Casey Peddicord LPC, CFRC

Casey Peddicord LPC, CFRC (She/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor


I am a Military spouse, a parent, an artist and a Recovery Alcoholic. The reason I went back to graduate school after 26 years in a different career, and pursued a Masters in Counseling was so I could help share insights and coping skills I have learned throughout my life.

Client Status

accepting clients



Three Town Center

10121SE Sunnyside Rd Suite 300

Clackamas, 97015

At a Glance


Rate: $75

Provides free initial consultation

Provides telehealth services

Practicing Since: 2014

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Relationship

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket

My Background and Approach

I respect and highly value each individual's innate ability to heal themselves. Through a therapeutic relationship based in empathy, patience and creativity, and a client's willingness to trust in change, clients can realize or rediscover the strength and ability to heal themselves. Some of the work I have found most rewarding is working with clients in recovery and life transitions. I offer clients many different ways to express themselves. In addition to 'talk therapy', I facilitate interactive sessions that can include music, art and photography journaling and tactile exercises - therapy is dynamic and tailored to each clients' needs.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I have a Master of Counseling degree from Missouri Baptist University in St. Louis, Missouri and a Bachelor of Communications degree from the University of Portland in Oregon. I am a member of the American Counseling Association and am a Certified First Responder Counselor.

Techniques I Use


  • Expressive Art Therapy External link

    Sometimes it can be difficult to find the words that express your feelings, and often clients have suffered childhood and adult traumas. Having other ways to express feelings can help ease the pain and discomfort and give it an outlet. I provide my clients with an array of creative mediums and materials to facilitate this process.

  • Existential External link

    The human experience is common ground and through examining what meanings we have and having the sacred space to examine our authenticity, we can find our purpose. Exploring what it means to exist is healthy and normal.

  • Eclectic External link

    I draw from a wide variety of modalities : Attachment Theory, EMDR, CBT, Music, Sensory Engagement, Motivational Interviewing, Expressive Arts, Existential, Humanistic, Humor and Adult Play

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