Find An Eating Disorder Therapist in Morris, MB.

Experienced counsellors in Morris, MB for anorexia, bulimia, food aversion, orthorexia nervosa and other food issues.


Valiant Recovery, CCCCA
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Valiant Recovery, CCCCA

Residential Addiction Program

In R3B 3K6 - Nearby to Morris.

Eating disorders are a serious illness that cause destruction to a person’s food intake behaviors. They are characterized by emaciation, restricted eating, unhealthy body weight, fear of weight gain, and distorted body image. They may be defined as food addiction, anorexia, binge eating or bulimia. At Valiant Recovery, we recognize that eating disorders and addiction can occur simultaneously. We address eating disorders by providing adequate nutrition, promoting a healthy lifestyle, offering group and individual psychotherapy, and connecting clients to medical care and nutritional counseling.

Peter Makadi, B.A, MDiv., MA, DMin
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Peter Makadi, B.A, MDiv., MA, DMin

Psychotherapist / Christian / Interfaith Counsellor

In R3B 3K6 - Nearby to Morris.

Eating unhealthily can be overwhelming emotionally, psychologically, physically, spiritually and mentally. Bingeing or purging come in many forms, and affect a healthy lifestyle. The problem with eating disorder does not rest on the diet, but the dieter. I will walk with you to understand the contributing factors in your environment – lifestyle, emotions, feelings, people, situations, trauma, etc. Do not allow shame, isolation and low self-esteem keep away from seeking professional help to address your concern. I am happy to walk with you and through you to understand the underline causes, structure the treatment plan and promote a resilience lifestyle.

Karen Bourdon, MA
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Karen Bourdon, MA

Counselling Therapist

In R2M 3T2 - Nearby to Morris.

I have worked with both men and women who have struggled with eating disorders, whether it is anorexia, bulimia, overeating, body issues, or any issue with food that has had a negative affect on life. I believe that early intervention is best. I recognize that individuals with eating disorders are often sensitive, and usually have deep past wounds or thinking issues. I believe in working with this population with both sensitivity and boldness.

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT

Certified Sexual Recovery Therapist

In R2J 4A7 - Nearby to Morris.

Eating disorders are a form of addiction and I encourage you to get into a recovery program just like they would for any other addiction. It starts with counselling where I equip you to get "sobriety" from your eating disorder. This is followed up with support/work groups so that you do not have to do recovery alone. I also encourage clients to utilize accountability partners, educate themselves through reading, and establish a healthy, consistent prayer life.

Kristy Carroll, B.A, M.M.F.T
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Kristy Carroll, B.A, M.M.F.T

Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

In R2H 1J5 - Nearby to Morris.

Our relationship with food, a necessity of life, can be fraught with internal conflict, particularly when coupled with the nuances of our own self concept, the vulnerability to societal expectations, and the epidemic of feeling powerless or voiceless in our lives. I work with clients to begin to define the relationship-with food, with body, with self. And to support small but continual shifts, in a way that both respects the valid payoffs of maintaining this relationship as is, while also acknowledging the need for change and growth.

Val Neufeld, MSW, RSW
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Val Neufeld, MSW, RSW

Masters of Social Work, Registered Social Worker

In R3C 2C2 - Nearby to Morris.

Having an eating disorder can be so very isolating and it can be difficult to work through without support. There can be so much shame and secrecy and guilt attached to having an eating disorder. Living with an eating disorder makes it so difficult to be with and trust the body you live in. I have worked at the Women’s Health Clinic for many years - which is a place which specializes in eating disorders and body image. Counselling can be very beneficial in understanding where this way of living in your body has come from - how it relates to coping with difficult emotions and how to create new ways of living in and with your body.

Janice Priess, M.A.
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Janice Priess, M.A.

Counselling Therapist

In R3C 0G3 - Nearby to Morris.

Whether you have been struggling with dysfunctional eating for a few months, or had an eating disorder for years, you know how it can control your life and rob you of energy, focus, health, money, and relationships. Your eating disorder likely began as a way of coping with other life stresses like depression, abuse, or relationship problems. In counselling, we will explore how your particular disorder developed, the role it has played in your life, and work together to give you new ways of living. Counselling will include resolving hurts and difficulties of the past, developing new ways of relating to food, working on better body image and self-esteem, and building up your support system.

Don Russell, Russell & Associates Group
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Don Russell, Russell & Associates Group

Professional Counselling Therapists

In R3N 0E4 - Nearby to Morris.

Dr. Don Russell understands that disordered eating is a struggle for the whole family. It's roots are deep and just trying harder will not bring lasting success. Dr. Russell has the patience, commitment and skill to bring about lasting change. If you, or a loved one is ready to change a problematic pattern of eating give Dr.Russell a call and begin a journal towards freedom, healing and LIFE.

Lindsey Walsh, MMFT
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Lindsey Walsh, MMFT

Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy

In R2N 1S7 - Nearby to Morris.

In my understanding, overeating, anorexia, bulimia, and other eating disorders are signs of a deep need to feel safe, loved, and empowered. People I know who suffer from eating disorders have often had events in their lives that made them feel powerless and out of control. The eating disorder gives unhealthy ways for people to soothe themselves or, oppositely, to show that they have total power over their bodies. Since feeling comfort and control are necessary to our wellbeing, my clients and I learn from the pain that they want to soothe or find power over. Together, we find other ways besides overeating, not eating, or other troubling patterns, to find solace and meaning in their lives.

Susan Monkman, M.A., Certified
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Susan Monkman, M.A., Certified

Certified Counsellor, Secure Video & Phone Sessions Available

In R3L 0N9 - Nearby to Morris.

For many, eating disorders serve as a means to cope with pressures in life that are believed to be beyond their ability to cope. There is no single cause for an eating disorder. Risk factors can include negative body image, low self-esteem, disconnection from others, disallowed self-expression, preoccupation with food, and/or unrealistic family expectations. In therapy, you will begin to identify underlying issues that maintain eating disorders and gain awareness of your strengths and ability to cope, increasing self-esteem and hope.

Susan Wenzel, Susan
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Susan Wenzel, Susan

Sex and Relationship Therapist

In R3L 0K6 - Nearby to Morris.

Therapeutic process will consist of assessing the immediate danger of the client, while exploring the root of the problem be it Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge-eating. When client share their stories in the session sometime they begin to discover how unhealthy interpersonal relationship has affected their way of being. Some people might binge eat because that is the only control they feel they have, therefore I help them deal with co-dependency issues so that they can learn to make a health choices. The client also learns to become aware of her or his triggers, and take positive control of what happens next. For example if you always binge-eat after a fight with your mom, instead of using food as a ....

Michelle Morand, Online and Phone Support
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Michelle Morand, Online and Phone Support

M.A. Counselling; Successful Internet & Phone Counselling

In R3C 0B8 - Nearby to Morris.

People often come to us after having tried many forms of therapy, diets, perhaps residential treatment and/or some medication to try and manage the symptoms of their eating disorder. Many of our clients have been told that their eating disorder is something that they will have to manage, to some extent, for the rest of their life. That's just not true. The many clients we have worked with over the past 20+ years can attest to this. Eating disorders are simply coping strategies; you could see them as confused responses to stress. You'll learn quickly how to identify what's triggering you and you'll see yourself quickly feeling peaceful, confident and relating normally and happily to food.

Josiah M. Mutua, M.A. Counselling Psychology
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Josiah M. Mutua, M.A. Counselling Psychology

Counsellor / Psychotherapist

In R3G 2X5 - Nearby to Morris.

Eating disorders usually involve deeply embedded patterns of perceiving, evaluating and feelings about the self in relation to body image and weight. My work with individuals struggling with eating disorders involves creating a safe, accepting, respectful, empathic and caring environment that facilitates honest self-exploration to identify experiences and beliefs that underlie the disorder. I support individuals in resolving past pain; help them confront and restructure faulty beliefs, thought patterns and perceptions about themselves; enhance positive evaluations about themselves; and encourage adherence to a structure for adaptive weight regulation and accountability. A helpful strategy!

Alan Vanderwater, M.A. /Registered MCSW
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Alan Vanderwater, M.A. /Registered MCSW

Counselling Therapist

In R3B 0W5 - Nearby to Morris.

Self acceptance is so much at the centre of many of our struggles, and I find this particularly true with eating disorders. The battle to accept ourselves as we are, to feel good in our own skin, is as central to recovery as one's relationship with food itself. I work with both the inner struggle to self accept, as well as the related manifestation of disorder.

Casey Paul, M.M.F.T., C.C.C.
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Casey Paul, M.M.F.T., C.C.C.

Marriage and Family Therapist

In R3B 3K6 - Nearby to Morris.

Eating disorders are viewed differently depending on what model of therapy a professional is looking from. I believe that working with trauma and social pressures can assist in unpacking how our relationship with food can affect our lives, and how control in these areas can be used for health and wellness. I use the Solution-Focused and Psychotherapeutic models to gain an understanding and set goals for how we can work together to face this difficult issue together.

Luella Jonk, PhD, RP, C. Hyp., CPC
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Luella Jonk, PhD, RP, C. Hyp., CPC

Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Hypnotherapist, Professional Counsellor

In R2M 0T5 - Nearby to Morris.

Eating Disorders, is without a doubt, a very complex group of disorders. The underlying theme however is the same for all; that is, taking control of one aspect life where one is able to see and feel quite drastic changes, quickly. For anorexia it stems from strict denial of calories. For Bulimia Nervosa, ridding your body of calories after ingestion. The drive and will power to do either often comes about when there is no self-love, self-esteem, confidence, or self-worth. The insecurities about their daily decisions haunts them, and therefore turn towards controlling this aspect of their lives. My job is to guide them towards the root cause of the insecurities regain their self-worth.

Kirsten Schroeder, BA, MA, MA (Counseling)
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Kirsten Schroeder, BA, MA, MA (Counseling)

Psychotherapist

In R2H 0G9 - Nearby to Morris.

Your relationship with food is a difficult one, and you spend most of your time thinking about it. Eating disorders are often a method we use to cope with difficult feelings and situations. Whether you are preoccupied with weight or have developed an eating disorder, recovery is possible. I am committed to providing you a warm, non-judgmental environment in which to share your story. Together we will work to identify and transform the root causes of your disordered eating.

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA

Approved Psychotherapist and Supervisor

In R3B 3K6 - Nearby to Morris.

This is a disorder that strikes fear and dread into the hearts of parents and into the lives of all who suffer from its effects. After many years and clients struggling with this disorder, I have come to recognize the best strategies and healing techniques to undermine the power of this sometimes overwhelming condition and bring emotional and physical healing.

Ailia Mikolash, Clinic Director, Thrive Counselling
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Ailia Mikolash, Clinic Director, Thrive Counselling

Registered Social Worker

In R3C 3Y4 - Nearby to Morris.

It's scary when you have an eating disorder. You feel out of control, and full of shame. We can help you let go of your shame and find freedom. We use a variety of approaches, including person-centered counselling, CBT, EMDR, and art therapy to help you find ways to express yourself, heal, and learn to love the beautiful person you are. Call us today.

Donna Youngdahl, MMFT
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Donna Youngdahl, MMFT

Individual, Couple, and Family Therapist

In R3L 0N9 - Nearby to Morris.

Working in conjunction with your medical professionals, I can support you in helping you understand the roots of your eating disorder, understand your progress through stages of change, and provide you with unconditional support and understanding. Using mindfulness and resources in dialectical behavioral therapy, I will support you in setting goals for shifting your patterns around body image and food.


You Have Found Honest and Real Therapy for Food Issues in Morris, MB.

Are you ready to start on a new path? Thank you for visiting our Manitoba search of licensed therapists in Morris who specialize and have experience treating food issues such as anorexia, over eating, food aversions, orthorexia nervosa and bulimia.  Food issues affect anyone, both children and adults and can impede our relationships and daily life. Counselling for help with food and eating is a vital component of healthy recovery and restoration. Find the right counselor for eating and food issues in Morris right now and begin your new life.

Morris is located in Manitoba, Canada. It has a land area of 1038.32 square kilometers.  The population of Morris is 3,047 people with 970 households . The population ranking for Morris is #1009 nationally and #51 for the province of Manitoba with a density of 2.90 people per sq km. Morris therapists serve postal code: R0G.