Valerie Anne Davis, Mrs
AD Specialst Life Coach Behavior Modification Counselor LLC
Phila Upper Darby Springfield Landsdowne Yeadon, Pennsylvania 19151
I provide front-line treatment options for those who are struggling with eating disorders. This is done through Behavior Modification designed for the specific eating disorder in mind. My techniques are tailor made for each individual client according to their situation. This will lead to a more stable life including improvements in self esteem. I can be reached at 267-970-7615. email email@example.com
Lisa Silk, MSW, LCSW
Addiction Therapist, Family Therapist
119 Coulter Avenue Suite 211, Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003
Eating Disorders are often very misunderstood. Like addiction, many think the behavior is a choice. Unfortunately, once a person has crossed the line into a true eating disorder they no longer are in control even though that is often just what they were searching for to begin with. I help clients find recovery through empathic counseling. It is possible to find peace with your body and within yourself. Hope is here.
Susan Maroto, L.C.S.W.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
517 south Orange Street, media, Pennsylvania 19063
Eating disorders often emerge as a response to other problems. When people are upset or overwhelmed, they develop coping mechanisms, sometimes destructive ones. Some control their eating and weight as a response to scary situations over which they have no control or fall into "emotional eating" rather than eating when hungry. Susan helps people learn the source of their food issues. By learning to manage and be more comfortable with a range of emotions and by developing a broader repertoire of coping strategies for life's challenges, Susan's clients learn to have a healthy relationship with food and with their bodies, even in a society obsessed with appearance and the "perfect" body.
Walter Matweychuk, Ph.D.
Medical Arts Building, 1601 Walnut Street, Suite 401, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
I show people with weight and eating disorders to first fully accept themselves with their problem. It is important to eliminate any shame, guilt and anxiety associated with an eating disorder. I then move onto the primary problem which is the eating disorder. Patients learn the critical role their thinking plays in perpetuating their disorder. I quickly focus in on core beliefs that are at the root of their problems. Together we work to modify these beliefs and replace them with healthier beliefs about eating, one’s body, coping with personal traumas, and engaging in sensible exercise. I teach self-control strategies that help them cope and avoid self-defeating eating behaviors.