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Clinic Staff

Crystal Dehle, Ph.D. (currently on sabbatical)
Clinic Director

Dr. Dehle is a licensed psychologist (Oregon #1840), the Director of the UO Psychology Clinic, and a clinical professor at the University of Oregon. She has more than a decade of experience training and supervising therapists in individual psychotherapy for depression and anxiety using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Behavioral Activation. She specializes in evidence-based interventions for couples and has over 20 years of experience treating couples and training couple therapists.

 

Ruth Ellingsen, Ph.D.
Acting Clinic Director, Supervisor

Dr. Ellingsen is a licensed psychologist (Oregon #2946), the Acting Clinic Director of the UO Psychology Clinic, and a clinical assistant professor at the University of Oregon. Dr. Ellingsen completed her Ph.D. and postdoctoral training at UCLA. She has specialized training in treating OCD, and is also skilled in the use of evidence-based interventions for anxiety, depression, and trauma in children, teens, and adults.

 

Maureen Zalewski, Ph.D.
Supervisor

Dr. Zalewski is a licensed psychologist (Oregon #2650) and an Associate Professor at the University of Oregon. Dr. Zalewski trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy for 2 years with Marsha Linehan, Ph.D., the treatment developer.

 

Melynda Casement, Ph.D.
Supervisor

Dr. Casement is a licensed psychologist and an Assistant Professor at the University of Oregon.  Dr. Casement has specialized training in treatment sleep problems and disorders, and is also skilled in the use of evidence-based treatments for depression, anxiety, and trauma in adults.

 

Christina Gamache Martin, Ph.D.
Supervisor

Dr. Gamache Martin is a licensed psychologist and Postdoctoral Scholar at the University of Oregon. Dr. Gamache Martin has specialized training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and supervises our DBT skills groups.

 

Alexis Adams-Clark, M.S.
Clinic Assistant

Alexis is a clinical psychology doctoral student at the University of Oregon and a student therapist in the UO Psychology Clinic. In her role as Clinic Assistant, Alexis facilitates many aspects of the intake process, including initial phone screens with prospective clients. She also assists with various clinic procedures.