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Marena Passerelli, MA, LPC, LMHC

Marena Passerelli, MA, LPC, LMHC

Pronouns she/her

Credentials LPC, LMHC

Bio Marena highly values honoring each person’s journey and story while providing services to individuals struggling with eating disorders, body dysmorphia, anxiety, trauma, new and/or stressful transitions, and adversity. She also works with clients struggling with a sense of self/identity, difficulty communicating, and lack of connection. Marena’s work stems from the belief that a fully recovered life from an eating disorder is possible for any individual through exploration, personal narratives, and strengthening a sense of worthiness and self-compassion. It is also her belief that these same ways support clients struggling with body image, anxiety, relationships, emotion regulation, and so much more. Marena’s clinical approach focuses on fostering healing through authenticity, building connection, and shame resilience; and specifically works through the feminist theory lens. Self-compassion, self-worth, radical acceptance, and mindfulness are core components to Marena’s approach, while also incorporating evidence-based practices such as DBT, CBT, and Psychodynamic Therapy.

Address N/A

City Portland

Phone 5037296442

Website https://www.marenapassarellipsychotherapy.com

Samantha Barr MA, LPC, NCC - Eating Disorder Care

Samantha Barr MA, LPC, NCC - Eating Disorder Care

Pronouns she/her

Credentials MA, LPC, NCC

Bio So, your relationship with food has brought you here, but maybe you’re unsure if what you consider some form of overeating warrants seeking professional help. You don't have to suffer from anorexia and/or bulimia to "deserve" treatment and support. People who are enduring binge and emotional eating are often blamed (by themselves and others) for their use of food. If this is you, you may believe you have no "will power" and your relationship with food/body is your "fault". You aren't yet aware there are reasons (always other than will power) that explain your experience with food/body. You are not to blame. My mission is to help you find relief, so that food is just food again—free of stress and shame. I specialize in the treatment of binge eating disorder, compulsive overeating, emotional overeating, eating addiction, and their related struggles, such as depression. To help you become fully present, and live a life not overshadowed by worry. I believe in harnessing your critical thinking skills to help you create positive change. I'll encourage you to keep asking "why" and questioning thoughts or values to determine for yourself what‘s important (instead of defaulting to what "should" be important). This authenticity and conviction translate to all other areas of life.

Website https://eatingdisordercare.com/

Bre Syron-Bloom Health & Wellness Promotion

Bre Syron-Bloom Health & Wellness Promotion

Pronouns She/Her

Credentials RD, LD

Bio Bre graduated from culinary school with a passion for cooking and helping others learn to enjoy all aspects of food. She uses an individualized hands-on approach to help promote positive behavior change and discover ways to overcome obstacles in order to reach realistic goals. She uses activities such as grocery store tours, snack and meal sessions, food flexibility opportunities, and cooking classes to help clients meet their goals. She is a non-diet, weight inclusive dietitian who believes that there are no good or bad foods and all foods fit. Bre is compassionate and sensitive to food preferences being mindful of budget, time constraints, family dynamics and access to food.

Address 333

City Beaverton

Phone 503-941-6827

Website https://bewellatbloom.com/

Juliana Allen

Juliana Allen

Pronouns She/Her

Credentials Certified Breathwork Facilitator

Bio I’m Juliana, the Founder at Reclaiming Juliana. I share a breathwork practice dedicated to empowering womxn to reclaim their bodies, minds, and spirits. In a world that demands so much of us, I hold space for you to reconnect with your inner wisdom, honor your truth, and cultivate deep self-care. My mission is to guide you back home to yourself, providing tools and support to rediscover the beauty and power within. As a later in life lesbian who spent a lifetime disconnected from my body, I understand first hand how important learning how to connect to your inner knowing is. I combine somatic breathwork with trauma-informed training to gently guide you home to yourself.

Address 509 Main

City Oregon City

Phone 5036805906

Website http://reclaimingjuliana.com/

Lauren Hansen

Lauren Hansen

Pronouns she/her

Credentials LPC Registered Associate

Bio Lauren specializes in working with adults and teens (ages 16+) who struggle with eating disorders, disordered eating, body image issues, ADHD, anxiety, self-discovery, and LGBTQ+ acceptance. Her therapeutic style centers around self-compassion, empowerment, and self-exploration to help clients align with their authentic selves. She believes that the client's experience in therapy should be as unique as they are, and integrates different modalities based on the client's personality, goals, and preferences. Lauren is a bit of an astrology nerd, cat mom (but dogs are awesome too!), and is always hooked on a new hyperfixation hobby. Feel free to ask her about it! She is able to see clients via telehealth in Oregon and Washington.

Address 1110 SE Alder St.

City Portland

Phone 971-220-1978

Website https://www.liveasyouwellness.com/

Louisa Borecki

Louisa Borecki

Pronouns she/her

Credentials MscN

Bio Louisa is a food relationship coach and nutritionist on eating disorder recovery teams for individuals stepping into or down from residential treatment. Louisa’s counseling is grounded in trauma informed, clinical nutritional. She brings a verve for life, food, and humor into her work to create a space of radical self compassion for her clients to question absolutes and explore their own body’s intrinsic answer to the eternal question, “what is the right way to eat?

Address 6110 N Lombard St

City Portland

Phone 503-897-9711

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Amanda Ludka, LPC

Amanda Ludka, LPC

Pronouns she/her

Credentials LPC, Certified Body Trust Provider

Bio I became a counselor because I am passionate about healing! I believe that people have the ability to change and improve their lives in ways they never thought possible. I work hard to cultivate a space of warmth, kindness and safety so that we can explore this territory together. You can expect me to be compassionate, warm, determined and fierce in our work together, loyal and tenacious in advocating for you. I look forward to empowering and motivating you in a safe, non-judgmental space where the therapeutic process will be tailored to fit your needs. I have cared for people with a broad range of challenges including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, relationship concerns, grief & loss, life transitions, addiction and trauma. I also specialize in eating disorders. ​Some of the treatment orientations I work from include: Person-Centered, Existential-Humanistic, Internal Family Systems, Multicultural, Relational, Strength Based, Trauma Focused, Feminist, Integrative, HAES® (Health at Every Size), Body Trust® and Sand Tray. In terms of my education and training, I earned my Master of Arts degree in Clinical Mental Health from George Fox University and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Oregon (no. C5818). I am a Certified Body Trust® Provider with Be Nourished and have completed Level 1 training in Internal Family Systems (IFS).

Website https://www.amandaludka.com/

Elke Schleiss, RD, LD

Elke Schleiss, RD, LD

Pronouns she/her/hers

Credentials RD, LD

Bio As a registered dietitian and nutrition counselor, I partner with people exploring questions and emotions surrounding food and their body.

Address 1393 SW Taylors Ferry Road

City Portland

Phone 9712219362

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Jessica Palmini

Jessica Palmini

Pronouns she/her

Credentials professional counselor associate- PCA

Bio Hi, I’m Jess and I am so glad you are here. Sometimes there are seasons in our lives where we feel stuck or lost, like we don’t measure up to the standards set around us. We may find ourselves struggling in our relationships, or even in old patterns of behavior we can’t seem to break. If you find yourself in this space today, I am here to help. I am honored to walk alongside clients as a compassionate listener and guide and believe in a strengths-based and collaborative approach to healing. In my work as a therapist, I utilize narrative therapy in order to assist clients in discovering how past and present experiences have shaped the story of their lives. I am also a HAES-aligned practitioner with experience in working with individuals struggling with eating disorders.

Address 6018 SE Stark St

City Portland

Phone 541-517-9733

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Jess Palmini, MA

Ericka Martin

Ericka Martin

Pronouns she/her

Credentials LMHC, LPC

Bio (Not taking new clients) I specialize in treating anxiety disorders, such as social anxiety, panic disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. Many people who come to see me also struggle with body image struggles and disordered eating. I am a certified eating disorder counselor that operates from a Health at Every Size perspective.

Address 10000 NE 7th Ave

City Vancouver

Phone 360-952-3070

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Jill Strasser

Jill Strasser

Credentials Psychologist

Address 2545 E Burnside Street

City Portland

Phone (503) 901-5218

Website http://drjillstrasser.com

Susan Stormer Ph.D.

Susan Stormer Ph.D.

Pronouns she/her/hers

Credentials Ph.D.

Bio **As of 3/1/2024, I currently have limited availability for new clients** I work with individuals who struggle with feelings of anxiety, depression, and grief in many areas of life. Feeling overwhelmed is common in difficult times, and being misunderstood or judged by others can make things feel harder. I provide a warm and supportive environment while sharing information and skills to help you improve your relationship to yourself and others. All people need to feel like they have influence in their lives, healthy connections with others, and the ability to make effective changes when things aren't going well. Let's explore together to create goals that will develop your strengths. My specialties include helping adults 18 and over who face challenges with body image and eating concerns, traumatic experiences, and behavior patterns that may be related to physical as well as mental health. I have experience providing Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for mood and anxiety difficulties. I welcome you to visit my website for more information and click on the button that says "Join My Waitlist". I wish you well in your journey towards health and happiness, and would be honored if you invited me to join you.

Address 916 SW King Ave.

City Portland

Phone 503-902-5000

Website https://www.stormerpsychology.com

ERC Pathlight

ERC Pathlight

Bio A Nationwide Leader in Eating Disorder Treatment *35 centers across the country, plus nationwide virtual treatment. *Over 20,000+ patients and their families guided into recovery. *Specialized treatment designed for adults, children and adolescents of all genders.

Address 1231 116th Ave NE

City Bellevue

Phone 877-825-8584

Website https://www.eatingrecoverycenter.com/

Haley Jones

Haley Jones

Pronouns They/them

Credentials Licensed Professional Counselor, Clinical Supervisor

Bio Hello! I am currently offering clinical supervision to professional counselor associates and marriage and family associates in the state of Oregon.

Address 1905 NW 29th Ave

City Portland

Phone 5034223531

Website https://wildwoodtherapycenter.com/

Valerie Edwards

Valerie Edwards

Pronouns she/her

Credentials MS, RDN, LD

Bio I believe that food plays an important role in connecting us to ourselves and also to those we care about. When an eating disorder or disordered eating develops, it disrupts the relationship with oneself and with others. My goal is to meet you where you are in your recovery process and help you begin or continue your journey. For some individuals, that means having a more structured approach to eating, and for others it means giving yourself permission to eat more freely. My style is to be honest and straightforward, and to support you in finding better ways to nourish your body. If you enjoy being active, and are healthy enough to do so, we can also work on motivations for being active and improving your relationship with physical movement. My approach tends to be direct and supportive, always working within a treatment team. I hope to help you understand why you have used eating disorder behaviors from a nutrition perspective, and help you learn to let them go. I practice from a HAES, non-diet and weight inclusive approach.

Address 520 SW Yamhill St

City Portland

Phone (503) 319-2564

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