Head & Heart Therapy provides quality and culturally responsive mental health and addiction services, in addition to offering training and supervision to mental health professionals.
Sarah Dobey LPC, MAC, ACS
Clinical Director, CEO
Sarah Dobey has worked in the field of mental health and addictions for over ten years, holding a variety of positions such as Clinical Director of the Integrative Trauma Treatment Center, and Women's Program Coordinator at Cedar Hills Hospital. In addition, she is a national speaker, passionate about the theme of Trauma Informed Care, among other things. She enjoys reading, yoga, and spending time with her three hairless creatures.
***Please note that she is not accepting new clients at this time.
Bachelor of Arts degree in Individualized Studies: Art Therapy and American Sign Language from the State University of New York College at Buffalo
Master of Arts in Art Therapy Counseling from Marylhurst University
Interested in knowing more about my clinical background? Feel free to look at my detailed CV.
"Sarah is reliable, dependable, creative, very hard working, and determined each day to do an excellent job. She loves what she does. Her ability to work with others is exceptional. She is a rare talent who is organized and structured yet can adjust her style to engage clients."
- Greg Crosby, MA, LPC, FAGPA
Sabrina Arnold is a Mental Health Counseling Master’s Student studying at Bellevue University, graduating this fall. In the past, she has worked at an emergency shelter for homeless and runaway youth, where she helped promote a sense of safety and independence. Prior to that experience she volunteered at Lines for Life, responding to calls from those in crisis.
When working with her clients, her approach is inclusive, client-centered, and based in cognitive behavioral therapy. In other words, she strives to create a safe space to explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, helping others look at how those patterns show up. She looks to empower those who seek out counseling.
In her spare time Sabrina enjoys reading fantasy books, watching B movies, and playing tabletop games, among other things.
Please note that Sabrina specializes in working with teens ages twelve and up. She also has specialized training in working with individuals who might be transgender and non-binary.
On site from Sunday through Thursday 10am to 6:30pm
***Please note that Sabrina Arnold is not accepting new clients at this time.
Marissa Cano has worked in various mental health settings and with diverse populations. She has experience providing community-based child and family therapy for those with acute mental health needs. She has worked with children and teens with eating disorders in a partial hospitalizing setting where she conducted individual, group, and animal assisted therapy. She also has experience treating adults in outpatient therapy.
Accessibility of mental health is important and Marissa strives to make therapy approachable. She prioritizes building a relationship with clients and meeting them where there are at. She works from a trauma informed, system focused, and developmental approach. Marissa specializes in working with the BIPOC community. She was given the National Board of Certified Counselors’ Minority Fellowship award. Through that fellowship, Marissa received extensive training on working with the BIPOC and other minoritized populations.
Outside of the therapy room, you will find Marissa trying out new DIY projects, exploring nature, and
Licensed Professional Counselor Intern- under the supervision of Sarah Dobey, LPC
Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)
Trained in EMDR (part 1 & II of the EMDR International Association approved training)
Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Portland State University (MS)
Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from University of New Mexico
On Site From
Monday through Friday 10am to 6:30pm
Sid the Xolo
Sid will be turning four this upcoming August and he loves children, animals, people, and leaves that blow in the wind.
You might be wondering why he looks a bit different. That is because he is called a Xoloitcuintli (pronounced "show-low-eats-queen-tlee), a breed that is hairless. This particular breed is actually one of the worlds oldest dog breeds. Historically Xolo's played an important role as they were seen as guardians/protectors and were also considered to be healers. This is part of why I think Sid is so special.
Sid is a therapy pup in training, working toward his Canine Good Citizen Award. He has completed his Good Puppy and Great Puppy training at WonderPuppy, and has also completed the Canine Good Citizen Prep Class, offered at the Oregon Humane Society. Please know that Sid is still working on his manners and he can be aloof with new people. Please let him smell you before going to pet him.
Sid tends to be at the office of Head & Heart Therapy most days. If for any reason you would prefer that he is not there, please just let us know.