Meet the Staff

Karly Daley, LCSW (she/her)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Hello, my name is Karly Daley (she/her). I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Oregon and California and a nationally-certified (CEIP) Equine-Facilitated Educator.  I completed my Master of Social Work at DePaul University in Chicago with a focus in community practice. My clinical experience has been working at nonprofits in community mental health ranging from young adults to seniors. 

My goal in therapy is to create a safe space where you can become your best, empowered self within school and community. I work from a client centered, strength and tools based, trauma informed lens focusing on how systems may affect ones ability to authentically connect to relationships and their own mind and body. 

I am passionate about human rights, social justice and fighting for equity in our community. 

You can usually find me scoping out new food trucks or coffee shops, trail riding/ hiking with my horse in North Plains or being with my partner and two dogs.

Clay Hartmann, PhD (he/him)
Licensed Psychologist, Associate Director of Counseling and Training

Hi, my name is Dr. Clay Hartmann and I am a licensed psychologist in the State of Oregon. I completed my PhD at the New School in New York City, where my research focus was on substance use, mourning, and the gendered experience of health. My clinical training experiences included a wide range of hospital rotations and university clinical placements, though I feel most at home in a college counseling center.  

I tend to work from a psychodynamic framework, which attempts to help people unpack the patterns of thinking, feeling, and relating that leave them feeling stuck and on repeat. I try to help students identify those patterns, understand how they were formed, and help them to create new ways of connecting to themselves and to others. I also utilize skills focused therapies such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention for students looking to make structured changes in their day to day behaviors. Lastly, I also tend to integrate in feminist and cultural theory into my work, in order to help students unpack how their struggles are socially and culturally located.  

I’m ready to help students with anything from relationship and family issues, to working through past traumas, and/or simply adjusting to the hectic life of being a Pilot. Outside of therapy I enjoy extended backpacking trips, local bands, and gardening. If you see me skating around campus feel free to say hi.

Wei Motulsky, PhD (they/them)
Postdoctoral Psychology Resident 

Hello! My name is Dr. Wei Motulsky and I am this year’s postdoctoral psychology resident. I received my Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Columbia University in New York City, where my research and clinical foci were on trauma, the experiences of marginalized groups (i.e., by race, socioeconomic status, gender identity, size, ability, and so forth), and personality styles. My prior clinical experiences were in counseling centers and hospitals throughout New York City. I am excited to continue my training here in the PNW close to my hometown of Seattle, Washington.

My approach to therapy is psychodynamic and multicultural in nature. I am interested in the patterns, motifs, and self-and-other-told narratives that shape our lives. Moreover, I wholeheartedly believe that identity privilege and oppression impact our daily experiences, the hardships we face, and how we move through the world. As such, I wish to support students in understanding how all of these forces—both conscious and subconscious—intersect and relate to our thoughts, behaviors, and feelings. I am also trained in behavioral therapies such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Cognitive Emotional Processing Therapy (CEPT).

I am excited and honored to be part of the staff at UP. I love working with students and look forward to learning more about what it means to be a Pilot. When I am not at work, I am probably watching tacky horror movies with my wife, playing parent to my three dogs and two cats, playing video games, or training for the next half marathon.