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


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Eating Disorders

Jenny Liu, MEd. MFT. NLP. Confidence Coach

Online Therapist & Coach, Online Career Counselor

Online Therapist / Coach

CONCERNED ABOUT OVEREATING? Are you obsessed with self image, weight issues and food? Do you frequently get on some type of diet and then realize that it does not work for you? I can help you look deeper and uncover the real underlying issue and the source of your emotional pain. In counseling, you can work through your inner conflicts, your painful past issues, unpleasant memories and move on to balance, healing, recovery, and healthy self-esteem. Call me for a FREE telephone consultation session and we will go from there!

Eating Disorders

Harris Marriage & Family Therapy Inc., LMFT

Harris Marriage & Family Therapy, Inc.

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

We ask you to consult your medical doctor, in order to rule out any medical condition which may contribute to your eating disorder. We focus on helping you understand the causes of your eat, as long as you are medically stable. If you are not medically appropriate for outpatient treatment we will refer you to an inpatient facility until you are ready to do psychotherapy.

Eating Disorders

Megan Lundgren, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

If you have an Eating Disorder, you may be used to internalizing feelings (shame, guilt, fear, sadness, anger) rather than sharing your feelings with others. But now, its your time to share. In the warmth and security of my home-like therapy office, you will have the opportunity to talk about who you are: your physical identity, and your emotional and relational identities. Together, we will work towards healing from the inside out. There is hope for relief. I'm here to help you: call (626) 272-4908 today.

Eating Disorders

Mary Ann Aronsohn, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

I have a history of working with compulsive dieters and compulsive overeaters. I work with clients to understand the underlying needs for the food and/or for the weight, while supporting clients' abilities to take care of themselves in profound ways, whether physically, spiritually, emotionally, or mentally. Clients find ways to create more nourishing and harmonious relationships with themselves as well as with food.

Eating Disorders

Hope for Healing Counseling, Inc., LMFTs and LCSWs

LMFT's and LCSW's

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

Early trauma impacts our functioning in many ways and in different areas of our lives. Trauma in permanently stored in our brain/bodies until it is processed. Therefore processing early trauma can result in us being freed from disorders such as eating disorders as we process and "resolve" early trauma. We specialize in EMDR and TF-CBT therapies, which are highly effective in processing trauma.

Eating Disorders

Mark Baker, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

We have Psychologists with specialized advanced training who specialize in the treatment of eating disorders. Because there are many forms of eating disorders it is important to work with a therapist that has experience in this area. If left untreated, eating disorders can become severe and even life threatening. We work closely with other medical professionals to develop a physical, emotional and spiritual approach to your healing. Give us a call and begin your path to healing.

Eating Disorders

Rebecca Bokoch, PsyD

Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Intern

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

Eating disorders are most often a reaction to other life events. Often clients feel like life is so chaotic that eating habits are the only aspect of life that they can control. Eating disorders are also often linked to anxiety and low self-esteem. In order to treat eating disorders, I would help clients to build a more positive body image, create and implement a healthy eating plan, and build support in the family system.

Eating Disorders

Cynthia Henrie, LMFT, BCETS, CATSM

LA Therapy Network - Feminist Therapy, Trauma Experts

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

I work with a variety of eating disorders and work at treating both the behavior initially and the issues that are underneath the eating disorder. I am an expert at treating trauma and often trauma or traumatic relationships are at the heart of an eating disorder. Eating disorders typically are related to self-soothing or trying to gain control in areas where one doesn't feel he/she has control. Contact me for more information and assistance with an eating disorder. We are specialists in a variety of different areas and are able to offer help not only for the client with this issue bu also couple or family support. Experts in helping women & teens! Trauma experts too!

Eating Disorders

Ilissa Banhazl, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

Eating disorders are very challenging. People who are ready to commit to working on their recovery have the best chance. ED is not about food per say. It's more about stuffing or starving feelings in oder to feel a sense of relief and a sense of control. Giving up your ED identity can be frightening. I'll teach you to use healthy coping skills and help you to figure out what your real identity is. We'll learn about distorted thinking and work on poor body image. Trust is very important, I will work to gain yours.There is life after an eating disorder. Let me help you find your way. if your not ready to recover, we can just chat.

Eating Disorders

Kelly Duggan Shearer, MA., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within Driving Distance of Whittier, CA

All of us find ways to "take the edge off" of difficult feelings. Loneliness, anxiety, and stress can make us feel scared and out of control. We all search for comfort in these painful times. From infancy, being cared for and cared about has often meant being fed. Ideally, we are not only fed with food, but emotionally attended to as well. But for some of us, food has always been paired with feeling soothed and comforted. It makes sense that we would turn to food to calm ourselves even now. But it doesn't have to be this way. Together we can get to the heart of what hurts, and learn other ways to feel safe and comforted. It is possible to feel full, even when your stomach is empty.


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