Leta Huang, BS, QMHP
Leta is a student intern with a warm and empathic approach. She creates an environment that is both safe and growth oriented, supportive of risk-taking, and focused on fostering freedom and even joy. Leta appreciates the uniqueness of each individual. She works collaboratively with clients, guided by their personal values, to help them reach their goals.
In addition to her studies in Cognitive-Behavioral-Therapy approaches such as Exposure Response Prevention and mindfulness-based approaches such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Leta brings many years of experience as an educator. She has taught students of all ages in a wide range of fields, including piano students ages 5 to 90, high school math students, college biology students, English teachers in training, and music teachers engaged in continuing studies. Leta’s lifelong commitment to learning and growth undergirds her work as a therapist. She is currently completing her master’s degree in applied clinical psychology at Pacific University. She also serves as instructor of harpsichord in the music department at Reed College.
Leta enjoys exploring Portland’s wonderful food scene, spending time with friends, walking in the forest, and singing in a choir.
I believe in kindness. Also in mischief. Also in singing, especially when singing is not necessarily prescribed.”