Muriel McLachlan, M.Ed., C.A.S., is a psychotherapist who holds a master’s degree in Risk and Prevention/Mental Health Counseling from Harvard University. She has worked with young children and families in hospital, clinic, school, and community mental health settings. Her theoretical orientation is psychodynamic and she integrates cognitive-behavioral methods and mindfulness strategies into her work. Muriel has specialized training in nondirective play therapy, collaborative problem solving, internal family systems therapy, and psychodynamic psychotherapy with preadolescent children and adults. She works with families of young children on a range of issues including anxiety, depression, adjustment difficulties, and emotional dysregulation. She also enjoys working with the Incredible Years parent and child groups at the Children’s Program. Muriel is working towards licensure as an LPC, a registered intern with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists.
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