Services We Offer

January 16, 2024
Eating Disorders

There has been a long-standing stereotype that only thin, white, heterosexual teenagers get eating disorders. This stereotype is untrue and harmful. The truth is that eating disorders don't discriminate, and some of the most marginalized communities are most impacted. Those who are furthest from the stereotype of who gets eating disorders, are often not diagnosed […]

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January 16, 2024
Health at Every SizeĀ® Weight Inclusive Care

The process of healing our relationship with food and body is one of unlearning and learning. We need to unlearn all of the lies we have been told about food, body size, dieting, and weight loss attempts. We need to unlearn the blame and shame we have been taught to put on our own bodies […]

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January 16, 2024
Childhood and Adolescent Eating Disorders

Childhood and adolescence is a common time for eating disorders to develop. While children and adolescents are often diagnosed with the same eating disorders adults are diagnosed with, the way these eating disorders present and are treated is significantly different. Children and adolescents with eating disorders need treatment that is tailored specifically to them. In […]

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January 16, 2024
Depression

If you have arrived on this page it is likely because you think you might be struggling with depression. Many people with depression describe feeling sad a good portion of the time and feel frustrated because even things they used to enjoy are now not enjoyable. Often times, people feel so down that they are […]

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January 16, 2024
Anxiety

Anxiety is a regular part of life for most of us. We all feel some degree of anxiety, and given the current times, many people are feeling more anxious than they usually do. If you are visiting this page, it is likely because you are concerned that you have anxiety that goes beyond the kind […]

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January 16, 2024
LGBTQIA+ Communities

We work with the queer, trans, non-binary, and gender-nonconforming communities and provide an accepting and validating space in which clients can show up as their whole, authentic selves. While we specialize in working with folx who identify as queer, trans or non-binary and are struggling with eating disorders or disordered eating, we also work with […]

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January 16, 2024
Supervision

I have been supervising and teaching since early in my career. Early on, I taught at several local colleges and universities. I quickly realized that teaching in a classroom setting was not for me, and that I much prefer working one on one with people. As an approved Certified Eating Disorder Specialist supervisor (through IAEDP), […]

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January 16, 2024
EMDR

We are excited to be offering EMDR at our practice with Jessica Salatino, LSW.  What is EMDR? Eye movement desensitization & re-processing, or EMDR, is a treatment modality that helps people heal from trauma, painful life events, negative self-beliefs as well as post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, panic attacks, and many other mental health diagnosis. There […]

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January 16, 2024
HAES Supervision Group

Are you a fat positive HAES provider who works with people with eating disorders? Would you find it helpful to talk with other fat positive HAES providers who work with this population? If so, this supervision group may be for you!

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Rachel Millner (she/her), PsyD, CEDS, CBTP
Healing Relationship with Food and Body
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