Lucius Wheeler

Professional Counselor Intern

I help people to navigate challenging life experiences, develop greater self-awareness, and make choices that bring them a sense of meaning and wholeness. I use a warm, grounded, relational presence to support a diverse range of clients. Please contact me for a free 20-minute consultation.


  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy

My Approach

Integral therapy begins with a basic attitude that all people have a tremendous capacity for change, and that we all contain within us a natural impulse towards healing. ​ Therapy is a collaborative relationship, I will invite you to “lead the way” as we explore what is present for you. It is important to me that you feel seen, heard, and empowered in the therapy process. Together, we will work towards the creation of an atmosphere of safety and trust that supports your healing process. My work is experiential, using dialogue and awareness to help those I work with to understand themselves and regain a sense of agency in their lives.

My Background

I am a registered LPC Intern in the state of Oregon, supervised by Daniel Donohue, LCSW (lic #6067). I received my master's degree in Integral Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco, CA. My graduate and post-graduate experience includes working as an outpatient drug and alcohol counselor, a school-based mental health therapist, and an intensive outpatient mental health therapist. Previously, I worked in the field of personal growth and natural healing for over a decade. My work is informed by my own process of growth and learning, which has helped me to understand the challenges and opportunities in every life change. I receive ongoing training and supervision in Gestalt therapy from Gestalt Therapy Training Associates Northwest, Gestalt Associates Training Seattle, and other professional trainers.


  • 503-741-8760
  • Website
  • 2304 E Burnside St
    Portland, OR 97214

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