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Lindsay Moldovan, MFT Associate
Credentials Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
Bio Hi there, I'm Lindsay. I'm a half-Chinese, half-Jewish (ethnically), chronically ill, neurodivergent, fat, queer, cisgender, nerdy human. I offer online therapy and coaching for adults struggling with burnout and/or disordered eating. My practice is informed by my own experiences in the cycles of burnout that come with existing within the in-between spaces of identity. I'm a strong advocate for connecting to your intuition - your "gut voice" or core self - in order to break down the boxes you've been told to fit into, challenge both internal and external "shoulds," and allow yourself to exist in the ways that work best for you, your brain, and your body. I believe that an important part of burnout recovery is identifying and expanding sources of joy within your day-to-day. Joy in my life has always been connected to food, cooking, and eating. If you're looking to explore this part of your life, I'd love to help support you.
Address 1631 NE Broadway St #215
Bio I have worked treating eating disorders since 2005.
Jessica Van Der Merwe
Credentials LMHC, LPC Registered Associate
Bio I believe no matter what you face, there is hope for change. Many of my clients come to me for trauma and abuse recovery, depression, anxiety and panic attacks, disordered eating and body image issues. I am a certified Brainspotting therapist, Clinical Trauma Professional, trained in Trauma-Informed Stabilization Treatment (TIST), and use Gottman method for couples work. I use a Body Trust and HAES perspective and partner with medical or nutritional providers for optimal care. Read more on my website at proteacounselingpnw.com.
Address 108 SE 124th Avenue, Suite 19
Phone (360) 818-8322
Amanda Birkhead, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD
Credentials MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD
Bio I have been working in the field of eating disorders since 2013, supporting clients in residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient levels of care. I am passionate about helping people cultivate better relationships with food and learn to trust their bodies again (or maybe for the first time ever). My areas of expertise include disordered eating/eating disorders, diet burnout, pre-natal and post-partum nutrition, and weight-neutral, non-diet management of PCOS. I pride myself on creating a safe space for all bodies and practice from a Health at Every Size® perspective.
Address South Salem
Phone (503) 877-9871
Pronouns they/them and she/her
Credentials Art Therapy Student Intern (MA Candidate)
Bio Katie Wood, RYT (they/she) is a queer, plural, white art-therapist-in-training. Katie is in their third and final year of graduate school at Lewis and Clark College, and will graduate in June 2023 with a degree in art therapy and a certificate in eating disorders counseling. Katie has worked in the mental health field for over six years, working as a skills counselor in a dual-diagnosis program, as well as working as a program manager for a nationwide organization that serves adults with developmental disabilities. Katie completed their practicum at a children’s day treatment program, and is currently completing their internship at Full Spectrum Therapy, LLC, a queer- and trans-owned practice that serves individuals and families of all ages across the LGBTQIA+ spectrum. Katie lives with their partner and two fur friends in Portland, OR, and enjoys playing piano, drawing and sculpting, practicing yoga, playing board games, hiking, rock-hounding, and gardening.
Address 6307 NE 15TH AVE
Phone (971) 270-0535
Credentials RDN, LD
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.
Center For Discovery
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 16520 SW Boones Ferry Rd
Phone Inger Hauge, 541-699-6008 Admissions/Referrals
Credentials MS, RD
Bio I am a non-diet, weight inclusive Registered Dietitian offering 1:1 nutrition counseling based in Portland, OR and formerly from Brooklyn, NY. I specialize in eating disorders and disordered eating, and am passionate about helping people find peace in their relationship with food and body. I counsel through the lens of intuitive eating, use evidence-based practices, and take a client-centered approach to help clients work towards recovery and food freedom. Before becoming a Registered Dietitian, I worked as a professional dancer. While this career was driven from a joy of movement and passion for the stage, it also meant growing up in a world that required perfection and unattainable body standards. This environment led me to a less than healthy and happy relationship to food and my body. My own journey of rediscovering the joy in food, eating, movement, and respect for my body has inspired me to help others along this path. I am a firm believer of thinking beyond just physical health when it comes to nutrition, and making space to experience the way food provides nourishment through joy, communal experience, exploration, comfort, honoring cultural backgrounds, and showing and receiving love. Everybody is deserving of a happy and peaceful relationship with food and their body, and I am honored to create the space to explore what that means for you.
Paige Becker RDN, LD
Credentials RDN, LD
Bio Paige is originally from Pittsburgh, PA, and received her degree in Nutritional Sciences from Penn State University in 2015. She relocated to Portland after graduating college and has lived in the lush PNW ever since. Paige enjoys working with clients to improve their relationships with food, their bodies, and their self-care routines. She practices from an anti-diet, Health At Every Size perspective, and heavily emphasizes principles of Intuitive Eating, self-compassion, and somatics in her work. She’s passionate about providing individualized nutrition care that considers the whole person: mind, body, and spirit. . As well as working as a dietitian, Paige is a part-time ceramic artist. Due to the part-time nature of her nutrition work, she is no longer taking on highly acute eating disorder clients, but can see clients who are medically stable with disordered eating and/or weight and body image struggles. She also enjoys working with people with ADHD since she has personal experience with this temperament herself. . Paige is a major proponent of the healing capacity of art, and finds that The Artist’s Way approach goes along nicely with Intuitive Eating principles in healing clients’ relationships with food, their bodies, and themselves. She regularly includes this philosophy in her work. . When she is not working with clients or sculpting clay, Paige enjoys gardening, eating (and sometimes preparing) tasty food, nature walks, biking around town, singing poorly, and spending time with friends.
NW Pediatric & Family Nutrition
Credentials RDN, LD
Bio We are a team of weight inclusive, non-diet dietitians supporting those with eating disorder recovery, disordered eating, and intuitive eating. We support parents to raise children with a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
Address 5201 SW Westgate Drive, Bldg B. Suite 100
Phone (971) 319-1288
Credentials MPH MS RDN
Address 28 SE 28th Avenue Unit 409
Susan Stormer Ph.D.
Bio **As of 1/9/23, I currently have a waitlist for new clients** I work with individuals who struggle with feelings of anxiety, depression, and grief in many areas of life. Feeling overwhelmed is common in difficult times, and being misunderstood or judged by others can make things feel harder. I provide a warm and supportive environment while sharing information and skills to help you improve your relationship to yourself and others. All people need to feel like they have influence in their lives, healthy connections with others, and the ability to make effective changes when things aren't going well. Let's explore together to create goals that will develop your strengths. My specialties include helping adults 18 and over who face challenges with body image and eating concerns, traumatic experiences, and behavior patterns that may be related to physical as well as mental health. I have experience providing Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for mood and anxiety difficulties. I welcome you to visit my website for more information and click on the button that says "Join My Waitlist". I wish you well in your journey towards health and happiness, and would be honored if you invited me to join you.
Address 916 SW King Ave. Ste. 203
Samantha Barr MA, LPC, NCC - Eating Disorder Care
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.
Credentials MS, RDN, LDN
Bio As a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), I have dedicated my career to empowering my clients to reclaim their body autonomy by finding food freedom and making peace with their bodies. My compassionate approach is informed by the core truth that we are all born with the ability to intuitively nourish our bodies. Mixed messages around food propagated by our culture (i.e. diet culture), however, threaten to disconnect us from our body autonomy and this innate skill. Cue the self-limiting beliefs and shame and, well, you’ve got yourself a messy relationship with food! As a dietitian, I work alongside my clients to help them rediscover their ability to intuitively eat as well as work towards healing their relationship with food. Through my practical, yet empathetic approach, I can help my clients break down big, scary goals into smaller, manageable (i.e. less scary) ones. This ensures that the skills we are working on are sustainable - which is kinda the point! It is my belief that we are far more than what we eat and that everyone deserves a life free from intrusive thoughts about food.
Address 8 N Sumner Street
Phone (920) 539-3454
Credentials MC, LPC, CEDS
Bio I am currently a trauma therapist at The Meadows Ranch as well as a private practice therapist.
Address 3400 N. Sabin Brown Road