Therapy For

Eating Disorders

Our body is our longest relationship, and yet it is often the one most neglected.

Did you know that eating disorders come in all shapes and sizes and look different from person to person?

If you find yourself…

  • Frequently preoccupied or distressed with your body
  • Often feel ashamed of your body
  • Trying to change your body through behaviors around food and exercise
  • And/or feel like you lose control around food

Then you may benefit from support with someone who has experience navigating these struggles.

For some, their relationship with food and body can be further damaged by trauma and other mental health struggles

When other variables in our life feel overwhelming,  we may seek safety and comfort through an eating disorder. This can quickly become a vicious cycle which may feel difficult to find your way out of without support.

The truth is, we live in a culture that encourages and praises disordered eating and body hatred.

So it’s no surprise that many find themselves struggling from a very young age with their relationship to their body and food.

This is why my practice operates from a:

– Trauma-Informed
– Health At Every Size ®
– Anti-Oppressive Framework.

So What Does Therapy Look Like?

First, healing is not linear.

It is a journey of self-discovery that will allow you to more fully inhabit and care for your body without an apology.

The process of building a trusting relationship with your body takes time and a committment to yourself.

Together we’ll deconstruct harmful narratives you’ve learned about your body and food. We’ll explore your own personal body story, learn new ways of relating to and caring for your body, and find supportive tools for coping with life stressors.

You’ll have the opportunity to move away from all the rules and “shoulds” society inundates us with, and move toward attuning to your body’s individual needs. 

You keep worrying you’re taking up too much space. I wish you’d let yourself be the milky way.

| Andrea Gibson |

Meet Jessica, LMFT

Hi! I’m Jessica, a Licensed Therapist passionate about supporting people in healing their relationship with their body and food.

My practice operates from Health At Every Size ®, trauma-informed, and anti-oppressive framework.

I have specialized training in…

Brainspotting, Polyvagal Theory, Internal Family Systems, Attachment Focused EMDR, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Modalities, and Intuitive Eating.

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