Food, Body-Image & Eating Disorders

 

I work with clients struggling with, binge-eating, behaviorally-induced obesity, weight loss, weight gain, yo-yo dieting cycles (also called weight cycling), and negative body image. I work with people to help them learn to listen to their body’s natural hunger and cravings, discover the causative factors in their dysfunctions around food and distorted body images, and to make changes for a more healthful life.

Clients working with food & body image disorders may be required to work with an adjunct health care provider (such as a nutritionist) while working with me. I do not work as primary therapist for those with active Bulimia and Anorexia as eating disorders centers tend to provide the comprehensive care that those struggling with these eating disorders need for successful recovery.

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