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Address 2153 SW Main Street
Bio Finding the right support is so important to overcoming an eating disorder and unfortunately too many people are left feeling like they are a failure when they are unable to change on their own. Making the decision to seek out support can be daunting but it is an extremely important first step towards healing. The fact that you are here shows you are ready to move forward to build on the steps that you have taken so far. I work to join with clients to help them continue to move down the path of recovery. I bring over 20 years of experience specializing in the treatment of eating disorders at a partial hospital level of care to my work. I approach this with a deep knowledge base of the physical, emotional and social consequences of disordered eating which aids me in supporting clients to find lasting change. I provide a safe and supportive environment to work in collaboration with you to challenge eating disorder behavior. I strive to balance this with providing honest open reflection to help meet you where you are. I utilize the exploration of unhelpful thinking and behavioral patterns meeting clients where they are at in the process of change and helping them progress.
Address Therapy offered via telehealth
Bio Suzanne specializes in problems of eating disorders and negative body image in addition to working with adolescents (age 14+), parents, substance use disorders, anxiety, and racial identity. Her therapeutic style focuses on helping clients use self-compassion, aligning with their values, and utilizing their superpowers to live their greatest life. Suzanne has lived in Portland for 20 years, but she is a Minnesotan. She is a mom of two elementary-aged kids and has a boxer-lab mix named Oscar DoggyHoya. In her free time, Suzanne enjoys watching her children play sports, Zumba classes, and watching anything Marvel.
Address 9725 Beaverton Hillsdale Hwy. Suite 210A
Credentials MS, RD, LDN
Bio Jocelyn (she/her/hers) specializes in nutrition therapy for individuals affected by eating disorders or disordered eating. She sees adults, teenagers, and caregivers of young children. Jocelyn has been working in the eating disorder field since 2013 with employment at Carolina House’s residential, partial hospitalization (PHP), and intensive outpatient (IOP) programs. She has been working in the private practice setting since 2017 where she continues to use principles from Intuitive Eating, Health At Every Size®, and Ellyn Satter’s Division of Responsibility in Feeding. Jocelyn has extensive experience supporting clients both nutritionally and therapeutically while using a trauma-informed lens. Her goal is to provide highly individualized care for clients, and their loved ones, as they find a more peaceful and sustainable relationship with food. A Raleigh native, Jocelyn received her Master’s degree in Nutrition from Meredith College. She obtained two undergraduate degrees from Appalachian State University: one in nutrition, and a second in psychology. Jocelyn works in NE Portland, and provides telehealth for residents in: OR, WA, and states where a license for nutrition therapy is not required. Feel free to inquire about various states. Jocelyn will eventually hold in-person sessions in a NE Portland office.
Address 827 NE Alberta St
Credentials MPH MS RDN
Address 28 SE 28th Avenue Unit 409
Credentials MS, RDN, LDN, CEDRD-S
Bio I help clients to heal their relationship with food and their bodies. I assist adolescents and adults recovering from eating disorders as well as those who are interested in cultivating a sustainable, flexible, pleasurable approach to nourishing themselves. I believe all bodies and identities are deserving of respectful care and provide weight-inclusive nutrition therapy to assist individuals in achieving their health goals. As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with 7 years of experience in higher levels of care and outpatient practice, my career has centered on eating disorder recovery work as well as supporting clients who want to take care of themselves without falling into the cycle of dieting or disordered eating.
Address 5201 SW Westgate Dr Bldg B
Phone (971) 319-1288
Credentials RDN, LD
Bio Our nutrition team can help you with: Body Image and Weight concerns, Binge Eating Disorder, Intuitive Eating and Mindfulness, Pre-diabetes and Type 2 Diabetes, Peace with food, ending the diet mentality and practicing joyful eating. Lynae starts with a focus on food neutrality and positive body image. She begins with really getting to know the person and making sure they get in touch with their mind and body. That is a massive step toward a healthier relationship with food. She works with each person individually as opposed to jumping right into a one size fits all kind of plan. She listens to each person’s struggles, needs, and goals and helping do what it takes to get there one step at a time.
Address 581 W. 17th Ave
Credentials RDN, LD
Bio I offer one-time visits and ongoing care in a supportive, weight inclusive environment to heal from diet culture, disordered eating and digestive distress. Sessions are collaborative, and encourage listening to your body wisdom, while holding space for and acknowledging body disruptors (trauma, oppression, illness). As a dietitian, I am here to help you navigate diet claims and food rules (what is true for you?), understand your own physiology (why does my body respond this way?) and develop a relationship to food and your body that aligns with your values and goals. Medical nutrition therapy is incorporated, as appropriate, to support blood sugar control, heart health, sports nutrition, digestion, including irritable bowel syndrome, and polycystic ovarian syndrome. Food beliefs that cause anxiety and shame are also considered, as both can influence symptoms and well-being.
Address 5200 SW MACADAM AVE STE 350
Credentials LICSW, RDT
Bio Stephanie is a clinical social worker (Portland State University) and Registered Drama Therapist (NADTA). She's worked in hospitals and treatment centers (all levels of care) for over 15 years. Stephanie has a passion for working with young adults and adults struggling with body image and disordered eating, learning differences, those affected by grief/loss and chronic illness. She is also an LGBTQQIA affirming provider. She served on the Columbia River Eating Disorders Network (CREDN) Board 2018-2020 and loves to volunteer and help serve the community.
Address 951 Officers Row
Credentials ND, MS
Bio Dr WendyLeigh White, a licensed naturopathic doctor and nondiet weight-neutral nutritionist, takes a “nature cure” approach to prevention and healing in her clinical practice, teaching, and speaking. She has maintained a clinical practice since 2008 and taught at the graduate level 2016-2021. In 2020, she was included in the Portland Monthly’s Top Doctors, Naturopath category. She provides naturopathic care, nutrition counseling, and Visionary Craniosacral Work (VCSW) at Deep Roots Family Medicine. Her aim is to empower every one of her patients/clients/students, especially those in larger bodies, to understand the interconnected systems of your body and its specific needs. In this way, you learn to tune in to the signals your body is telling you. Only then can you give it what it needs to heal, to thrive, to learn how not to follow in your family’s medical footprints. Building from a “nature cure” philosophy (food, water, air, movement, relationships), Dr White specializes in developing personalized lifestyle plans that align to your unique genetic makeup and lifestyle. She enjoys coaching people who are needing support with blood sugar management, prediabetes, and Type 2 diabetes. Dr White is most passionate when she is speaking to groups about the body’s innate ability to heal itself and to keep itself in balance when supported appropriately.
Address 605 Union Street NE
Credentials Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Bio Hi, I'm Lindsay! I'm a half-Chinese, half-Jewish (non-practicing), female-identified, chronically-ill, fat human. My goal as a therapist is to increase individuals' understanding of their unique experiences in this world, the messages they have received from those around them, and how both of these can impact present life and relationships. I particularly enjoy working with those who exist in the in-between or grey areas of identity and experience; those who may feel unseen or unheard in their everyday lives. My therapy practice is trauma-informed, Health at Every Size oriented, and queer-affirming. I work to help develop awareness of how the systems around you may be contributing to current distress, relational issues, or feeling "stuck" or numb. I have experience working with individuals, couples, and families experiencing the impact of anxiety, depression, trauma, eating disorders, chronic illness, grief/loss, societal oppression, and stigma. My practice is informed by all of my experiences in the in-between spaces of society and identity. The pressure to pick a side or a label in order to be heard and feel included is an immense and often unseen struggle. I'm a strong advocate for breaking down the boxes we're told to fit into and allowing yourself to exist in the middle ground, the "both/and."
Address 1631 NE Broadway St #215
Credentials LMFT, LPC
Address 328 NE Failing St.
Bio Kelly specializes in perinatal mental health, eating disorders and body image issues. She utilizes several modalities with clients, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Mindfulness, Self-Compassion (Kristin Neff) Language of Emotions (Karla McLaren) Breath work and Yoga. Kelly is originally from New York City and studied at Manhattan College where she obtained both a Bachelor of Arts in Education (English) and a Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling. Kelly is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Oregon working in private practice.
Address 1509 SW Sunset Blvd.
Credentials Licensed Psychologist
Bio Laura A. Roberts, Psy.D. is a licensed Psychologist in Oregon and Washington. Dr. Roberts specializes in the treatment of anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating, anxiety, depression, trauma recovery and the issues of female children, adolescents and adults. Previous clinical experience includes teaching at the graduate school level, community presentations, adolescent and adult inpatient services, general outpatient therapy services since 1989, and specialized training in the integration of theology and clinical psychology within the Christian community. As a member of the Academy for Eating Disorders, the Columbia River Eating Disorder Network, and the American Psychological Association, Dr. Roberts draws from the research-based treatment fields of cognitive behavioral and family-based treatment, as well as working with local registered dieticians and medical providers as an outpatient team. In her free time, she enjoys equestrian activities, gardening, travel, service work in Africa, play with her rescue dogs and all forms of dance from hip hop to swing.
Address Cornerstone Clinical Services, PC