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Bellevue, WA Outpatient

Bellevue Outpatient Eating Disorder Program

CENTER FOR DISCOVERY
11000 NE 33rd Place
Suite 340
Bellevue, WA 98004
PH 866.482.3876
M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm

PROGRAM FEATURES
Intensive Outpatient
Partial Hospitalization
All Genders
All Ages

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Center for Discovery Bellevue is an eating disorder treatment center that caters to adult women, 18 years of age or older. Center for Discovery Bellevue has been open since August 2012 and serves the entire Pacific Northwest and Northwest United States, including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Arkansas and Montana. Conveniently located just off the intersection of I-90 and I-405, our facility is just a short distance from Seattle, downtown Issaquah, downtown Bellevue, and the Lake Washington waterfront. This eating disorder treatment facility is in small residential neighborhood just miles from Lake Sammamish.

Treatment and services at this location include yoga therapy, weight restoration, family therapy, group therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT) and nutritional counseling. Our team embraces a “health at every size” philosophy. 

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Angela Loney, LMHC

Angela Loney, LMHC

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Angela Loney is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, as well as a National Board Certified Counselor, who holds a Master of Arts in Education from Seattle University. She earned her BA in Speech Communications with a minor in Leadership Studies from Whitworth University and worked in Marketing Communications and Human Resources before transitioning to mental health. Her clinical work has been focused on depression, anxiety, eating disorders, PTSD, personality disorders, family systems, and relationship building. Angela has experience working with children, youth, adults, couples, & families from diverse backgrounds and is passionate about helping people discover their unique view of the world and the invaluable gifts they can contribute.

McKenna Lange, MA, LMHCA, NCC

McKenna Lange, MA, LMHCA, NCC

Primary Therapist
McKenna Lange is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate and a National Certified Counselor. She earned her MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL after earning her BA in Psychology from the University of Iowa. McKenna has clinical experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families and has previously worked in residential and intensive outpatient treatment settings. McKenna incorporates components of DBT and Narrative Therapy into her clinical practice and is passionate about making others feel seen and heard.
Maura Reagan

Maura Reagan

Primary Therapist

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate in the state of Washington, as well as a registered Dance/Movement Therapist.

Originally from the Midwest, I attended Beloit College in Wisconsin as a double major in Dance and Psychology. Quickly realizing the healing impact of both these disciplines, I went on to Columbia College Chicago to pursue a Master’s in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling; one of seven schools in the country to offer this degree at the time! I find the intersection between somatic practices and mental health/well-being to be essential and am passionate about the psychotherapeutic use of movement to assist clients in expanding their connection and understanding of themselves; ultimately deepening the integration and embodiment of emotions, cognition, and social processes. I have had the pleasure of working with a diverse population of clients including those managing traumatic brain injury, domestic violence, chronic mental health diagnoses such as schizophrenia, mood disorder, personality disorder, and addiction.

In an increasingly complex world, it is easy to be connected virtually, but more and more difficult to meet our primal human need for love and connection through community and self-acceptance. I believe, more than ever, that we have a societal need to repair our relationship with our bodies, re-discover our physical communities and allow ourselves to be witnessed in our own experience of emotion, creativity, and somatic wisdom. I constantly find myself coming back to my own practice of dance and movement as I negotiate balance in these relationships.

Mimosa Collins, RD

Mimosa Collins, RD

REGISTERED DIETITIAN

Mimosa received her degree in dietetics from the University of Vermont after living with a host family in Peru where she experienced a different kind of relationship to food through another culture. This trip compelled her to explore how we develop behaviors around food and when necessary, how to change them. After receiving her degree, Mimosa taught behavior change in a variety of settings, from community kitchens and farm-to-table experiences to high school cooking clubs and 1:1 counseling sessions. In addition to her license as a dietitian, Mimosa has been trained in Motivational Interviewing (MI), is a Be Body Positive Facilitator, and is currently working toward certification as a CEDRD and undergoing training in Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy. Throughout her 9 years providing nutrition counseling and education, Mimosa has become a Health at Every Size (TM) provider and a passionate advocate for body and size diversity. Mimosa is honored to work alongside clients and families in their efforts to live a more gratifying and fulfilling life.

Stephanie Voytek

Stephanie Voytek

REGISTERED DIETITIAN

Stephanie got her bachelor’s degree in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. She completed her dietetic internship with Sodexo Dietetic Internships with a concentration in culinary arts. She has experience with infants, children, and young families, and is happy to continue to promote a healthy relationship with food at all stages of life.

Stephanie’s interest in food began early in life, spending a lot of her childhood around industrial kitchens and her parents catering business. She went on to get training in a farm kitchen, running their production kitchen and providing nutrition education in farm-to-table cooking classes. She’s looking forward to being on the Center for Discovery Bellevue Outpatient team, to continue to promote a healthy and enjoyable relationship with food.

Emily Duncan

Emily Duncan

Registered Dietitian

Emily Duncan, a registered dietitian nutritionist, is health at every size advocate, and a strong proponent of evidence-based treatment plans for establishing a healthy relationship with food and body. Her background in dance and athletics means that she has experienced first hand the pressures put upon us by family members and peers to maintain “perfection.” It is this personal experience that lends well to Emily’s capacity to really engage her clients as she implements sustainable nutrition lifestyle practices. Emily is an intuitive eating coach, with both a gentle and evidence-based approach to teaching and inspiring while adopting an all foods fit approach to her own life and coaching. She enjoys trying new foods, teaching dance, hiking, shopping, and following pop culture.

Kaylee Torres

Kaylee Torres

Dietary Technician

“I’m from Southern California where I attended Cal Poly Pomona and earned my Bachelor of Science degree in Food and Nutrition with an emphasis in Dietetics May 2019.I have experience in Community Nutrition where I presented basic nutrition education and have done various food demos in different settings such as schools, hospitals, and community clinics. I did a summer abroad in Northern Italy where I got to evaluate these regions food practices as well as their culture and society. My long-term goal is to become a Registered Dietitian.”

Analiese Brock, M.S.

Analiese Brock, M.S.

Dietary Technician

Analiese has provided dietary support to RDN’s at Bellevue OP since 2017. Analiese has received two degrees in Nutrition, allowing her to pursue RDN credentials in 2020. Her vast experience in community, food service and clinical nutrition settings reinforce the individualized dietary care for clients provided at CFD. Additionally, Analiese has worked in the food industry for over a decade, with a specialty in customer service. Her experience in the food industry as a manager and server provided the foundation to her role as a Dietary Technician for Bellevue OP.

Jenni Scharf

Jenni Scharf

CLINICAL OUTREACH SUPERVISOR AND STAFF RECRUITMENT REPRESENTATIVE

Jenni Scharf is the Clinical Outreach Supervisor and Staff Recruitment Representative at Center For Discovery in the Northwest treating adolescents, adults and families impacted by eating disorders. Jenni earned her degree in Journalism, with an emphasis in Management from Western Washington University. Jenni has been working in healthcare marketing since 2001 and has held seats on 4 separate Pacific Northwest iaedp chapter boards. Jenni loves being a resource for professionals. She is a wife and mom to three kids and is passionate about helping families find the recovery they need to be healthy, whole and happy once again.

Meaghan Halverson

Meaghan Halverson

Registered Yoga Teacher

Meaghan is a 200-hour Registered Yoga Teacher through the Yoga Alliance and has been teaching since 2017. She uses trauma-informed practices, to help clients develop their own unique relationship and sense of compassion for their body wherever they are on their life journey. Meaghan has experience teaching yoga to a variety of populations including elderly refugees, cancer survivors, and most recently those experiencing eating disorders.  Meaghan is currently pursuing a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy at Antioch University in Seattle, WA. In her yoga classes, art making is a frequent occurrence!

Rebecca Reeder

Rebecca Reeder

Clinical Outreach Representative

Rebecca Reeder is a Clinical Outreach Representative at Center for Discovery. She represents their portfolio of programs located within Washington state, serving adolescents, adults and families impacted by eating disorders. Rebecca has worked in a variety of treatment settings, providing direct care in residential, outpatient and telehealth capacities. She has also had the joy of managing admissions for several facilities, for both primary eating disorders and primary substance use disorders. Rebecca currently holds a seat on the Puget Sound chapter board for IAEDP. She is dedicated to fostering collaboration, increasing awareness about mental and behavioral health, and discovering creative, valuable ways to serve her community. Rebecca lives in downtown Seattle with her partner, Molly, where together they try hard to keep their plants alive and all their animals living in constant bliss.

BELLEVUE OUTPATIENT EATING DISORDER PROGRAM

Center for Discovery Bellevue is an eating disorder treatment center that caters to adult women, 18 years of age or older. Center for Discovery Bellevue has been open since August 2012 and serves the entire Pacific Northwest and Northwest United States, including Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Arkansas and Montana. Conveniently located just off the intersection of I-90 and I-405, our facility is just a short distance from Seattle, downtown Issaquah, downtown Bellevue, and the Lake Washington waterfront. This eating disorder treatment facility is in small residential neighborhood just miles from Lake Sammamish.

Treatment and services at this location include yoga therapy, weight restoration, family therapy, group therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT) and nutritional counseling. Our team embraces a “health at every size” philosophy. 

CONDITIONS WE TREAT

OUR TEAM

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GET IN TOUCH / CALL 866.482.3876

CENTER FOR DISCOVERY
11000 NE 33rd Place
Suite 340
Bellevue, WA 98004
PH 866.482.3876
M-F 9:00am to 5:00pm

PROGRAM FEATURES
Intensive Outpatient
Partial Hospitalization
All Genders
All Ages

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  • I was sent to [Center for Discovery], an all women's eating disorder treatment facility, and I was terrified to go. I was told I would be there for a month and would return home after that. I ended staying there for almost 3 months, and I can honestly say I am beyond thankful for my time there. I learned so much and they helped me find myself and get over my traumas and learn to cope with issues that I was having. All the staff was super helpful and had my best interest at heart. I may have not liked all of them, but I knew they wanted what was best for me. Even after my insurance run out, the therapist I was working with arranged for me to go to another center to continue my treatment because I was not ready to come home. I highly recommend getting help with Center for Discovery. They truly care!
    Rebecca S
    Alumni
  • I was at [Center for Discovery] for 6 weeks. I'm from Ohio and being so far away from home was hard. The staff made me feel super comfortable and cared for, making my stay much more manageable. The program was very individualized. They worked hard to make sure my specific needs were met and that my specific behaviors were addressed. This is a top notch facility with incredibly caring staff. Not only were the house staff wonderful, but everyone from admissions to the medical director worked hard to make sure I knew what was going on. This is a wonderful company who are true to what they say. They gave me my life back. I'm someone who has been in and out of treatment for my eating disorder and this program was by far the best. I feel so optimistic about my future. The progress I made there was life changing and I will be forever grateful. I recommend this program to anyone who is serious, willing, and ready to get better.
    Natalie F
    Alumni
  • I was surprised by my parents with the option of going to get help for my eating disorder and overall unhealthy lifestyle. I so badly wanted to get help, but was too ashamed. After talking to my mom I agreed to at least talk to someone from Center for Discoveryabout what program I would be in and what it would be like. The gal was super helpful, kind, and did not make me feel like I was the only person who suffered from what I did. She was very patient with me and overall helped out our family with the process of insurance and costs and what not. As for the actual facility I stayed at, it was a great experience.
    Rebecca S
    Alumni
  • We had our son in an acute care hospital and the social worker recommended the Center for Discovery. Before our son was discharged, my wife and I met with the staff and toured the facility. We were impressed by the staff and how the program was structured. Our son was there 6 weeks. It was a game changer and now we feel our son left with a good base of skills that he has continued to use. We now feel our son can leave a normal type life and not have to worry that he may need to live in a group home setting as an adult. We can't say enough for the help and support we received from the entire staff at the Center for Discovery. When we were considering the facility we did some reviews on line. Some weren't overly positive, but most were and we feel that it was a very positive experience for our son and our family. Even our son now admits that he learned some great skills and that his time at Center for Discovery turned his life around.
    John W
    Parent of Alumni
  • I completely recommend this outpatient program for the treatment of eating disorders.  The program is tailored to each individual and my daughter was able to attend school while attending. The staff is caring, knowledgeable and fully committed to the treatment process for the patient and family.  My family now better understands eating disorders and we are able to support our daughter through her recovery.  5 stars all the way!!
    C.Y.
    Parent of Alumni