Many people struggle with eating disorders, but even more struggle with disordered eating. While some people may clearly meet the criteria for an eating disorder, others may not -- but this does not mean they feel calm around food. Whether or not you meet the standards for an eating disorder, we can work together to understand the origins, triggers and challenges particular to your difficulties with food.
I provide an integrated, mind-body approach to this focus, with implementation of practical skills to manage even the most difficult situations around eating. Yoga and mindfulness are just a couple of the strategies I use in addition to more traditional psychotherapy practices. The goal of this work is for you to feel in touch with both your physical and emotional side, without feeling that you are depriving either aspect of your life.
Still unsure if you have an Eating Disorder? Take this informative assessment to find out more.
What I'm reading...
Days at the Morisaki Bookshop
I'm not always reading clinical books. Actually, a big part of my self-care is reading things that have little to do with
therapy. This slim book was a holiday gift and is a translation from Japanese into English. The story of a broken-hearted twentysomething living in the top floor of her uncle's overcrowded
bookshop has a evocative sense of place and is a quick read.