Eileen Myers SUD
Eileen has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Psychology health and wellness and communications from Pacific University. After returning from studying at the Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara in Mexico she began working in social services with the Spanish language communities in ESL Migrant education, outreach and family services. Eileen has diverse experience working in community mental health Intensive case services and SUD in a variety of clinical settings including IOP, DUII services, DOJ prison therapy program, domestic violence and woman’s support/seeking safety and Family Drug court/DHS Addiction liaison specialist. Eileen has over 20 years’ experience in varies disciplines of social work, mental health and chemical dependency.
Individual & group SUD therapy and group processing with adults both English and Spanish.
Eileen works strongly with Motivational Interviewing and Strength Based approach. She is trained in Cognitive Behavioral, Moral Recognition Therapy and solution-focused with the belief that each individual has the ability to make positive changes in their lives when provided non-confrontational accountability, positive modeling and supportive encouragement. Eileen has the innate ability to establish a therapeutic collaborative atmosphere with her clients early on in the relationship to contribute to a more positive and healthier outcomes.
Eileen is a 4th generation Oregonian and heritage Spanish speaker. She has lived, studied and travel throughout Central and South American and brings a unique insight of this community as well as the Oregon community with her. She enjoys traveling, the outdoors and water sports.
Alcohol Use Issues, Depression, Substance use issues, Women’s Issues, Addictions, Immigration & Refugee, Latino Community, Domestic Violence, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Anger Management