Bend Counseling & Biofeedback Staff

Randy Wild, Owner, MS, LPC

Lindsay Dec, MS, LPC


Zayza Gallop, Front Office Staff

Jill Wild, Back Office Staff

 


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Randy Wild

Randy Wild, Owner, MS, LPC

Bend Counseling & Biofeedback has been operating in Bend since 2004, and we hope to make Central Oregon our home for many years to come. Our therapists and staff are knowledgeable and supportive. As we get to know you, we hope to make you feel warm and welcome. Randy is often described as being caring and compassionate. He knows the value of a safe, trusting relationship. Randy believes in giving his clients evidence-based tools that can have an immediate impact. Along with many years of experience as a counselor, Randy is also a certified biofeedback provider. Randy is currently transitioning his practice to include on-line counseling. Please call the main office number for details.


Lindsay Dec, MS, LPC

Lindsay is passionate about helping people have the best possible quality of life. She holds a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Oregon State University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor. In addition, Lindsay holds a certificate in Interpersonal Neurobiology from Portland State University. She has extensive training in Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback and the Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS). Lindsay is on the steering committee for The Clinicians’ Network and the OSU Cascades’ Counseling Program Advisory Board. She incorporates mindfulness-based techniques including Brainspotting. Lindsay has completed Yoga Calm training including the Integrated Approach to Wellness levels 1-3. She strives to create a safe, comfortable environment that’s free of judgment. Lindsay is committed to fostering a collaborative relationship built on trust. Lindsay is currently training her Yorkie Poo puppy, PJ, so that she will be a great therapy dog. See PJ’s bio below!


PJ, Therapy Dog In-Training, ECP (Extremely Cute Puppy)

PJ was born on January 1, 2017. She is a Yorkie-Poo puppy with a big heart. Clients say she makes them feel better even when she is sleeping. PJ asks that you only give her attention when she is calm. She knows this will help her grow up to be an effective Therapy Dog who will help people with her sweet heart.