Janette Stringer, LCSW

Janette Stringer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Clinical Psychology doctoral student at Fielding Graduate University. She earned a Bachelor's of Science in Applied Psychology from OIT and a Master's of Social Work from Portland State University. She has been trained in behavioral, psychodynamic, and humanistic therapies.

Janette currently specializes in working with dissociative and trauma/stressor related disorders and clinical supervision. She has also provided individual, family, and group therapy for hearing impaired individuals and those with disabilities; elementary, middle school, high school, and college students; veterans and military families; and hospice and cancer patients and their families and support systems from the ages of four to 108.

Janette's experience includes work in supervision, leadership, teaching, mentorship, individual and group therapy, crisis counseling, end of life counseling, and supportive services delivery within public school systems and universities, medical clinics, hospice agencies, cancer treatment centers, and mental health agencies. Her past clinical work focused on advanced and terminal illness; trauma and stressor related disorders; transgender issues; and grief and loss.

Janette has volunteered her time as a guest lecturer at Oregon Institute of Technology and Portland State University, a Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy raiser, trainer, and group leader, a Cub Scout leader, a TRiO tutor for college students with disabilities (in all Psychology and Communication classes, Speech 111 and 327, Writing 121-327, and Statistics 243 and 361), and a volleyball and basketball coach for young women in NC, WA, and OR.