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Hal C Darst, CADC II, Director/Therapist

 

The program director and therapist- Hal Darst, CADC II, has been working with adolescents in therapeutic settings since 1980, when working for Beech Hill / Outward Bound, where he was cross-trained as an addictions counselor and wilderness guide to provide drug and alcohol counseling to adolescents in a wilderness setting – such as hiking the Appalachian Trail or canoeing on the many New England lakes and rivers.  It was the first program in the nation recognized to provide a uniquely powerful blend of therapy with nature.  In the many years following he has worked with other prominent youth wilderness therapy programs including the Aspen Achievement Acadamy, the Catherine Freer Wilderness Therapy Program, and Ravens Way as well as with traditional outdoor education programs such as Hurricane Island Outward Bound and the Athenian Wilderness Experience.  In most of these programs he provided services of therapist, wilderness guide, program director or clinical supervisor; and has been director and therapist with Cascade Pathways since 2001.

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Tanya Beard, PMHNP, serves as Clinical Supervisor for Cascade Pathways.  Tanya has been working with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings outpatient and residential. She is a Public Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, working with county mental health and in her own private practice.  She is a graduate of Oregon Health and Science University and is credentialed with the American Nurses Credentaling Center as a Famly Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She has worked at Create Mental Health, Benson Health Clinic, Peacehealth Medical Group, (all in Eugene, OR) and the Children's Farm Home in Corvallis, OR.


Douglas Bovee, MD., provides consulting services as Medical Director for Cascade Pathways. Dr. Douglas Bovee was born in Lansing, MI, and graduated from the University Of Miami School Of Medicine in 1978 after attending pharmacy school at the University of Florida. He completed his internship at the Public Health Service Hospital in San Francisco, and then a residency in internal medicine at the University of New Mexico-Albuquerque. He received fellowships from both the American College of Physicians and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. After working in an internal med clinic and a hospital-based addiction treatment program in Seattle, he has lived in Eugene for nearly 20 years, the last decade in primary care, and is the President of the board of Lane Independent Primary Physicians. Formerly a full time Addiction Medicine physician for Serenity Lane, Dr. Bovee has continued his work in methadone clinics, and acted as Medical Director at both Integrated Health Clinic of Eugene and Prevention and Recovery Northwest. He continues his commitment to Internal and Addiction medicine in his current practice at South Hilyard Clinic.


Richard Darst, Ph.D. offers services as an Educational Consultant for Cascade Pathways.  He is past principle at Junction City, Crook County and Ashland High Schools and currently services as the Executive Director for Northwest Association for Accredited Schools.


Individual Counseling

Group Counseling

  • Teen Group
  • Mens Group
  • Adults Overcoming Opiates & Prescription Pill Addiction
  • Parents of Adolescent Abusing Drugs and Alcohol

Educational Consulting

Outdoor/Experiential Therapy

Ph: 541-954-7077  Fax: 888-505-1903  Email: CascadeAssent@gmail.com
Services offered throughout the mid-Willamette Valley of Oregon,
Albany: 425 2nd Ave., Suite 203, Albany 97321 (main office and mailing address)
Corvallis: 344 NW 6th St, Corvallis OR 97330
Eugene: 1234 Pearl St., Suite 4, Eugene, OR 97401,