Find An Eating Disorder Therapist in Oakville, ON.

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


Insight Neuropsychotherapy, Counselling, and Supervision, PhD, RP
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Insight Neuropsychotherapy, Counselling, and Supervision, PhD, RP

Kate Harper, PhD, RP Registered Psychotherapist (CRPO) & Clinical Supervisor

Oakville, Ontario L6K 3X5 | 4163151418

Eating disorders often occur alongside depression and anxiety. I view eating disorders as a symptom of deep and painful emotions, often linked to trauma, stress, or grief/loss. In our work together we can address your eating disorder in relation to your family of origin and current relationships and also address any anxiety or depression that may be occurring. The goal is to better understand the role eating disorders play in helping one to cope with the painful emotions that arise due to trauma, depression, anxiety and/or early life family of origin disruptions.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.
Eating Disorder Counselor

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

At Home or Private Discreet Intensives

While most eating disorder issues are treated by cognitive behavioral methodologies or specialized outpatient/inpatient programs, Grey Matters International and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, PhD provide relief first and foremost for the brain of one suffering from an eating disorder----without giving them medication. We believe that the neural circuitries responsible for the compulsive behaviors with eating are not necessarily only a neurotransmitter issue but of overused neural networks that affect the harmonization, balance, and decisions of the whole brain. Contact kevin@kevinfleminphd.com or 877-606-6161 to learn more about this safe and effective alternative.

Philip Starkman, MSW, RSW
Eating Disorder Counselor

Philip Starkman, MSW, RSW

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

Eating disorders benefit from the same or similar approach used for all addictive behaviours. One of the main therapeutic approaches I use is Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy. The relationship to food can be quite complex involving societal or cultural pressures, self-image, past traumas, addictive non-nutritious junk food, media images, social media pressures, bullying. Shame and guilt need to be addressed along with peer pressures. The most common eating disorders are: Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating, Pica, Rumination Disorder, Avoidance/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID), Orthorexia, Purging Disorder etc. The benefits of therapy are enhanced self-image, health and well-being.

Sarah Glinski, RP (Qualifying)
Eating Disorder Counselor

Sarah Glinski, RP (Qualifying)

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

Available for Online Therapy

Eating disorders are not really about food. They involve complex emotional issues that have significant impact on ones physical, emotional and social health. If you are preoccupied with your weight, focused on body image, size, or shape, compelled to perform specific rituals around food, obsessive about food, or deem foods as “safe” or “unsafe” to eat or uncomfortable participating in social activities involving food (such as getting dinner with friends) you may be engaging in disordered eating. I offer free consultations to answer your questions and help you determine if therapy will be beneficial for you. I look forward to hearing from you.

Henry Gulabh, M.A., OAMHP
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Henry Gulabh, M.A., OAMHP

Mental Health Therapist

345 Lakeshore Road E, Suite 208 Oakville L6J 1J5 / AND at 361 Jackson St. W, Suite 206 Hamilton L8P 1N2, Oakville, Ontario L6J 1J5 | 905 526-1914

My focus is on examining the underlying trigger-experience of early on-set traumas which unresolved often lead to the symptoms of Eating Disorders. My approach is to help you move through this with immediate daily self-calming strategies that helps with an understanding of the meaning of food as "addictive" or repulsed in this complex psycho-social dynamic. It involves using an Assertive "Voice" quelled that needs expression. Establishing daily eating habits is the core of the change that would promote a cognitive shift from the self-image script set during the traumatic experience to newly-learned behaviours that would re-align with the revised and positive and affirming new script.

Barb Kirkham, R.P.
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Barb Kirkham, R.P.

Registered Psychotherapist

492 Locust Street, Unit 1, Burlington, Ontario L7S 1V2 | (905) 928-7732

Eating disorders often feel like a quest for control in a chaotic world. It is like a voice that distorts our relationship with our bodies and our selves. You will not be defined by this struggle. Your eating disorder is not something needing eradication, but a part of your story that deserves to be understood. We will honor your experience in a non-judgmental space. Together we will rewrite the narrative about food, body, and self-worth.

Yasmin Goldie, RP, RN
Eating Disorder Counselor

Yasmin Goldie, RP, RN

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Nurse

Available for Online Therapy

Emotional eating can stem from social expectations, family of origin rituals and gatherings, and negative self-talk. Emotional eating can lead to weight gain and health concerns. I use CBT, DBT and ACT to help clients learn to recognize emotional triggers that lead to eating behaviors when not physically hungry. I also help clients develop techniques to mindfully eat, resist temptation and learn to recognize when emotions are pulling at your puppet strings.

Bayridge Counselling Centre, Counselling Centre
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Bayridge Counselling Centre, Counselling Centre

Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling

345 Lakeshore Rd. East, Unit 309, Oakville, Ontario L6J 1J4 | 905-319-1488

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.)

Alexandria Wong, RP, MA, HBSc
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Alexandria Wong, RP, MA, HBSc

Registered Psychotherapist

2904 S Sheridan Way, Suite 100, Oakville, Ontario L6J 7L9 | 6478492942

My approach to Eating Disorders is the Intuitive Eating method which uses research in science and psychology to inform our decisions around restriction and diet culture. The goal here is to address feelings of being out of control around food and overwhelming thoughts about food, weight, and body image. I have seen a lot of success with this approach through satisfaction and enjoyment of food, increased confidence and self-compassion, and healing from the trauma we put ourselves through with dieting.

Rob Stanley, MACP
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Rob Stanley, MACP

Psychotherapist

603 Argus Road, Suite 205, Oakville, Ontario L6J 6G6 | 905-208-6463

When clients are facing an eating disorder, they are facing a condition which affects their health, their identity, and ultimately, their future. When treating an eating disorder then, it is vitally important to support the whole person and not just their eating habits. Part of this support involves stabilization techniques aimed at preventing relapses and spirals, while also helping clients regard themselves in a more honest, loving, and compassionate way. We cherish the support we are able to offer clients facing an eating disorder, and we love seeing people overcome by such challenges ultimately become overcomers themselves.

Pamela Li, RP
Eating Disorder Counselor

Pamela Li, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

Eating disorder recovery is a transformative journey towards a healthier relationship with food and yourself. Through a supportive and non-judgmental therapeutic process, we will work together to develop healthier habits, improve body image, explore emotional triggers, and restore your overall well-being. If you are on the path to eating disorders recovery, reach out today for a free consultation.

Bayridge Counselling Centre- Oakville, Clinic
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Bayridge Counselling Centre- Oakville, Clinic

Individual, Couples, and Family Counselling

345 Lakeshore Road, East, Unit 309, Oakville, Ontario L6J 1J4 | 905-319-1488

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.)


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

Oakville is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 138.89 square kilometers.  The population of Oakville is 233,700 people with 66,269 households . The population ranking for Oakville is #27 nationally and #12 for the province of Ontario with a density of 1395.60 people per sq km. Oakville therapists serve postal code: L6H.