LMFT // Ph.D., M.Div., M.S. MFT
OBLPCT Clinical Supervisor
P - 503.881.0513 // Email David
Bio: David's areas of focus are research on individuals, couples therapy, and training students, interns, and therapists. David has a private MFT and psychotherapy practice, and has constructed a new theory combining Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) and Intersubjectivity Psychoanalysis (IS). EFT is the most researched form of couples therapy with an attachment, neuropsychology, and gestalt base. IS is the current, state-of-the-art, fifth generation psychoanalysis focusing on two-person psychology. David regularly shares his research and insights at conferences, and recently conducted an eight-hour seminar for counselors and therapists, at which he presented his hybrid EFT & IS theory.
LMFT // M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy
OBLPCT Candidate Clinical Supervisor
P - 503.951.1554 // Email Linda
Bio: I have worked in various therapeutic settings with children, adults, and families for over 17 years. My area of expertise is family systems theory. I am listed on the OBLPCT website as a Candidate Clinical Supervisor for Interns working towards their licensure. I am currently employed full time with Trillium Family Services as a Child & Family Therapist.
LMFT, LPC // M.A. Marriage and Family Therapy
OBLPCT Clinical Supervisor
P - 503.869.8108 // Email Sabrina
Bio: Sabrina Walters is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has been in practice since 2004 in Beaverton, Oregon, serving individuals, couples and families with a strengths-based approach. She has also been a teacher, adjunct professor, and is a Certified Gottman Therapist. Her work as a therapist and speaker are informed greatly by her personal life as a mother of three boys and her marriage of over 30 years to Eric Walters. She and Eric have founded Core Values Counseling, lead marriage conferences helping couples find vision for their lives and relationship since 2004. The Core Values IndexTM is a cornerstone in their work with coaches, counselors, couples and individuals; helping each person understand their deepest, unchanging core-self. If there were a phrase to describe Sabrina’s work, it would be “Hope Monger.” She often tells clients she will hunt down hope in every situation. Sabrina and Eric recently published their first book; Enticing Love; Real Hope for Real Relationships.
LPC NBCC // MA Marriage and Family Therapy
Wellspring Individual, Couples and Family Therapy
www.wellspringmft.com | 503-850-4455
Bio: I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have been in practice since 2015 serving individuals, couples, and families in the Tualatin and Lincoln City areas. I am the Founder/Owner of Wellspring Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy. My personal background includes experience with Veteran’s Affairs as a Marriage and Family Therapist, working in Aviation for twelve years, business owner, Regional Manager of a multimillion-dollar advertising company, business development, and working with top level executives in multiple disciplines. My therapy practice is strongly influenced by my own life experiences of being a mother to three daughters, grandmother, and married forty-one years to my husband, Jim. I am the recipient of the “Best of Tualatin, Mental Health Service” award, five years consecutively, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, and 2021 awarded by the Tualatin Chamber of Commerce. I am here to come alongside you in your career, family, and social relationships, to understand your experiences and work with you for healing.