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Susan Maroto, L.C.S.W.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

5 Christy Drive, Suite 102, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 19317

Eating disorders often emerge as a response to other problems. When people are upset or overwhelmed, they develop coping mechanisms, sometimes destructive ones. Some control their eating and weight as a response to scary situations over which they have no control or fall into "emotional eating" rather than eating when hungry. Susan helps people learn the source of their food issues. By learning to manage and be more comfortable with a range of emotions and by developing a broader repertoire of coping strategies for life's challenges, Susan's clients learn to have a healthy relationship with food and with their bodies, even in a society obsessed with appearance and the "perfect" body.

Marian Kaufman, PhD, LCSW-C

Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical

116 Defense Hwy #210, Annapolis, Maryland 21401

I work with eating disorders that result in obesity. I also do psychological evaluations for those who are planning to have bariatric surgery. It is important to understand the underlying causes for this to have a successful outcome. It is also essential to identify the triggers that result in overeating or eating the wrong foods. There are two phases during therapy, that of weight loss, and that of weight maintenance. I provide a nonjudgmental space to deal with this issue while treating the whole person, not the eating disorder.

Jean Eljay, MS, PhD, CNLP, CH, AdvHC

Certified Advanced Hypnotist and NeuraLinguistic Programmer

1306 Wilmington Pike, 3rd Floor, West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382

Eating disorders are a broad spectrum of “too much” behaviors. They can stem from always seeing that image of that potato chip and not being able to say “no”. Or they may be much more serious. Indeed in my 20 year experience, eating problems are not usually related to food, but are related to unresolved or suppressed emotions. Using advanced techniques, we aim for a personal and confidential release of those emotional weights, freeing you to make healthier and ultimately beneficial choices.

Jennifer Beall, MS, NCC, LCPC, LCADC

Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

645 Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., Suite 107, Severna Park, Maryland 21146

We in the United States have a pretty unhealthy relationship with food. We go out to eat in a restaurant and are served a meal that has as much fat and calories as we're supposed to eat in a whole day, sometimes more. Then we look at a magazine or turn on the TV and see stick-thin models who look like they never eat. What are you supposed to do with that? We all need food to live, but most of us also feel like we're supposed to look like those models. We want to be perfect. We want to be in control. But so often we feel like we have no control at all. If you're ready to find a healthier, more manageable relationship with food, I'd love to help.

Colleen Fitzpatrick, MSW, LCSW, CH, Counselor

LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, CERTIFIED HYPNOTHERAPIST

8 East Kings Highway, HADDONFIELD, New Jersey 08033

My approach to treating eating disorders is that they need to addressed with compassion and genuineness. Eating disorders are very misunderstood by most therapists. I have specific experience with eating disorders and how to help you successfully identify and examine the roots of your emotions that relate to your behaviors. You deserve to be heard, understood and helped.

The Center For Extraordinary Relationships, LCSW

Psychotherapist

102 Browning Lane, Building C-5, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08003

I help clients to develop a more peaceful relationship to food and your body by understanding that one's relationship with food is the doorway to the rest of your life. By learning to separate yourself from your Inner Critic, and learning to treat yourself with kindness and compassion, you can truly understand the reasons why you have an unhealthy relationship to food and your body. Understanding how your relationship to food is a microcosm of your relationship to almost everything, has the power to heal your life in profound ways.

Walter Matweychuk, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Medical Arts Building, 1601 Walnut Street, Suite 401, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102

I show people with weight and eating disorders to first fully accept themselves with their problem. It is important to eliminate any shame, guilt and anxiety associated with an eating disorder. I then move onto the primary problem which is the eating disorder. Patients learn the critical role their thinking plays in perpetuating their disorder. I quickly focus in on core beliefs that are at the root of their problems. Together we work to modify these beliefs and replace them with healthier beliefs about eating, one’s body, coping with personal traumas, and engaging in sensible exercise. I teach self-control strategies that help them cope and avoid self-defeating eating behaviors.

Lauren Toepel, MS

Therapist

1845 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

I can assist with regaining and growing your self-confidence, self-love, feelings of worthiness, and unleashing your greatest weapon: Your Voice. Together we can be vulnerable, and conquer fear and rigidity. You can learn to use your voice to communicate your wants, needs and feelings instead of using your body. The world will finally be able to hear and see you clearly and beautifully.

Lisa Silk, MSW, LCSW

Addiction Therapist, Family Therapist

119 Coulter Avenue Suite 211, Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003

Eating Disorders are often very misunderstood. Like addiction, many think the behavior is a choice. Unfortunately, once a person has crossed the line into a true eating disorder they no longer are in control even though that is often just what they were searching for to begin with. I help clients find recovery through empathic counseling. It is possible to find peace with your body and within yourself. Hope is here.

Dr Frank Lodato. PHD

Dr. Frank Lodato, PHD

4127 Atlantic Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401

Dr. Lodato has helped clients with eating disorders, including bulimia. Dr. Lodato has also helped those with anorexia. This is only under their medical doctor's supervision. Although this is one of the most difficult disorders, there has been some success with hypnotherapy. Dr. Lodato has helped people loose weight through hypnotherapy. This is done by changing your eating habits, rather than dieting and resolving emotional issues.

Gabriel Newman, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

2328 W Joppa Road, Suite 10, Lutherville, Maryland 21093

We have several expertises within the practice that can help with eating disorders, and we work as a team to provide what the patient needs. Since medical psychology is actively practiced by us, we do not shirk from confronting the dietary and health concerns that come with this area of challenge, and will work cooperatively with physicians, as needed, to improve the patient's situation. Ultimately, we beileve that the primary work is in the head, changing the way a person feels and believes about food. On the way there, however, there is a lot that can be done, behaviorally and physiologically, to effect change.

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