Find An Eating Disorder Therapist in Kitchener, ON.

Experienced counsellors in Kitchener, ON for anorexia, bulimia, food aversion, orthorexia nervosa and other food issues.


Eating Disorder Counsellor

Janeen Weatherhead, RP, CCC

Registered Psychotherapist & Canadian Certified Counsellor

This area is close to my heart as it has touched my life personally and profoundly. I have journeyed with several friends and clients through their eating disorder, so the benefit for you is that I have a great deal of hands on experience and understand the complexity of it. There is so much buried deep below your eating disorder, then there are the messages you tell yourself and battle everyday, don't forget the shame and guilt you suffer through every time you binge, purge or tell someone about it, and what about the fear and anxiety (that's a tough one), I truly understand how complex and deep it runs. I can walk with you! There is hope!

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Bojena Kelmendi, M.S.W. R.S.W.

Registered Social Worker, Therapist

12-421 Greenbrook Dr., Kitchener, Ontario

Eating disorder can overshadow your life, stealing the joy and self-respect. I have worked with many who struggled with eating disorders and disordered eating and yes, it is possible to fight it and move beyond it. In the therapy with me you become aware of your strengths, your limitations and areas that need strengthening. You discover you are not alone and let the guilt and shame sweep away and become stronger. You learn how to create healthier boundaries, recognize triggers and become emotionally and mentally stronger.

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Sarah Schlote, MA, RP, CCC, SEP

Registered Psychotherapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner

5420 Highway 6 North, rooms 338-342 (East Entrance), Guelph, Ontario

The Refuge's team views eating disorders (like addictions) compassionately, as a symptom of unresolved emotional pain or trauma. Our therapists can support you in the journey towards processing and healing the underlying hurts that are resulting in disordered eating as a coping strategy. Together, we can build the emotional regulation, distress tolerance and impulse management skills on the inside that can reduce the reliance on unhealthy eating patterns on the outside, so that pain isn't so overwhelming. We can also explore body image, negative self-talk, self-criticism, shame, discomfort "being in your body", and help restore a sense of self-worth, self-compassion and resiliency.

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Bayridge Counselling Centre

Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling

28 Weber Street, Unit 2, Kitchener, Ontario

Eating disorders such as bulimia, anorexia, binge eating, and compulsive eating as well preoccupation with weight and shape are quite common in our culture and can be devastating and complex. Often there are severe consequences in terms of productivity, relationships and health. The good news is that it is possible to find our way out of an eating disorder. Whether through individual, family or group therapy, counsellors can assist us in changing our perceptions and behaviours and develop healthy self-esteem, communication, coping skills and emotional well being. (If we could have done it on our own... we would have by now.)

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Susan Lovelady, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

39 Murrayhill Court, Kitchener, Ontario

I can help you feel more in control of your life and change your focus to the things that bring you joy. I believe that eating disorders are a serious illness that can be helped by counselling that explores healthy ways to express and dispel your feelings and to have realistic self-talk. It will lead to a change in your eating habits and help you feel in control of your life. You will be given the opportunity to explore the underlying issues and to resolve them.

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Maya Polywjanyj, M.Sc., Psychological Associate

Registered Psychological Associate, Clinical Psychology

195 King St W, Unit 303, KITCHENER, Ontario

Often, poor and unhealthy eating patterns are connected with poor emotional management and low self esteem. I have seen eating disorders co-exist with past and unresolved trauma. Using cognitive, emotional focused and mindfulness based therapy, we will get to the root of your unhealthy eating behaviour. We will explore inner resources you have to cope with emotional reactivity. Quite often, healing trauma from the past might be required in your healing journey. Thus, allowing you to have a more positive and in control feeling in your life.

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Shelley Read, BA, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker, Counsellor, Aging Well Consultant

690 Belmont Ave W., Suite 101, Kitchener, Ontario

Does body image effect weight loss? Absolutely. People with poor body image often struggle more with emotional eating as well as the lack of confidence to choose a healthy lifestyle. Research indicates that improving body image can enhance a person's ability to adopt a healthy weight loss plan and be successful (Journal of Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity). Learning to accept and love our bodies and ourselves is an important and often a difficult ongoing struggle. Rather than trying primarily to be thin, women should work towards focusing their energy into developing healthier lifestyles as well as experimenting with what weight feels comfortable.

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Janice A. Graham, Ph.D., RCC

Psychotherapist - Professional Therapy by Phone & Email

People eat in unhealthy harmful ways often because of emotional or circumstantial reasons. But whatever the cause you are tired of the situation and want to change things. Maybe you have sought medical advice for an eating disorder. I will ask you to tell me your story and ask lots of questions for clarifying detail. Maybe you will identify low self esteem or issues about power, control or relationship. Counseling will support you by looking at why you use food and eating as a strategy to cope with your problems. We may talk about advertising pressures that make you want to look like a model or entertainer. We will look at eating management strategies and help you to gain in personal power.

Eating Disorder Counsellor

Leanna Callum, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker, Art Therapist

610 Lancaster Street West, Kitchener, Ontario

Leanna has specialized training and experience in treating thoughts and behaviours associated with eating disorders. She works with individuals and their families. Leanna’s approach is to address disordered thinking about food and the body, and to work toward a healthy sense of the self and the body. She uses various theoretical approaches to identify and address underlying contributing factors to the expression of symptoms. Leanna also focuses on relational dynamics and the connection to the self and others, particularly family members, as an important consideration in creating effective coping and lasting change. She also considers cultural influences. The development of self-compassion and acceptance are keys to this effective approach to treatment.


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Are you ready to start on a new path? Thank you for visiting our Ontario search of licensed therapists in Kitchener 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 Kitchener right now and begin your new life.

Kitchener is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 136.77 square kilometers.  The population of Kitchener is 233,222 people with 92,217 households . The population ranking for Kitchener is #21 nationally and #9 for the province of Ontario with a density of 1705.20 people per sq km. Kitchener therapists serve postal code: N2E.