Breanna Dupuis, lcsw
BreAnna is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, practicing professional social work since 2010. Drawing from social constructionist and attachment theories she utilizes narrative, interpersonal, and cognitive-behavioral therapies along with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and other evidence-based approaches with a warm and relational style.
BreAnna is honored to support individuals and families along the reproductive health continuum, providing support through infertility, adoption, pregnancy and infant loss, birth trauma, homebirth cesareans, diagnosis of fetal anomaly, medical interruption of pregnancy, during and after NICU stays, adjustment to parenthood, to surrogates/gestational carriers, and in treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
In addition to private practice BreAnna has extensive experience as a medical social worker and is very comfortable working with folks with medical complications or trauma as well as providing therapeutic support to healthcare providers, first responders, and other helping professionals. BreAnna is a LGBTQ+ affirming provider and honors diversity in her practice.
BreAnna also offers clinical supervision both in individual and group settings for Clinical Social Work Associates (CSWA) in the state of Oregon.
Outside of work BreAnna loves to read, spend time outdoors camping and hiking, and soaking up all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer with her partner and children.
Education and training
Bachelor of Science in Women's Studies, Portland State University
Master of Social Work, Portland State University
Baby Blues Connection - Board Member 2014-2016, Education & Outreach Committee 2016-current time