4625 SW Washington Avenue Office (Beaverton)
Paul Guinther, Ph. D
Paul is a licensed psychologist who helps adults live more fulfilling lives using mindfulness and values-based therapies. These research-supported therapies include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Behavioral Activation, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. He also addresses chronic physical pain using research-supported Pain Neuroscience Education. Paul can help people living with chronic physical pain, persistent complex bereavement, posttraumatic stress disorder, anxiety, panic, phobias, relationship difficulties, and depression. He uses a compassionate approach to reduce suffering while helping you more fully engage in a vital life of meaning and purpose.
Paul grew up in Colorado where he earned a master’s degree in experimental psychology from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He earned his doctorate degree in clinical psychology from the University of New Mexico, held his internship at the George E. Wahlen Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Utah, and moved to Oregon to participate in extensive postdoctoral training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. He collaborates with psychological researchers worldwide to find healthy new ways of living well, while directly serving as a clinician in our local community.
Outside of work, Paul enjoys spending time with his family, getting out into nature, and traveling. He also enjoys dabbling in music and other arts, and is known to binge watch comedies, thrillers, and science fiction.
Fawn McCool, LCSW
Fawn is a licensed clinical social worker who takes a genuine and collaborative approach to every counseling session. With an easy-going communication style she is a compassionate listener yet supports growth with evidence-based interventions. Fawn draws heavily from attachment theory and interpersonal neurobiology which she blends with narrative, cognitive behavioral, feminist, and mindfulness modalities for a holistic approach to healing. She has specialized training in working with clients who identify as women who have experienced challenges in motherhood such as adjustment issues, loss, infertility, postpartum mood/anxiety disorders, birth trauma, or NICU/PICU stays.
Fawn received her bachelor’s degree from Columbia College Chicago and her Master of Social Work from California State University, Los Angeles. She additionally has completed an Interpersonal Neurobiology certificate from Portland State University and MamaCare Certificate from the Shoshana Center.
In addition to private practice, Fawn has worked in a variety of settings providing skilled trauma-informed services to families, women and children. She teaches at Portland Community College, speaks at conferences on the neurobiology of birth trauma and maternal mental health, sits on the board of directors with NICU Families Northwest, and volunteers with Baby Blues Connection. Fawn is a LGBTQ+ affirming provider. When she is not working or researching Fawn loves cooking, family adventures, or spending as much time outdoors as possible-from farmers markets to hiking. When she gets a moment away from the family you can find her behind a sewing machine or reading.
Viviana Durflinger, LPC
Viviana is a Licensed Professional Counselor who enjoys working with women and teens. Viviana enjoys working with teens that feel "stuck" and have a difficult time navigating academic, family, and societal pressures. Viviana also enjoys working with women that work in high demand jobs, (including staying at home to raise children) struggle with anxiety, depression and relationship issues.
Viviana’s personal philosophy is to meet the needs of the client using a humanistic, holistic, solution focused and action driven approach to counseling. Viviana’s passion is helping individuals find healing and empowerment.
Viviana is fluent in both English and Spanish and holds a Master's in Professional Studies with a focus on Creative Arts Therapy from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. She has a Bachelors of Science from Lesley College in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon, and an Art Therapy Registered, Board Certified, Creative Arts Therapist.
12225 SW 2nd Street Office (Beaverton)
Jennifer Beckley Hays, LCSW
Jennifer is a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years of experience. She received her Bachelors in Social Work from California State University, Sacramento, and Masters in Social Work from California State University, Fresno. Jennifer's area of expertise as a counselor and medical social worker is working with clients impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault, chemical dependency, grief and loss.
Jennifer’s approach to therapy is holistic, integrative, trauma-informed, and collaborative. She approaches therapy as a partnership between client and therapist. Jennifer draws from many years of experience providing grief counseling and facilitating support groups for people coping with loss. Jennifer believes unprocessed trauma and grief can lead to maladaptive coping which adversely impacts mental and physical health. Jennifer draws from training in EMDR, Gestalt therapy and Motivational Interviewing to help support her clients work toward healing.
Amy Boyer, LCSW
Amy is a licensed clinical social worker who recently moved from New York where she had a private practice in the city and upstate for 15 years. Her specialty is helping people move to the core of their issues and become aware of the underlying root cause of their pain. She combines talk therapy with visualization, meditation and energy work to help each client open to the deeper beliefs, patterns and conditioning that inform their current circumstances.
Amy believes that as we face and resolve our inner pain, our outer world begins to shift and transform. We have the ability to change our lives, communicate better, love ourselves and each other in healthier ways. By facing the inner pain we hold, whether emotional, mental or physical, we begin to heal ourselves from the inside out.
This is deep transformational work that allows each individual to release long held pain and move deeper into the truth of who they are.
Debbie Fitzpatrick, LPC
Debbie works with clients who are experiencing anxiety, depression, emotional sensitivity, relationship issues, or difficulty focusing. Her emphasis is on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Debbie believes that helping individuals understand how their thoughts and behaviors contribute to intense emotions is the key to mental health. She teaches specific and diverse skills and coaches her clients to use them in real-life situations, primarily by challenging unhealthy cognitive patterns. Debbie also uses behavioral management techniques to help clients gain control over repetitive or compulsive actions and to reduce anxiety in feared situations.
Debbie received her master’s degree in school counseling from Xavier University in Ohio and completed a 2-year clinical licensure in Clinical Mental Health. She attended Oregon State University for her undergraduate degree, where she majored in Human Development.
Debbie is able to put clients at ease and establish a genuine connection from the start. Clients tend to appreciate her sense of humor and warm, caring style. She strives to give each individual a unique therapy experience. It is her goal to encourage her clients to begin a journey to wellness and productivity.
Xander Hayden, LPC
Xander received his Master's from Lewis & Clark College in 2015 and obtained his LPC licensure in 2018. Through his clinical internship at TransActive Gender Center, he developed his specialization of working with gender diverse youth and their families. Furthermore, he has also received additional training and certification from Lewis & Clark in working with eating disorders.
Xander has extensive experience writing letters and coordinating care for gender diverse individuals undergoing medical transition. Xander enjoys working with all ages, the LGBT+ population, and is especially experienced in working with individuals experiencing autism spectrum disorder, gender dysphoria, and eating disorders. He also identifies as being social justice oriented. In his work, Xander primarily conceptualizes his clients through a psychodynamic lens, but is also influenced by feminist therapies, critical theories, narrative therapy and DBT.
Xander currently holds Bachelor’s degrees in Mandarin Chinese and Women’s Studies as well as his Master’s in Professional Mental Health Counseling. He is now working on a third Bachelor’s degree in Biology in the hopes of attending medical school in the near future. Being an avid adventurer, Xander enjoys riding motorcycles, skateboarding, snowboarding, scuba diving, traveling, and exploring the outdoors with his dogs.
Sara Jensen, Psy.D.
Dr. Sara Jensen is a licensed psychologist who received her Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University School of Professional Psychology. She is also a licensed School Psychologist. Dr. Jensen has vast experience working with children, adolescents, families, and adults in a variety of settings with complex mental health needs, providing both individual and group work. Dr. Jensen’s theoretical orientation is a combination of evidenced-based Cognitive-Behavioral and Insight-Oriented frameworks, depending on what is the best fit for the client. Dr. Jensen enjoys working with clients from diverse backgrounds and in all age groups. She strives to identify, work from, and build upon client's strengths and empower individuals/families to achieve change through the use of current research, coupled with a warm and solution-focused style. She is passionate about her work, helping to create positive change, with development of skills to manage what is getting in the way, and make sense of problematic cognitive and behavioral patterns.
Chloe Lee-Zorn, PsyD
Dr. Lee-Zorn graduated from George Fox University in 2012 after completing her APA accredited internship at the University of Hawaii-Manoa. Dr Lee-Zorn was licensed as a psychologist in 2013 and her specialties include working with individuals who are dealing with relationship issues, including: a new relationship/marriage, the end of a relationship, the birth of a child or experiencing a deployed family member.
Dr. Lee-Zorn also serves in the Army National Guard and is proud to support her spouse, who is also an Army Officer. Dr. Lee-Zorn’s expertise is in: grief/loss, military service and families, as well as postpartum/ prenatal care. She focuses on mind and body wellness, specifically with consideration for diet, exercise, sleep and relational support. She has a wide variety of experiences in treating people from all walks of life, and looks forward to helping YOU work through your challenges.
In her free time, Dr. Lee-Zorn enjoys spending time with her husband and two young sons. She loves exercising, in all forms, and also maintains a blog about her military experiences.
Debdeep Nath, NP
Debdeep is a Board Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and Pediatric Mental Health Specialist with extensive experience in providing care for with children and adolescents under the age of 21 with mental health needs. At PMHC, his focus is on working with teens and youth with high functioning autism (previously "Asperger's"), ADHD, anxiety and depression. He prescribes medication for mental health conditions when indicated.
He grew up in India and attended Yale University for his undergraduate and graduate degrees. He completed his nurse practitioner clinical training at the Yale-New Haven Hospital and the Yale Child Study Center where his clinical focus was providing interdisciplinary care for children and teens, along with treatment and evaluation of children with anxiety, ADHD, depression and autism spectrum disorders.
When not striving to keep his patients happy and healthy, he enjoys spending time with his family, exploring Portland's hiking trails and reading.
Rachel Newton, LPC
Rachel is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon who holds a Master's degree in mental health counseling from Lewis and Clark College and a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Rachel works with adults who identify as female and older adolescents impacted by anxiety, depression, trauma and relationship distress. Rachel also has experience working with adult clients to address emotional and sexual intimacy concerns through a sex positive approach.
Rachel's personal philosophy integrates attachment, client centered, strengths based approaches. Rachel also incorporates CBT, DBT, mindfulness and motivational interviewing approaches to support and empower clients in meeting their goals.
Rachel believes it is important to listen, hear and honor the experiences lived by others and healing begins once an open and non-judgmental space is created for one's experiences.
Rachel enjoys being in nature through walks and hiking. She plays tennis, enjoys coffee, podcasts, mystery novels, zen tangle, and traveling to be with family in Colorado.