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Tiffany Kettermann, Director
Licensed Professional Counselor (#C3899)
Licensed Mental Health Professional (#LH60836404)
Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor I (#15-04-10)

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I see individuals in the
following age ranges:


  • Adults

  • Seniors (65+)

I also serve:

  • Groups

Communities Supported:


  • Autoimmune disorders

  • Individuals with disabilities

  • Health care professionals/healers

  • Highly sensitive people/empaths

  • Military families

Insurances accepted:

  • Aetna

  • Cigna

  • Crime Victims Compensation Fund

  • Kaiser

  • Medicare

  • Moda

  • OHP Columbia Pacific

  • OHP Healthshare/Care Oregon

  • OHP Jackson Care Connect

  • OHP Open Card

  • OHP Pacificsource

  • OHP Trillium

  • OHP Yamhill CCO

  • Pacificsource

  • Providence

  • United Healthcare

Consultations for other health care professionals available

To Schedule an Appointment:


Email our intake staff at:

or call 971 270 0167




My name is Tiffany Kettermann (she/her). I am the owner of Health Allies, and a therapist, counselor, advocate, and resource specialist.  I am passionate about helping people to be all that they can be, and removing the barriers that get in the way.


I completed my training at George Fox University, earning a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and a post-graduate certificate in Trauma Response Services.  I have additional doctoral level training in clinical assessment, diagnosis and exposure-based anxiety treatments.  I also hold a Masters in Public Administration from Washington State University.  I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, a registered supervisor, and a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor in Oregon, and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington.

As the Director of Health Allies, I believe in creating an environment where therapists can build a lifelong career based on the principles of health that we help our clients to practice - promoting balance in our lives, practicing self care, building community and supporting one another, and allowing space for growth.  I believe in a culture of practicing high ethics and doing what is right for ourselves and for every client we come in contact with.  Most importantly, I am passionate about your right to access compassionate and professional mental health care.

Other projects I am involved in include being an active board member of COPACT, advocating for the needs of Oregonians on the Oregon Health Plan and the counselors that serve them, serving as Director of Oregon Mental Health Providers PAC, and serving as a teacher and a Board Member on the Education Board at teaching counselors how to work with clients dealing with narcissistic abuse and domestic violence.  I am a member of the American Counseling Association, the American Mental Health Alliance, and The National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.  

I am a survivor with lived experience, a person who has experienced disability, a mother, and a grandmother.  I believe in pursuing joy and adventure in all its forms. Counseling is one of my greatest joys, but I also love my family and the outdoors; I throw pottery. I'm trained in sound healing and most recently got certified in creating earth altars (a form of outdoor therapy). You might find me out in town trying a class to learn something new, attending world music events, kayaking on the lake, walking my dogs in the forest, or exploring a new place in nature.

We all have our own unique challenges and heartache.  I am here to help share in your journey. Walking through it together, we can talk about where you've been and where you'd like to be.  I want to help you identify your strengths and goals, show you how to use resources available to you, and help you to bring balance back into your life.  

Treatment areas that I work in include:

  • Healing from Narcissistic Abuse 

  • Victims of Domestic Violence (all genders)

  • Trauma and PTSD 

  • Health Challenges, Disabilities and Chronic Pain
      - special knowledge of autoimmune issues and CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome stemming from Lyme and mold)

  • Highly Sensitive Person/Empath Growth

  • Drug and alcohol abuse in the family system

  • Health and Nutrition in Healing Trauma


Other certifications and education

  • Registered Clinical Supervisor

  • Certified EMDR Therapist, EMDRIA

  • Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Professional (CMHIMP)

  • Morning Altars Certified Teacher & Trainer (Nature therapy), Day Schildkredt

  • Masters in Public Administration, Public Affairs, Washington State University  

Other projects

  • Course available, Recognizing and Understanding Narcissistic Abuse

  • Coalition of Oregon Professional Associations for Counselors and Therapists (COPACT) Board Member, member-at-large

  • Recipient, 2020 Larry S Connor Distinguished Public Advocate Award, ORCA

  • LoveFraud, teacher, Recognizing and Understanding Narcissistic Abuse

  • Speaker, AVAYIA, Breaking Free From Codependency Conference 2020

  • Speaker, World Narcissistic Abuse Awareness Day (WNAAD), 2018 & 2019

  • LoveFraud, Continuing Education Committee, Board Member (since 2016)


  • Founded and co-wrote LC699, The Provider Bill of Rights in Audits, a bill to protect mental health therapists going to the legislature in 2023

  • Increasing Police Officer Comfort and Competence When Responding to Suicidal Individuals: An Evaluation of a Brief Suicide Intervention Training.

  • The Effects of Geographic Location of U.S. Military Installations on the Income and Career Prospects of Military Spouses 

  • Trapped in A Military Marriage

  • Scars in the Dishes, NCADV Journal


"Maybe if I share the path I walk,
n a little more of your pain will vanish.

I want you to heal, whoever you are.
I don't care what pain you've brought

the world, I just want yours to subside.
No matter what, your path is yours.

Don't follow misery or worry.
Devote every moment of your life
to improving your dreams.
Love your world. Cherish the good you do.
Let go of hatred.  Dream of love."  


                                (unknown author)

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