John Kuna, Psy.D.
189 Market Street, Kingston, Pennsylvania 18704
Eating disorders affect both males and females from a variety of backgrounds and age groups. Cognitive Behavior Therapy is often a most useful approach to eating disorders. A CBT approach emphasizes recognition and identification of negative thought patterns and the way in which they have contributed to an individual's approach towards food and body image. By increasing self-awareness, together we can increase positive emotions.
Barbara Shaw, MS, LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
168 West Ridge Pike, Suite 208, Limerick, Pennsylvania 19468
Eating disorders don't come out of nowhere. Our symptoms happen for a reason. We will explore how you came to have an unhealthy relationship with food and your own body. By unraveling the mystery behind your symptoms, you will begin to heal, and food will become less important with each passing day. You will come to understand that food was never really the answer, even if your entire life revolves around food today. I will help you to understand how to feel your feelings, live your life, and learn to trust in relationships and people instead of food. You are in charge - the food doesn't really have the power that we allow it to have. Let me help you in this healing process. Just ask