Paulina Posatko, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
1248 West Main Street, Ephrata, Pennsylvania 17522
Eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and overeating can be very difficult to cope with, not just for the person with the disorder, but also for their family members. My goal is to get to the bottom of the negative self-thoughts that are fueling the disorder and building up positive thoughts and emotions in order to take the power away from the disorder.
John Kuna, Psy.D.
189 Market Street, Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
Eating disorders affect both males and females from a variety of backgrounds and age groups. Cognitive Behavior Therapy is often a most useful approach to eating disorders. A CBT approach emphasizes recognition and identification of negative thought patterns and the way in which they have contributed to an individual's approach towards food and body image. By increasing self-awareness, together we can increase positive emotions.
Jean Pollack, PhD
Professional Relationship,WellnessLife Coach, Mediator,Author
Hanover, York, Pennsylvania 17331
Eating disorders are treated with cognitive behavioral and EMDR, to help us access an individual’s entire brain, and in doing so, we are accessing the holistic self: emotions, sensations, cognitions, and any other relevant material that may emerge.”EMDR therapy can help you to get out of this frustrating cycle by allowing you to feel the pain you are running from, develop compassion for yourself, and learn to accept and love yourself. This sounds simple but the process takes time and dedicated lifestyle changes. The rewards are a happier, less addictive lifestyle with more pleasure and less pain.EMDR therapy can be very helpful in recreating