John Kuna, Psy.D.
327 North Washington Street Suite 104, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18503
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.
Catherine Kelly, DC, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
11 Webster Ave. PO Box 251, Goshen, New York 10924
The work I do with eating disorders is a highly compassionate approach, exploring with the client what the stressors have been in their lives to bring about this condition which can be very painful, debilitating and affect the entire family. We are complex people and getting to know the various aspects, thoughts, feelings of the client that leads to disordered eating can often bring about resolution and restore wholenss and balance.