Jason Wallis Professional Counselor Associate
School of Education and Counseling. Jason has a Master of Arts in professional Mental Health Counseling from Lewis & Clark Graduate School. Prior to working as a therapist, he worked for many years as a case manager for people with developmental disabilities and for people with persistent mental health challenges. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Hispanic Literature, as well as a Master of Arts in Latin American Studies. He is working under the supervision of Heather Mirasol, LPC.
Individual Therapy, Group Therapy
In his free time, Jason enjoys spending time with his sons and with his partner, hiking and cycling, creating and playing music, and going to new places in Oregon.
15-17, 18-64, 65+
Bipolar Disorder , Depression, Parenting Issues, Men's Issues, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Couples Therapy, Immigration & Refugee, Latino Community, LGBTQ+, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, ADHD
Jason Wallis is a mental health therapist with more than two years of experience specializing in depression, anxiety, panic disorder, and stage of life transitions. He provides counseling to individuals of 18 years and older. Jason has experience in person-centered, strength-based counseling, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy), and mindfulness practices. His approach to working with people incorporates a blend of those and other treatment approaches. Jason views therapy as a journey together and tries to provide a safe and welcoming space in which to explore challenges and build resilience. He is bilingual and enjoys speaking in Spanish and is able to provide counseling to Spanish speakers. Jason has a Master of Arts in Professional Mental Health Counseling from Lewis & Clark Graduate