Professional Counselor, Intern
Montana believes that everyone has an individual story to tell. Therapy provides a judgment free place where individuals can share their stories and experiences and together work on existing circumstances as well as hopes for the future. She is a professional counselor intern in the state of Oregon.
Montana completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Portland State University. In the spring of 2024, she will be graduating from the University of Providence with a Master’s degree in clinical Mental Health Counseling. Her program has focused on multiculturalism, human growth and development through the lifespan, ethics in counseling, advanced counseling techniques, and psychopathology.
Montana’s theoretical model comes from a “multi-modal” stance of caring, creative, insightful, and dedicated psychotherapists that approaches mental health from a holistic perspective. She tends to optimize treatment by delivering different types of therapy together. Montana uses techniques from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical-Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Play Therapy.
Montana is supervised by Kelle DeBruin.