Dianne Lamberty Rogers, LMFT, CADC

Behavioral Health Therapist

Dianne Lamberty Rogers, LMFT, CADC has been a therapist serving kids, families and adults since completing her Masters in Marriage Couple and Family Therapy at Lewis and Clark Graduate School in 2015. Dianne has specialized in working with disordered eating and body image issues, families of clients with eating disorders, and Spanish speaking families.

Dianne has worked with youth and families in school based, intensive in-home, and outpatient settings providing drug, alcohol, and mental health treatment, and also in intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization settings for eating disorders. Dianne’s work has included working with incarcerated youth, DHS-involved families, and foster and adopted youth.

Dianne conducts all of her work using a trauma informed and culturally competent lens as well as a body liberation standpoint. Dianne teaches the Family Therapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders course in the Eating Disorders Certificate Program at Lewis & Clark Graduate School. She is also a Clinical Supervisor to Lewis and Clark and other graduate interns at Youth Contact Inc.