Lisa Reed, MA, NCC, LPC, CAADC
Licensed Professional Counselor
342 South Richards Street, Bedford, Pennsylvania 15522
Helping people with Eating Disorders involves getting the person to like themselves, building up their self esteem and self worth. Education is necessary to confront faulty beliefs and actions and learn about healthy lifestyles. I am empathetic and understanding, but do not like to see people deliberately harming their bodies through either denying food or eating then binging. It may take awhile, but through a good caring, client therapist rapport and relationship, and using person centered and cognitive behavioral approaches, one can recover from eating disorders and live a happy, healthy, and normal life.
Sean Slevin, LPC, LMFT, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, National Certified Counselor
250 East Market Street, Suite D, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801
Food is a wonderful thing, but when there are parts of us that are not doing well emotionally we can end up with a unhealthy relationship with food as a way of coping. The good news is that we can change that if we work through the underlying struggles. This is something we can't do alone--the way our brains work we need the help of another person. I would be honored to help you do the growing and healing you are needing in order that you can have a better relationship food, yourself and others.