Allies in Change offers individual, couples, and group counseling for people struggling with a variety of issues, including anger, depression, stress, anxiety, PTSD, domestic violence, significant life transitions, as well as many other issues. We offer a variety of men's and women's groups designed to help people have more successful relationships.
While we have a sub-specialty in domestic violence and anger management, we are a full service counseling organization with a variety of different therapists that specializes in a variety of different therapies.
Our Individual & Couples Theraphists.
Chris Huffine, Psy.D., licensed psychologist, is the Executive Director of Allies in Change. He offers individual and couples counseling with adults on a variety of issues including mood disorders, stress management, relationship/intimacy issues, and addictions. Chris is also a facilitator in three of our counseling groups. During his career he has worked with over a thousand abusive men and hundreds of female and male victims of abuse. He is an adjunct faculty member at Portland State University where he teaches an anger management class and speaks on domestic violence. He also offers a graduate level class on domestic violence at Pacific University. He regularly speaks publicly and offers trainings on a variety of issue related to domestic violence. He is a member of the advisory group to the state attorney general to monitor standards for batterer intervention programs.
We have nearly twenty clinical staff members who facilitate our groups. They are highly skilled, well-trained, and deeply dedicated to their work. Many are licensed mental health professionals and most have over five years' experience running groups. All receive on-going supervision to continually improve their facilitation skills.