Meghan Campbell MS ED., LPC, CADC II

Therapist

Meghan a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor II. She received her MS Ed., in Community Counseling from Portland State University in 2006.  She has worked in the addictions and mental health field for 8 years.  During that time, she was a 4-year member of the Mid Valley Behavioral Care Networks Eating Disorder Consultation group and was also the designated Eating Disorder therapist in an outpatient Dual Diagnosis Program.  Meghan has both a professional and personal understanding of disordered eating.

Meghan’s intention as your counselor is to provide a compassionate non-judgmental space that honors your personal experience.  In that space she will support you to discover and take steps towards change that is meaningful to you.

Meghan knows that people are resilient and will help you tap into that part of yourself. Unhealthy relationships with food and body image are complex, but not unsolvable.  She views disordered eating and other unhealthy behaviors as ways of coping that eventually stop working and may become harmful; there are healthier more satisfying ways of being.  Resolving underlying emotional challenges can break these hurtful patterns, resulting in less emotional pain and increasing your overall life satisfaction.  Counseling can help facilitate this change