Chanda Driscoll is a licensed clinical social worker and has been working in the field of Medical Social Work and Behavioral Health for the past 18 years. She obtained an undergraduate degree in social work from the University of Montana and a Master’s in Science from Indiana University, Bloomington. Chanda then completed a Master of Social Work at the University of Alaska.
Trained as both a medical social worker and a mental health therapist, Chanda has extensive experience working with patients and families in acute, emergency, and neuro rehabilitation settings as well as in skilled nursing, hospice, home health, community mental health and private counseling clinics.
After relocating to Oregon in 2016, she began working at a primary care clinic incorporating principles of an integrated behavioral health model of care. Through such a model as part of each patient’s primary care team, Chanda enjoys helping patients identify strategies that promote functional restoration, increase treatment adherence, reduce negative symptoms, and foster healthier lifestyle choices. Her personal interests include swimming, mountain biking, floating the Deschutes river with her dog, skiing, hiking, and initiating- but never quite finishing- various home and up-cycle projects.