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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.

Ashburn Psychological Services

Ashburn Psychological Services

44110 Ashburn Shopping Plaza, Suite 251, Ashburn, Virginia 20147

Ashburn Psychological Services offers treatment for eating disorders. Proper diagnosis and treatment are essential for improvement since eating disorders are complex and often comorbid with other mental health concerns. Cognitive-behavior therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive remediation therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, family therapy, behavior therapy, and music therapy are some of the approaches used to successfully treat eating disorders. At times, increased family involvement, medication and hospitalization is needed. We at Ashburn Psychological Services are here to help.

Michelle Kelley, LCSW

Licensed Counselor

92 Main St., Suite 202 #2, Warrenton, Virginia 20186

Are you or a loved one struggling with a possible eating disorder? The types of eating disorders which I see the most include bulimia, binge eating disorder, restricting calories, excessive exercising, and night eating syndrome. Women and teens are the most susceptible. Girls/women often struggle with body image and the "ideal body type". There is a tremendous amount of pressure to look a certain way. I get it. Please reach out to me if you are not sure about the diagnosis. I can help with that too.

Marianne Clyde, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

20 Ashby Street, Suite 105, Warrenton, Virginia 20186

Contrary to popular belief, eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and compulsive over eating are really not about food or"self control" or lack of it. There are a complex mixture of causes, each case being unique. Often times it is helpful to work in conjunction with a medical doctor and a nutritionist, while I help the client uncover the beliefs that lead to the addictive behaviors. Once we find the cause and the beliefs that hold the behaviors in place, we can change them, ultimately changing the damaging patterns.

Cynthia Rebholz, M.S., LCMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

Clarksburg, Maryland 20871

Self/Body image is often at the root of eating disorders. Our culture provides many impossible beauty exceptions. Food can become our friend, or enemy in coping with our perceived fears and insecurities. Sometimes food is used to comfort us, we become overweight in a cycle of "trying to feeling good enough". Sometimes, we fear food and restrict, or eliminate food due to fears of gaining weight, and our body image becomes distorted. Learning to love and care for our body and self takes vulnerability and trust. I am here for you, as a safe person, to assist you in stopping the process of self shame, blame, and judgement that keeps you in a hurtful, unhealthy relationship with food.

Laurie Levine, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

457-B Carlisle Drive #202, Herndon, Virginia 20170

Eating disorders to include bulimia, anorexia nervosa and binge eating disorder are all painful and complicated issues. I work with clients to heal in a shame-free environment. Both physical concerns of the body and emotional concerns of the heart are explored to help the client towards recovery. Often family members are involved in parts of the therapy to help the client in his or her healing process.

Linda Ritchie, Ph.D.

Licensed Professional Counselor/Marriage & Family Therapist

1800 Michael Faraday Drive, Suite 201, Reston, Virginia 20190

Identifying an eating disorder is often very complicated and challenging. Individuals who suffer from an eating disorder may be unwilling to accept the truth about the harmful nature of their actions.Eating disorders are characterized by a preoccupation with weight, body image, and /or food, but the reasons why an eating disorder develops are much more widely varied. We use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to treat eating disorders. This is a proven effective approach to working with this very complex issue.

Carlos Durana, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor

11417 Tanbark Dr. , Reston, Virginia 20191

Managing an eating disorder can be long-term challenge. These disorders often coexist with anxiety, depression, or substance abuse. In many cases, symptoms can become life threatening. Counseling is the most important aspect in the treatment of these disorders. I am a proponent of a comprehensive approach that also emphasizes medical monitoring and nutrition. My treatment plans help determine your needs, and establish goals and guidelines. I emphasize: normalizing eating patterns, learning skills to improve mood and eating habits, developing ways to transform negative thoughts and behaviors, adopting relationship and stress coping skills, and developing mindfulness and a healthy life-style. I recommend group support and family therapy as a part of a...(view profile to read more)

Colleen Neumann, PsyD, MSW

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

12020 Sunrise Valley Dr. Suite 100, Reston, Virginia 20191

Colleen specializes in the field of eating disorders, and has been working with adolescents and adults with eating disorders for 10 years. Colleen has worked in residential, PHP, IOP, and outpatient settings, and fully appreciates how challenging recovery from an eating disorder can be! She is motivated and dedicated to helping clients work through their struggles with eating, body image, depression, and anxiety. She uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy to identify and modify unhealthy and unhelpful beliefs and works with clients to live their lives more fully!

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