Up to eight sessions in a 12-month interval will be paid for by the Oregon Wellness Program. The professional consultants who have made themselves available for this purpose are in Central Oregon, Eugene and Salem.

Scott Babe, MD

Dr Babe graduated from Fairleigh Dickenson University with a bachelors of science in biology.  He attended medical school at Dartmouth Medical School, and then completed residency in psychiatry at the University of Colorado in Denver.  During his senior year in Colorado, he served as the Chief Resident for Consultation Liaison Psychiatry and took a special interest in cancer patients.  He worked that year on the bone marrow treatment unit.  After residency he moved to Oregon where he worked as a staff psychiatrist for 8 years at Salem Hospital performing inpatient, outpatient and consultation psychiatry.  In 2004, he also opened a private practice in Salem to be able to spend more time with his patients and use psychodynamic psychotherapy, medications, and other techniques to improve the health and well-being of his clients.  In 2003 he was board certified in General Psychiatry and in 2005 he was board certified in a new subspecialty, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry.  He has held clinical faculty positions at the University of Colorado, and currently at Western School of Health Sciences.

Dr. Babe served in the US Army reserves from 1999-2007 when he left service as a Lieutenant Colonel.  He served with several units and provided mental health services through a combat stress control team on deployments to Afghanistan, Iraq, and Germany.  He also took part in 2 tri-service combat stress conferences and spoke at the medical school on Ohau at Tippler Army Medical Center.

His interest in acupuncture began at Dartmouth. After several of his patients received benefit from acupuncture, he attended training through the Helms Medical Institute to learn acupuncture in hopes of helping many of his clients, including veterans, with complex illness that don’t always respond well to western medicine.  He completed this class in October 2013.  This was the first military training class that the institute offered to civilians.

Currently Dr. Babe has a private practice in Salem, Oregon, where he uses psychotherapy, medications, and acupuncture to help patients achieve their goals.

R. Andrew Barram, PsyD

Andy is a licensed psychologist and available for office visits as a sole practitioner on Bend’s westside.  He has maintained a private practice in Bend since 1999, while raising two children and enjoying our natural recreation opportunities. Andy’s practice is divided among different activities, reflecting his skills and interests. As an embedded psychologist for the local police and fire departments, he provides our first responders with support, training and crisis intervention services. Andy conducts psychological evaluations in criminal matters offering psychological information to the legal process. Andy also maintains a private therapy office serving older adolescents and adults. In this domain, Andy brings a passion for helping people find their unique path through life-stress, depression, and anxiety to experiencing more personal awareness, peace, and confidence. In his free time, Andy enjoys mountain biking, trail-runs, fishing and any other activities leading to trails or waterways. While roots are now deep in this area as home, Andy enjoys the adventure of traveling by car, plane, or motorcycle. There is always something to see, experience, and taste around the next twist of the trail, bend in the road, or over the next horizon.

Joseph Barrett, MD

Dr. Barrett is a physician specializing in psychiatry and has had a private practice in Bend, Oregon for 12 years. He is Board Certified in General Psychiatry from the Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He also has a Diplomat certification from the American Board of Addiction Medicine. He received his MD degree from Oregon Health & Sciences University in 1991. After an internship at the University of Connecticut, he completed a psychiatric residency at the University of Washington in 1995. He has had extensive experience in inpatient and outpatient psychiatry at Harborview Hospital and St. Charles Medical Center. He currently provides psychiatric consultations including medication evaluations for young adults. He has extensive experience working in multidisciplinary teams with other physicians and professionals and also has experience training medical students in psychiatry since 1996.

Lawrence Campbell, MD

Dr. Campbell is a Psychiatry Specialist in Bend, Oregon who graduated with honors from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas in 1973. Having more than 45 years of diverse experiences, especially in psychiatry, Dr. Campbell affiliates with St. Charles Medical Center-Redmond, and cooperates with other doctors and specialists without joining any medical groups.

Thomas Fauria, PhD

Thomas Fauria, PhD., a Eugene psychologist, is available for appointments via telehealth as well as in-person. Dr. Fauria’s clinical specialties include treating the variety of problems that can impair job performance: depression, anxiety, stress and anger management, life and work transitions, career development, relationship conflicts, substance abuse, and grief and loss. Dr. Fauria has trained behavioral health specialists in critical incident stress interventions, substance abuse assessment and ethics associated with practice. He consults with companies to develop drug-free workplaces and violence prevention policies. He has extensive experience working with and treating physicians.

Timothy Hofeldt, MD

Tim is a native Oregonian who has his clinical practice in Bend, where he resides. He received his medical degree from Albany Medical College and his residency training in psychiatry at Vanderbilt University Medical Center before engaging in fellowship training in the area of physician health and wellness. His professional work includes a clinical practice in general, adult and outpatient psychiatry and consultation. He works with healthcare organizations and professionals with an emphasis on physician litigation stress.

Anthony Monteverdi, MD

Dr. Monteverdi graduated with a B.S. in Neuropsychology from the University of California Davis with honors and received his medical degree from Memorial University in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.

He attended the University of Washington’s Neurology residency program, with an internship in internal medicine and a year of residency in neurology after which he completed his residency training in Psychiatry. He moved to Bend in 2005 and served the St. Charles healthcare system for four years in both inpatient and outpatient psychiatry. Since 2009, he has worked exlusively in practice in Bend.

Dr. Monteverdi’s areas of professional interest include neuropsychiatry, multiple modalities of individual psychotherapy, existential/spiritual exploration and mindfulness practices. He enjoys working with all patient types within the scope of general adult psychiatry. Outside of work he enjoys biking, skiing, reading and spending time with his family.

Angelina Montoya, MD

Angelina Montoya, MD.  Dr. Montoya is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology to practice General (Adult) Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Washington and medical degree at Creighton University School of Medicine. Her residency and fellowship training was at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio, Texas where she worked in a number of settings including University Hospital, The Audie Murphy Veterans Administration Hospital, Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital, The Southwest Neuropsychiatric Institute and Wilford Hall at Lackland Air Force Base.  She is interested in assisting healthcare professionals using a brief psychotherapy model to address their concerns.   She has lived in Bend and has had a part-time, private practice since 2005.