Center for Integrated Intervention began in 2013 as a vehicle for forensic assessment and treatment program consultation. The Integrated Intervention model is a team effort by Cassandra and Wilson Kenney, developed when they were acting as Clinical Directors for separate treatment programs and working to avoid the “centipede problem” (too many legs/evidence based treatments and nobody knows how to use them) that can too often occur in settings with the best of intentions. Utilizing their diverse backgrounds in forensic work and systemic family therapy, they developed a way to think about evidence based intervention that could assess and treat clients where they were at, whether in a period of stabilization and external motivation, or growth and insight.
Since this time, Center for Integrated Intervention has continued to expand in knowledge, staff and services, but always with an eye toward context and simplicity.
Wilson received his doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Utah. Wilson has experience in multiple treatment settings, including as a school psychologist, and he served as Clinical Director for a residential, outpatient, and proctor care treatment facility in Salem, OR prior to making the decision to focus solely on CII. Wilson's areas of specialization include personality disorder, sexual misconduct, threat assessment and forensic assessment. Wilson is certified as a Forensic Evaluator, and he currently serves on the Review Panel for Forensic Evaluators.
Wilson Kenney Ph.D firstname.lastname@example.org (971) 258 7993
Cassandra is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and licensed school administrator who received her graduate degree from the University of Oregon. She has worked in a variety of settings including residential, outpatient, and school based and currently acts as the Clinical Director and School Administrator for a day treatment program. Her areas of specialization include systemic family therapy, behavioral intervention, collaborative approaches, clinical supervision, special education, and district threat response/sexual incident response teams. Cassandra is currently pursuing her doctoral degree in Educational Leadership.
Cassandra Kenney LMFT email@example.com (503) 438 6518
Delaney received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University. As a member of the forensic track of her doctoral program, the majority of her training and experience has been within the forensic field, in both state hospital and private practice settings in Oregon and Wisconsin. Delaney's areas of interest include risk assessment, competency to stand trial, and sexual misconduct concerns in adolescents and adults. Outside of work, she enjoys competitive swimming, cooking, and rooting for the Timbers.
Delaney Banas Psy.D firstname.lastname@example.org (971) 770 9522