Do you hate the way
you look? Is there a part of you that believes thinner people are happier—or that you’re not lovable if you’re not thin? Are you constantly comparing your body to others around you? Do you have a history of bingeing or purging?
If you struggle with an eating disorder, every meal can be a challenge. Ordinary tasks can fall by the wayside as thoughts of food become your singular focus. Eating disorders can feel like a prison. If any of these symptoms sound familiar, our clinicians can help.
Eating disorders can effect both children and adults. Let us help you untangle your relationship to eating, health, and your own body image... and bring back the joy in your life.
How We Help
In therapy, we work with you to understand the many factors shaping your relationship with food, and to help you change your behaviors and views around eating.
Choices around food can be fraught with emotion. Our functional nutritionist can help you find foods that are both comforting and healthy.
Root Cause Psychiatry
Our Root Cause program uses genetic testing and other cutting-edge technologies to help you develop a healthier relationship with food.
What are the signs of an eating disorder?
Are you wondering if you or a loved one may have an eating disorder? If you are experiencing two
of the following warning signs, we encourage you to call our office and set up an appointment:
- Restricting food intake
- Noticing large fluctuations in weight
- Eating large quantities of food in a single sitting
- Eating exclusively at certain times, certain places, and with certain people
- Spending a disproportionate amount of time
thinking about food
- Feeling like your eating behavior is out of control
- Needing to exercise in order to feel “normal”
Eating Disorder Resources
Melissa’s story: How therapy helped Melissa stop binge eating and develop healthy habits
Melissa was struggling with her body image. Therapy helped her improve her self esteem.
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Nutritional Psychiatry: eating your way to better health
Have you ever eaten healthy foods for a period of time and just felt better? That feeling is not just in your mind.
Are you eating to distract yourself
from deeper emotional pain?
If you are binge eating, purging, restricting food, or engaging in other behaviors to mask deeper emotional pain, we can uncover the larger issues and help ease your suffering.