Online Eating Disorders therapists in Nova Scotia, Canada CA

Below is a list of therapists offering online sessions in Nova Scotia, Canada

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Wetaskiwin, Alberta therapist: Lorna Barnes, Oak Tree Counselling, licensed professional counselor
Eating Disorders

Lorna Barnes, Oak Tree Counselling

Licensed Professional Counsellor, CT, CPC
Eating disorders can develop when a child lacks validation, nurture and support and when they've experienced bullying, neglect or abuse. Counselling will look to validate and build self-worth, to encourage clients to find an accountability partner, to get medical care, and possibly a treatment program specializing in eating disorders.  
21 Years Experience
Santa Ana, California therapist: Mary Knoblock, hypnotherapist
Eating Disorders

Mary Knoblock

Hypnotherapist, Licensed RTT Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotist, Duke Certified Health Coach, Spiritual Counselor
I work with clients to find root causes of their eating disorders and help them get better. I’m specializing in eating disorders currently and am seeing fantastic results with using RTT Rapid Transformation Therapy for eating disorders. It can lead to greater appetite around meal time, increased coping skills and feeling less anxious about food.  
9 Years Experience
Colombo, Western Province therapist: Prof. Sir Romesh Jayasinghe, OLS, psychologist
Eating Disorders

Prof. Sir Romesh Jayasinghe, OLS

Psychologist, Ph.D.(Applied Psychology), Dh.C.(Florida), FRSPH(UK), FACCPH(UK), FTBCCT(UK), Adv.Dip.(Psychiatry), Adv.Dip.(Clinical Psychology), Adv.Dip.(Neuroscience), Dip.CBT(UK), Dip.(Couples Therapy), Dip.(Hypnotherapy), Dip.(Relationship Psychology), Dip.(Nutrition Science), Cert.(Integrative Mental Health)
I treat eating disorders using CBT and hypnotherapy.  
18 Years Experience
North York, Ontario therapist: EMDR and Trauma Therapy Centre, registered social worker
Eating Disorders

EMDR and Trauma Therapy Centre

Registered Social Worker, Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW
Eating disorders unveils a poignant narrative of disordered eating as a coping mechanism rooted in early relational patterns and past traumas. Shaped by experiences of attachment insecurity and emotional neglect, individuals may turn to food or restrictive behaviours to numb the pain or regain a sense of control. Like a silent scream, the cycle of disordered eating echoes the unmet emotional needs and the scars of past hurts, manifesting as a distorted relationship with food and body image. Therapy offers a sanctuary for exploration, providing a safe space to unpack the complexities of attachment dynamics and process the underlying trauma. By nurturing compassionate connections and addressing the root causes of distress, individuals can begin to untangle the knots of their eating disorder, reclaiming agency over their bodies and rediscovering a sense of self-worth and nourishment beyond the plate.  
22 Years Experience

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