Counseling for Body Image Concerns and Eating Disorders

Body Image Concerns & Eating Disorders

Eating disorders (ED), disordered eating and body image issues are difficult to tackle alone; it is bigger than just the food you are eating or not eating. It can feel lonely, shameful, isolating and negatively impact one’s self-esteem. It is important when you are ready to get healthy that you find the right helpers to assist you through the recovery process.

Anorexia and Bulimia used to be the only ways we could describe unhealthy relationships with food and our bodies. Today there is a spectrum of disorders that almost everyone can relate to on some level. Binge eating, negative self-talk, internal and external bullying around food and weight, family values and abuse around body image, body dysmorphia, addiction to dieting, over exercising and the list goes on.

“I am strong. I am beautiful. I am enough.”
– Vanessa Pawlowski

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Clinical Staff Expertise

Our staff of trained Psychologists, Clinical Social Workers, and Professional Clinical Counselors use a variety of approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, psychodynamic therapy, family-focused, and interpersonal therapy to treat concerns with body image and disordered eating. We are equipped to help you begin or continue your journey into self-healing and leaving behind the heaviness and unhappiness that accompanies negative body image and disordered eating. We welcome you to step into your new sense of self, of recovery, self-love and feeling in control of your life once more.

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Struggling with your relationship with your body, thinking you have an unhealthy connection to food and/or hyper focusing on weight and self comparison can impact your self-esteem and self worth. These are just a few of the things that indicate that you may need support to get to a healthier place when it comes to loving your body, caring for yourself and relating to food in a more balanced way.