I share my expertise in helping individuals like you reclaim their lives from the grip of eating disorders. As someone who went through my athletic career with an eating disorder, my approach is rooted in real-life experiences from inpatient, outpatient, and therapy settings as a client and now as a therapist I fully understand what it is you’re feeling. I understand the challenges you face and am committed to guiding you towards a healthier relationship with food, your body, and yourself.
I believe in addressing the underlying causes of disordered eating rather than simply treating the symptoms. My goal is to help you understand your triggers, patterns, and beliefs that contribute to disordered eating behaviors. Through a collaborative process, I work with you to navigate these thoughts and restrictive patterns, empowering you to make lasting positive changes.
Unlike traditional approaches that focus on rigid restrictions and banning enjoyable activities, I advocate for a holistic and balanced approach to recovery. I acknowledge the importance of exercise for enjoyment and well-being, rather than simply using it solely as a means to burn off calories. By fostering a healthy mindset and addressing the root causes, I help you find harmony with food, exercise, and your body.
Recovery is possible, and I am here to support you every step of the way. As you progress through therapy, you will notice disordered and restrictive eating patterns gradually quieting down, making room for a brighter life.
Break Free from Obsessions: You will stop overeating, binging, and fearing your favorite foods. Guilt will no longer accompany your meals, and you will enjoy food without reservations.
Embrace Sustainable Health: Learn to nourish your body with nutritious food, achieving sustainable health without fixating on external measurements.
Peaceful Coexistence with Food and Body: Food and body image concerns will no longer consume your thoughts, allowing you to focus on life’s adventures and experiences.
Renewed Self-Esteem: Your worth will not be defined by a number on a scale or calories you eat in a day. You will develop a positive body image and foster self-compassion.
Enjoy Life’s Simple Pleasures: Randomly going out for ice cream with friends or enjoying meals without guilt will become effortless and enjoyable.