Brooke graduated from Weber State University with a degree in Health Care Administration, and worked as an administrator and regional manager in the health care industry. While taking some time off from her career to raise her family, Brooke worked with other parents and community members to establish the Bethel Education Foundation. Five years of service as the President of the Bethel Education Foundation, co-chairing the Willamette Pride Project and chairing the 2012 Bond Measure allowed Brooke to create strong relationships within the Bethel community. She feels fortunate to have the opportunity to combine her passion for Bethel with her formal education and training in her role as director of the Bethel Health Center.
Meet our nurse practitioner, Angela Bradley! She has been a nurse practitioner in the Eugene area for over 12 years. Angela began her healthcare career in 1992 as a nursing assistant and then worked as a RN in Urgent Care. When not caring for Bethel children, she enjoys spending time with her own family, and working on their small farm.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Kirsten has been working with youth and families in Lane County for the past 15 years.
She believes that people are healthy, resilient, and have the strengths they need to achieve their goals.
As a LMFT, Kirsten offers individual and family therapy to youth and their families in the Bethel Community. Areas of specialization include: individual, couple, and family therapy; parent-child and parent-adolescent relational issues; anxiety; depression; high risk behaviors; substance abuse in the family; and self-harming behaviors.
Kirsten earned her Master’s in Education with a specialization in Couples and Family Therapy from the University of Oregon.
Tiffanie has worked in medical registration and insurance for the past nine years. She believes in listening to the patients and offering assistance in any way she can to ensure their needs are met. She is highly efficient and organized and is passionate about the welfare of all the Bethel Health Center patients. She loves to spend her free time with her two kids and husband. She enjoys listening to music, gardening, and baking.
Keyonna has been working with youth and families in Lane County for the past 7 years. She has an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Bachelor’s in Human Services and most recently graduated from Portland State University in 2012 with a Master’s Degree in Social Work. She’s currently pursuing her licensure as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.
She believes that working collaboratively with clients in an atmosphere that is accepting and non-judgmental is key and that’s why she focuses on strengths and works towards goals that are defined by clients, with her support.
Keyonna, offers individual and family therapy to youth and their families in the Bethel Community. Areas of specialization include: individual, couple, and family therapy; anxiety; depression; parenting skills; school problems; self-esteem; alcohol and drug addiction; stress management; codependency; and grief and loss..
When not working at the Bethel Health Center she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and their adopted pit bull, Luna.
I have been working as a medical office assistant for 22 years. I graduated from Lane Community College in 1996 and was hired at Peacehealth where I stayed for 20 years. I have always been grateful for the choice I made to go into the medical profession as it has allowed me to come into contact with many wonderful people, including both staff and patients.
I have four children and so far nine grandchildren. We love to go camping and enjoy life together as an ever growing group!
As a family therapist, I have provided an extensive range of outpatient mental health services in the community since 1999. Areas of specialization include family systems, childhood development, adoption and foster care, domestic violence, and substance abuse/addiction. I have lived in the Eugene area the majority of my life and maintain a deep commitment to public education and health. I am excited to provide mental health services to students in the Bethel School District and be part of the dynamic team of professionals at BHC.