Jeri Finn

Jeri Finn

Qualified Mental Health Professional


Supervisor: Justin Little, LMFT

I help clients explore their authentic selves, enrich their relationships, and embrace life’s transitions.

Client Status

accepting clients



10580 SW McDonald Street

Suite 202

Tigard, 97224

704 W Hood Ave

Suite D

Sisters, Oregon 97759

At a Glance


Rate: $105

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2024

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network
  • Cigna
  • OHP CareOregon/HealthShare
  • OHP Pacific Source Community Solutions

My Ideal Client

Maybe you struggle with depression. Perhaps you have experienced a loss and are swimming in grief. Maybe you find yourself in a time of transition and are wondering who you want to become. Or maybe you want to make peace with food and your body but don’t know how. I want to hear your story. Whether it’s depression, grief, frustration, loneliness, stress, or pain, I am here to listen. Together we can help you feel more deeply connected to yourself and others.

My Background

My goal is to create a safe space in which you can trust me with the messiest parts of yourself. I lean into the theoretical lens that our early life experiences profoundly shape us, in ways that can be both healthy and unhealthy. I also believe that with clear insight, we can reveal our patterns, expose our pain, and heal our wounds. My approach is person-centered, and I use elements of narrative, emotionally-focused, and restoration therapies. I am working toward certification as a Level I Restoration Therapist. I also have over 15 years of experience as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist which has taught me to value Health at Every Size and intuitive eating. If you are tired of having a dysfunctional relationship with food and/or your body, I will strive to help you break free from dieting and chasing an “ideal” body weight. Let’s honor our perfectly imperfect bodies just as they are!

Why I Became a Therapist

Life can be hard. Really hard. Sometimes this beautiful, wild, and busy life can throw us off our path. I became a therapist to help you find your footing. I have experience with marriage, separation, divorce, parenting, and blended families. I understand the heartbreak of illness, infertility, and losing loved ones. My training as a dietitian prompted my interest in the why behind disordered eating behaviors and body image distortions. I believe therapy is often the answer for our personal and interpersonal issues. I am caring, curious, and deeply authentic. My roots are in Oregon. I was born and raised on the Oregon coast and have lived most of my adult life in Portland. I share my days with my husband, son, and two dogs. I cherish my family…and my alone time! I love tennis, podcasts, freshly baked cookies, strong coffee, and even stronger friendships.

Techniques I Use


  • Attachment Theory External link

    My graduate training to become a Clinical Mental Health Counselor has provided many opportunities to integrate the profound effects of our early attachments on our present lives.

  • Feminist External link

    I have also engaged in continuing education specific to women's health issues in my role as a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist.

  • Humanistic  External link

    My training has emphasized the Humanistic approach, which has empowered me to practice client-centered therapy.

  • Mindfulness-based External link

    I am currently working toward Level I certification in Restoration Therapy. The three pillars of Restoration Therapy include Attachment Theory, Mindfulness, and Emotional Regulation.

  • Narrative  External link

    I have additional training on using Narrative Therapy with clients working toward body acceptance.

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