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Meet Your Instructors
Portland Psychotherapy is proud to boast instructors that are not only all experienced clinicians, but also some of the top researchers in the advancement of modern psychotherapy.
Jason Luoma, Ph.D
Jason is a trainer on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy who has written two popular books on the topic. He is also a researcher that focuses on shame, self-stigma, connection, and the application of ACT and psychedelic-assisted therapy as an intervention shame and increasing self-compassion.
Jenna LeJeune, Ph.D
Jenna is a clinical psychologist who is deeply interested in issues of meaning, purpose, and values. She has written a popular book called Values in Therapy and specializes in using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) - clinically, in writing, and in the training she provides.
Brian Pilecki, Ph.D
Brian is a clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and psychedelic assisted therapy and and harm reduction. His work is based in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and mindfulness. He is an active researcher who has studied anxiety disorders, mindfulness, and psychedelics. Psychedelics.
About Our Courses
Every course we offer is personally curated by the foremost researchers on the topic.
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Our Topic Specialties
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, or “ACT", is an evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy and has garnered significant empirical support for treating a wide variety of psychological problems. ACT emphasizes such processes as mindfulness, acceptance, and values in helping clients overcome obstacles to living well.
A basic assumption of ACT is that suffering is a normal and unavoidable part of human experience and that it is actually people’s attempts to control or avoid their own painful experiences that lead to much long-term suffering.
Therapy & Research in Psychedelic Science
Therapy & Research in Psychedelic Science, or "TRIPS", is an online seminar series that hosts speakers discussing science-informed presentations and discussions about psychedelics to educate healthcare professionals.
This series was created to guide healthcare providers and students preparing to be professionals towards the most relevant, pragmatic, and essential information about psychedelic-assisted therapy, changing legal statuses, and harm reduction approaches in order to better serve clients and communities.