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Who We Are

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She/Her/Hers

Co-Founder, Director, Therapist

colleen

@liberatingjasper.com

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She/Her/Hers

Co-Founder, Director, Nutritionist

maggie

@liberatingjasper.com

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Angelica Rivas-Brown

She/Her

Operations Manager

angelica@liberatingjasper.com

Hello there! My name is Angelica and I am Liberating Jasper's operations manager.

I hold years of experience working in mental healthcare including having the honor of aiding in the opening of two new eating disorder recovery programs in Pierce County. In addition to my experience, I have a deep understanding of the complexities involved in this important work and am excited to help empower individuals to begin their body liberation journey!

 

I am responsible for overseeing the day-to-day, behind the scenes operations of our agency and ensuring that all activities are in compliance with industry regulations. I am committed to creating a supportive environment for clients to access the care they need to continue their healing journey. I work closely with a team of highly skilled and caring professionals, including therapists and nutritionists, to provide a comprehensive approach to recovery.

Due to my personal and professional background, I am passionate about compassionate mental healthcare and am honored to be a part of an organization offering healing and liberation to all bodies!

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Kelsey Graham, MA, LMFTA 

She/Her 

Individual, Couples, and Family Therapist 

kelseygraham@liberatingjasper.com

I believe therapy is a sacred space. I have the honor to walk alongside clients as we discover new paths to healing. I work from a client centered approach, as you are the expert in your own life. Some of my core values that show up in the room are respect, compassionate care, and body liberation. As a queer native person (a member of the Blackfeet Nation) liberation is a guidepost for me. I also recognized my privilege as a white passing, cis-gendered, currently able-bodied person. 

 

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Associate here in Washington and graduated with a MA in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacific Lutheran University. Before that, I studied Psychology at the University of Washington, where I obtained my BA. I have worked with individuals, couples, and families throughout my training. 

 

Outside of work, I enjoy sewing, baking, and spending time with my cat. I love to take up new hobbies, and am always curious about what activities bring my client’s joy as well. I am so excited to be a part of the Liberating Jasper team, and would love to work with you! 

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Robyn S. Caylor, LMHCA, NCC

She/Her

Therapist

robyncaylor@liberatingjasper.com

Hello! I am a licensed mental health counselor associate and a Nationally Certified Counselor through the National Board for Certified Counselors. I hold a masters degree from Northwestern University and bachelors in anthropology from Western Washington University. I provide trauma informed and fibromyalgia focused psychodynamic and somatic counseling to folks of all sizes for any concern. I’m passionate about helping folks heal their relationship with their body through a Health at Every Size model. My prior work focused on counseling folks in the intersection of fibromyalgia, mental health, and disordered eating. I also specialize in working with athletes who struggle with performance and body image. 

 

My identity as a chronically ill, fat, woman of color has impacted my life in many ways. As a therapist, it’s important that I help my clients of marginalized identities, as my own, feel empowered in their bodies and health through their culture. The heart of my identity and counseling style is the mind-body-spirit-culture connection and decolonizing our lives. Along with being a therapist, I am a third generation Eastern medicine energy healer. My roots are in traditional (pre-colonial) Filipino practices. This involves ancestral/intergenerational communication and healing, Earth-based spirituality, soul embodiment, and other shamanic practices. 

 

In my free time, I love spending time with my cats, swimming in our lovely Washington lakes, watching sports, and training for my next triathlon. I’m excited to be a part of the Liberating Jasper team and I can’t wait to walk beside you in your healing process! 

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Rachel Dyal, MS, RD, LD

She/Her

Registered Dietitian

racheldyal@liberatingjasper.com

Hi! I am a Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. I practice from a fat
positive, health at every size, and intuitive eating approach and seek to meet my clients
wherever they are in their relationship with food and body. I earned a Bachelors in Nutrition from


the University of Texas in Austin and a Bachelors in Biology from Texas A&M in Texarkana. I
completed the two year U.S. Army’s Graduate Program in Nutrition completing my Dietetic
Internship and Masters in Nutrition through Baylor University. Once completing this program, I
served as an U.S. Army Dietitian at Madigan Army Medical Center on Joint Base Lewis
McChord for 4 years.
I have developed a strong ability to support clients through a wide range of emotions around
eating and their bodies during my time working with and learning from the military population.
My identities as fat and bisexual inform my work with queer and fat clients, and my skills at
walking beside theses clients while they are managing difficult interactions with healthcare
systems. In all areas of my life, I continuously examine and work to deconstruct the privileges I
hold. My goal as a provider is to create safe, judgement-free relationships with my clients. I look


forward to creating such a relationship with you!

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Devan Weir, RD

She/Her

Registered Dietitian

devanweir@liberatingjasper.com

Welcome! I am a Registered Dietitian with over a decade of experience working with clients and
their supporters at inpatient and outpatient levels of care for eating disorder recovery. I strive to
create a safe space for all bodies, ages, and identities in their journey of healing, while
acknowledging my own privilege as a white, cis-gendered, heterosexual in a smaller body. My
practice is centered on supporting body autonomy and healing relationships with food, body,
and movement through the lenses of Health At Every Size® (HAES®), trauma-informed care,
fat liberation, and social justice.
Throughout my career, I’ve observed the help, harm, and disparities in traditional eating disorder
care and healthcare. I am passionate about dismantling harmful systems and helping individuals
feel empowered to question traditional recommendations and find healing in ways that honor
their goals and lived experiences. For those who have experienced harm in healthcare or from
previous nutrition providers, I hope to provide a different experience through curiosity,
collaboration, and compassion with humor sprinkled throughout.
As a nerdy, neurodivergent individual, I enjoy working with a vast variety of folks seeking
support for eating disorders (including medically complex, high acuity, ARFID, and Family
Based Therapy), disordered eating or movement, chronic dieting, body hatred/disembodiment,
Medical Nutrition Therapy, and navigating strategies to support nourishment in the context of
neurodivergence. Outside of the office, I enjoy getting into nature, playing board games, crafting
and spending time with my two cats, friends, and family. Looking forward to meeting you!

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Erin Abbott

She/Her

Intern Therapist

erinabbott@liberatingjasper.com

I'm currently completing my Master of Arts in Counseling at Saint Martin’s University. I hold a Bachelor of
Arts with an emphasis in Narrative Psychology and Social Justice from Evergreen State College. My
professional background lies in intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization treatment for mood, anxiety,
and eating disorders.
I strive to bring warmth, compassion, and a deep respect for each person's journey. I work from a
relational-cultural lens from which I see growth as deeply intertwined with relationships—with people,
animals, community, and nature. I believe therapy is a collaborative space where we can explore values,
uncover inherited stories, and create meaning. Unspooling these intricate threads, we can gain a deeper
understanding of ourselves and the systems we inhabit, examining the connections between our personal
narratives and the larger social and cultural systems at play.
My identity as a white cisgender woman and able-bodied individual shapes how I navigate spaces. It's
essential for me to continually address my own positionality and privilege.
I embrace a kink-positive, Health At Every Size (HAES), and body liberation perspective in my practice.
Outside of the office, you'll often find me spending time in local libraries, listening to records, or sharing a
sun nap with my cats.

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