Dr. Edward Ewe is a licensed professional counselor and a licensed mental health counselor in Oklahoma, Washington, and Oregon. He has provided counseling services to individuals and families in private and non-profit settings, and served as a site director for a community mental health clinic. Dr. Ewe completed his doctoral studies in counseling at Oregon State University. His dissertation topic was in regard to the professional identity development of counseling students. His research interests include professional identity development, gatekeeping, resiliency and trauma, grief and loss, and clinical supervision.
Dr. Melisa DeMeyer (she/her) was born and raised in the beautiful state of Montana. She obtained her bachelor of science and her master of science from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana. Dr. DeMeyer served as the lead clinical staff for a therapeutic day treatment program for youth (K-12 grades) and a therapeutic group home for youth (13-18 years-old) in Bozeman, Montana. She relocated to Pocatello, Idaho and obtained her Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Counselor Education and Counseling from Idaho State University. After graduating from ISU, she served as the department chair of an Integrative Mental Health program in Portland, Oregon. She joined the faculty at OSU-Cascades in the summer of 2019.