Therapy for Eating Disorders

Let’s get you to a place where life feels good again

Have you ever bailed on a family get-together because you were so nervous about the way you look? Does stress lead to binge eating or no eating? Are you relentlessly self-criticizing when you see yourself in the mirror?

Maybe food has become a way to cope with not-so-great feelings or experiences? Does the worry, stress, and overthinking about food seem never-ending and exhausting to the point where it’s difficult to focus on or complete everyday tasks?

If you’re ready for things to change, tired of feeling controlled by food, don’t want to be judged by yourself or feel judged by others, and are ready to break those guilt and shame spirals, we’re here to help! At SideDoor Counseling we specialize in therapy for eating disorders and we want you to know you don’t have to do this alone.

What we specialize in:

  • Binge eating
  • Compulsive overeating
  • Stress eating
  • Trauma
  • Anorexia
  • Orthorexia
  • Bulimia 
  • Body image 
  • Body dysmorphia 

What our clients are saying...

“I didn’t think I could ever get out of this funk but I’m finally feeling hopeful again.”

- Anonymous

Next-level support

In addition to both of our practitioners having specialized and extensive experience working with disordered eating, we will also collaborate with your other care providers. 

We will work together with your dietitian and psychiatrist and will help you establish a team if you currently do not have one. 

You can expect to receive genuine, open, and authentic support alongside tangible tools to help you work through what you’re struggling with.

counting calories, dieting, worrying about weight loss, controlling food portions, feeling uncomfortable eating around others, skipping meals, avoiding social settings, mood swings, intense focus on body size, shape, and image, and trying to keep your body hidden.

maintaining a strict exercise regime, feeling distressed or anxious if you’re unable to exercise; eating large amounts of food in secret, feeling guilt, anger, shame, or depression; feeling out of control once you start eating, and spending tons of time thinking about what food you might be forced to face at an upcoming gathering, event, or outing. 

Ready to explore what’s possible and create a practical path toward healing?