Therapy for Eating Disorders in Toronto. Help for Anorexia, Bulimia & Food Issues.

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Eating Disorders

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Toronto, ON M5J 2T3

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 or 877-606-6161 to learn more about this safe and effective alternative.

Eating Disorders

Robin Long, C.A., M.Ed.

Masters in Counselling Psychology

1504 Yonge St. 3rd floor, Toronto, ON M4T 1Z6

Dieting is based on a negative feedback system that is fuelled by destructive and self-deprecating thoughts about the self. To "succeed" at dieting, we often have to succeed at ignoring ourselves. Thus, even our successes become too difficult to endure and the price paid, far too great. We can come to understand how the dieting process separated us from our appetites and renders us dependent on the very dieting rules that we find impossible to follow. Through self-acceptance we can alter our path. We can create a much more positive and synergistic journey that allows us to be, feel and ultimately rely on ourselves over any external set of rules or guidelines.

Eating Disorders

Dharshini Chanderbhan, BSc., M.A, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

2 Bloor Street E., Suite 3500, Toronto, ON M4W 1A8

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.

Eating Disorders

Ingrid Dresher, RP

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

Within Driving Distance of Toronto, ON

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.

Eating Disorders

Sandra Lewis, MA

Psychotherapist, coach

126 Seaton Street, Toronto, ON M5A 2T3

There are many different kinds of eating disorders and I have worked with them all in my 15 years of practice in Toronto. Eating disorders are a form of anxiety response, for which Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is highly effective. Many studies have performed using this modality with results over 90%. As well, EFT has proven to be fast and effective for urges 'in the moment' when thoughts go out the window and all you have is the overwhelming need to act, either to binge or purge or whatever the disorder may be.

Eating Disorders

Erica Berman, PhD, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

324 Bloor St. West, 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON M5S 1W5

I draw on my background in the fitness and wellness industry to help individuals struggling with low self-esteem and body image concerns. This may involve using CBT tools and strategies to identify dysfunctional thoughts and assumptions, to exploring lifestyle factors that may be contributing to low mood, lack of energy, compulsive eating, and/or bingeing.

Eating Disorders

Lesli Musicar, M.Ed., Counselling Psychology

Registered Psychotherapist

348 Danforth Avenue, Suite 215, Toronto, ON M4K 1N8

If you are struggling with your relationship with food, you are acting out an internal drama that likely has nothing to do with food. It may reflect your feelings about your body. But chances are, it is far more complex than that. I will help you get to the bottom of it and heal. Together, we will develop healthier ways to for you to nurture and soothe yourself. Your body will once again feel like home--a place where you can feel safe and empowered.

Eating Disorders

Sandy Kiaizadeh, M.A., A.T.C.

Clinical Mental Health Counsellor and Life Coach

123 Edward Street, Toronto, ON M5G 1E2

If you are experiencing issues with disordered eating behaviour, nutrition, exercise and body image concerns, counselling can help you explore your particular triggers (career, family, friends, emotions, etc.) and faulty beliefs/assumptions. Together, we can come up with a plan of action to help you feel more empowered and in control of life, while ultimately freeing you from the self-destructive nature of your eating disorder. The path toward a more psychologically healthy mind and body is available. Are you ready to choose to heal yourself?

Eating Disorders

Tammy Laber, MA, MACP, OACCPP, RP

Coach and Counsellor, Registered Psychotherapist

Pape and Danforth, Toronto, ON M4J 1C3

Would you like to be free from worrying about your weight? Would you like to be healthy but not obsessed with diets and working out? I have a great deal of knowledge about nutrition, self-esteem and self-acceptance. I can help you break the patterns that are damaging your health and your life, and find a better balance. Learning to love yourself just as you are is the key to getting better for good.

Eating Disorders

Jaime Saibil, M.A.

Registered Psychotherapist & Cognitive behavioural therapist

180 Bloor street west, Toronto, ON M5S 1T6

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.

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