Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist
Grace Laman, MA, RDN
Grace is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) who received her graduate degree in nutrition from the University of Utah in 2006. She has been practicing community and clinical nutrition for over 14 years in schools, hospitals, and private practice. She has counseled a diverse patient population ranging from infants to the elderly. She specializes in disordered eating, pediatric feeding issues, emotional eating, chronic dieting and oncology.
She believes in the powerful connection between mental health and nutrition, and her nutrition philosophy is based on intuitive eating and mindfulness. She hopes to teach her clients how to properly nourish themselves using an “all foods fit” approach and make healthy behavioral changes that lead to peace with food and their bodies.
Clients ages 3+
Rebecca Newel, MA, LPC, NCSP
Rebecca has been working with children and families for over ten years. With a background in school psychology and as a professional counselor, Rebecca has extensive knowledge helping children and families with family conflict, behavioral and attention concerns, learning disabilities, medical disabilities, defiant behavior, trauma, abuse, anxiety and depression. Rebecca strives to create a compassionate and safe environment with everyone she works with using a mindfulness and cognitive behavioral approach. With her credential as a school psychologist, she can also assist with interpreting neuro- psychological assessments and advocating for children in the school system.
In addition to working with children and families, Rebecca also works with adults with relationship issues, anxiety, depression, and stress.
Teresa Veverka, MSW, CSWA
Teresa has been a social worker since 2008 and has extensive knowledge and background in helping children and families process through traumatic and stressful events. With a passion for helping children and their guardians, her main goal is to create a compassionate space to support others and teach coping skills when fitting. Teresa is in the process of becoming certified as a Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapist.
Teresa is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) members.
Teresa accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.
Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply.
Em Adams, MSW, CSWA
Em enjoys helping people to untangle the places that feel messy or stuck, to heal the wounds that hold us back and to identify and better utilize your natural strengths, so you can live a life that feels richer, more authentic, and more true to who you are and who you want to be. Her focuses include relationship issues, trauma, intimate partner/domestic violence, PTSD and military sexual trauma, depression and sadness, anxiety and worry, and sexuality and gender/LGBTQ communities and support.
Em's style of therapy is attachment and empowerment based and is very transparent, flexible and client-centered. She strives to work from an anti-oppression and social justice based perspective. Other main influences and modalities include: Mindfulness, CBT, Narrative therapy and EMDR.
Em is in network for CareOregon (Medicaid/Columbia Pacific CCO/OHP) members and accepts private pay with sliding scale for all other clients. Out of network benefits will not apply.
Zoe Bartlett, MA, LMFT, CADC II
Zoe has an educational background in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Addiction Counseling. She specializes in anxiety, depression, relationship issues, adoption cases, addictions of any sort, and co-occurring disorders. Using a trauma-informed lens and an attachment-based approach, Zoe strives to meet the client where they are at, create an environment of safety and trust, and then build from there while helping the client reach their therapeutic goals.
Zoe knows each person is different, however, and will follow your direction to make therapy work best for you. Though she is a firm believer that opportunities can come from crisis and change comes from discomfort, Zoe will never push you into an activity or topic that feels emotionally unsafe. Together, you and Zoe, will work to increase strengths, improve weaknesses, and create a better understanding of yourself and others.
Zoe accepts clients age 15+, couples, and families (3 clients or less present.)
J.C. Stewart MA, LPC Intern
J.C. has experience with people continuing to face the ramifications of trauma, and knows that the ways trauma shows up in one’s life can vary from person to person. He strives to create a therapy model that’s tailored to suit your needs and your pace. In addition to trauma and PTSD, his focuses include depression, anxiety, sexuality, gender, and relationship issues.
J.C. strives to see and work from a social justice-oriented lens, and believes that people deserve to have their identities and mental health normalized and validated as they intersect with other aspects of the human experience.
Techniques and theoretical approaches include EMDR, cognitive processing therapy, brainspotting, internal family systems, mindfulness-based techniques and Gottman method couples therapy.
At this time J.C. is only able to take OHP/Columbia Pacific CCO and private pay. We are working on his ability to accept Moda.
Clients ages 18+
Mark Muse, MSW, LCSW
Mark has been a social worker since 2014 and has a passion for helping those in need. Mark brings with him extensive compassion, knowledge and experience in the area of substance use disorders, co-occurring disorders, trauma and PTSD, terminal illnesses and medical issues. Mark is a passionate about being a support to others and brings with him a mindfulness based approach to supporting his clients.
Mark utilizes CBT, Internal Family Systems and Mindfulness Based Interventions while working with clients in this practice.
Mark is also an approved supervisor for CSWA's in the State of Oregon offering individual and group supervision.
Carrie Rawson, MSW, CSWA
Carrie has experience working with adults who experience depression, anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, trauma or PTSD, and those struggling with communication or family issues. Carrie strives to provide therapeutic techniques that suit your goals and needs in treatment. She wants each person to feel heard and understood in order to develop a trusting therapeutic relationship as a foundation for personal growth. Carrie's goal is to create a safe space so people can process their experiences and gain skills to cope with these experiences in daily life.
Carrie's therapeutic approaches include EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, solutions focused, attachment focused and mindfulness-based techniques.
*Sarah von Colditz, MSW, LCSW is only accepting CBT-I for insomnia clients*
Sarah von Colditz, MSW, LCSW is the owner of Shoreline Counseling, LLC, has a passion for working with people and has been a social worker since 2005. Sarah carries a caseload of her own while also managing the administrative side of the group practice. Sarah has experience in working with people with chronic medical issues, terminal illnesses, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and caregiver stress and burnout. Sarah is a Level 1 and Level 2 trained practitioner in Internal Family Systems who is working towards her certification.
Sarah also has a certification in CBT-I for insomnia and is passionate about getting people's sleep back on track again.
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