Dr. Alissa Bazinet
Alissa Bazinet is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist practicing at Somatic Center Portland, LLC. She specializes in mindfulness-based, emotion-focused, and holistic psychotherapy methods to working with adults with histories of trauma, addictions, depression, anxiety, and chronic pain/illness. She also has background and experience in supporting individuals to integrate non-ordinary states of consciousness (induced through substances or otherwise), and is passionate about harm reduction approaches to working with substance use.
Licensed Professional Counselor,
Lesley is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Registered Art Therapist (ATR), and her practice currently focuses on trauma, PTSD, substance abuse, anxiety, and non-ordinary states of consciousness, including those induced by the use of psychedelics. Lesley’s intention is to create a trauma-informed, non-judgmental healing space for all clients. Lesley is also a certified yoga teacher and may incorporate mindfulness, breath, and body awareness into sessions when appropriate to facilitate relaxation and grounding.
Professional Counselor, Owner,
Timothy Crespi is a Licensed Professional Counselor and owner of Somatic Center Portland, LLC. He works with both individuals and couples struggling with PTSD, major life transitions, relationship challenges, and addictions.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Brian Hannah is a licensed clinical social worker who works with individuals from an integrative therapy approach. Brian is poised to serve a wide variety of people and situations, and specializes in grief and loss, difficult life transitions, coping with chronic illnesses, substance abuse, and integrating experiences of non-ordinary states of consciousness. Brian is passionate about providing a supportive and therapeutic presence for those who are seeking an empathetic, reflective, and healing space in which to explore their relationship with themselves and others.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Jay Hopkins is a seasoned Licensed Professional Counselor with 18+ years of experience working in mental healthcare. Integrating a number of therapeutic modalities (Gestalt, Body Oriented Psychotherapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Mindfulness-Based Therapy), Jay’s well-informed approach is holistic, person-centered, relational, down-to-earth and focused mindfully in the here-and-now. Jay enjoys maintaining a diversified clientele, working with individuals of various ages, cultures, sexual orientations and gender identities. Likewise, Jay willingly brings his tenacity, insight, heart, and experience to helping individuals with a variety of personal issues and mental health challenges; and tailors each person’s treatment to uniquely address their particular suffering.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Laura Riley is a holistic oriented Licensed Professional Counselor. She honors the interconnection of the mind, body and spirit. Laura is EMDR certified and level II trained in Sensorimotor (somatic-based) therapy. She also integrates other mind-body approaches including mindfulness, breathwork, expressive arts and Reiki. Laura’s passion is to offer a safe and supportive space for her client’s to feel empowered to heal, grow and be their wholeness.
Laura works with individuals and groups 18 and older and specializes in trauma resolution, PTSD, attachment, pre-verbal trauma, sexual abuse, women’s issues, grief/loss, relationships/intimacy, integration of non-ordinary states of consciousness including psychedelic experiences and shamanic journeying, LGBTQ issues and empowerment for empaths.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Rachel Raphael is a relationship specialist who supports couples, adult families and individuals toward creating relationship health. Areas of expertise include premarital/precoupling counseling, communication skill-building, infidelity recovery and navigating separation/divorce/family blending. She is trained in Emotion Focused Therapy for Couples (EFT-C), EMDR, Family Systems Behavioral Therapy and the mindfulness-based Hakomi method.
Clinical Social Worker Associate
Rebeca Rocha is a Clinical Social Worker Associate (CSWA) who has experience
working with domestic violence survivors, unaccompanied immigrant and refugee youth, and individuals experiencing mental health crisis. Her practice focuses on trauma, acculturation, substance use problems, anxiety, and depression. Some interventions used include Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Motivational Interviewing, and Mindfulness. Having come to the U.S. as an immigrant from Brazil herself, she particularly enjoys working with adolescents and adults from different cultures and have a deep understanding of the challenges of adjusting to a new country. In addition, she speaks Portuguese and Spanish.
Corinne combines her experience as a Mental Health Therapist and Singer to create a unique therapeutic service for her clients. She provides individual therapy for adolescents and adults using a somatic approach that focuses on the voice as a primary tool to help her clients process difficult emotions, express themselves freely and develop their identity. Corinne holds masters degree in Professional Mental Health Counseling from Lewis and Clark College and is a Licensed Professional Counselor intern. In addition to her private practice, Corinne sings and writes music professionally. For more information about Corinne’s therapeutic services and voice work please visit her website.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Antonia Vee is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Art Therapist, who offers individuals an integrative and mindfulness-based approach to psychotherapy. Her specializations include intimate partner violence, spirituality, trauma recovery, mood disorders and anxiety.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Registered Yoga Therapist
Juliana Wallace is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) she studied Social Work at the University of Central Florida and graduated from the Yoga Conservatory at Yoga Refuge. Her professional career has been focused in social justice, anti-oppressive practice, and supporting vulnerable community members in Portland.
Her current private practice was created to provide individual counseling, supervision, training, and consultation. A life long learner and regional teacher of Trauma Informed Care her current clinical practice is grounded in the connection of trauma and cultural stress to coping skills. Using self-reflection, mindfulness, harm reduction and promotion of safe spaces to practice vulnerability.
Juliana provides integration of altered states of consciousness including psychedelic experiences, support in an exploration of substance use patterns, anxiety, and extreme emotional states.
Amy Beth Johnson, N.D.
Dr. Johnson is particularly conscious of meeting patients where they are and holding space for them throughout the process of finding and maintaining wellness.
She utilizes a broad toolbox of modalities with a foundation of nutrition, botanical medicine, and classical homeopathy. Classical homeopathy is a passion for her as this medicine fosters the development of each individual’s uniqueness. She enjoys the connections created with her patients and the successes they have in overcoming deep seated obstacles.
Dr. Johnson is Board Certified by the Oregon Board of Naturopathic Examiners. In 2004 she received her doctorate of Naturopathic Medicine from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon. She completed five years post doctorate studies in classical homeopathy with Drs. Paul Herscu and Amy Rothenburg of the New England School of Homeopathy (NESH).
She completed her undergraduate studies at Michigan State University, where she received her BA in microbiology and public health, igniting a fascination for the intricate balance of life. She gained an appreciation for the essential nature of the matrix of microorganisms in our digestive tract, believing this to be the key to optimal health.
Her foundation in natural healing came from an apprenticeship with renowned healer and educator Daniele Laberge in the Eastern provinces of rural Quebec. With Ms. Laberge’s mentorship on her biodynamic herb farm, L’Armoire Aux Herbes, Amy learned a down-to-earth approach to holistic health care.
He provides effective healthcare to his patients by utilizing precise diagnostic techniques, traditional acupuncture, herbal medicine, and bodywork. He also assists clients with mental-emotional wellbeing and personal development through Hakomi-Informed Mindful Somatic Processing.
Stephen has had success treating patients with acute injuries, chronic pain, anxiety, depression, digestive disorders, and heart and lung diseases. He views wellness as a “great journey” and has a particular passion for allying with his patients and clients longer term.
Melinda Iglesias Wheeler
Licensed Acupuncturist, Doctorate of Science in Oriental Medicine
Care is personal, and must be specific and tailored to each individual. Classical Chinese medicine is an entire system of healthcare that engages and invites patients to be more active participants in their health and well-being. In caring for my patients I utilize Shen-Hammer Pulse Diagnosis, abdominal palpation, and other precise diagnostic techniques. I practice classical acupuncture and herbalism as well as cranialsacral and myofascial release.
Body Work and Massage Therapy
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Caitlin is a trauma-informed bodyworker who takes a holistic approach to working with the body. Caitlin works with a deep understanding of the interconnection between body, mind, and spirit; she uses gentle hands-on treatment techniques to restore balance and ease within the body.
Her work supports people experiencing tension, pain, fatigue, chronic illness, and mental health issues.
Interested in renting space?
We have part-time, beautifully furnished office spaces available for somatic oriented therapists, psychologists, and counselors. We also have two spaces available for Acupuncturists, massage therapists, and craniosacral workers.
All spaces are rented by 6, 12, 18 or 24 hours per week. Please inquire by sending us some info about yourself and what you are seeking by fillout out the form below.
Yes, I'd Like to Rent a Space...
Let us know a bit about yourself, your practice, and why you'd be a good fit for Somatic Center Portland. Please select the approximate hours-per-week you think would be the best fit for your needs.
959 SE Division Street, Suite 315
Portland, Oregon 97214