WSPA Board of Trustees

Add your voice to WSPA's leadership!

WSPA is always looking for passionate, creative, and service-oriented individuals from early career to advanced career psychologists to help foster our mission.

The Board of Trustees is responsible for guiding the association by adopting ethical and legal governance and financial management policies to advance WSPA's mission. New trustees can be added throughout the year and meet monthly, either in person or via teleconferencing.

Members of the board also chair association committees and represent WSPA on statewide initiatives and at APA national conferences. A maximum of 11 trustees make up the board and leadership is open to all premium and platinum level members. Board terms last three (3) years and a trustee may serve no more than two consecutive terms. A trustee may return to the board after a 1-year absence.

If you are interested in serving on the Board of Trustees, please contact our Executive Director, Marvo Reguindin at and provide us with your name, contact information, and a brief rationale for your interest. For more information, please review the Board Member Expectations and Board Member Recruitment & Election process documents.

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Jennifer L. DelVentura, Ph.D., ABPP


Dr. DelVentura is a clinical health psychologist licensed in Washington (and Georgia).  She specializes in evidenced-based assessment and intervention with patients with chronic pain.  She is active in many quality improvement and clinical program evaluation projects aiming to improve access and quality of pain care in her local facility.  Additionally,  she has presented for many regional and national audiences on equity, diversity, and inclusion in pain care and on evidence-based assessment/intervention for patients with chronic pain  (e.g., ACT, CBT, mindfulness, presurgical assessment).  She serves as an ad hoc peer reviewer for various pain and health psychology journals.  She is also active in behavioral medicine training for psychology interns and postdoctoral residents. 

Dr. DelVentura's current WSPA roles include:  member of the Board of Trustees, co-Vice President (shared role with Dr. Wagoner), and Continuing Education Committee Chair.  She has been an active WSPA member since relocating to Washington State in 2019 and has enjoyed the opportunity to meet, collaborate with, and support psychologists and trainees across the state.  She values the role that state psychological associations play in advocacy, education, advancing the field, and creating professional community and believes in active engagement in professional service as a means of living professional values and supporting the community.

Megan Wagoner, Psy.D.

I am a licensed psychologist in private practice in Seattle.  I enjoy working with adults using lenses of psychoanalytic, feminist, and liberation theories. Though I have been a WSPA member since my internship year, I only became more active in the organization when the Good Trouble committee was formed in 2020. Through participation in that group, I have found significant meaning in connection with my psychologist colleagues as we wrestle to identify and work towards shared mission, vision, and goals. My collaborative process skills have deepened through this work as well. I enjoy working on these processes with the wider WSPA board, and helping the organization meet the needs of our members and of the practice of psychology in Washington state as a whole. I am thrilled to share co-leadership responsibilities with Jenna DelVentura and look forward to continuing to connect with WSPA!

Lori Woehler, Psy.D.

Lori Woehler, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and founder of Bellevue Psychotherapy, PS LTD where she provides therapeutic and assessment services. Dr. Woehler’s research focus includes trauma, suicidality, and addiction. Her clinical training included pre-doctoral internship at the Veterans’ Administration North Las Vegas Medical Center with specialized training in trauma, addiction, and neuropsychological assessment. She served as a post-doctoral fellow at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Prior to internship, she completed year- long clinical trainings at Madigan Army Medical Center Child and Family Behavioral Health Services, Western State Hospital, and a community mental health clinic. Her orientation and evidence-based practice is based in relational psychodynamic, humanistic, cognitive, behavioral, and family systems through multi-cultural, trauma-informed, neurobiological development, and attachment lens.

Dr. Woehler has presented her research at national and international conferences, holds adjunct faculty appointment at Hazelden Graduate School of Addiction Studies, developed and conducted training to reduce implicit bias in cross-discipline healthcare providers. She is a member of APA, Divisions 56 and 50, and serves on the WSPA Continuing Education Committee. She previously volunteered for King County crisis connections and served on a regional board of a national non-profit focused on youth community involvement. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, outdoor activities in the pacific northwest, traveling in her airstream, board games, and reading non-fiction. Dr Woehler’s earlier career experience includes US Army active-duty service, federal government and commercial sector leadership roles, and executive leadership roles at Microsoft as Managing Director of global security and privacy consulting services, Chief of Staff for Windows Server and Tools Marketing, and Senior Director of Online Services and Azure global security, privacy, and compliance.

Alexa Barcena, Ph.D.

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Steve Curtis, Ph.D.

Bio to come

Matt Goldenberg, Psy.D.Matt Goldenberg, Psy.D.

Dr. Matt Goldenberg is a Washington state based Licensed Clinical Psychologist  (License number PY60416098).  He earned his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA, a generalist training program that has been accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).  His internship at the University of Washington Counseling Center was also accredited by the American Psychological Association.  Prior to doctoral training, he completed a Masters of Arts in Psychology at Seattle University, where the Existential-Phenomenological tradition is emphasized.  He has worked with clients as young as five months through older age on a variety of issues.  Additionally, Dr. Goldenberg has benefited from clinical training in public, private, and forensic settings and is able to provide psychotherapy for a wide span of symptoms, concerns, and issues.  He has received various awards and acknowledgements for his focus on social justice and leadership development.

Kenneth Cole, Psy.D.


Dr. Cole has worked in many different legal and community-based environments conducting assessments, writing reports, giving testimony, doing direct treatment and working with various therapeutic communities. Focus of assessment services has included court-related issues; Court-ordered psychological evaluations, Competency to Stand Trial, Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity and Diminished Capacity, as well as parenting evaluations related to guardianship issues. Dr. Cole also conducts pre-hire psychological assessments and fit for duty assessments for various local law enforcement agencies, fire departments, security organizations and school districts. Dr. Cole has extensive experience evaluating children for use in education-related identification of mental health conditions contributing to learning disabilities. He also evaluates children and adults for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Connie Kirchhoff, Ph.D.

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Phyllis Sanchez, Ph.D.

Born and raised in south Seattle, she was the first in her family to finish college and then went on to earn a Ph.D.. She finished a postdoctoral Fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in 1991 and has been licensed in Washington since 1990. She has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, (HMC/UWMC), and clinics and is now working in private practices both in Seattle and Kirkland. She is involved in general neuropsychological practice and also performs independent exams for injured workers, forensic exams, and is involved in the NCAA post settlement concussion monitoring program. As an adjunct faculty member, she supervises psychiatry residents from the UW in psychotherapy technique. Her publications vary in topics and include the accuracy of psychologist's ability to distinguish medical conditions that can masquerade as psychological disorders, to the significant negative impact of third party observers on test performance.

Mandi Maycumber, LMHC, SUDP
Graduate Student Trustee

I have over 9 years of behavioral health experience in both direct care and administration. I am a licensed mental health counselor, a substance use disorder professional, and a doctoral student at Northwest University. It is an honor to serve as the WSPA graduate student trustee. 
I have a background in forensic counseling and am especially interested in honing my skills in assessment as I work toward becoming a psychologist. My current research is into the pandemic and its effects on practitioners – psychologists in particular. 
As long-time PNW resident, I enjoy making the most of the natural beauty around us. When not working or partaking in graduate studies, you may find me hiking, climbing, or skiing around the Cascade or Olympic Mountain ranges. My husband and son accompany me on many journeys and bring the utmost joy to my daily life.