Nadège Petrie, LPC(OR), and LMHC (WA)

Nadège R. Petrie, LPC, LMHC, is the founder and owner of Hopeful Minds Counseling Services in Newberg, Oregon. As a Haitian-American, she witnessed t...

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Nadège Petrie, LPC(OR), and LMHC (WA)

Nadège R. Petrie, LPC, LMHC, is the founder and owner of Hopeful Minds Counseling Services in Newberg, Oregon. As a Haitian-American, she witnessed the effects of hardship and loss from a young age and wanted to make a difference. With this in mind, she earned her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health from Medaille University in Buffalo, New York, to affect change in the lives of the people around her. Now a full-time licensed professional counselor, Nadège has worked with adolescents, adults, families (including blended families), and members of the BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ communities for years in both community mental health settings and private practice. She works from a trauma-informed care approach, helping clients understand how their past stressors and trauma impact them and giving them the space to take the time they need to heal. Nadège also helps clients focus on their strengths, empowering them to narrate their own experiences with unique challenges. She has assisted individuals recovering from PTSD, anxiety, depression, insomnia, and more. Outside work, she can be found volunteering, running marathons, hiking, and spending time with family and friends.

Rue Johnson, LPC

Rue J. completed her Master's in Professional Counseling at Liberty University. Rue is experienced in grief, loss, trauma, adjustment/life changes, an...

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Rue Johnson, LPC

Rue J. completed her Master’s in Professional Counseling at Liberty University. Rue is experienced in grief, loss, trauma, adjustment/life changes, anxiety, and depression. Her approach is evidence-based through the use of the IFS model. IFS is a powerful and effective method for integration that helps individuals soothe activated parts in healing deep wounds by tapping into the individual’s powerful SELF-lead energy.

Rue believes that the human spirit is geared toward resiliency and that resources are available. It is this belief that has fueled her goal to help clients discover these resources and help them improve their quality of life as a result. She seeks to create a safe space for clients, free of judgment, where they can explore their deepest values and goals. She aims to help clients determine what parts of their lives are working well and which features they would like to fine-tune to increase well-being and peace. In her spare time, Rue enjoys: spending time with her family and dog, traveling with her friends, outdoors, dancing and comedy, listening to many types of music, practicing her guitar, and singing.

Antonio Rivera, MA

Behavior change is difficult, even when you know the rewards that will follow. Antonio is a licensed psychologist who has been providing psychological...

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Antonio Rivera, MA

Behavior change is difficult, even when you know the rewards that will follow. Antonio is a licensed psychologist who has been providing psychological assessments and evidence-based treatment for children, teens, and adults, while also providing treatment for anxiety and mood conditions. Do you or a loved one has difficulty at school, work, or with relationships? Are you concerned about your child’s social development? Are you wondering if your child has ADHD or a learning disability? Are you concerned about changes with your parent’s memory or behavior? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then he can help.

Antonio have an experience of over fifteen years in psychological assessment, mental health and crisis intervention, which includes providing culturally competent services. He can assure you that with my educational background as well as related substantial experience, he can undeniably make a unique and meaningful contribution to your wellbeing. Antonio understands the professional approach and expertise required to promote behavioral change, and he can confidently state that you will benefit well from our services.

Veatriki Gavriella Kalantzopoulou

Veatriki Gavriella Kalantzopoulou is a licensed Greek Psychologist. She obtained her bachelor's degree from the European University of Cyprus and is c...

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Veatriki Gavriella Kalantzopoulou

Veatriki Gavriella Kalantzopoulou is a licensed Greek Psychologist. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from the European University of Cyprus and is currently completing her Master’s degree program in Clinical and Counseling Psychology by the University of Derby, focusing on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy approach, with a financial scholarship. Her undergraduate (Bsc) and postgraduate (Msc) dissertations revolve around Aviation Psychology, a field she’s deeply passionate about due to her previous experience as a cabin crew member in two European airlines.

During her studies, she interned at a private elementary school and has been an active volunteer psychologist, providing services on the national hotline for cancer patients and two other nonprofit organizations. Presently, she works at three specialized therapy centers in Greece, catering to children, adolescents, and adults. Additionally, she’s completing her Master’s degree internship at the Greek Company of Alzheimer and Relative Disorders in Chalkida.

Veatriki Gavriella actively engages in continuous learning through seminars to stay updated with the advancements in Psychology. She has also presented seminars and authored seven children’s books with psychological content, focusing on behavior, emotional intelligence, and phobias.

Passionate about the power of the mind in influencing mood, behavior, and physical well-being, she is inspired by the cognitive behavioral approach. Her professional traits include empathy, non-judgment, respectfulness, calmness, and effective communication. Her expertise encompasses various cases such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, PTSD, self-confidence issues, and diversity-related concerns.

Outside of her profession, Veatriki enjoys gardening, baking, writing, traveling, and spending time with loved ones. She’s dedicated to helping individuals discover, recover, and empower their best selves.”

Beth Schofield, CSW-A

Beth obtained her Master's Degree at Arizona State University and is working towards licensure as an LCSW. She has extensive experience as a substance...

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Beth Schofield, CSW-A

Beth obtained her Master’s Degree at Arizona State University and is working towards licensure as an LCSW. She has extensive experience as a substance abuse counselor working with individuals wanting to make positive changes to their lives and create a brighter future for themselves and their families. She has also worked in the prison system with inmates seeking to break the cycle of addiction and criminality, on an Emergency psychiatric assessment team within the local hospital emergency room, and in an inpatient behavioral health facility.

She also has extensive experience with group therapy facilitation, including CBT, ACT, MRT, and Recreational Therapy. She takes a trauma-informed and strength-based approach to therapy and believes that, given a nonjudgmental, safe, and therapeutic environment, everyone can heal. Empowering individuals to understand and identify negative patterns, problem-solve, and make positive changes in their lives is essential to moving forward.
Our experiences shape who we become, and accepting ourselves for who we are, regardless of our struggles, impacts our thoughts and behaviors. Showing resilience, adapting, and overcoming the obstacles life may place on our path are vital to moving

Tannia Ben Zur, MFT-A CA Therapist

Tannia is a Jewish Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who received her schooling and masters from Touro University Worldwide. Who have experience...

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Tannia Ben Zur, MFT-A CA Therapist

Tannia is a Jewish Associate Marriage and Family Therapist who received her schooling and masters from Touro University Worldwide. Who have experience working with a wide range of populations including young children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly. They are specialize in working with children and adolescents who struggle with issues such as self esteem, bullying, anxiety, past trauma, discrimination against diversity, and family issues. They enjoy using methods such as Cognitive Behavioral therapy, play therapy, faith based therapy, art therapy, meditation, and a wide range of other therapeutic models. They believed that we have the inner strength to overcome any challenge and obstacle that comes our way. She believes that working in partnership with a therapist can light the way to a path filled with hope, strength, joy, and change. Together you and them will start the journey to make a change that will bring out your inner light and see what your strong points and strengths are. Their mantra is growth through discovering yourself and embracing your creativity. Together we will create the strength and confidence to help you become the version of you that you want to be. Outside of work, they enjoy spending time with my husband, being out in nature, writing, dancing, partaking in religious gatherings, going out with family, and friends, and doing self-care. They are looking forward and so excited to start this journey with you and to help you reach your full potential! With that said it is time to light the way together!

Cecelia Shroyer

Cecelia Shroyer is currently an intern completing her master’s in clinical mental health at George Fox University. Cecelia is knowledgeable and expe...

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Cecelia Shroyer

Cecelia Shroyer is currently an intern completing her master’s in clinical mental health at George Fox University. Cecelia is knowledgeable and experienced in grief and loss, racial trauma, religious trauma, divorce, breakups and modern dating and singlehood. As an Asian American, she understands what it’s like to be a minority in a big city. She has worked with all ages including grieving children at the Dougy Center. She also has a BA in history from Lewis & Clark and historical context is always important in understanding our trauma.

Cecelia uses a person-centered approach which means you are ultimately the expert on your own life along with narrative therapy which helps you tell your story.

For hobbies, Cecelia enjoys live theatre, singing and playing the piano along with journaling and walking her dog.

Vanessa H. LMSW ( AZ) and CSW-A(OR)

Vanessa Hays, LMSW ( AZ) and CSW-A(OR), QMHP-R, received her master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University. Vanessa has over a decad...

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Vanessa H. LMSW ( AZ) and CSW-A(OR)

Vanessa Hays, LMSW ( AZ) and CSW-A(OR), QMHP-R, received her master’s degree in social work from Arizona State University.
Vanessa has over a decade of experience working with individuals facing adverse conditions.
Much of her professional work has focused on providing advocacy and support services to
youth in foster care who are working through trauma, grief, and loss. Additionally, she has held
roles within community organizations that bring awareness to substance misuse and
educational inequities. Her main passion is in serving individuals within low-income and BIPOC
communities. Vanessa works with clients from a trauma-informed, strength-based, and culturally sensitive
approach. Her therapeutic style is guided by Person-Centered Theory with methods from
Cognitive Behavioral, Mindfulness, and Solution-Focused Brief therapies. Vanessa believes in
supporting and validating clients while holding a safe space for them to serve as the narrator
and decision-makers of their own life. Building and nurturing a therapeutic alliance is essential to
her and she is always appreciative of the privilege to be part of her client’s journey towards
healing. Vanessa values adventure and new experiences. Her favorite things to do are travel, try out new restaurants/food, and visit theme parks. To decompress, she enjoys listening to music and
spending time at home with her daughter and dogs watching movies in bed.

Ian Keusink, BA, Mastered Level Student Intern

Human beings are incredibly resilient, and we can be even more so with the assistance of a trained counselor. Ian is a graduate student from Oregon S...

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Ian Keusink, BA, Mastered Level Student Intern

Human beings are incredibly resilient, and we can be even more so with the assistance of a trained counselor. Ian is a graduate student from Oregon State University’s clinical mental health program, and he is interning at Hopeful Minds in Newberg, Oregon to assist clients in their goals, whether those be related to trauma, anxiety disorders, or life transitions.

When we experience physical and emotional wounds in life, our minds can sometimes cruelly send another arrow and pierce us with feelings of guilt, shame, self-hate, and powerlessness. Ian takes a strength-based, client-centered approach when working with clients, drawing on aspects of solution-focused therapy, CBT, and ACT techniques.

Together, Ian will partner with you in addressing your goals and the obstacles that may be preventing you from reaching them, with the ultimate focus being personal growth into the human being you want to be. Whether the challenges you face are within you and/or come from external pressures, the goal is to form a collaborative partnership where you are free to show up however you are in the world, with whatever you bring into the relationship on any given day.