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Mekenzie Sutton, LMHC, CN


Therapist and Certified Nutritionist

Mekenzie Sutton Counseling and Nutrition
United States

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Special Instructions: To make an appointment contact me at and we will set up a 15 minute consult call, if I have spots open at the time and we determine that we are a fit.
Takes Insurance
Sliding Scale Available
Waitlist Available
Additional information about where I can practice: For therapy, clients must reside and be in Washington state. Your insurance doesn't necessarily have to be from Washington State, as long as it is a BCBS plan I can bill to local plans. For nutrition, clients can reside in Washington state or California.
In-Network Insurance Companies:
- Premera
- Regence
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- First Choice
- Kaiser PPO
Specialties & Areas of Focus:
- Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
- Eating Disorders
- Blood Sugar Balance
- Gentle Nutrition
- Binge Eating Disorder
Modalities & Theoretical Lenses:
- Fat Liberation
- Fat Positivity
- Internal Family Systems
- Intersectional Feminsim
- Body Trust
- Health at Every Size
- Intuitive Eating
Age Groups Served:
- Adults (18 years old and up)
- Older Adults (65+ years old)
Additional Populations Served & Allied Groups:
- Folks struggling with fertility
- Fat folks
Languages Services Offered In:
- English

My Philosophy of Care

I am a Health at Every Size® and fat-positive therapist and nutrition provider. I mainly work with small fat and above folks that fall somewhere on the spectrum of disordered eating to eating disorders and who are wanting in general to heal their relationship with body and food. Like many in this field, my call to this work came from my own long journey with an eating disorder and the life-saving discovery of the fat-positive world, Intuitive Eating, Body Trust®, and social justice/anti-racism/anti-colonialism work that helped me realize my body was not the problem. I work with an amazing team/colleagues of Health at Every Size providers in the greater Seattle area including amazing Fat Positive naturopaths, body workers, nutrition providers, and therapists, and watching our clients grow into taking care of their bodies and shifting shame and blame back on to systems of oppression (where they belong), take back their time and energy, and slowly form a trusting relationship with their bodies is one of the most rewarding and fun things I could think of to get paid for. I work with folks to build skills in: identifying systems of oppression and where they are at work in body hate, turning toward distressing behaviors to understand with compassion and remove shame and blame, allowing all foods and making peace with food, how to eventually apply gentle nutrition principles (if wanted), reclaiming movement (if wanted), doing grief work, & more.

About Me & My Practice

As mentioned before I came to this work through my own eating disorder journey and path through finding fat liberation and Health at Every Size, and the ways that it led me to finally be able to let go of my eating disorder behaviors. I have been in the recovery world for over 10 years now, and started school to be a therapist and nutritionist in 2017 (so about 6 years ago now). In grad school I continuously advocated for more inclusion of Health at Every Size and fat positive frameworks, ran eating disorder awareness week on campus, and formed lifelong friendships with the other (few) fat positive providers at my school (mentioned above that are now part of an amazing team of providers in the greater Seattle area). I have taken many trainings (including the Certified Body Trust Provider training) along the years, and done much work with my friends and colleagues in the fat liberation space. I am, though, a white, able-bodied (for now), small-fat person and realize that this means I will not be the correct person for every client and their maximum healing. It is vital to have a provider who understands your identities, systems of power, and makes you feel safe in the room and if you don't think I am the right fit for you for any reason I am happy to refer you to folks who may better fit your needs.

Accessibility Considerations

For now, I don't see folks in person, and folks don't have to interact with anyone but me when contacting my practice. I attempt to be a provider that is affirming of all genders, races, body sizes, dis/abilities, sexualities, and more, but as stated above I am a white, able-bodied (for now), small-fat person and realize that this means I will not be the correct person for every client and their maximum healing. I feel comfortable addressing systems of oppression continuously (including power dynamics and privilege dynamics between my clients and me) in session, and have had some clients that this has worked very well with. Other folks upon discussing these privilege differentials in consult calls have decided to work with referred providers who more match their marginalized identities, which makes complete sense to me.

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