Issues and Innovations in Clinical Practice - Faculty
Gregory A. Crosby, MA, LPC, CGP, is a clinical group coordinator for Kaiser Permanente's northwest region. He has a national consulting and training practice in group therapy. Mr. Crosby is on the National Board of Certified Group Psychotherapists and is an adjunct faculty member at Lewis & Clark College graduate school in counseling psychology, Portland State University in continuing professional education, and Marylhurst University in humanities.
Judith Kay Nelson, MSW, PhD, teaches attachment and neurobiology at The Sanville Institute for Clinical Social Work and at Smith College School for Social Work. She lectures widely on attachment, crying, and grief, is the author of Seeing through tears: Crying and attachment, numerous articles on crying and grief, and co-editor of Adult attachment in Clinical Social Work.
Douglas Querin, JD, MA is a former trial attorney with over 25 years experience in civil litigation. He currently works as an attorney-counselor with the Oregon Attorney Assistance Program of the Oregon State Bar and as adjunct professor with the graduate department of counseling at George Fox University. He received his JD from the University of Oregon School of Law and his MA in counseling from George Fox University. He currently serves on the Board of the Oregon Counseling Association and is chair of the association’s ethics committee. He is a member of the ethics committee of the Addiction Counseling Certification Board of Oregon (ACCBO). Mr. Querin has presented at various seminars and conferences on mental health, counseling, and ethics related topics, including at Portland State University, George Fox University, and William Temple House Counseling Department, as well as for the Oregon State Bar/Professional Liability Fund.
Dawn Williamson, MSW, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in the treatment of abuse and trauma. She received her MSW from PSU in 1991. Ms. Williamson has a small rural private practice in Yamhill County, Oregon. Her clinical work addresses the effects of abuse and trauma with a diverse clientele of various ages and stages in life. She is a Registered Play Therapist - Supervisor, involved in training and supervising clinicians in the field of play therapy. She is also the Associate Director of the Linfield College Counseling Center in McMinnville, Oregon where she also teaches several courses. Dawn teaches as an adjunct for PSU School of Social Work in both the BSW program and the MSW program. She holds postgraduate certificates in both the area of abuse and trauma as well as therapy with adoptive families.