed his postdoctoral fellowship at Kaiser Permanente, NW Division and a fellowship in psychoanalysis at the Institute for Psychoanalytic Education/NYU School of Medicine. 
His past research focused on cultural mental health beliefs and attitudes toward formal mental health services among Latinx immigrants. He provides psychological evaluations for immigrant communities. These evaluations reduce cultural and language barriers and the inequities of the health and legal systems often encountered by immigrants.
Vulnerable immigrants receive comprehensive, trauma-informed psychological evaluations that for the purposes of their legal proceedings. IMPACT trains mentalhealth professionals to provide culturally responsive, relevant and ethical assessments to a community that is often underserved. In addition to providing evidence that can support fairness in the legal cases of immigrants, these evaluations are often the first
encounter many immigrants have with a mental health professional, which can become a bridge to needed treatments.

Jessica Beeghly, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Beeghly received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Palo Alto University where she had an area of emphasis in diversity and community mental health.  While in graduate school she participated in cross-cultural research examining the intergenerational transmission of trauma and the attachment/caregiver relationship as a mechanism for trauma transmission across generations.  She completed her internship at Aurora Mental Health Center in Colorado. As part of this training year she had the opportunity to complete a rotation at the Colorado Refugee Wellness Center where she completed assessments and short term therapy with newly arrived refugees from all over the world.  Dr. Beeghly completed her post-doctoral residency at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic with a training emphasis on health psychology and Latinx mental health.  After completing her residency Dr. Beeghly has stayed on at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic as a Behavioral Health Consultant providing brief psychological assessments and interventions with migrant farm workers and their families from Mexico, Central, and South America.  Most recently, she completed additional post-graduate training to become certified as a perinatal mental health specialist and has a specific interest in working with pregnant and postpartum women.  Dr. Beeghly is fluent in Spanish and performs the majority of her clinical work in Spanish. She is currently an evaluator on the Impact team and provides consultation to Impact trainees.

Lane Weeks Dewan, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Weeks DeWan is a licensed clinical psychologist in Portland, Oregon. Her practice focuses on therapeutic assessments and individual counseling for adults, using a trauma-informed and culturally sensitive lens. Dr. Weeks DeWan earned a doctorate from George Fox University’s Graduate School of Clinical Psychology. Her post-doctoral residency focused on completing formal psychological assessments for use in disability determination cases, and psychoeducational evaluations used to assess the potential utility of interventions and eligibility for accommodations. Dr. Weeks DeWan has been employed in a variety of settings including community mental health, residential addiction treatment, college counseling, and private practice. Her clinical experience includes collaborating with clients who present with complex trauma symptoms, addiction, cognitive concerns, anxiety, depression, and psychotic disorders. She completed specialized training to promote cultural competence. Dr. Weeks DeWan taught graduate level courses related to psychometrics, statistics and research design. She provides clinical supervision to doctoral students and post-doctoral residents in psychological assessment. Dr. Weeks DeWan is pleased to be a part of the IMPACT team where she conducts psychological evaluations for immigrant legal cases.

Susannah Castle, Psy.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Susannah Castle is a clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma, including childhood abuse, interpersonal violence, and other adverse events that result in psychological distress. She has been licensed in Oregon since 2007.  Her undergraduate work was completed in Latin American Studies and European History at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and she completed her master’s and doctoral training in clinical psychology at George Fox University.  Her pre-doctoral internship was in Evanston, Wyoming, with a focus on the assessment and treatment of individuals with severe mental illness.  She completed her training as the chief post-doctoral fellow in clinical psychology for Kaiser Permanente Northwest.  

 

Dr. Castle has been an adjunct professor at Lewis and Clark College, and provides annual training to medical students at Oregon Health Sciences University (OHSU) on psychological trauma.  Dr. Castle lived and worked in Central and South America for several years, and conducted research with Dr. Susanne Jonas, Ph.D., of the University of California, Santa Cruz, focusing on immigration trends from Guatemala to the US. She is bilingual in Spanish and English.  Dr. Castle has further background in psychological evaluation and assessment, with a focus on disability and neuropsychological evaluation in private practice and while working at Kaiser Permanente, Portland State University and Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital, in Portland, Oregon.  Dr. Castle provides immigration as a member of  the IMPACT team, and believes that these evaluations are an opportunity to give voice to the full impact and experience of immigrants seeking residency in the US. 

Kellie Supriano, LPC
Licensed Psychologist

Kellie Supriano is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Hawaii. She completed her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology at San Francisco State University and her Masters Degree in Counseling at California State University East Bay. She has post-masters training and experience in working with trauma, attachment, addictions and human development and has worked for years in the area of trauma, including working with both survivors of sexual abuse and survivors of domestic violence. She has education and experience in cross-cultural informed psychological work. She has completed the Impact Immigration training program and continues to participate in ongoing consultation and supervision on conducting mental health evaluations for immigration purposes. She currently maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Portland, Oregon.

Bonnie Comfort, Ph.D.
Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Comfort received her Ph.D.  in depth psychotherapy and diagnostic psychological testing; her post-doctoral fellowship was at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in L.A. With over 33 years in clinical practice, she has conducted many neuropsychological and personality assessments for legal issues related to Workers' Compensation, personal injury, military fitness, and F.A.A. requirements. In recent years her practice focuses on psychotherapy and immigration evaluations.

These evaluations help the huge population of immigrants who are caught in an inhumane system that divides families, and places inordinate hardship on American citizens who are family members of these immigrants. Many immigrants, including women and children, are also seeking asylum from brutal and violent circumstances in their country of origin, and often their only hope of protection is going through the legal process that documents the psychological and physical damage they have already endured. There is heartbreaking panic in the immigrant population over being summarily deported without the opportunity for having their cases heard in court.  Legal representation with competent psychological documentation of trauma and hardship can protect them from this. Tragically, many of these immigrants simply do not have access to high quality psychological evaluations which Is a critical component of their immigration case.

Dr. Comfort believes that much human suffering can be alleviated if there are more clinicians trained to offer their findings to the court, and if some of the costs to those immigrants are mitigated. For that reason, IMPACT, the Immigration Psychology Access Team is critically important to support now.  It offers training to clinicians to provide these evaluations and offers financial relief to the immigrants specifically for the purpose of allowing their stories to be heard.

Bianca Brambila
Administrative Assitant

Bianca joined our team after graduating from George Fox University with a B.A. in Psychology. While at George Fox University she had the opportunity to travel to the remote areas of Peru to help facilitate research. She is bilingual, fluent in both Spanish and English. Bianca is passionate about social issues and strives to continue her work in the community. 

Lynn Moore. Ph.D.              Executive Director

Beverly Nicholson, Ph.D     President

Sandra Gonzalez, Psy.D.    Secretary

Christina Renck                  Treasurer

John Dooney, J.D.               Board Member