About our Therapists

Meet Our Oregon Therapists

BCB Therapy began operating first in Bend in 2004. We made Central Oregon our home and are expanding our services to Boise. Our therapists and staff are knowledgeable and supportive. We want to make you feel warm and welcome as we work together.

Randy Wild, Owner, MS, LPC

Randy Wild, Owner, MS, LPC

(Provider in Bend, Oregon and Boise, Idaho)

Randy founded BCB Therapy in 2004. He is often described as caring and compassionate, and knows the value of a safe, trusting relationship between himself and his clients. Randy believes in giving his clients evidence-based tools that can have an immediate impact. With many years of counseling experience, Randy works to ease each client’s struggle using treatments which may include EMDR, HeartMath, and Biofeedback. Randy is also a certified clinical supervisor, working with mental health professionals to secure their licensure. He sees clients at both the Bend and Boise locations, and offers telehealth services as well.

Johanna Hershenson, DD, MAHL, MS, LPC-I

Johanna Hershenson, DD, MAHL, MS, LPC-A

(Provider in Bend, Oregon)

Johanna completed a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Oregon State University-Cascades twenty-five years into her professional journey as a synagogue rabbi. She believes effective counseling must address the mind, body, and spirit.

Johanna is dedicated to person-centered and solution-focused approaches to counseling, and works with clients according to their own sense of what is wrong and what needs to happen to make it right. She is passionate about finding which point of entry (mind, body, spirit) is right for both the client and the moment. The mind stores thoughts and beliefs, while the body integrates those thoughts and beliefs into our responses to our situations and encounters in our daily life. The spirit then reflects the ease (or lack of) in communication between mind and body. A lack of ease in the spirit alerts us to the fact that there is a disconnect between mind and body.

Johanna’s shared goal with her clients is increasing satisfaction and ease in the client’s life and relationships. She engages in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to explore thoughts and beliefs, as well as meaning-making through Existential Therapy. In other moments she will focus on what is happening in the body utilizing Emotion Focused Therapy, Heartmath, and Neurofeedback.

Naomi Passarelli, MA, LPC-A

Naomi Passarelli, MA, LPC-A

(Provider in Bend, Oregon)

I see young adults and adults experiencing stress, anxiety, depression, and challenging life changes. I am experienced in PTSD and trauma, OCD and life transitions. I have worked with athletes who are injured or retiring from the sport as well as parents who are dealing with the many challenges of raising children.

My integrative approach is trauma informed, collaborative, client centered, and educational. I work hard to integrate every aspect of the clients life into their therapy and care because I believe we are made of many linked parts.

Healing is hard work and I'm so excited you are taking the first steps towards wholeness. I work hard to integrate mental health theories into a form of therapy that fits you just right. Together we will learn, grow, and move forward towards your goals.

Allie Cummins, B.S. Psychology, M.S.

Allie Cummins, B.S. Psychology, M.S. Clinical Mental Health Counseling Student

(Provider in Bend, Oregon)

Allie Cummins is master’s level Intern studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Liberty University. Allie believes our bodies and minds were intelligently made to heal. She is passionate about joining alongside her clients through a collaborative and integrative approach with a neuro-informed framework using an eclectic therapy modality focusing on methods that best support the individual’s needs. With a focus in neuroplasticity, Allie is passionate about helping individuals find healing through self-compassion, meaning-making and cognitive behavioral techniques. Allie has a passion for working with teens, and individuals struggling with anxiety, self-esteem, life transitions, negative thought patterns, and relational conflict.

She has certifications in SYMBIS and social media trauma, collective anxiety, and burnout.

Gregg Logan, MBA, MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in progress

Gregg Logan, MBA, MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in progress

(Provider in Bend, Oregon)

Gregg holds a foundational space of warmth and compassion when meeting with clients. He welcomes all cultures and community members to explore the shadows that keep you from thriving. Gregg works from an existential perspective woven into a person-centered and holistically integrated framework. He believes everyone holds the innate ability to create change and foster growth by leaning in and learning from our challenges. Client empowerment guides the process as Gregg supports the direction of healing by harmonizing with safety and trust.

He engages by utilizing modalities such as motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy, yet leaves room for somatic, expressive, and creative exploration. He honored to witness your courage to engage in the therapeutic process, building towards a brighter future.

Gregg holds a variety of life experiences which evokes from his innate curiosity for novelty, self-discovery, and personal growth. He holds a BS in Management from CSU, Northridge and a Master of Business Administration from Concordia University, Irvine. In progress is a MA in Counseling, clinical mental health (Graduation December 2023) from Concordia University, Irvine.

Additional training includes art therapy and Townsend Character model. He does not withhold counseling services from any specific client population and possess an openness to help clients of all races, ethnicities, religions, genders, and sexual orientations.

Jessica Moore

(Billing Specialist in Bend, Oregon)

Bio coming soon...