Jesse Homan Ph.D., LPC is the founder of Queen City Psychotherapy, LLC. He completed his doctoral studies in Social Work at Portland State University. He began working as DBT therapist in 2009, and spent numerous years at the Portland DBT Institute where he worked as a clinician, supervisor, trainer, and consultant. Jesse has been teaching DBT since 2013. He currently is a trainer for the Treatment Implementation Collaborative. He has had the opportunity to teach DBT in a wide variety of settings including: outpatient, residential, substance abuse treatment centers, schools, as well as juvenile justice systems. Jesse also currently volunteers as an adherence coder for the Linehan Board of Certification. He previously worked as an adherence coder for the Behavioral Research and Therapy Clinics at the University of Washington and has worked on multiple DBT studies as an adherence coder. Jesse has coauthored research presentations and clinical workshops that have been presented at the International Society for the Improvement and Teaching of DBT. He has co-authored chapters on establishing DBT training and supervision programs as well as implementing DBT in juvenile justice settings. Jesse is a Certified DBT Clinician by the DBT-Linehan Board of Certification.