Ryanne Mitchell is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been providing therapeutic services to Tulsa area children, teens, and adults since 2010. Ryanne is known for her caring, warm, and insightful approach to counseling. As no one treatment approach is right for everyone, Ryanne has training and experience in a range of treatment approaches and modalities, including psychodynamic, somatic or body-oriented psychotherapy, expressive arts therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and dialectical behavior therapy.
Ryanne graduated with honors from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, with a Master of Arts in Expressive Arts Therapy, Mental Health Counseling Specialization. She also obtained specialized training in psychodrama at the Moreno Institute East in Easthampton, MA. Former Clinical Director and Pathways to Eating Disorder Treatment Coordinator and Therapist at Brookhaven Hospital, Ryanne has extensive knowledge and experience in the treatment of eating disorders, including treating co-morbid conditions. She has extensive education, training, and experience in treating eating disorders, substance abuse and addiction, trauma, personality disorders, and many other mental health concerns. Ryanne is a frequent speaker and presenter and welcomes new opportunities to provide outreach and education to professionals, organizations, and community members.
Joleen Wilson, RD/LD
Joleen Wilson RD, LD, CNSC is a Registered Dietitian in practice since 2008. She received her BS in Dietetics from Kanas State University and completed her dietetic internship at the Hines Veterans Affairs Hospital near Chicago. Her early career interest in critical care led her to a CNSC nutrition support certification which she continues to hold. Other professional experience includes inpatient eating disorder unit, mental health, substance abuse, pediatrics, long term care, and brain injury. She opened her private practice, JoleenRD, in 2017, where she sees patients with eating disorders exclusively. She serves as the dietitian for the Resilience RecoverED IOP.
Joleen’s approach is thoughtful, intuitive, straight forward, and without judgement. She works from a Health at Every Size (HAES) perspective and incorporates many proven methods in her work with clients, including Intuitive Eating and Family Based Treatment, while making use of the patients’ coping skills in relation to disordered eating and body image. She takes a step-wise approach that is client-led, determines what’s “really going on”, then empowers the client to live the life they want to live that is connected to their values and beliefs.
Joleen is known for her inclusive collaboration with other therapists, doctors, and psychiatrists and believes communication among treatment team members is vital in allowing the patient to feel safe and understood. She is a member of iaedp (International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals) and provides presentations related to eating disorders and disordered eating to the public and to other ED professionals. She is available by appointment. For more information, visit www.joleenRD.com.