dr-stacy-sharletSince 1998 I have been living and working in Bend, Oregon and more recently Portland as well.  I have my MA in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in somatic psychology specializing in Marriage and Family Therapy. My primary focus is in counseling, which includes couples, individuals and groups.  I am also a licensed chiropractor specializing in nutrition and metabolism which gives me the ability to make nutritional interventions when necessary or desired.

My approach to counseling is holistic. I work with couples, individuals and groups and treat the following:

  • infidelity
  • betrayal
  • illness
  • chronic pain
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • relationship issues
  • low self esteem
  • life changes
  • trauma
    • developmental
    • acute
  • behavioral issues
  • personal growth

My treatment may include some of or all of the following modalities:

  • Somatically oriented counseling
  • Group therapy
  • Individual counseling
  • Couples counseling
  • In the case of illness
    • Blood work/metabolic intervention
    • Dietary analysis
    • Nutritional/biomedical intervention
    • Psychological interface with medical issues
  • Character analysis
  • Biophysical intervention
  • Chiropractic adjusting, low force

Training and Education

  • 1998 Doctor of Chiropractic, Logan College of Chiropractic
  • 1998 Chiropractic license in Oregon
  • 1998 Certification in Applied Kinesiology
  • 1998-present, Training with Body Bio, Dr Patricia Kane and Ed Kane
  • 2010 BS from Logan University in Life Science
  • 2012 MA in Marriage and Family Therapy with a specialization in Somatic Psychology, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
  • 2009-present Orgonomic Institute of Northern California with Dr Patricia Frisch PhD
  • 2010- present Orgonomic Training with Daniel Schiff PhD and Mitch Singer LMHC
  • 2017 certified Orgonomist