Rebecca Marcin, Psy.D., Licensed Psychologist, received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in child and family practice from Pacific University here in Oregon. She is originally from Texas, completed her undergraduate degree in Massachusetts, and has been in the Pacific Northwest since 2006. Prior to joining the Children’s Program in 2015, Dr. Marcin worked within crisis-care shelter, residential, school, and other outpatient mental health settings. She enjoys working with children and families from a wide range of ages and backgrounds, but has a particular interest in working with adolescents struggling with anxiety and depression and with youth within the foster care system. Her other areas of interest include: psychological assessment, trauma, grief and loss, emotional dysregulation, and adjustment/life transition challenges. In addition to providing therapy and assessment services to our private clients/families, Dr. Marcin is also the clinical lead of our child welfare assessment program team that conducts psychological evaluations for children in child welfare custody to aid in the treatment and permanency planning process. Dr. Marcin practices within a behavioral/cognitive-behavioral framework and believes in the importance of involving a youth’s entire system to help make effective and lasting change.
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