Our Team

Kerri Hanlon

kerriKerri Hanlon grew up in beautiful Bend and attended Mountain View High School.
She continued her education in Portland, Oregon with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Portland State University. She then went on to receive a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Addiction Studies from Lewis and Clark College. She spent a few years working in Salem in Community Mental Health before switching directions to the private sector in out patient drug and alcohol programs in the Portland area. Kerri then made the decision to move back home to Bend and in 2007 started her private counseling practice, East Cascade Counseling Services. Kerri had the goal of bringing together an eclectic, dynamic group of therapists to create a Wellness Center environment – offering the very best  therapeutic services to her home community.

Kerri is very excited to be offering services in the private practice setting. She brings a great deal of enthusiasm and passion to her work with adolescents, adults and families. Through her experience she has gained a unique way of being able to connect with clients and has a genuine capacity to assist individuals in seeking changes in their lives.

Kerri is licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapist (LPC) and certified by the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon (CADC III) as well as the National Association of Drug Abuse Counselors (MAC).

Emily Wainscoat

emilyEmily Wainscoat has made a home in Central Oregon for the past 18 years, trading the beautiful beaches of Santa Cruz for her love of Central Oregon’s mountains and lakes. Emily holds a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from The University of Oregon and a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Oregon State University. She takes an integrative strengths-based approach to counseling incorporating experiential therapies, mindfulness, psychological education, dialectic behavioral therapy and eye-movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR). EMDR has been successful in helping people who suffer from trauma, anxiety, panic, disturbing memories, posttraumatic stress and many other emotional problems. This therapeutic model provides individuals with the opportunity to relieve current self-defeating patterns by resolving certain negative experiences of the past.

Emily feels fiercely about relationships and appreciates them individually and collectively. Relationships are unique in how they influence emotion, understanding, connection and meaning in individuals’ lives. She believes people have the capacity to overcome their difficulties and an underlining desire to be valued, understood and loved. Emily explores how connection and worth has played a role in her clients’ lives and how these have shaped who they have become and who they strive to be. Her role is to facilitate self-exploration, expand self-awareness and provide the support desired to move forward.

Emily is licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapist (LPC) and is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) emily@eastcascadecounseling.com

Brennon Moore


Brennon Moore is an Oregon native who grew up visiting Bend long before deciding to call Central Oregon home. He has a Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Southern Oregon University, including a year of study in the Applied Psychology department at University of Cork in Ireland. He went on to complete two years of post-graduate work in Clinical Psychology at Antioch University Seattle and he completed his Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University in Minneapolis. Brennon’s experience in the field began over a decade ago while working with youth in the Middle-East. For the last six years he has worked at The Refuge, a nationally renowned trauma resolution and addiction treatment program where he started a group focused on childhood sexual abuse and addiction. Brennon leads trauma healing workshops nationwide, educates and trains therapists across the country, and is a published author. Brennon is excited to be part of this amazing team and to refocus his attention on doing individual clinical counseling.

Brennon believes in the connection between client and therapist, and the process that occurs. He wants to hear each clients story and help them unravel it, however he believes that healing goes beyond talking and that taking action is essential. Brennon’s goal is to be the guide that will walk with his clients through the darkness that has been defining their lives for far too long. He utilizes techniques such as EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, Brain Spotting, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and mindfulness based approaches as tools to empower his clients.

Brennon is licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapist (LPC) and certified by the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon (CADC II) and is a Nationally Certified Trauma Therapist (CTT). brennon@eastcascadecounseling.com

Patrick Devlin


We are pleased to announce Patrick Devlin will be joining our team in December 2017. Patrick is originally from Texas growing up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona. He made his way to the therapeutic and counseling field through his own journey as an at-risk young person and has been clean and sober for over 10 years. He moved to Central Oregon in 2008 to begin his career at a wilderness therapy program at which he worked for over 3 years. During this time he was able to develop an understanding of the power of the natural world to restore wholeness to people at a holistic level. He completed his Master’s Degree in Social Work at Portland State University. Since that time he has worked at a family relief nursery, a non-profit with developmentally disabled adults, a secure mental health facility with adults with severe mental illness, and served as the Program Director & Primary Therapist at a young adult transitional living program in Southern Oregon for just under 5 years. He has extensive experience in working clinically with individuals and families in dynamic settings.

Patrick believes in the remarkable capacity of people to make change, recover, and heal. He employs an authentic approach and utilizes the therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for healing. He specializes in working with adolescents, adults, and families that have encountered addiction, trauma, mood disorders, or family difficulty. He has training in somatic psychology and incorporates Somatic Experiencing techniques into resolving trauma. He also incorporates mindfulness-based psychology, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Interpersonal Neurobiology, and Depth Psychology into his work with individuals and families. Patrick is passionate about wilderness-based rites of passage experiences for adolescents and adults and received his training at the School of Lost Borders. He guides Vision Fasts and other Rites of Passage experiences for youth.

Patrick is licensed as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) through the Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers. He is also a Level II Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC II) through the Addiction Counselor Certification Board of Oregon (ACCBO).

Eveline Briedwell


Eveline Briedwell moved to Bend a couple years ago to retire, but missed working with people. Eveline holds a Masters Degree in Clinical Social Work from Portland State University. Eveline’s Psychotherapy experience comes from twenty plus years as an Outpatient Behavioral Health Psychotherapist at Providence Portland Behavioral Health Services. Her experience includes working with chemical dependency concerns, co-occurring disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, past trauma affecting the present, relationship struggles with self and others, concerns related to getting older. Eveline has 8 years of training and experience in Dialectical Behavior Therapy , which she adheres to when working with clients.

Eveline is committed to supporting and encouraging those who seek therapy to accept themselves non-judgmentally, to live mindfully in the moment, to learn and master coping skills that can improve the quality of their lives. She practices compassion, persistence, patience and she has faith that we as human beings are capable of working towards goals that we set for ourselves, in the hope of experiencing a life worth living.

Eveline practices what she teaches, so she knows that it works! Eveline specializes in senior care and is a Medicare provider. To schedule an appointment with Eveline Briewell call 541-213-6056

Peter Allen


Peter Allen grew up in Richmond, Virginia, although he has called Oregon home for more than half of his life. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Oregon. He then went to graduate school at Oregon State University and received a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. He has worked in a variety of therapeutic and educational settings. He spent several years working in wilderness therapy and in residential settings with at-risk adolescents and young adults. He also worked in a secure psychiatric facility working with residents who present with severe and persistent mental illnesses. In addition to his private practice, Peter continues to work with young adults as the Program Director of a local transitional living program for young adults.

Peter values being a powerful advocate and ally for his clients, and believes in the power of interpersonal relationships to help people heal and grow. He believes that people have the inherent strengths and abilities to improve their lives and maintain health and balance despite the challenges they encounter. He specializes in mood disorders, addictions, relationships, family therapy, and group therapy. His work utilizes a person-centered approach that incorporates mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), existential therapy, and Adlerian Therapy. His articles on counseling and therapy have appeared in Counseling Today, the online publication of the American Counseling Association.

Peter is licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (LPC).

Kylie Frideres


Kylie Frideres moved to Bend in 2017 after many years of visiting and admiring the scenery, culture, and climate of Central Oregon. She has a Masters Degree in Marriage, Couple, and Family Counseling from George Fox University and Bachelors Degrees in Psychology and Latin American Studies from Seattle Pacific University. Kylie has provided mental health services in a variety of settings and has experience providing counseling to individuals, couples, families, and groups from childhood through adulthood. Her interests and clinical at this time include women’s health, holistic health and wellness, overcoming anxiety, trauma recovery, empowerment and identity, and relational topics such as communication and parenting skills building.

Understanding how families and other systems work, especially how the relationships in our lives impact our health and functioning, is a central component of Kylie’s approach to counseling, both with families and with individuals. Kylie also draws from attachment theory, person centered methods, cognitive behavioral techniques, solution focused brief therapy, motivational techniques, and mindfulness practice as indicated by the needs and preferences of each individual.

It is a firm tenant of Kylie’s philosophy that each person has unique strengths, and that working together we can identify and develop these strengths to achieve their personal vision for wellness. Her practice emphasizes sharing of information, based on the belief that many people can make dramatic changes in their lives when empowered with education about symptoms, resources, and strategies for wellness. Kylie’s focus in counseling includes not only healing from past and current problems, but also appreciating and promoting wholeness and wellness across the lifespan.

Kylie is licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (LPC) as well as licensed by the Washington State Department of Health as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC); she is a current member of the American Counseling Association.

Marci Tucker Billing Services

Marci Tucker brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in working with insurance and billing.  Prior to beginning services with East Cascade Counseling Services Marci is available prior to your beginning services with East Cascade Counseling Services, to check benefits and assist you in understanding your specific health insurance coverage. If you have questions about your insurance, benefits or a statements from us at any point, please call Marci directly at 541-420-4460, or email her, marci@eastcascadecounseling.com.

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East Cascade Counseling Services LLC
731 NW Franklin, Suite #107
Bend, OR 97703

Kerri Hanlon, MA, LPC, CADC III, MAC