Eating Disorders therapists in Boston, Massachusetts MA

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Mount Laurel Township, New Jersey therapist: Dr. Juliette Osborne, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC, psychiatric nurse/therapist
Eating Disorders

Dr. Juliette Osborne, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC

Psychiatric Nurse/Therapist, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC
My main aim is to alleviate the psychological distress linked to the condition and enhance mental wellness using a comprehensive strategy. Additionally, I strive to assist individuals in obtaining high-quality and reasonably priced medical services without excluding anyone.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Boston, MA 02128
Online in Boston, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts therapist: Leslie Bowman, Holistic Psychotherapist, counselor/therapist
Eating Disorders

Leslie Bowman, Holistic Psychotherapist

Counselor/Therapist, MA, LPC, Over 17 years of successful experience
Eating disorders are very common and also debilitating. It controls and takes over your life. I have helped hundreds of clients with this issue and it starts with the root cause in understanding how and why this began in the first place. Reach out for a free consultation to learn more about how my Holistic Approach can help you.  
18 Years Experience
In-Person in Boston, MA
Online in Boston, Massachusetts
Norfolk, Massachusetts therapist: Ellen S Leventhal, marriage and family therapist
Eating Disorders

Ellen S Leventhal

Marriage and Family Therapist, MEd, MA, LMFT
Eating disorders don’t discriminate; it doesn’t matter if you’re a girl or boy, young or old, black or white. Instead of hating our bodies we should learn to celebrate every body. Anorexia nervosa is characterized by weight loss, an intense fear of weight gain, food restriction, inappropriate eating habits, and obsessing over a thin figure. People suffering have the inability to see what their body truly looks like because they have a distorted body image. As the person becomes more emaciated, their image of themselves becomes more distorted. Bulimia nervosa is episodes of binging and purging. A person will binge by consuming a large amount of calories in a restricted period of time almost always carried out in secret. The person is also afraid of weight gain, so they undo the binge by purging. Most common is self-induced vomiting, meanwhile others are overdosing on laxatives and excessive exercise. Binge eating is an eating disorder in which a person consumes an abnormally large amount of food in a short period of time. During the binge, the person also feels a loss of control and is not able to stop eating. In this instance, they don’t undo the binge by purging. Afterwards, they typically feel disgusted, depressed, and guilty. Pica is persistently eating nonfood items, such as soap, cloth, talcum powder or dirt, over a period of at least a month. Eating these nonfood items can result in medical complications such as poisoning, intestinal problems or infections. Rumination disorder is repeatedly and persistently regurgitating food after eating, but it’s not due to a medical condition or another eating disorder such as anorexia, bulimia, or binge-eating disorder. Food is brought back up into the mouth without nausea or gagging. Sometimes regurgitated food is rechewed and reswallowed or spit out.  
38 Years Experience
In-Person Near Boston, MA
Online in Boston, Massachusetts
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
Online in Boston, Massachusetts