Dominique DuBois, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social WorkerDominique is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) who has been working in social services for over 13 years. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work from West Chester University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in Social Work from Portland State University. She has worked most of her career in integrative settings such as hospitals and residential treatment centers. Whether in individual therapy, family therapy, or group therapy, Dominique’s focus is to help create a balance in client’s lives to bring about acceptance and happiness. She uses solution-focused therapy as well as CBT, DBT, narrative therapy, and strengths perspective.
Dominique has worked with numerous populations, including African-American teen mothers, organ transplant participants, adults with traumatic brain injuries, sufferers of serious persistent mental illness and dual diagnoses, and most recently with Native American adolescents and adults.
Dominique specializes in treating depression, anxiety disorders, chronic pain management, addiction issues, and trauma. She has previously spent 6 years working with Oregon tribes and in Native country where she learned different ways to view mental health and how to overcome struggles. Through this work she has had extensive training in trauma treatment, both with victims and abusers, as well as PTSD and anxiety disorders.
Dominique practices at the Damascus and Gresham Station clinics.