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Tara “Taralynn” Rayburn

Sisu Healing Partners

Office: (503) 847-9836


Taralynn Rayburn is the Founder and Managing Director of Sisu Healing Partners. Sisu Healing Partners is a case management agency serving clients throughout the Pacific Northwest. Her background is working as both a Counselor and Clinical Director in substance use treatment. This has provided her with a unique clinical skillset to help families on their journey to healing. Taralynn has become passionate about helping individuals with co-occurring disorders find sustainable treatment options. She specializes in working with dual diagnosis clients in complex family systems. She views her role as an interventionist as a guide and support to families navigating a traumatic situation. Taralynn identifies as a woman in long-term recovery from both a substance use and an eating disorder. This provides her with a profound sense of empathy for the clients that she serves.

Trainings and Credentials

Taralynn is a Certified Intervention Professional (CIP), who utilizes her clinical background to provide a trauma-informed approach to intervention. She holds a Masters Degree in Social Work and is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate (LICSWA) in the state of Washington. Taralynn is also a Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor (CADCIII) and Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP) in the state of Oregon. She utilizes this background in conjunction with her status as Certified Intervention Professional (CIP) to gain a comprehensive understanding of client and family dynamics in the intervention process.

Intervention Style

Ms. Rayburn uses an invitational approach to intervention. She uses her compassion and intuition to help guide families in their individualized care plan. Taralynn works with her intervention families in 90-day and six month increments to ensure that they receive the support they need to enact lasting change in the family system.

Types of Interventions

Taralynn generally utilizes an invitational approach to the intervention process however, acknowledges that there are sometimes extenuating circumstances that require the professional to adjust their plan. She works with clients experiencing various co-occurring disorders including: eating disorders, substance use, psychotic disorders and other personality disorders.