Curriculum Vitae

It's All About Relationships


Kaseja Wilder, LCSW
Eugene, OR, 97401
(541) 844 5038

February 2018: Licensed Clinical Social Worker (L7771), Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers

May 2019 – Present Private Practice Psychotherapist
July 2015 – September 2019: Signature Hospice, Medical Social Worker, Eugene, Oregon
March 2005 – October 2010: Heart of Now, Facilitator and Volunteer Coordinator, Dexter, Oregon
September 2004 – June 2007: Home Instead Senior Care, Caregiver, Eugene, Oregon
September 1998 – March 2005: Stay at home mother
Graduate Training:
September 2014 – June 2015: Medical Social Worker intern at the hospital, Bereavement and Palliative Care Intern, Springfield, Oregon
September 2013 – June 2014: South Lane Mental Health, Mental Health Therapist, Cottage Grove, Oregon

Presentations and Lectures:
January 2021 Trauma and the Brain for Black Unity
July 2021 World Changers, What You Need To Know About Trauma and the Brain for Deep Green Resistance
February 2020 Loss and Death, Good Grief! Ethics and Education for Social Workers
October 2020 Addressing Culture Trauma/Racial Healing Zoom workshop sponsored by Kokayi Nosakhere
June 2020 Impeccable Self Care (or good enough) Workshop for HIV Alliance staff
May 2020 Beyond Isolation Connection and Self-Care during a Pandemic for Food For Lane County Staff
May 2020 Beyond Isolation Connection and Self-Care during a Pandemic for HIV Alliance Staff
June 2019 Trauma and the Brain (for on the street responders) for HIV Alliance staff
April 2018 Loss and Grief Across the Life Span Guest co-teacher for Portland State University, MSW Eugene cohort
January 2018 – April 2021: Bystander Intervention Training (Co-facilitated), Eugene, Oregon
October 2017: Relationship Matters, Using the CALM Approach, Portland Oregon
October 2017: Colorism workshop for Intentional Community at Heartculture, Eugene, Oregon
August 2017: Brain Science Workshop, Estacada, Oregon

Professional Training:
March 2019 – February 2020 Internal Family Systems Level One Training (108 hours)
October 2019: Clinical Supervision Level 1 Basic Strategies in Building an Effective Supervision Relationship Wayne Scott
May 2018: Gottman Training Level Two, Online, (11 hours)
January 2018: White Ally Toolkit with David Campt, Eugene, Oregon, (3 hours)
January 2018: Resistance 101 with Janee Woods, Eugene, Oregon, (2 hours)
January 2018: Gottman Training Level One, Online, (11 hours)
November 2017: Basic Mediation, Eugene, Oregon, (40 hours)
November 2017: Bystander Intervention Training, Eugene, Oregon, (3 hours)
January 2015: Familias in Accion; Culturally Competent Care for Latinos, Springfield, Oregon (4 hours)
May 2015: Hospice Volunteer Training, Eugene, Oregon, (8 hours)
April 2015 Respectful Interactions: Disability Language and Etiquette, Webcourse through Northwest ADA Center, Washington.

1989 – present: Oregon Womens Land Trust
2014 – present: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
2014 – present: National Association of Social Workers

Committees Served:
2017 – 2018: National Association of Social Workers, Oregon, Eugene Planning Committee
2013 – 2020: National Association of Social Workers, Oregon, Legislative Committee
2013 – 2014: Social Justice and Diversity Inclusion Committee at Portland State University
2012 – 2013: Oregon Womens Land Trust Board Member and Secretary

2021: Black Cultural Festival
2020 – 2022: Showing Up for Racial Justice, Springfield Eugene Chapter, Coordinating Council
2020: Black Cultural Festival
2019 – 2022: Sisters of the Ferns, President of the Board
2017 – 2021 Liberation Listening co facilitator and assistant to Kara Huntermoon, Eugene, Oregon
2010 – 2013: Sexual Assault and Support Services, Crisis Line Worker, Eugene, Oregon
2002 – 2004: Food Not Bombs, Berkeley, California