Insight is essential, that’s for sure…but it’s often not enough. Learning skills to have more choice and control over your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors can be the key between feeling hopelessly stuck and the freedom of change.
For more than a decade I have specialized in evidence-based practices to help people struggling with eating disorders/disordered eating, anxiety disorders, and behaviors such as self-harm. My approach to therapy works best for people who want a structured, active style of therapy and are ready to work outside of session.
I love teaming up with my clients to make big, seemingly impossible changes in their lives – whether that’s recovering from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, or decades of dieting. Lasting recovery is possible through learning how your eating disorder has worked for you in the past and replacing that with new, healthier ways of being. My passion for recovery also extends outside of the therapy office where I advocate to change damaging social messages about thinness and weight loss in our society.