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Our Team


Brad Schultz, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist
Director of Operations

Dr. Brad Schultz, PsyD is the Director of Operations at Collective Care Clinic. He is an expert in the treatment of OCD and anxiety-related disorders using up-to-date evidence-based treatment modalities. Dr. Brad is passionate about helping clients facilitate opportunities for growth, understanding, and new perspectives by utilizing a blend of evidence-based treatments (E/RP, CBT, ACT).

He serves on the International OCD Foundation’s local affiliate board in Oregon, OCD Oregon. Dr. Brad earned his doctorate in clinical psychology (PsyD) from Pacific University in Hillsboro, OR, and completed his post-doctoral residency at Collective Care Clinic in Portland, OR. Dr. Brad is licensed in Oregon (#3591), Washington (PY61357253), and Hawaii (PSY-2145-0).

In his spare time, you can find Dr. Brad enjoying a variety of outdoor activities (hiking, mountain biking, and snow sports), spending time with his golden retriever, and cooking delicious meals with his partner.

Steffanie La Torre, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist
Director of Training

Dr. Steffanie La Torre, PsyD (Oregon License #3471), serves as the Director of Training at Collective Care Clinic. She earned her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology in Hillsboro, Oregon, with specialized training in multiculturalism and a particular focus on serving the Latine/Hispanic Spanish-speaking population. Additionally, she holds a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Alaska Anchorage and completed her post-doctoral residency at Collective Care Clinic in Portland, Oregon. Raised in Quito, Ecuador, Dr. La Torre is a fluent Spanish speaker and a bicultural therapist.

Dr. La Torre specializes in treating OCD, depression, anxiety, and related disorders. She adopts an integrative approach to therapy, drawing from evidence-based interventions to enhance individuals’ overall functioning. Committed to delivering exceptional care, Dr. La Torre fosters a collaborative, warm, safe, and accepting environment that empowers individuals to pursue meaningful lives.

Passionate about training and supervising master’s and doctoral students in psychology, Dr. La Torre derives immense fulfillment from mentoring developing therapists, sharing her expertise, and nurturing their professional growth.

Keegan Baurer, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor
Director of Clinical Services

Keegan Baurer is a Licensed Professional Counselor and the Director of Clinical Services at Collective Care Clinic. He holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychological Sciences from the Pacific University School of Graduate Psychology. He has several years of experience in treating OCD and anxiety-related disorders at the outpatient, intensive outpatient, and partial hospitalization levels of care. Keegan also serves as co-president of OCD Oregon, the local affiliate of the International OCD Foundation.

Keegan utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based practices to assist clients in creating meaningful change within their lives. His interpersonal style has been described by patients as warm, collaborative, and genuine. Keegan’s approach to therapy is to meet patients where they are at in their change process and provide them with the support needed to live in alignment with their goals and values.


Molly Goddard, DNP, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Dr. Molly Goddard, DNP, PMHNP-BC is a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner specializing in the psychiatric care of children, adolescents, and their families. Molly has a Doctorate in Nursing Practice, a Masters degree in both Psychiatric Nursing and Conflict Resolution, and holds undergraduate degrees in Nursing and Italian.

Molly provides psychotherapy and medication management two days a week and spends one day a week at Columbia County’s Child and Family Services Department offering medication management services. In addition, Molly is an Assistant Professor at OHSU School of Nursing for the PMHNP Program where she teaches the child and family related content. She finds her true passion lies in teaching future mental health providers with a goal of instilling in them a sense of respect and awe for the amazing resilience of the families they will see in practice.

In her free time, Molly enjoys traveling with her family and engaging her children in any possible activity that keeps them away from screens — currently she is attempting to pass on her love of tent camping to her children.

John Benson, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

John Benson, PMHNP
Are you struggling with irritability, anxiety, low mood, poor focus, substance use, or lack of motivation that is impairing your relationships, your career, or your overall quality of life? Have you perhaps tried therapy, but found that your problems persisted? Have you tried medications, but found that psychiatric appointments were too impersonal or that your concerns about possible side effects or worsening symptoms were met with indifference?

I believe primarily in a listening-oriented approach to care, as well as incorporating your preferences into our treatment plan as much as possible. I provide evidence-based mental health treatments, which may include medications, sleep pattern modifications, referral to talk therapy, and more.

In my free time, I enjoy traveling, watching movies, and spending time with my fiancée and our mischievous ten-pound poodle.


  • Master of Science, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner – Cizik School of Nursing, The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX
  • Psychiatric Nurse Residency Program – The Menninger Clinic, Houston, TX
  • Bachelor of Science, Nursing – The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Bachelor of Arts, History/Philosophy – The University of Pittsburgh School of Arts and Sciences, Pittsburgh, PA

Madeline Lehman, LPC

Extended Outpatient Manger

Madeline Lehman, Licensed Professional Counselor is our Extended Outpatient Program Manager. Madeline has been with Collective Care Clinic since 2020, first as a student in Pacific University’s masters program and then full time-employee. Her specialty is helping folks who suffer from OCD, no matter what that may look like– excessive hand washing, out of control ruminating, graphic or inappropriate intrusive thoughts, chasing that “just right” feeling, or worries about relationships, sexuality, religion, or morality. Madeline is passionate about exposure and response prevention therapy and is well versed in using it to treat other anxiety disorders too, such as panic, social anxiety, and phobias. Outside of work Madeline enjoys golfing, camping, watching TV, and playing video games. She has two very spoiled doodles named Archer and Oso that love attention and saying hi to patients.

Preston Turner, LPC

Adolescent Program Coordinator

Jodie Boettcher, BA, QMHA-R

Authorization Specialist / Skills Trainer

Eli Martinez, MA, QMHP-R

Staff Therapist

Eli (pronounced: “EH-LEE’) Martinez, QMHP is a staff therapist at Collective Care Clinic. She works to help clients through utilizing evidence-based interventions (ACT, CBT, ERP) to target OCD and anxiety-related disorders. She received her master’s degree at George Fox University and completed her internship at Collective Care Clinic. Eli is Mexican American and is passionate about working with other persons of color, where she finds it important to emphasize your personal experience and culture as a part of therapy. In her spare time, you can find Eli outdoors roller-skating, reading fantasy books, and cuddling with her Siamese cat.

Victoria Kim, MA, QMHP-R

Staff Therapist

Victoria Kim, QMHP is a staff therapist at Collective Care Clinic. She specializes in the treatment of OCD and anxiety-related disorders using evidence-based treatment practices (CBT, ACT, and ERP). Victoria offers a warm, empathic space for adolescents and adults to navigate concerns related to OCD, anxiety, and depression, and facilitate changes that lead to a more meaningful life.

She earned her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling (MA) from George Fox university in Portland, OR, and completed her practicum/internship at Collective Care Clinic. Victoria grew up in Portland, OR and enjoys traveling, kayaking, exploring new cuisines, reading psychological thrillers, and spending time with her husband and daughter.

Daryn McDermid, MA, QMHP-R


Dawn Thaxton

Clinic Business Manager

Cici Thacker

Administrative Assistant

Victoria BayBay

Administrative Assistant

Yvonne Kimball

Administrative Assistant


Jill Davidson, PsyD

Licensed Psychologist

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