Katie Zweig, BS
Katie is a student therapist intern pursuing a Master of Arts in professional mental health counseling and eating disorder treatment certificate from Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling. Katie received her Bachelor of Science in psychology and minor in sociology from Appalachian State University before attending graduate school at Lewis and Clark. She has experience working in residential treatment for adolescent clients struggling with disordered eating.
Katie is passionate about working collaboratively with clients to build self-compassion and self-acceptance. She operates from a Health at Every Size model and is also drawn to various therapeutic approaches such as Internal Family Systems (IFS), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), while incorporating mindfulness practices. She strives to promote authenticity and create a safe space for clients to heal their relationship with food and exercise.
Katie grew up in the Northern Virginia area just outside of Washington DC before moving to Portland for graduate school. In her free time Katie likes to explore the city of Portland, find the best views of Mount Hood, and cuddle with her dog, Frida.