Meet The Staff

David Schuessler, MA, LPC, SOTP

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@iceprogrampdx.com

503-719-4704

Angie Lee, LPC Intern

Angie Lee, MA, Licensed LPC Intern

Angie received her BS in Psychology from Portland State University and an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University in 2019. She began as an intern at Innovative Counseling Enterprises in early 2018 as a graduate student. She is currently on staff and in the process of obtaining a Secondary Clinical Sexual Offense Therapist certification. Angie's main approach is psychodymanic yet often she adapts to different theoretical approaches such as DBT and CBT depending on the client's needs. Her professional interests include—but are not specific to—clients who have mental illnesses, young offenders, deviant arousal, LGBTQ+, and depression. Angie offers counseling to both individuals and groups and provides intake assessments and treatment planning to clients.

angie@iceprogrampdx.com

971-319-1603

Casey VanHouten, MS, LPC, SOTP

Casey VanHouten, MS, LPC, SOTP

Casey VanHouten received her Master’s degree in Psychology from University of Abertay Dundee in 2013; and has taken additional classes at George Fox University to help obtain licensure in Oregon 2018. She is also trained in EMDR, a modality of treatment most commonly used with people who struggle with symptoms related to post traumatic stress disorder. She approaches counseling through a holistic lens based on the assumption of the interconnectedness of body, mind, and spirit. She believes that people sometimes create and use coping strategies to survival that are now obsolete and no longer serve them. Through cognitive behavioral strategies she focuses on helping identify those patterns and work to help tweak them to make them more beneficial. She conducts treatment evaluations and sexual abuse risk assessments for pre-adjudicated individuals, and does individual and group therapy.

casey@iceprogrampdx.com

503-345-6792

Lori Torres, M.S.W.

Lori Torres, M.S.W.

Lori received her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Portland State University and is currently working toward licensure. She has completed the requirements and applied for Associate Sex Offender Treatment Provider accreditation. Though Lori is new to the ICE personnel, she has had over 10 years of experience in the field. She has previously worked providing treatment with youth who were sexually reactive. Lori prides herself on using theoretical orientations in an eclectic manner to best fit the individual. Her professional interests include working with young offenders, those suffering from mental illness, LGBTQ+ individuals, and those who have experienced trauma. Lori offers both individual and group counseling.

lori@iceprogrampdx.com

971-808-2245