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Credentials PsyD, RD
Bio I am a licensed psychologist and registered dietitian with over 25 years of experience. I specialize in working with people with health-related issues.
Address 704 Columbia St
City Hood River
Pronouns She/ Her
Bio Gina is a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice with Looking Glass Counseling, specializing in somatic practices for the treatment of complex trauma, eating disorders and relationships. She utilizes Internal Family Systems theory, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing and Emotion Focused Therapy.
Address 4314 N Mississippi Ave
Bio Hello! I'm Dr. Michelle, a naturopathic physician currently offering telehealth services and licensed in both OR and WA. I am also affiliated with Advantage Health Collective and can see patients in person in Longview, WA or through my private practice at http://www.michelleritoland.com. I graduated from the National University of Natural Medicine in 2021 with my Doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine. While at NUNM, I participated in additional coursework in Integrative Mental Health, Eating Disorders, and Cranio-Sacral Therapy. I honor each patient's journey and will take the time necessary to get to know and understand you to assess for the root cause of any acute or chronic symptoms. My evaluation may include specialized laboratory testing and referrals to specialists if necessary. I offer comprehensive treatment plans that address the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual needs of my patients and collaborate with them to find the treatment that best fits their current needs and resources. I offer botanical medicine, homeopathy, flower essence therapy, nutraceutical recommendations, lifestyle modification coaching, and prescription medications as necessary. I am passionate about treating people equitably, finding and treating the underlying cause of disease, and helping you bring peace into your relationships with yourself and your body as well as your relationship with food. As a larger bodied person first and a medical provider second I understand the challenges faced by those of us who struggle with fatphobia in medicine and work diligently to provide the best possible care through a HAES and Intuitive Eating perspective.
Address 1404 NE 134th St
Phone (360) 450-5778
Bio My practice is tailored toward high-functioning professional women who struggle with issues of overachieving, poor body image, low self-esteem and imposter syndrome. Typically, these concerns coalesce with a lack of good self-care and present in the form of over-working, putting others' needs above her own and often result in ineffective coping strategies such as emotional eating, substance use and dysregulated sleep. I work with clients to help restore balance to thoughts and behaviors, in an effort to help move them toward valued living.
Address 3225 Willamette Street, Suite 3A
Phone 1 (541) 844-4250
Address 2545 E Burnside Street
Phone (503) 901-5218
Credentials M.A., L.P.C.
Bio Adult Individual Therapy & Counseling (Please note: as of 10/2021 this practice is temporarily full.) Are you sensitive; or, sad or anxious? Are there questions in your relationships? Do you struggle with problem thought or behavior patterns? Are you distressed by memory of childhood neglect or other trauma? Do you feel shame or regret about yourself, your eating or your body? I help clients to explore and come to terms with issues like these. My education, training and work have given me detailed perspectives about some of the concerns that trouble people - as well as the underlying challenges and complicated feelings that come up in dealing with them. Approach A broad, psychodynamic and integrative background help me work openly, sensitively and flexibly with clients to meet their goals in therapy. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I practice within the profession's highest ethical standards, which includes respect for diversity. Fees & Beyond My standardized fee is $165 for a fifty-minute appointment. When needed I work to set a discounted rate or extended sessions for therapy if for privacy or other reasons people prefer not to use insurance. At this time I primarily offer teletherapy services. Evening and weekend hours are available.
Credentials MS, RD, LD
Bio My name is Rose (she/her) and I am weight-inclusive, Health At Every Size™ (HAES™) aligned, Registered Dietitian in Bend, Oregon specializing in eating disorders care. Eating can be complicated, stressful, and overwhelming. My goal is to help you develop a positive relationship with food, movement, and your body so that you can fully participate and feel present in your life. I am fiercely passionate about providing equitable care for all humans. Every single body is welcome here. Talking about food and bodies is tough, and I strive to provide a compassionate and safe space for you to start exploring what it might be like to fully feel free.
Address 2863 NW Crossing Drive Suite 218
Phone (458) 206-3404
Bio I specialize in working with adults of all genders dealing with eating disorders and all that accompanies them: trauma, anxiety, depression, as well as spirituality and identity development. In session, we use a person-centered approach, and often incorporate principles of attachment/psychodynamic theory as well as skills and tools from CBT and DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), and Radically Open DBT. Sociological and multicultural perspectives can also help us understand the beliefs we hold about ourselves. Most importantly, no one understands a client better than the client themselves - I see it as my job to help you, by your side.
Address 780 Commercial St SE
Phone (971) 599-1519
Bio I collaborate with people to help them live a more authentic, connected life. I approach counseling with a deep empathy and belief in the power of your strengths and encourage insight, empowerment and self-compassion. I rely on the creation of a strong therapeutic relationship and targeted interventions to do so. I work with people looking to heal their relationship to food and their body; those with eating disorders; people struggling with anxiety and depression, those coping with grief and loss, those who are navigating identity challenges and people healing from personal, systemic and interpersonal trauma. My counseling style is sincere, collaborative, validating and often filled with nerdy metaphors, a good laugh and pet stories.
Address 5200 SW Macadam Ave Suite #350
Bio ACCEPTING CLIENTS: OHP and Private Pay. Whether this is your first time in therapy or you have been in therapy before, welcome. You are right where you need to be and I am so glad that you are taking the brave step in reaching out. I work with children, teens and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, OCD, life transitions, grief and loss, suicidality and self-harm. I am passionate about working with the LGBTQ+ community. My specialty is working with eating disorders, body image distress, and those coping with acute or chronic health conditions. When working with children, teens, and families with history of eating disorders and body image distress, I utilize a Health at Every Size Approach (HAES) in my work. Specific modalities I use with clients are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Internal Family Systems, and Family Based Treatment. I work with the client to understand which modality works best for them. My approach to therapy is joining you through a compassion focused lens. When working together, I will help you understand how your behaviors may have protected you in the past. Together, we can work to let go of harmful behaviors and integrate more adaptive coping mechanisms into your daily life. We will work together to integrate the parts of you that can get you to feeling like your more authentic self.
Address 6950 SW Hampton St Suite 310
Credentials LCMHC, LMHC, LPC, NCC
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,
Phone (360) 553-1062
Bio At Center for Discovery, we’re passionate about providing compassionate care that utilizes the very best evidence-based treatment options. In fact, we’re celebrating 25 years of helping thousands of patients discover their path to the full and rewarding lives they deserve. With us, you’ll have a team of experts who will design a treatment plan that’s just as unique as you are. You’ll learn about what’s underlying your eating disorder. You’ll practice new coping skills, including how to forge a healthier relationship with food through hands-on meal preparation. You’ll join us at one of our intimate estate-style homes or small outpatient centers that promote healing and personalized attention. And when you’re ready to return home, you’ll continue to receive recovery support for life through our Aftercare Program. Lasting recovery can start today. Please reach out. We are here for you, and with you.
Address 533 241st Lane SE
Credentials Acupuncturist & Herbalist (LAc, MSOM)
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
Credentials LMFT, RDN
Bio I believe that language creates meaning in our lives to the extent that our problems can become totalizing and we begin to believe we are our problems. Problems with food, body image, and movement become “disordered” when they evolve into a singular expression of a person’s identity, masking the intricate threads that make us all unique, creative individuals. I am interested in collaborating with my clients to re-author the problematic stories that have glossed over their unique threads. I do this by encouraging the development of “preferred stories”, enhancing personal agency by exposing other invisibilized narratives and values and asking what are the effects of the stories we tell ourselves. I believe it is vitally important to expose our assumptions, values, beliefs and implicit biases, as well of those of our environment and society at large, in order to move out of binary thinking. I employ a variety of therapeutic techniques including but not limited to CBT, ACT and Mindfulness. I am influenced by Narrative, Post-Modern theories and Emotionally Focused Family Therapy (EFFT). Additionally, I am a Level Two Graduate in Sensorimotor Training and am a trauma informed therapist. Formal Education: I hold a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from Antioch University Los Angeles. Major coursework included systems theory, personality theory, child and adolescent development, group treatment methods and psychological testing. Antioch provides itself on linking theory and practice through personal, clinical and societal applications of learning in addition to experiential learning and support for creativity.
Credentials LPC, LMHC
Bio I see individuals who are experiencing feelings of depression, anxiety, body image issues, relational distress, spiritual issues, grief/loss, and eating disorders. Many of my clients are trying to cope with the effects of trauma in their life in addition to feelings of insecurity, perfectionism, self-hatred or shame. If any of this sounds like you, I want you to know that you are not alone and counseling can help. It takes great courage to seek counseling, and I can help you develop insight into yourself, learn new tools for coping, find your voice, and seek healing from your past. Additionally, I have over ten years of experience working with clients in eating disorder recovery and utilize a Haes and intuitive eating informed approach to recovery and treatment. My counseling approach is holistic and informed by the relationship between mind, body and soul. I strive to provide a compassionate and hope-filled experience for each of my clients. I draw from EMDR, IFS, attachment, and psychodynamic therapy, while also utilizing other tools tailored to each individual I work with. I am committed to helping you restore and live fully into who you are created to be and I would be honored to walk with you during this part of your story
Address 2000 NE 42nd Ave
Phone (503) 422-8168