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David Schuessler, MA, LPC, SOTP

David Schuessler received his Masters in Community Psychological Counseling. He has worked providing sex offender treatment and evaluation for over a decade. He started Innovative Counseling Enterprises (The ICE Program) in 2010. David is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider (SOTB) with the State of Oregon and will soon be an SOTB in Washington State. David's areas of professional interest include working with developmentally delayed offenders, counseling clients suffering from depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses, and helping those with sexual and gender identity issues. He also provides clinical supervision to staff and interns at the ICE Program.

David Schuessler

 

Kari Hempel, PhD, SOTP

Kari Hempel received her doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in March of 20 and is currently working toward licensure as a Clinical Psychologist. She has more than eight years of experience working with adult forensic populations in both substance abuse and sex offender treatment programs. Kari's theoretical and technical approach to her work at ICE is eclectic, incorporating cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, motivational interviewing, existential-humanistic, and psychodynamic interventions.

Kari Hempel

 

Meaghe Kelleher, MA, SOTP

Meaghe Kelleher received a BA in both Psychology and Communications from the University of Portland in 2008 and her Masters in Counseling Psychology in 2011 from Pacific University. She is currently working toward becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor. Meaghe began her career at ICE as an intern and is now on staff as an Associative Sex Offender Therapist. Her treatment emphasizes cognitive behavioral therapy with a focus on evidence-based treatments, alongside other theoretical orientations. She provides individual, couples, and group counseling. Her particular interests center on arousal reconditioning, hands-off offenders, self-esteem issues, and couples counseling.

Meaghe Kelleher

 

Olga Leonova, MA, LAPC, SOTP

Olga Leonova received her Masters Degree in Forensic Psychology from the University of Denver. During college she gained experience working with individuals, couples, and families involved in the criminal justice system. She uses an eclectic approach that borrows heavily from cognitive behavioral therapy and systems theory to conduct therapy. A clinician working towards licensure in the State of Oregon, Olga pursues continuing education and other available training in Sex Offender Treatment. Olga administers assessments, develops treatment plans, facilitates group and individual counseling, and develops Safety and Relapse Prevention plans.

Olga Leonova

 
 

Will Brown

Will Brown, of PPG/VRT Testing Services, LLC, has received extensive training in the area of sexual arousal and sexual interest testing, the role he fills at the ICE Program. During his career as a Certified Monarch Plethysmograph Technician, Will has administered many thousands of assessments. His particular emphasis is providing biofeedback to help clients take better control their behaviors.

 
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