Lana Shotwell, LPC guides the community-based programs in the Portland Metro region. These programs include an outpatient program with therapists, prevention specialists and skills trainers in over 50 schools, a therapeutic school, and intensive outpatient/intensive community based treatment services (ICTS) program in the Portland Metro area. In the Mid-Willamette Valley region she oversees Wake Robin Day Treatment, a young adult transitional living program, intensive outpatient/intensive community based treatment services, and school-based outpatient services including prevention. These programs continue to grow at a substantial rate, providing excellent clinical care to children and families.
Ms. Shotwell has an over 15 year career with Trillium Family Services, starting as a skills trainer in the residential units and then moving to Waverly Children Home’s school based programs. When there was system-wide change to service provision in the state, Ms. Shotwell left her position as an outpatient therapist to start Trillium’s ICTS department and managed that from 2007 until 2011. In 2011 Ms. Shotwell returned to outpatient to manage the growing program in Clackamas Co. and then later all outpatient in the Portland area prior to moving into the role Vice President.
Ms. Shotwell is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon and received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology in 2004 from Pacific University.