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Jayn Rajandran, LMFT, CGE, DTS, MA I/O Psychology
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 665 Lytton Ave, Palo Alto
I will look at the best approach for treating the eating disorder, based on your strengths, symptoms, severity and issues that are present. The effectiveness really does depends on being able to address the physical as well as the psychological aspects of your situation effectively. The aspects that will need to be addressed are nutritional needs, medical, a healthy relationship with food and to get to the root causes off life and its challenges and how to cope effectively and efficiently. The effective treatment tends to be a combination of therapy, nutritional assessment and counseling and support group. In some severe cases, residential treatment and or hospitalization has been effective
Margaret Petersen, MA, MFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
Location: 344 Division Street Suite 202, Plleasanton
You are entitled to a body that is healthy and strong, and making the commitment to move into health sometimes requires loving support from a seasoned therapist who understands all the many nuances of disordered eating.
The problem isn't food as much as it is a problem of relationship with ourselves. With compassionate understanding I can help you move from the complexities of maintaing an eating disorder into the safety of recovery that allows you to be at peace, once and for all, with the authentic YOU within. Please call me today for more information about the tools and paths to recovery I utilize. I can be reached at 925-520-5263.
Neal Winblad, MFT
Marriage, Family Therapist
Location: 780 Main St. Suite #201, Pleasanton
Most eating disorders are experienced by people whose lives feel out of control. This often comes from having an autonomic nervous system that does not regulate the body well. This dysregulation is based in both shock trauma (single episode overwhelming events) and developmental trauma (repeated lower grade trauma and attachment/neglect problems). I use Somatic Experiencing to help individuals to gain mastery over their autonomic nervous system and feel like they are once again back in control of their body and their life.
Mina Skoutelakis, M.S., L.M.F.T.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 5776 Stoneridge Mall Road, Pleasanton
I use Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing to help those with compulsive eating patterns. This new way of using EMDR helps to disconnect the link between food and the feeling you may be chasing when you turn to food for things it cannot provide - love, comfort, safety, etc. Contact me for more information to see if this is the right treatment for you.
Elena Spector, Psy. D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Location: 1040 Noel Drive, Ste. 208, Redwood City
Dr. Spector specializes in treating patients with different types of eating disorders including Anorexia, Bulimia, as well as such conditions as Compulsive Overeating and/or specific Food Addictions. Her advanced treatment approach addresses more than just symptomatology of an individual's eating habits. It also focuses on the root causes of the problem: the emotional triggers that lead to eating disorders, underlying issues, such as low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, as well as difficulties coping with stress, sadness, and other negative emotions. Dr. Spector applies her deep knowledge to help her patient gain control over their conditions.
Bonnie Bernell, Ed.D.
Location: 851 Fremont Avenue, Suit 98, Los Altos
The health at every size (HAES) approach is looking at what works over time. Eating consciously, moving for fun and pleasure, getting excellent medical care and surrounding yourself with people who cherish you is the focus for a healthy life. What matters is living a full and bountiful life, now, and making the modest changes that can last over a lifetime. I wrote the award winning, celebratory book on the subject, Bountiful Women. See BountifulWomen.com for loads of details. Call me and let’s talk!
Kristina Schasker, M.A., MFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 2 Crow Canyon Court, Suite #110, San Ramon
When someone is suffering with an eating disorder the best treatment will be a comprehensive program consisting of a medical evaluation, nutrition and exercise counseling, psychotherapy for the individual and perhaps the family as well, support groups and possibly a referral to a psychiatrist. The client may have access to all these through an inpatient treatment program or may be seeking to piece these together in outpatient treatment. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy has been shown to be an important part of effective treatment for eating disorders. CBT can help support the individual and the family in understanding the dynamics of an eating disorder and working to overcome it.
Liz Zed, Ph.D.,RCC, ACPEC, CMC
CA Licensed Psychologist PSY 19948 BC RCC 4348
Location: 1000 Fremont Ave. Suite 270, Los Altos
One of my favorite self-designed group processes revolved around addressing body image via an eclectic experiential format. At our core we are magnificent individual Selves, whole and complete, and most of us have a ways to go in learning to appreciate ourselves and our bodies. The work to arrive at such an appreciation takes many experiential forms through exercises designed to define personal boundaries, feel into our sensory experiencing with awareness, kinesthetically, connect with our wise inner guide, and listen deeply to the stirrings of our individual souls. By trusting our inner wisdom, living healthfully honoring self & environment we can become examples of that which we value.
Belen Mora-Byers, Psy.D.
Location: 961 Laurel St. Suite 205, San Carlos
Eating disorders can be lethal and getting help will involve the collaboration of different professionals working with the same goal--helping the individual and the family return to a healthier way of taking care of the body and mind and living a life worth living. A psychologist will play a very important role in providing the necessary tools to help the individual stop self-harming, redefine the relationship with food, and start nurturing the body and mind back to health.
Lisa Gray, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 2222 Second Street, Suite 14, Livermore
Having suffered from an eating disorder personally for most of my life, I feel like an expert on the subject. Not only have I read every book ever written on the subject (maybe an exaggeration!), I have also personally tried many of the techniques and I know a lot about what works and doesn't work. But above that, I know how painful it is to suffer from an eating disorder, and how hopeless it sometimes feels. You CAN get better, let me help!
Eating Disorder Fremont.
Eating disorders can be life threatening if not treated. If you or someone you love in California is struggling with binge eating, bulimia, or anorexia, Fremont counseling for eating disorders is vital to recovery. Theravive California therapists who specialize in eating disorder treatment Fremont, CA can help you to a full recovery. Anorexia and bulimia are devastating in Fremont to those who are suffering. Contact a Fremont treatment therapist for eating disorders to begin your recovery.
Welcome to our network of Fremont eating disorder therapists. If you or a loved one is struggling with anorexia, binge eating or bulimia, eating disorder treatment in Fremont, CA is available to you. With professional and caring eating disorder counseling Fremont, hope and healing is within reach. California therapists who specialize in eating disorders, Fremont, can give you powerful tools and treatment that are aimed at curing the problem, and restoring individual dignity and self worth.