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

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Eating Disorders

Gerry Pettyjohn, MA, CSRT

Certified Sexual Recovery Therapist

3527 Pembina Highway (Entrance at rear of building), Winnipeg, MB R3V 1A5

Eating disorders are a form of addiction and I encourage you to get into a recovery program just like they would for any other addiction. It starts with counselling where I equip you to get "sobriety" from your eating disorder. This is followed up with support/work groups so that you do not have to do recovery alone. I also encourage clients to utilize accountability partners, educate themselves through reading, and establish a healthy, consistent prayer life.

Eating Disorders

Susan Wenzel, MA; PACCP

Psychotherapist/ Clinical Sexologist/ Sex-Therapist ;

E-118 Sherbrook Street, Winnipeg, MB R3C 2B4

Therapeutic process will consist of assessing the immediate danger of the client, while exploring the root of the problem be it Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge-eating. When client share their stories in the session sometime they begin to discover how unhealthy interpersonal relationship has affected their way of being. Some people might binge eat because that is the only control they feel they have, therefore I help them deal with co-dependency issues so that they can learn to make a health choices. The client also learns to become aware of her or his triggers, and take positive control of what happens next. For example if you always binge-eat after a fight with your mom, instead of using food as a ....

Eating Disorders

Janice Priess, M.A.

Counselling Therapist

546 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3C 0G3

Whether you have been struggling with dysfunctional eating for a few months, or had an eating disorder for years, you know how it can control your life and rob you of energy, focus, health, money, and relationships. Your eating disorder likely began as a way of coping with other life stresses like depression, abuse, or relationship problems. In counselling, we will explore how your particular disorder developed, the role it has played in your life, and work together to give you new ways of living. Counselling will include resolving hurts and difficulties of the past, developing new ways of relating to food, working on better body image and self-esteem, and building up your support system.

Eating Disorders

Karen Bourdon, MA

Counselling Therapist

1073 St. Mary's Rd., Winnipeg, MB R2M 3T2

I have worked with both men and women who have struggled with eating disorders, whether it is anorexia, bulimia, overeating, body issues, or any issue with food that has had a negative affect on life. I believe that early intervention is best. I recognize that individuals with eating disorders are often sensitive, and usually have deep past wounds or thinking issues. I believe in working with this population with both sensitivity and boldness.

Eating Disorders

Luella Jonk, PhD, RP, CPC

Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Professional Counsellor

2-305 Kingston Crescent, Winnipeg, MB R2M0T5

Eating Disorders, is without a doubt, a very complex group of disorders. The underlying theme however is the same for all; that is, taking control of one aspect life where one is able to see and feel quite drastic changes, quickly. For anorexia it stems from strict denial of calories. For Bulimia Nervosa, ridding your body of calories after ingestion. The drive and will power to do either often comes about when there is no self-love, self-esteem, confidence, or self-worth. The insecurities about their daily decisions haunts them, and therefore turn towards controlling this aspect of their lives. My job is to guide them towards the root cause of the insecurities regain their self-worth.

Eating Disorders

Ailia Mikolash, Clinic Director, Thrive Counselling

Registered Social Worker

#200-254 Edmonton St., Winnipeg, MB R3C 3Y4

It's scary when you have an eating disorder. You feel out of control, and full of shame. We can help you let go of your shame and find freedom. We use a variety of approaches, including person-centered counselling, CBT, EMDR, and art therapy to help you find ways to express yourself, heal, and learn to love the beautiful person you are. Call us today.

Eating Disorders

Susan Monkman, B.A., M.A. Couns. Psych.

Counselling Therapist

530 Kenaston Blvd., Suite 325, Winnipeg, MB R3N 1Z4

For many, eating disorders serve as a means to cope with pressures in life that are believed to be beyond their ability to cope. There is no single cause for an eating disorder. Risk factors can include negative body image, low self-esteem, disconnection from others, disallowed self-expression, preoccupation with food, and/or unrealistic family expectations. In therapy, you will begin to identify underlying issues that maintain eating disorders and gain awareness of your strengths and ability to cope, increasing self-esteem and hope.

Eating Disorders

Marlene R. Dyck, M.A., B.A.,L.P.N.

Marlene R. Dyck Therapist / Life Coach

1026-1195 Rothesay St., Winnipeg, MB R2G 4K2

Many people struggle with eating issues. We are flooded every day with images and messages about what to eat and what we should look like. It is not about the food. It is about something far deeper that that. It is about how we feel about ourselves- on the inside. It is about our worth, our value- on the inside that is the most important. If we can come to love and accept ourselves on the inside, the outside will be fine.

Eating Disorders

Mary-Ann Roy, BFA; MA

Certified Counselling Therapist

201 Portage Avenue West; 18th Floor, Winnipeg, MB R3B 3K6

This is a disorder that strikes fear and dread into the hearts of parents and into the lives of all who suffer from its effects. After many years and clients struggling with this disorder, I have come to recognize the best strategies and healing techniques to undermine the power of this sometimes overwhelming condition and bring emotional and physical healing.

Eating Disorders

Alan Vanderwater, M.A. /Registered MCSW

Counselling Therapist

#716 - 177 Lombard Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3B 0W5

Self acceptance is so much at the centre of many of our struggles, and I find this particularly true with eating disorders. The battle to accept ourselves as we are, to feel good in our own skin, is as central to recovery as one's relationship with food itself. I work with both the inner struggle to self accept, as well as the related manifestation of disorder.

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