Safe, Healing & Confidential

As a licensed Psychologist, I have a clinical expertise in helping individuals overcome tough challenges. If you are suffering from anxiety, sadness, disappointments, life changes, grief and loss, life transitions, health struggles, interpersonal struggles, chronic pain, complex health care issues, insomnia, or other significant life challenges, please know I am here to help. I work collaboratively to provide active self-care skills within a solution focused and safe environment. I utilize cognitive behavioral and mindfulness interventions to increase motivation, inspire new beginnings, and provide inspiration for change and renewed focus. You are not alone!


Terri Lechnyr, Ph.D.Dr. Terri Lechnyr, a Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Social Worker, specialization in Trauma and Health Psychology. She works with adolescents (ages 16+), adults, individuals and group therapy. Dr. Lechnyr specializes in clinical behavioral medicine psychology helping people manage complex heath care concerns and tough life transitions. She works with those suffering from anxiety, depression, grief and loss, interpersonal struggles, chronic intractable pain, insomnia, and fibromyalgia syndrome, among others. She also has a specialty of managing trauma symptoms and working with First Responders.

Dr. Lechnyr holds a Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) in Clinical Psychology with extensive clinical experience since her first graduate clinical degree in 1999. She is licensed as a Psychologist in both Washington and Oregon in addition to holding a license as a clinical social worker in Oregon. Dr. Lechnyr has studied clinical social work and clinical/research psychology at Pacific Lutheran University, Capella University and Walla Walla University. She has also completed her post-doctoral Ph.D. training in Pain Management and Behavioral Medicine at the Willamette Medical Center in Eugene, Oregon where she worked with a multi-disciplinary chronic pain management team that included physicians, nurse practitioners, massage specialists, physical therapists, occupational therapists, clinical social workers, and psychologists. Her graduate research focused on how anxiety and depression impacted the outcome of spinal implant surgery for chronic intractable pain. She also enjoys the opportunity for collaboration with her patient’s physician and other health care providers for optimal outcomes.