Meet Your Clinicians

Patrick J. Moran, Ph.D.

Clinical / School Psychologist
Evaluation and School Accommodations Consultant

Dr. Patrick Moran, Ph.D. is a licensed Clinical & School Psychologist in Oregon and Washington with over 35 years of experience working in clinical practice. Dr. Moran has extensive experience in psychological and educational evaluation of children and adults.

Dr. Moran has served on the Board of Directors for both the Oregon School Psychology Association, and the Oregon Psychological Association. He has had held adjunct appointments at Concordia University, and Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. Dr. Moran was a contributing consultant to the California Department of Education Response to Intervention (RTI) Implementation Task Force, the California Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Advisory Committee linking IEP goals to the Common Core standards, and the CA State Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) Regulatory Work Group. He has also been involved in collaboration with state and professional organizations to articulate a model for Specific Learning Disability (SLD) identification incorporating the assessment of processing strengths and weaknesses (PSW).

Dr. Moran regularly provides consultation and training to behavioral health assessment providers in the mental health and medical field, special education, and higher education and training settings.

Dr. Moran has enjoyed a multi-dimensional career of work with both adult and youth populations providing community-based mental health, substance abuse prevention and treatment, implemented multiple federal, state, and county based best practice models for treatment of youth and adults, and managed his own private practices. Dr. Moran has 18 years of cross-cultural experience working with Native-Americans as a treatment provider, trainer, grant writer, and Behavioral Health Director for a large Urban Indian Clinic serving the Pacific Northwest.

J.o.s.e.p.h B.e.n.a.c.h., Psy.D.

Clinical Psychologist
Evaluation and School Accommodations Consultant

Dr. J.o.s.e.p.h B.e.n.a.c.h. is a licensed clinical psychologist with 15 years of experience providing psychotherapy, clinical supervision, training, psychometric assessment, and consultation services. He has a Doctorate of Psychology from The George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts in foreign language and international studies from the American University in Washington DC. Dr. Benach is licensed in Arizona and Oregon, and has extensive experience in psychological evaluation of children and adults in both public and private sectors.

Dr. B.e.n.a.c.h.’s theoretical perspective incorporates psychodynamic, existential, multicultural, and trauma-informed frameworks into his practice. He has worked with both adult and youth populations in rural and urban settings, providing mental health services, consultation, and assessments in multiple languages. As a former National Health Service Corps fellow, Dr. B.e.n.a.c.h. has conducted work in the public sector across the US with an emphasis on psychological, neuropsychological, and educational testing. He also served as treasurer for the Southern Arizona Psychological Association from 2017-2021.

At 360, Dr. B.e.n.a.c.h. specializes in the evaluation of suspected neurodevelopmental, academic, and behavioral conditions in youth ages 6-18. He conducts comprehensive assessments that consider medical, physical, social, and family factors that may affect a child’s development and provides specific recommendations tailored to guide you in further accessing treatment and addressing potential learning and behavioral concerns. Dr. B.e.n.a.c.h. is dedicated to helping young people reach their full potential and overcome the challenges they face – schedule an appointment with him today to see how he can help your child.

His languages include: English, Spanish, Arabic, and French

Maria Marshall, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist Specializing in
Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents

Dr. Maria Marshall is a highly accomplished Clinical Psychologist with a focus on pediatric psychology. With more than 19 years of experience, she brings a wealth of expertise to her new role at 360 Pediatric Psychology in Lake Oswego, Oregon. Dr. Marshall holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University and has been licensed as a Psychologist in Oregon, New Mexico, and Colorado.

Throughout her career, Dr. Marshall has excelled in various professional settings. As a Staff Psychologist at the Lewis and Clark Student Counseling Center, she provided individual psychotherapy to undergraduate and graduate students, addressing a wide range of diagnostic issues. Her therapeutic approaches included psychodynamic, cognitive, emotion-focused, and acceptance and commitment therapy.

Dr. Marshall’s experience extends to crisis evaluation and treatment, where she played a vital role in assessing and stabilizing students in acute distress. Additionally, she engaged in consultation with campus departments and collaborated with primary care physicians, therapists, and parents to ensure comprehensive care.

In her previous role as a Clinical Supervisor at the San Luis Valley Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center, Dr. Marshall provided supervision to licensed and unlicensed clinicians. She oversaw clinical documentation, treatment planning, and the delivery of psychotherapy services. Her responsibilities also included community collaboration and outreach, where she served as a liaison between the mental health agency and community resources.

With a strong background in private practice, Dr. Marshall conducted outpatient therapy with children, adolescents, and adults at The San Juan House Counseling Center. She addressed a variety of mental health issues, including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, grief and loss, and adjustment problems.

Dr. Marshall’s extensive professional experience also includes working as an Inpatient Child Therapist at Anna Kaseman Hospital, where she facilitated group and family therapy sessions and conducted psychological assessments for children ages 4 – 12, to inform treatment planning. She has consistently demonstrated a dedication to providing high-quality care and fostering positive outcomes for her clients.

In addition to her clinical work, Dr. Marshall has made significant contributions to the field through research and publications. Her doctoral dissertation, titled “When Loss Brings Gain: The Influence of Person and Event Characteristics on Posttraumatic Growth in the Bereaved,” explores the process of posttraumatic growth following loss. She has also presented at various conferences and delivered community seminars on topics related to mental health.

Dr. Maria Marshall’s extensive experience, diverse skill set, and commitment to the well-being of her clients make her a valuable addition to the team at 360 Pediatric Psychology. Her expertise in psychotherapy, psychological evaluation, consultation, and community outreach positions her to make a positive impact on the lives of children, adolescents, and families in the Lake Oswego and greater Portland community.

Melissa Cunnigham, Ph.D.

Dr. Melissa Cunningham is a distinguished psychologist with an impressive track record spanning over 15 years, predominantly in the domain of childhood and adolescent assessments. Her comprehensive expertise encompasses a wide spectrum, including ADHD, autism, learning disorders, anxiety, depression, and trauma. At 360 Pediatrics, Dr. Cunningham plays a pivotal role as an expert in early childhood development*. Here, she collaborates with a multidisciplinary team of pediatricians, therapists, and educators to provide holistic care for children as young as age two, and up to young adults. She has been instrumental in establishing the clinic’s integrated behavioral health program, focusing on early detection and evidence-based intervention strategies for children. In addition to her clinical responsibilities, Dr. Cunningham is a committed educator and serves as faculty at Western Oregon University’s Psychological Sciences Department, where she imparts knowledge on child development. Her cutting-edge research explores teacher consultation, the well-being of children with chronic illnesses, and effective bullying prevention strategies. Dr. Cunningham’s practice philosophy is grounded in the synthesis of contemporary child psychology research, ensuring every assessment identifies strengths and formulates tailored developmental recommendations.

Catherine McClellan, Ph.D.

Dr. Catherine McClellan, Ph.D., is a versatile clinical psychologist with over 25 years of diverse experience in pediatric healthcare settings. At 360 Pediatric Psychology, she integrates her broad expertise in general psychology with specialized skills, particularly where behavior and health concerns intersect. Her work effectively bridges the gap between physical symptoms and psychological factors, enhancing the overall well-being of her young patients.

With a deep commitment to the scientist-practitioner model, Dr. McClellan offers evidence-based parent coaching for young children and engages in continuous learning and application of the most current practices in her field.

Dr. McClellan is recognized for her expertise in pediatric sleep issues, where she advocates for the essential role of restful sleep in mental health and provides strategies to establish healthy sleep patterns for children and adolescents. Her skill set also includes managing needle phobia, where she applies proven techniques to minimize stress and anxiety associated with medical procedures. Additionally, she offers empathetic guidance and support for toilet training challenges, assisting families in navigating this developmental milestone with confidence.

While Dr. McClellan’s role at 360 Pediatric Psychology does not encompass formal evaluations, her therapeutic services are comprehensive and proactive. She is steadfast in offering practical, empathetic support and solutions aimed at building resilience and promoting well-being in children. Dr. McClellan is a valuable ally for families seeking well-rounded and specialized pediatric psychological care.