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David Schuessler, MA, LPC, SOTP


David Schuessler received his Masters in Community Psychological Counseling from Southeast Missouri State University. He has worked providing sex offense specific treatment and evaluation for over 15 years. 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 Oregon and Washington States. David's areas of professional interest include working with developmentally delayed individuals with sexual behavior problems, counseling clients suffering from depression, anxiety, and other mental illnesses, and helping those with sexual and gender identity issues. He serves as Clinic Director and also provides clinical supervision to staff and interns at the ICE Program.

David Schuessler


E. Meaghe Kelleher, MA, LPC, SOTP, CADC


Meaghe Kelleher received her Masters in Counseling Psychology from Pacific University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Clinical Sex Offender Therapist and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC I). Meaghe’s theoretical orientation is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She conducts intakes, risk assessments, group therapy, individual therapy, couples therapy and develops curriculum. She works with clients with a variety of mental health issues with a focus in the forensic population. She is also a Clinical Supervisor to ICE staff and interns.

Meaghe Kelleher

Sara Narayan, MA, Reg. LPC Intern, SOTP


Sara received a BA in Psychology and Criminology from The University of New Mexico and received her MA in Counseling Psychology from Pacific University School of Professional Psychology in 2013. She starting working with the ICE Program as an intern therapist and is now on staff as a certified Associate Sex Offender Therapist. She provides individual and group counseling. Her theoretical approach includes evidence based cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral treatments and interventions. Her professional interests include working with mentally ill offenders, working with clients who experience deviant arousal, and working with LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning) clients.

Sara Narayan

Robynnelle Smith, MA, Reg. LPC Intern, CADC


Robynnelle Smith graduated with her Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Fox University in 2015. She began working with clients with sexual offending histories in 2014 at ICE. Robynnelle is also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor who has worked primarily with criminal justice system clients since 2010. Robynnelle is currently working towards certification as a sex offender treatment provider and licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor. She provides assessments, treatment planning, group and individual services from evidence-based perspectives, including solution-focused and Adlerian theoretical approaches.


Robynelle Smith

Steven Seeley, MA, Reg. LPC Intern, SOTP


Steven Seeley received his Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Pacific University and is currently working toward licensure as a Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon. He is on staff as an Associative Sex Offender Therapist. Steven’s theoretical approach is eclectic, incorporating Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral and Existential therapies. He administers assessment, develops treatment plans and provides individual and group counseling. Steven’s areas of professional interest include working with clients suffering from severe and persistent mental illness, personality disorders and helping those with substance abuse issues.

Steven Seeley

Kelsey Ludwig, MA, SOTP


Kelsey Ludwig earned her BA in Psychology from the University of Northern Colorado. Currently, she is completing her Masters Degree in Professional Mental Health Counseling at Lewis and Clark College. Prior to working at ICE, Kelsey has had over seven years of experience of providing treatment for juvenile offenders and their families and is now an Associate Sex Offender Therapist. Her treatment approach is integrative, meaning that she uses techniques from a variety of theoretical approaches in order to offer more personalized treatment to individuals. Kelsey provides intakes, individual and group counseling sessions. Kelsey’s areas of professional interest include working with young offenders, clients who struggle with sexual preoccupation as well as individuals with mental illness.

Kelsey Ludwig


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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