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Samantha Hynes

Samantha Hynes

Pronouns She/her/hers

Credentials LMFT

Phone 4074512557

Website http://www.samanthahyneslmft.com

Abri Radically Open DBT

Abri Radically Open DBT

Credentials Ph.D., LCSW, LPC, RD

Bio Abri Radically Open DBT is a full fidelity RO DBT clinic for the treatment of disorders of over-control including Anorexia Nervosa. All clinicians (including a dietician) have been intensively trained in RO DBT. We also offer treatment in other modalities including ACT, EMDR (among others) and have a specialist on site in misophonia. We are a diverse group of clinicians who strive to make this treatment available to all who might benefit. We offer individual therapy, nutrition therapy and RO DBT classes for both adolescents and adults.

Address 520 SW Yamhill St., Ste. 345

City Portland

Phone 503-386-1515

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Haley Jones

Haley Jones

Pronouns They/them

Credentials Professional Counselor Associate

Bio I became a therapist due to my own lived experience! I believe that people have the ability to connect to an inner experience of expansion, curiosity, and growth. Through mindfulness, self-compassion, mind-body connection, and exploring the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, the world, and other people, we can strengthen our connection our inner wisdom and sense of self. I view therapy as a collaborative process in which we both bring our own experiences and skills. I believe that we are all the experts of our own experiences. I view myself as a facilitator of slowing down, self-compassion, connecting with the ways in which feelings exist in our body, and exploring the ways in which we respond to our feelings and thoughts. I received additional training in working with folks dealing with eating disorders through the Center for Body Trust. I approach therapy from a feminist and anti-oppressive lens. I am continuously educating myself to provide therapy that is neurodiversity affirming, sex-positive, pro-disability justice, polyam-friendly, trauma-informed, queer and trans-affirming, Health at Every Size™, and fat positive. As a white provider, I am committed to doing my own anti-white supremacy and anti-racist work.

Address 1905 NW 29th Ave

City Portland

Phone 5034223531

Website https://www.thequeercounselor.com/

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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Ericka Martin

Kartini Clinic for Children and Families

Kartini Clinic for Children and Families

Bio Pediatric eating disorder treatment program offering inpatient stabilization, in person PHP, in person IOP, virtual IOP and outpatient follow-up for children 6 to 18 years old. We practice in the knowledge that parents don't cause eating disorders and children don't choose to have them.

Address 3530 N. Vancouver Avenue

City Portland

Phone (503) 249-8851

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Jamie Watson

Jamie Watson

Pronouns she/her

Bio I am currently working on my Eating Disorder Certificate through Lewis & Clark College. I believe in building a strong rapport with my clients by using warmth, humor, and empathy. I work collaboratively with clients to identify and ensure their needs are being met. I work from a Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused, Strengths Based approach.

Phone (971) 380-4098

Website https://www.westernpsych.com/directory/jamie-watson

Maria Hicks LAc Northwest Family Acupuncture

Maria Hicks LAc Northwest Family Acupuncture

Pronouns She/they

Bio My practice is an open and inclusive practice that is affirming of all genders, sexual orientations, body types, abilities and ages. In addition to CREDN, I am a member of ASDAH (Association for Size Diversity and Health, promoting the principles of Health at Every Size), and the Worsley Institute of Classical Five Element Studies. I work to help individuals achieve better health and a sense of ease in their lives and, in this way, to support family and community well-being. I approach my practice from a social justice lens.

Address 4530 SW HALL BLVD

City BEAVERTON

Phone 9713191046

Website https://www.northwestfamilyacupuncture.com/

Amy Caldwell

Amy Caldwell

Pronouns She/her

Bio Amy recently moved to the PNW from New England. She graduated with her Masters in Counseling in 2013 from the University of Colorado - Denver. Amy has a background as a teacher, school counselor, and long distance running coach. Amy supports clients by helping them build a balanced relationship with food, movement, and their desire for change.

Address 601 Main St,

City Vancouver

Phone (360) 553-1062

Website https://levitatelifestyle.clientsecure.me/

Alli Williams with PDX Nutrition

Alli Williams with PDX Nutrition

Pronouns she/her

Bio I specialize in Medical Nutrition Therapy as well as mental health nutrition which includes disordered eating, eating disorders, and psychiatric health. I have extensive experience working 6.5 years specifically with psychiatry and believe all bodies deserve proper food access and the healthcare they deserve. Prior to my private practice, I worked in higher levels of care with eating disorders and greatly enjoyed this time helping those curate a better relationship with food. Additionally, I work part-time in the acute clinical setting where I work DAILY to advocate for my patients and have no fear in standing up to other medical providers.

Website https://www.pdx-nutrition.org

Jordan Hubchik

Jordan Hubchik

Pronouns she/her

Bio I bring my authentic self to sessions with my clients, as well as creativity, collaboration, and a bit of humor. I enjoy using a combination of art therapy and traditional talk therapies to help my clients reach a greater sense of wellness in their lives. Most of my clients are adolescents (ages 14+) and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, trauma, and/or eating disorders. I work often with clients who are neurodivergent thinkers (ADHD, Autism), and/or folx who identify as members of the "rainbow" community (LGBTQIA2S+).

Address Telehealth only

City Tigard

Phone (503) 713-5674

Website https://www.arttherapynook.com/

Jake Curtis

Jake Curtis

Pronouns he/him

Address 10151 SW Barbur Blvd, Ste 205DA

City Portland

Phone 5033474997

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Michelle Woehrle

Michelle Woehrle

Pronouns she/her

Bio Within Health provides comprehensive, personalized and virtual treatment for those suffering from eating disorders. Built on a tech-enabled and digitally native platform, Within brings full multidisciplinary teams, remote patient monitoring, food delivery and aftercare - all into the home - to increase access, improve outcomes and promote healing for tens of millions of Americans. We offer virtual partial hospitalization programs (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) levels of care, depending on each individual client’s needs and progress. All scheduling is flexible and determined on an individual basis. Treating ages 13+ and all genders.

Address 3 Maple St

City Centereach

Phone (631) 871-4144

Website https://withinhealth.com/

Katie Rogers

Katie Rogers

Pronouns she/her

Bio Katie is a non-diet registered dietitian specializing in helping clients heal their relationship with food and body. She works with a variety of clients including: eating disorders and disordered eating, chronic dieting, body image and weight concerns, pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes, lipid disorders, sports nutrition and more. While she practices with an individualized approach, Katie's foundational philosophy of instilling trust, honor, and flexibility with food stands true for all. Her private practice is currently accepting new clients. She is licensed in both Oregon and Washington.

City Portland

Phone (971)259-3759

Website http://www.katierogersnutrition.com

Brave Acorn

Brave Acorn

Bio When a green shoot first comes out of an acorn, it breaks apart the acorn’s shell in the process. To the oak tree it will eventually become, this moment may be looked back on as break-through. But to the acorn itself, this first stage can only ever be experienced as breakdown. Moving from breakdown to breakthrough requires courage to sit with that fragile, newly emerging version of self until it becomes bigger and stronger than what came before. We here at Brave Acorn help people in the greater Portland area align body, mind, emotions, and intersectional identities in their daily lives. We nurture strong roots for personal growth and welcome people of all sizes, races, religions, gender identities, and sexual orientations. We are trauma-trained, take a Health at Every Size approach to food and weight issues, and encourage people to work with their body and emotions as allies (rather than enemies) on their journey towards growth and healing.

Address 1675 SW Marlow Ave

City Portland

Phone 503-709-5137

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Kenz Taggatz, LPC

Kenz Taggatz, LPC

Pronouns They/She

Bio After growing up in the Midwest, I moved out to the West Coast to complete my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies from San Diego State University. Following graduation, I moved up to Portland, Oregon where I earned my Master of Arts in Professional Counseling. I chose Lewis and Clark not only for its verdant tree-covered campus, but because the programs and coursework emphasized building a therapeutic practice grounded in social justice and anti-oppression. Additionally, I completed the Lewis and Clark Eating Disorders Certificate Program which included numerous courses in that specialty area, covering topics such as Health at Every Size (HAES), mind-body connection, and the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders. As part of my graduate program, I completed an internship with a local eating disorder treatment center where I had the opportunity to work with adolescent and adult clients of all genders at the Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) levels of care. Following my graduation from Lewis and Clark, I had the privilege of staying on as a Primary Therapist there before being given the opportunity to help open a new adult Residential Treatment Center (RTC). Several theories and paradigms inform my practice, many of which you can see listed in the “Therapeutic Toolbox” section below. I allow my passion and curiosity to guide me in pursuing new trainings, community discussions, justice work, and other opportunities for personal and professional growth. Ultimately, my approach to therapy is rooted in compassion, connection, and curiosity. I also bring plenty of playfulness, humor, and authenticity into the therapeutic space and encourage clients to do the same. I hope to walk with you in your growth process and help you recognize your inherent strength, resilience, worthiness, and wisdom. Your experience is unique, and you are the expert on your life. Our work together will benefit from mutual, reciprocal openness and honest communication. Engaging in therapy is hard work, and I want to acknowledge the time, energy, and courage that it takes for you to commit yourself to this process. I look forward and am honored to work with you in your pursuit of growth, healing, and liberation. TOOLS IN MY THERAPEUTIC TOOLBOX Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Attachment Theory Couples Erotic Flow Creative Expression Eco-Therapy concepts Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Internal Family Systems concepts Intersectional Feminist Therapy Janina Fisher’s Model of Structural Dissociation and “Transforming the Living Legacy of Trauma” framework Language of Emotions Mindful Self Compassion Narrative Therapy Polyvagal Theory Somatic therapy concepts Strengths- and Passion-Based

Address 1675 SW Marlow Ave, Suite 315

City Portland

Phone 971-345-5166

Website

KENZ TAGGATZ, LPC

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