Find An Eating Disorder Therapist in Regina, SK.

Experienced counsellors in Regina, SK for anorexia, bulimia, food aversion, orthorexia nervosa and other food issues.


Maureen Martens, BFA, B.Ed, MA, CPC, CSAT
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Maureen Martens, BFA, B.Ed, MA, CPC, CSAT

Certified Professional Counsellor/Psychotherapist

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S9H 1N6 | 3067745435

Are you an overeater? How many diets have you tried to lose weight only to gain the weight back - maybe even weighing more than you did before you started the diet? So frustrating! So discouraging! I am an addiction expert and what I know about addiction is that when we have an addiction we need to REBOOT the brain, REBOOT the body so that the cravings and the obsession no longer govern the food choices you make. There is a way out. I can help and support you as you regain your health, lose the weight, and reclaim your life!

Beve Gardner, MA, CPCA #3519
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Beve Gardner, MA, CPCA #3519

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Lebell and Associates 2160 Smith Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2P2 | 306-359-6111

Poor self esteem, body image, and control issues can all lead to destructive eating habits. It becomes a vicious cycle. Counselling can help break the cycle and set goals to work towards healthy eating behaviors. This means an approach that a addresses and treats poor self esteem and body image and provides education on what is a healthy approach to eating and weight management.

Lola Miller, MAMFC, APC
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Lola Miller, MAMFC, APC

Professional Counselor

4 Diamond Road , Emerald Park, Saskatchewan S4L 1A4 | 306-527-3238

Eating disorders (ED) may be a response to trauma leading to feelings of lack of control of one’s body. We will find and confront the trauma that was associated with the onset of ED. Next we will process the trauma by reintegrating the events from a safe distance in psychotherapy, guided regression or hypnotherapy, and/or teach you to recognize how the body is holding the trauma in fight, flight or freeze pattern and release it. Then we help you map out new choices for a healthy lifestyle by developing strategies for catching and disengaging from thoughts surrounding your triggers and changing self-esteem by developing new positive automatic thoughts.

Colette Pelletier, Ph.D.
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Colette Pelletier, Ph.D.

Registered Doctoral Psychologist

2356 Scarth Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2J7 | 306-536-6975

In helping individuals with eating challenges, it is often important for the client to engage the support of family and also consult other professionals, such as family doctors and nutritionists, in addition to counselling to maintain safety and health. The focus of counselling is to provide an individual with the space to learn to explore thoughts, feelings, and sensations that might be contributing to the eating challenges, and to learn alternative approaches to managing the symptoms of the eating concern, whether it is over-eating or under-eating. In addition, it can be beneficial to address the often traumatic origins underlying eating problems, through the use of EMDR as a therapy.

Anne Penniston Gray, BA (Psych), BSW, MSW, RSW (SK)
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Anne Penniston Gray, BA (Psych), BSW, MSW, RSW (SK)

Counsellor, Registered Social Worker

3018 Doan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan S4V 1M1 | 306.531.6738

As a woman it is tough to reconcile what our bodies look like (or what we think our bodies look like) when we are given messages from many sources about what we should look like as women. We are also not always rewarded for expressing our "truths" and may turn to a conflicted relationship with food and eating, stuffing our feelings or not taking care of our bodies. The tricky thing is that we need food to survive so we dance this delicate dance. Learning how to share our authentic emotions and develop a sense of who we are as women are only a couple of the benefits of counselling that happens in the context of a caring, compassionate and empowering perspective.

Steve Jacobson, MA
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Steve Jacobson, MA

Steve Jacobson MA Registered Psychologist

2356 Scarth St , Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2J7 | 1-306-921-4176

One reason why eating disorders are so difficult to treat is that the person’s disordered beliefs are deeply attached to the person’s sense of self. People with eating disorders generally identify with their disorder, which makes it challenging to give it up. The loss of their disorder would involve a loss of identity. As humans, we seek to maintain our sense of self, even when our behaviors are self-harmful. Therapy that encourages a more flexible and inclusive sense of self is considered to be effective for the treatment of this disorder.

Todd Sojonky, Ph.D., R.D., Psychologist
Eating Disorder Counsellor

Todd Sojonky, Ph.D., R.D., Psychologist

Registered Doctoral Psychologist

3018 Doan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan S4V 1M1 | 306-737-6533

The knowledge that psychologists have is particularly important for you if you are living with and eating disorder. Together with you and other supports in your life we will create a personalized plan that will help you discover new hope, meaning and purpose. Three aspects of recovery---behavioral, cognitive and therapeutic---all need to be addressed in order for you to recover from your eating disorder and also to develop as a person to the point where you do not need it any more. I look forward to working with you!


You Have Found Honest and Real Therapy for Food Issues in Regina, SK.

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

Regina is located in Saskatchewan, Canada. It has a land area of 179.97 square kilometers.  The population of Regina is 215,106 people with 87,417 households . The population ranking for Regina is #24 nationally and #2 for the province of Saskatchewan with a density of 1195.20 people per sq km. Regina therapists serve postal code: S4R.