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Our clinicians are trained to provide trauma-informed therapy to survivors of sexual assault, childhood abuse, emotional abuse, domestic violence and other forms of relational trauma that have profound effects on human development and growth. Through our work together, you will begin to make sense of the parts of yourself that feel fragmented, untouchable. Your sleeplessness, anxiety, anger, exhaustion, panic and ways of providing comfort to your grieving heart will be attended to. On your own terms, we will partner with you while you create the foundation for the rest of your life.

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We provide specialized treatment for those seeking recovery from disordered eating, negative body image, binge eating disorder, bulimia, orthorexia. Guidance and education is also provided for those with general feelings of concern about the amount of energy and time spent on food or exercise. Through a combination of education, mind-body integration and DBT, skills development and warm, compassionate care, our clinicians look to guide patients towards a new path of recovery.
Our experience has shown that trauma recovery and eating disorder recovery often overlap. As such, our clinicians are highly trained and dedicated to carefully attending to the specific needs of patients in all aspects of recovery in order to help patients achieve a sense of balance and hope in their lives.

Forest Road


Recently recognized in the DSM-5, Binge Eating Disorder is the most common eating disorder, affecting an estimated 2.8 million people in the United States. 

Signs and symptoms of Binge Eating Disorder include but are not limited to: 

  • A sense of lack of control while eating.

  • Fear of eating in public or with others

  • Eating very quickly

  • Eating until feeling uncomfortably full.

  • Eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry.

  • Eating alone because of feeling embarrassed by how much one is eating.

  • Feeling disgusted with oneself, depressed, or very guilty afterward

  • Frequent dieting

If any of these signs feel familiar to you, you may be experiencing Binge Eating Disorder and recovery is available to you. Effective and compassionate treatment will allow you to feel less distress about food and your relationship with it.