Kevin Kebede-Berhanu LMFT
2005 University of Oregon, Bachelor of Science (Psychology)
2005-2007 Looking Glass Station 7, Lead relief counselor
2008 University of Oregon, Masters of Education (Couples and Family Therapy)
2008 Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, Suicide assessment and intervention
2009 Portland State University, Post-Graduate certification (Therapy for adoptive and foster families)
Previously provided services with Catholic Community Services as a Family Preservation Specialist and Trillium Family Services as a School-Based therapist
Individual, family, and couples
Parents, children, families and couples are constantly being asked to adapt to changes in their daily lives. This change is necessary for anyone to make it through the day and mostly integrated without much problem. However, there are times when we struggle to adapt or maybe don't know the best way to change. It is my belief that it is the job of a counselor to help rediscover your own strength and skill to create long lasting change. I work primarily from a family systems and approach, emphasizing the role of attachment figures (parents, partners and families) in recovery, while also incorporating collaborative problem solving, cognitive behavioral therapy, and solution-focused therapy.
I enjoy spending time with my family, friends and the dog. Other interests include, sports, cooking for friends, reading, Music, listening to podcasts and Crossfit.
0-5, 6-11, 12-14, 15-17, 18-64
Abuse, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Depression, Grief/Death, PTSD, Adoption, Parenting Issues