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Credentials LMHC, LPC
Bio Life can be as painful as it is beautiful. It’s not always easy to be our true selves. We are here to support you in living life authentically and without shame - to be confident in the person you truly are. Together we will celebrate the positives and work through the challenges that life presents. We believe your personal goals can be achieved and your struggles can be overcome with support that meets your needs. We can move from a place of insecurity to a state of knowing who you are and how to be in this world. We will provide a safe and non-judgmental environment in which to discover yourself. We feel at home in the work that we do and genuinely look forward to empowering you in the life that you lead.
Address 717 NE 61st St.
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
Credentials MPH MS RDN
Address 28 SE 28th Avenue Unit 409
Bio Alsana is an eating recovery community and treatment provider that helps adult clients of all genders achieve lasting eating disorder recovery and whole health. We offer clients individualized, holistic treatment programming that is built on the foundation of our Adaptive Care Model®. This allows our treatment teams to address and help heal all areas of clients’ lives- including relational and movement-related challenges that often go untreated with traditional ED care models. With in-person residential, partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient programs in California, Alabama, and Missouri, and virtual programs that serve clients across the U.S., our compassionate team of eating disorder treatment professionals is committed to meeting each unique client where they are in their recovery journey.
Phone (408) 239-9584
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
Credentials PA-C, MPAS
Bio I’ve been practicing primary care for nearly 10 years and I love seeing a variety of patients, but I especially enjoy mental health, women’s health, and chronic condition management. I’m relatively new to Health at Every Size (HAES) and Intuitive Eating (IE) and I’m still learning about eating disorders/treatment. My clinic isn’t fully HAES aligned (yet). This is a work in progress since the system in which I work and the medical system at large is still weight centered, and I feel it’s important to be transparent about that. I collaborate with a network of local eating disorder (ED) specialists and have a growing panel of ED patients but I am not an expert in the field. I do not believe that weight is an indicator of health and by pivoting focus elsewhere, can help patients meet their needs. My goal is to meet each patient with compassion and understanding, wherever they are in their journey, and to be a partner for their health. I’m LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, and kink/poly aware and affirming. I practice trauma informed care and welcome body size/ability diversity. My positionality: I’m a cis gendered, straight, able bodied, straight sized, intuitively eating, white woman. *** To inquire about services or become a new patient, please call or text my office at 503-359-4773. The email is not monitored regularly nor HIPPA compliant and will not be answered. Thank you!***
Address Mountain View Medical Center
City Forest Grove
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
Address 2153 SW Main Street
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 4730 S MACADAM AVE
Bio I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 15 years of experience helping individuals find growth and better health through therapy. I have specialization and interest in treating anxiety, disordered eating, body image, trauma, pregnancy and postpartum issues. I utilize a blend of approaches, including mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, EMDR and more. As a relational therapist, I also bring focus to the ways in which your struggles are impacting your relationships and how relationship dynamics are impacting you. We will work collaboratively to help you understand yourself and others, change what you can, and increase acceptance. Meaning, purpose and valued living are often part of the conversation.
Address 8113 SE 13th Ave
Bio Julie is a Licensed Professional Counselor who received her M.A. in Professional Mental Health Counseling with an emphasis and certificate in Eating Disorders from Lewis & Clark College. Julie specializes in eating disorders, body image-related, anxiety, depression, trauma, and life-transitions. She emphasizes Health at Every Size®, Intuitive Eating, mindfulness based practices, body-mind connection, Internal Family Systems and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.
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
Bio Pediatric eating disorder treatment program offering inpatient stabilization, PHP/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
Phone (503) 249-8851
Address 3400 SE 196th Ave
Bio Mary Rose NW Boutique was started after recognizing the need for a clothing shop that focused on body acceptance, self-love, and helping all bodies feel beautiful and confident in their clothes. The three pillars of Mary Rose include sustainability, inclusion, and social justice. We have implemented sustainability in regards to appropriate wages and ethical treatment given to all people that come in contact with the garments and also the end product of eco-friendly clothes in many sizes. Currently, Mary Rose carries sizes XXS-6X with the goal of expanding the sizes offered. Located in downtown Oregon City and online, the goal is to make ethical fashion simple, elegant, and inclusive. Mary Rose Boutique also has a nonprofit, the Mary Rose Foundation, that helps fund treatment for those struggling with the financial burden of eating disorder treatment. A portion of all sales at the boutique is donated to the Foundation.
Address 509 Main St
City Oregon City