Clinical Supervision - Faculty
Lisa Aasheim, PhD, NCC, ACS, is an assistant professor at Portland State University and specializes in clinical supervision and couples and family counseling. She is the director of the community counseling clinic at Portland State and is the coordinator of the school counseling specialty track. Dr. Aasheim is currently involved in several research projects involving clinical supervision and enjoys collaborative research with several leaders in the clinical supervision field. Dr. Aasheim has authored several articles and textbook chapters about supervision, counselor education and development, motivational interviewing, and the therapeutic alliance.
Matt Modrcin, PhD, is an associate professor of social work at Portland State University’s School of Social Work. He has over 30 years of professional experience in a variety of settings. He is a member of the American Family Therapy Academy and has presented nationally on a variety of topics, including couples and family therapy, clinical supervision, self-care, group therapy, and the use of self in clinical practice. He serves as a consultant on issues in supervision and group process to various organizations. He maintains a private practice in the Portland community, specializing in working with couples and men.
Julie Rosenzweig, PhD, LCSW, is a professor of Social Work at PSU where she teaches courses on clinical practice and trauma and is the director of the PhD program. Dr. Rosenzweig presents locally and nationally on brain development/neurobiology, trauma, tech-stress, and attachment theory. As a clinician she provides psychotherapy, training, consultation and supervision.
Susan Sisko is an LPC with years of experience in community mental health and supervision, and is currently the outpatient mental health clinical supervisor for Hood River County. Susan has a private practice that includes supervising registered interns for licensure and is an adjunct instructor at Portland State University. Susan holds master's and post-graduate degrees in psychology and is currently completing her PhD at Oregon State University with research emphasis in clinical supervision.
Susie Snyder, LCSW, is an assistant professor at the Graduate School of Social Work at Portland State University. She also maintains an active private practice providing counseling, supervision, agency consultation, and training. She has a background in community mental health and in school-based social work, and currently works with children, adults, couples, and families. Susie has provided workshops throughout th United States in a range of topics including clinical supervision, narrative therapy, play therapy, working with parents and families, solution-focused therapy, advanced empathy, and integrative approaches to working with trauma.
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.