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Jamie Watson

Jamie Watson

Pronouns she/her

Credentials LMHC, LPC

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.

Email [email protected]

Phone (971) 380-4098

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

Kara Osburn

Kara Osburn

Pronouns she/her

Credentials RDN, LDN

Bio I offer individual nutrition counseling for those struggling in their relationship with food. My practice is rooted in the belief that true food freedom is possible and guided by the principles of Health at Every Size and Intuitive Eating. Whether exploring your relationship with food for the first time or stuck in the cycle of disordered eating, I can help. Sessions range from meal plan accountability to replacing the lies of diet culture with a value-aligned food philosophy of your own to riffing on the nostalgic power of Poptarts. Reach out to see if we're a good fit! Licensed in Oregon + Washington

Email [email protected]

Phone (210) 508-7894

Website https://www.eatingwithkara.com/

Suzanne Manser, PhD

Suzanne Manser, PhD

Pronouns she/her/hers

Credentials PhD

Bio I have specialized in treating adults with eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image issues for over 20 years. I work with people to understand the function of their eating disorder, find healthier ways to fulfill that function, and cultivate an identity and life that is not centered on food, weight, or body size. I promote body neutrality. Self-acceptance, finding meaning, and using mindfulness are importance pieces of my work. Please go to my website for more information.

Address 5050 NE Hoyt St.

City Portland

Phone 503-236-4343 x5

Website https://www.suzannemanserphd.com

Mary Rose NW Boutique/Mary Rose Foundation

Mary Rose NW Boutique/Mary Rose Foundation

Pronouns She/Her

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

Phone 5037700300

Website http://www.maryroseboutique.com

Jake Curtis

Jake Curtis

Pronouns he/him

Credentials MA, CADCI, NCC, LPC

Address 10151 SW Barbur Blvd, Ste 205DA

City Portland

Phone 5033474997

Website

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Nadine Luensman

Nadine Luensman

Pronouns they/them

Credentials LPC, LPC-A

Bio Nadine is a feminist therapist in the states of Washington and Oregon specializing in eating disorder recovery and religious trauma/deconstruction. After practicing in a University setting with college students, they worked at the residential level of care for two years. Nadine has experience working with clients ages 18-70, offering individual, relationship and family therapy, and group therapy for diverse groups of people. They are passionate about offering trauma informed and HAES informed care to fit each individual. Feel free to request a free consultation to ask any questions you might have.

Email [email protected]

City West Linn

Phone (360) 980-8562

Website https://goldencranecounseling.squarespace.com

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/

Peterson Nutrition Consulting

Peterson Nutrition Consulting

Pronouns She/her

Credentials RD, LD

Bio We provide non-diet, HAES informed, outpatient nutritional counseling to those struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating.

Email [email protected]

Address 296 E 5th Ave Suite 324

City Eugene

Phone (541) 556-5646

Website https://www.petersonnutritionconsulting.com

Jacque Mular, LMFT

Jacque Mular, LMFT

Pronouns she/her

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.

Email [email protected]

Phone 3234965552

Susanne Lietz

Susanne Lietz

Pronouns she/her

Credentials ND

Bio Susanne found her passion for medicine and healing in naturopathic medicine. She completed her Naturopathic Doctor degree at Bastyr University in Seattle, followed by a medical residency at the National University of Natural Medicine. Soon thereafter, Susanne and her husband celebrated the birth of their first baby. Susanne’s medical training and practice are based on the naturopathic philosophy, which holds that each individual has an innate drive and ability to heal. Using this foundation, Susanne is passionate about practicing patient-centered medicine and brings naturopathic modalities including nutrition, botanical medicine, body work, and homeopathy into her visits. In her approach to care she strives to recognize each person’s uniqueness and aims to foster a collaborative relationship to promote wellbeing.

Email [email protected]

Address 8210 SW 56th Ave

City Portland

Phone (415) 592-4031

Meredith Noble

Meredith Noble

Pronouns she/her

Credentials MA, Professional Counselor Associate, Certified Body Trust® Provider

Bio I am a counselor based in Portland and I offer telehealth services to adults throughout Oregon. I specialize in helping those who struggle with body shame and disordered eating, those dealing with trauma/complex PTSD/shame, and those who have chronic illness and/or pain. I use concepts from Health At Every Size®, Body Trust®, and fat liberation to help my clients forge peaceful relationships with their bodies and food. I also use experiential therapy (specifically a therapy called AEDP) to help my clients face feelings that have been too difficult to face on their own. I especially love supporting those in fat bodies and those who struggle with binge eating. I am fat positive, anti-racist, LGBTQIA2S+ affirming, neurodiversity affirming, sex positive, and kink/poly affirming. I welcome all clients to my practice, whatever their race, ethnicity, religion, size, gender, sexuality, dis/abilities, citizenship, or social class. To learn more about me and my approach, visit my website!

Email [email protected]

Address 825 NE 20th Ave Suite 250

City Portland

Phone 503-837-6997

Website https://meredithnoble.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/

Chelsea Casey

Chelsea Casey

Pronouns she/her

Credentials LMFT, LPC

Address 328 NE Failing St.

City Portland

Phone 971-361-9035

Website https://www.livingcitycounseling.com/

Kassie Hughes

Kassie Hughes

Pronouns she/her

Credentials LPC

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.

Email [email protected]

Address 8113 SE 13th Ave

City Portland

Phone 503-915-4222

Website https://www.kassiehugheslpc.com/

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