Suzanne More Kerr, M.A. (C. Psych.), C.C.C.
Marriage & Family & Individual Psychotherapist
Location: 611 - 267 O'Connor Street, Ottawa K2P 1V3
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When I see a client with an eating disorder, I do not focus on the disordered behaviour as such. Rather, together we explore the client's family or origin and attachment history--from which our belief system about ourselves and the world are derived. I see this disordered behaviour as most often the result of the debilitating effect of an attachment wound.
Jane Langmaid, M. Ed. (Counselling)
Canadian Certified Counsellor
Location: 124 O'Connor St, Suite 503, Ottawa K1P 5M9
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My experience is primarily with overeating. I like Martha Beck's "been there" caring philosophy and approach and recommend her book and CD "The Four Day Win". My role is to provide psychological support. In addition to working on historical issues that may stand in the way, there is also a need to befriend the "inner critic" and "wild child" voices inside, and take small steps that are sustainable. I encourage assistance from groups and dietician and provide family/couple sessions as needed.
Conny Barry, M.A., M.Ed. (Counselling), CCC
Canadian Certified Counsellor and Psychotherapist
Location: Ottawa South, Alta Vista, Ottawa K1H 5T7
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In a supportive and empathic environment I help people who are suffering from an eating disorder to develop trust, build motivation for change, implement and maintain strategies to change as well as monitor their recovery process and journey of self-discovery. I work with both cognitive and behavioral strategies as well as an insight-oriented focus on the client's awareness of self and body. My work with an eating disorder often includes family of origin issues.
Kim Maillet, B. Ed, MA, CCC
Certified Canadian Counsellor
Location: 773 Percifor Way, Ottawa K1W 0E5
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The goals for someone with an eating disorder may be to improve her/his body image and self-esteem and, perhaps to address other emotional issues. If you have an eating disorder, or think you may have one; you may discover that you have other problems in your life such as depression, stress, or substance abuse. You may explore feelings of sadness, anxiety, or anger with your therapist. When clients and therapists have a “good fit” with one another, counselling sessions can help a client to explore their “eating disordered thinking” and behaviors and learn strategies to become healthy and whole.
Yoshie Martinez, M.Ed., CCC
Canadian Certified Counsellor
Location: 317 Catherine St., Ottawa K2R 5T4
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Eating disorders often arise from a lack of control over one's life. This need is often created from a rigid and demanding environment that did not give you freedom to be yourself. You were forced to behave and meet expectations to be someone you are not comfortable being and did not have someone you could fully trust to be yourself and to lean on.
I will give you space to be yourself and work with you to regain a sense of self, while providing tools to cope with life's stressors.
Richard Merrill Haney, M.Ed., Ph.D. (Counselling Therapy)
Couple Counselling/Coaching and Family Mediation Specialist
Location of Therapist: Ottawa, ON K2P 1X7
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In my counselling practice and in my hypnotherapy practice I often talk with clients about what is "weighing them down" when they come to me with weight issues. If they come to me with an eating disorder that is not about weight but about consumption practices that are hurting them I will ask them how they connect with their external world and their life-style without using food or drink as the connector. In either case I have several hypnotherapy techniques that are specifically designed for overcoming eating disorders.
Liesel Aranyosi, B.S. Psychology, RPC, CBT
Registered Professional Counsellor
Location: 53 Bluegrass Dr., Kanata
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Eating Disorders is another behavior that has been learned through practice. It is another habit that can be unlearned. It is effective to go into the underlying reasons for the behavior. There, we will find a lot of self esteem issues and deeply rooted negative core beliefs which are negative underlying assumptions about ourselves. People can greatly benefit from correcting those negative core assumptions so we may stop the surfacing of negative thoughts. By learning how to, we can change negative thoughts to either neutral or positive thoughts, which will tell our brains to make our bodies feel calmer or happier feelings. Only then are we able to stop the self defeating behaviors.
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