UPDATE (3/21/22): The lobby at Dirkse CC remains open to the public by appointment. All staff and guests are required to wear a face-covering or mask while navigating office space or in the office’s common areas; COVID-related questions and temperature checks may also be asked of staff and visitors to complete. All services continue to be conducted in accordance with OHA and ODDS guidelines.
Almost twenty-five years ago, when Dirkse Counseling and Consulting opened its doors in Beaverton, Oregon, it was one woman making ends meet for her family while doing what she loved; helping people with disabilities to secure and keep employment.
It is an honor for Dirkse to announce that our very own Dillon Robertson recently graduated from Multnomah University with a Master of Arts in Counseling.
In case you haven’t heard, there is a labor shortage in the United States and it’s even being felt here in Beaverton. Factors such as the increase in the minimum wage, the rising cost of medical insurance,
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Over the past few months, Dirkse Counseling & Consulting has been proud to highlight local heroes who have chosen to obtain employment in uncertain times.
Gary Chiravalli of Dirkse Counseling and Consulting, Inc, left back row; Mychal Shelton of Righteous Clothing, left front row; Centennial Transition Center students, middle; Sara