Leanne Schamp, Ph.D., LMFT
Associate Professor, Clinical Mental Health Counseling /
Professional: Dr. Schamp has more than 15 years of experience as a marriage and family therapist in agency, ministry and private practice settings. She has been part of Corban's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program since the first year, teaching in an adjunct role and doing clinical supervision before joining the faculty full time in 2013. Prior to coming to Corban, she directed both the Counseling Center and the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Northwest Christian University in Eugene.
Dr. Schamp’s professional areas of interest include intimate partner violence; couples/family therapy; PTSD; integration of spirituality & therapy; anxiety; assessment & diagnosis; clinical supervision; multiculturalism; teaching/training therapists internationally.
Personal: Leanne enjoys spending time with her young yellow lab, Duncan, and working with him as a service dog-in-training.
Why Corban: “I love seeing lives transformed, and this happens within every new cohort in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. I very much appreciate the support of colleagues and staff with whom I have a shared faith experience. I also love the fact that Jesus is central to Corban. He is the reason I am here and the reason I do what I do, and I can say that boldly in this place.”