Costa Clinical Psychology, LLC 

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Teresa I. Costa, PsyD

Dr. Teresa I. Costa received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2008 specializing in the Ecosystemic Child under Dr. Kevin O'Connor, one of the founders of the Association for Play Therapy. She began working with children in 1986 in a preschool setting as she worked towards her Bachelor of Arts in Child Development. She then joined the University of Oregon campus where she completed her Masters in Early Childhood Special Education. After a number of years as a regional autism specialist she joined the civilian workforce of the United States Air Force as a Director of several Child Development Centers in Montana and California. Through the following years she gained experience with youth and adults involved in the criminal justice system, providing psychological services in a school devoted to children with special education needs and working with families helping them learn to advocate for their children's educational rights.
     She and her husband are both Veterans so helping the local Veteran population is also a passion. In November of 2015 Dr. Costa received specialized training in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) from the Veterans Administration. CPT is a proven treatment for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. 

Michael Huck, LCSW

Mr. Huck is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker residing in and practicing in the State of Oregon and licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers. He received his Masters of Clinical Social Work at Barry University, Miami Shores, Florida and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work at Pittsburg State University in Pittsburg, Kansas. He is skilled in providing individual, family and group counseling with adolescents and adults. Mr. Huck possess extensive clinical experience working with Alcohol and Drug Addiction, individual and group therapy. Currently in private practice he is specializing with veterans and adults with a variety of quality of life issues.

Cory Sullins, Psychology Practicum Student
Mr. Sullins is attending Walden University's College of Social and Behavioral Sciences where he is earning a PhD in Psychology Professional Services. He has  completed his coursework, curriculum, and upon completion of field work will become licensed.  He is interested in working with a variety of individuals that include adults, adolescents, couples, group, and the elderly.  I am being supervised by Dr. Costa during my internship and will have continual feedback and support for each client during this field experience.