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Eating Disorders

At Liberate Counseling, we understand the complexities and challenges that individuals facing eating disorders, AFRID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder), Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), and Anorexia Nervosa encounter. 

Eating disorders encompass a range of conditions characterized by abnormal or disturbed eating habits.  These disorders often involve extreme emotions, attitudes, and behaviors surrounding weight and food, which can have serious consequences for physical and mental health.

Liberate Counseling offers a range of therapeutic services to support individuals in their recovery journey from eating disorders, AFRID, BDD, and Anorexia Nervosa. Our evidence-based treatment approaches are tailored to address the specific needs and goals of each client and may include.

How Therapy Can Help

Engaging in therapy can support positive changes by:

  • Providing a safe and non-judgmental space to explore and process emotions

  • Offering practical strategies to challenge negative thoughts and behaviors

  • Promoting self-awareness and self-compassion

  • Enhancing coping skills and resilience

  • Strengthening interpersonal relationships and social support networks

  • Facilitating a deeper understanding of the underlying factors contributing to the disorder

  • Empowering individuals to make healthier choices and live more fulfilling lives.

We are committed to guiding individuals toward recovery and helping them build the skills and resilience needed to overcome eating disorders, AFRID, BDD, and Anorexia Nervosa. Contact us today to schedule a confidential consultation and take the first step towards healing and transformation. Your journey to wellness starts here

Individual Therapy

Our licensed therapists provide individual therapy sessions focused on exploring underlying issues, challenging maladaptive thoughts and behaviors, and developing coping skills to manage emotions and triggers.

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Group Therapy

Group therapy sessions provide a supportive environment for individuals to connect with others facing similar challenges, share experiences, and learn from one another under the guidance of a skilled therapist.

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Family Therapy

Family therapy sessions involve the participation of family members in the treatment process to improve communication, resolve conflicts, and foster a supportive home environment conducive to recovery.

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EMDR 

For individuals with eating disorders, EMDR therapy can help address underlying trauma, negative beliefs, and unresolved emotions that may contribute to disordered eating behaviors. By targeting and processing these memories and associated emotions, EMDR therapy aims to reduce distress and alleviate symptoms, paving the way for a healthier relationship with food and body image.

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