Lawrence Pincus, Ed.S, LCSW, LMFT, LAC
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
2005 Valparaiso St., Valparaiso, IN
As eating disorders are becoming more prevalent in society, it becomes increasingly important to treat them. My experience with eating disorders has shown me that often clients with eating disorders have other struggles and difficulties as well. These difficulties may include low self-esteem, body dissatisfaction, and relationship problems. Clients find that an improved sense of self-esteem, good coping skills, and improved interpersonal relationship helps to reduce the desire to feel the need to engage in the behaviors associated with eating disorders.
Robert Kallus, M.S., LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist/Counselor
2922 Foggy Glen Drive, Valparaiso, IN
Eating disorders is not an area of specialization. It is a very serious problem, especially when the disorder results in morbid obesity or severe malnutrition. If you have an eating disorder, you should see a specialist, and you should consider the possibility of treatment for anxiety and depression, as well as family problems that could be playing a role in your health condition.
Mid America Psychological and Counseling Service, P.C.
Mid-America Psychological and Counseling Services,
7725 Broadway Ste A, Merrillville, IN
Behavioral and emotional assessment and etiology and maintaining factors of eating disorders, and MI/SA assessment if needed. Eating disorders are often a part of depression, self esteem issues, traumatic past experiences, coping with issues for which treatment is sought, and addressing interpersonal resolutions. Therefore, treatment is wholistic and takes into account multiple facets of eating disorders.