Find An Eating Disorder Therapist in Madoc, ON.

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


Amelia Perri, RP, RN, BScN, MC
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Amelia Perri, RP, RN, BScN, MC

Registered Psychotherapist and Counsellor

In L4L 8K5 - Nearby to Madoc.

Eating disorders are a complex mental health problem with many contributing factors. My approach focuses on understanding the context of the eating disorder development with each individual client, learning about triggers for related behaviours, and exploring and healing underlying issues. Clients will learn to cope without the eating disorder and will be able to minimize or eliminate unhealthy behaviours. In addition, clients will rediscover who they are away from the eating problem. Many clients have described feeling free or like they have "been lifted out of the fog" as they recover and are able to enjoy their life without the eating disorder thoughts and behaviours interfering.

Flora Svinarenko, MSW, RSW
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Flora Svinarenko, MSW, RSW

Psychotherapist

In L6A 3Y9 - Nearby to Madoc.

The road to recovery might be very difficult, but recovery is possible! We will be working on identifying and changing your rules and fears around food and body image, as well as learning how to cope with painful emotions or the need to feel in control. I try to be flexible in my approach and we will decide together on the treatment modality, which can include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders, Narrative Therapy, Distress Tolerance and Emotion Regulation.

Nidhi Gupta, R.I.H.R, Dip. BSc (Hons), RPc
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Nidhi Gupta, R.I.H.R, Dip. BSc (Hons), RPc

Regd. Psycotherapist: Individuals, Teens, Couples, Families

In M3J 2C4 - Nearby to Madoc.

Eating disorders are closely related to the intense emotional issues that a person is not yet ready to embrace. Eating becomes a distraction or a way out of these painful emotions, and a ready distraction. The treatment methodology I provide is to do a family sculpt of you as a child in your family of origin, so you can learn about the messages, beliefs and rules your learned around body image, food, sexuality, emotions and feelings. We also explore loneliness and inner child work as a way to uncover how is eating and why? Often it is the inner child who eats because he/she is lonely and feels abandoned. I encourage a deep spiritual practice of mindfulness and bodywork in this field.

Dharshini Chanderbhan, BSc., M.A, RP
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Dharshini Chanderbhan, BSc., M.A, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

In M2N 1M8 - Nearby to Madoc.

At Chanderbhan Counselling Services we believe that self-esteem is closely tied to eating disorders. Our focus in helping you overcome your struggle with eating disorder is to improve and enhance your self-esteem and self confidence. Our therapists will work with you to explore healthy copy strategies, which will include collaborating with other practitioners, including naturopaths, dietitians and weight management counsellors.

David Fairweather
Eating Disorder Counsellor

David Fairweather

Certified Psychotherapist

In L4L 1A6 - Nearby to Madoc.

In my experience, self acceptance and self esteem lie at the core of almost every eating condition, even when anxiety feels like the primary motivation for your behavior. Having said that, I never make assumptions about why you do what you do and what is motivating the relationship you have with food. I work hard in our relationship to understand what it feels like to be you so that we can both learn what it will take to change your eating habits for the better and encourage natural and healthy associations with both food and your body.

Matt Cahill, RP
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Matt Cahill, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

In M5T 2E4 - Nearby to Madoc.

There many ways we might describe what an "eating disorder" is, and I can tell you that these come in many forms: body image plays a big role in this, but sometimes it can appear as a over-concentration on food in general (caloric intake, food sensitivity, etc), or the way we associate the intake of food with being with others (family, romantic partner, colleagues). It's a wide-ranging topic and it can be very difficult to open up about, so I allow lots of room for clients in order for them to become comfortable enough to discuss their feelings around this.

Winnie Lai, MDiv, RP, CCFT, RMFT
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Winnie Lai, MDiv, RP, CCFT, RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist

In M2M 3S4 - Nearby to Madoc.

Winnie has walked with clients to understand their root cause of their binging and purging. It is not just the compulsion of binging. Your body and your emotional well-being are also strongly impacted by it. Being aware that you may have some symptoms of Eating Disorders is a giant step. With self awareness, you can learn about what is Eating Disorders, and learn different coping strategies to help yourself. You can make a change! You can break the cycle of binging and purging!

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

In M9R 1Y4 - Nearby to Madoc.

Eating disorders are connected to the value that society puts on appearance. In North American and European cultures, the ideal is to be thin. Being overweight is obvious to the world and viewed by society as a shameful condition. This is a demoralizing position to be in. Eating disorders are predominantly an issue for women, who naturally go through changes in their weight. But this is also an issue for men, who can hurt just as deeply if they feel unworthy of love by virtue of their appearance. My approach is to help people feel good from the inside out. I recognize that weight issues can be the source of shame, bullying and marginalization. These are often the areas we work on in therapy.

Jaime Saibil, M.A.
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Jaime Saibil, M.A.

Registered Psychotherapist & Cognitive behavioural therapist

In M5S 1T6 - Nearby to Madoc.

Have you ever thought about what you were eating and why? Do you know what you were thinking and feeling at the time you were choosing which food to eat? Were you sad, anxious, or stressed about something? Or, had you just finished a stressful experience and felt the need for ‘comfort food’? Have you ever heard the term, ‘emotional eating’? Firstly, let me tell you, you are NOT alone! Many people with psychological problems turn to food for comfort and relief from stress. I can help you design an action plan to manage these challenging thoughts, feelings, and behavioural choices, towards your goals and sustainable change.

Emma DeRaaf, (B.A.) Psychology
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Emma DeRaaf, (B.A.) Psychology

Clinical Counsellor

In L6J 1J4 - Nearby to Madoc.

Eating disorders can take over an individual’s life and make it difficult for them not to focus on their physical appearance and how to take back control of their lives by controlling their bodies. Fortunately, with counselling and the focus on coping skills, an individual is able to get control of their lives and bodies without having to engage in the behaviours they associate with their eating disorders. With the help of counselling, you can find freedom.

Sharon Purcell, MSW, RSW, SEP
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Sharon Purcell, MSW, RSW, SEP

Somatic Experiencing Psychotherapist, Coach, and Counselor

In M2R 2A8 - Nearby to Madoc.

Our relationship with food is inescapable. Overeating/denial patterns reflect an effort to combat isolation and the absence of equilibrium in relational dynamics. We are biologically engineered for connection and resonance. When that basic need is not met, we strategize survival in unique ways. By addressing all levels of experience, you can track the sequences relating to choice and absence of choice, be more present to your own emotions, cultivating a deeper connection with your body and yourself which naturally progresses into empowered relationships. Family members can learn to connect and resonate effectively, reducing isolation and creating the longed for feeling of belonging.

Michael Sa'd, M.S.W., R.S.W., CSFT
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Michael Sa'd, M.S.W., R.S.W., CSFT

Registered Clinical Social Worker, Counsellor, Certified Solution-Focused Therapist

In M5S 2G6 - Nearby to Madoc.

Eating and body image issues have become an increasing area of concern for both men and women. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is one of the therapies of choice when it comes to the treatment of eating and body image disorders. In my practice, I use an individualized tailored approach to each client where we look at behavioural disturbances in dietary regulations such as overeating and dietary restricting as well as how one may overvalue weight, shape, and appearance. I can help you to develop healthier eating behaviours and self-regulation strategies with the hope of increasing your self-esteem and self-worth.

Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Sarah Chana Radcliffe, M.Ed., C.Psych

Psychologist

In M6A 2A1 - Nearby to Madoc.

I can help those suffering from eating disorders by addressing the stress and emotional distress that underlies and maintains disordered eating. I employ a wide range of innovative interventions including Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy, EMDR, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), HeartMath and others.



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Madoc is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 277.97 square kilometers.  The population of Madoc is 2,078 people with 804 households . The population ranking for Madoc is #1314 nationally and #302 for the province of Ontario with a density of 7.50 people per sq km. Madoc therapists serve postal code: L6V.