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1358 Oak St. #1
Eugene, OR 97401
Lee Anne Wichmann, LMFT
2013 – Present
Eugene Solutions, LLC, DBA Solutions Therapy, Consulting and Training Family, couples, children and individual therapy; Consulting with the Department of Justice and Department of Human Services; Business Consulting; Training Therapists, Attorneys, Parents, Caseworkers and others who work with children and families. Topics include Professional Ethics, Attachment Interventions and Education, Testifying in Court, Advocacy for Children in Foster Care.
2012 - Present
Lee Anne Wichmann, Consulting, LLC: This is the same work being done under Solutions Therapy, Consulting and Training.
2010 - 2012
Eugene Therapy, Couples and Family Therapist
2006 - Present
Private Practice - Clinical Supervision, Eugene, OR: Provide clinical supervision for therapists seeking a license as LMFT or LPC in the State of Oregon.
1995 - 2012
Looking Glass Counseling Program, Eugene, OR, - Clinical Supervisor: Provide direct clinical and administrative supervision to master’s level and licensed therapists, and Graduate student interns from the University of Oregon Couples and Family Therapy Program. Provide testimony as an Expert Witness for the Department of Justice.
1993 - 2012
Looking Glass Counseling Program, Eugene, OR - Family Therapist: Therapy with families, couples, children and adults from a systemic theoretical orientation. Emphasis is placed on multi-systemic assessment and intervention. Extensive experience with sexual abuse, domestic violence, trauma, attachment and ADHD.
2004 - 2011
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR - Adjunct Instructor, Couples and Family Therapy Program: Instructor for courses including Existential and Spiritual Issues in Therapy, Child & Family Assessment & Interventions, Child and Adolescent Diagnosis, Advanced Practicum.
1992 - 1993
University of Oregon, Eugene, OR - Instructor/Faculty Fellow for Family Housing: Presented workshops and wrote newsletter articles relating to family issues. Created and facilitated support groups for single mothers.
1991 - 1992
Center for Children and Youth Services, Elyria, OH - Family Therapist: STOP Program, a comprehensive sexual abuse treatment program offering individual, family and group therapy to victims, non-offending parents and offenders. Facilitated treatment groups for victims and non-offending parents as well as providing individual and family therapy.
1989 - 1992
Private Practice, Oberlin, OH - Marriage and Family Therapist: Private practice working with families, couples and individuals
1988 - 1989
Pitt County Mental Health Center, Greenville, NC - Family Therapist: Multi-disciplinary team for mandated minority youth and families
Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA: Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy
University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI: Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
Approved Supervisor - American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
Clinical Member - American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy
Oregon Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #T0339
Student/Associate Board Representative for Ohio Division of AAMFT. Also created and edited the Division Newsletter, Communiqué
Looking Glass Counseling Program and Adolescent Recovery Program: “Ethics for Social Workers, Therapists and Counselors”
Looking Glass Counseling Program and Adolescent Recovery Program: “Legal and Ethical Considerations for Social Workers, Therapists and Counselors”
Looking Glass Counseling Program and Adolescent Recovery Program: “Testifying in Court”
American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy: “Secure Attachments: Therapy with Foster & Adopted Children and Families”
American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy: 30-hour course towards becoming an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. A two-hour experiential workshop highlighting interventions to work with children who have experienced attachment injuries.
National Wellness Conference (accepted to present): “Diverse Abilities, Infinite Possibilities: Defy Disability and Design Life” A six-hour interactive and experiential workshop for health care practitioners, highlighting: personal biases, myths and stigma attached to disabilities, including mental illness; personal strengths and stories of overcoming barriers and creating wellness; personal plans to create more wellness in personal and professional lives and settings.
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy National Conference: “Domestic Violence: Community Conversations and Collaboration” A five-hour workshop, in collaboration with the University of Oregon Couples and Family Therapy program, highlighting our many community collaborations for addressing the issue of domestic violence.
NASW Oregon Chapter State Conference: “It’s Not My Fault; Domestic Violence Groups for Children and Non-offending Parents” A 2.5 hour workshop highlighting the impact of domestic violence on children, and effective interventions for children and non-offending parents.
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy National Conference: “It’s Not My Fault; Domestic Violence Groups for Children and Non-offending Parents” A 2 hour workshop highlighting the impact of domestic violence on children, and effective interventions for children and non-offending parents.
Kid’s First Visitation Center Volunteer Training: Impact of domestic violence on children, and how this applies in a supervised visit setting.
Numerous presentations to schools, daycares, professionals and parents on topics including sexuality, sexual abuse, domestic violence, effective parenting, ADD/ADHD in children and adults.
American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy National Conference: “Makin’ the Changes: Functional Family Therapy”
Member of the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists
Member of the Trauma Healing Project Board of Directors, President
Member of the Arts Umbrella Board of Directors, Secretary and President
Lane County Domestic Violence Council
<p>Wichmann, L.A., Salisbury, S., Stotler, D.K., Murphy, S. & Stater, S. (2005). Domestic violence groups for children and non-offending parents. In Harris, Ivey & Bean (Eds.), A practice that works; Strategies to complement your stand alone therapy practice (pp. 133-144). New York: Routledge.</p>