Are you ready to find your way back to living in peace with your body?
Philadelphia Eating Disorder Treatment
You know about eating disorders…
You struggled with anorexia or bulimia for a time in your life and perhaps you’ve found some recovery, but sometimes, you still use behaviors to shut off your feelings. You understand others on a deep level, and sometimes it feels overwhelming so you use restricting, body obsession or binging and purging to numb out and protect yourself.
Do the superficial aspects of society frustrate you? Do you want to know yourself and relate to others in a deeper way? Do you sometimes feel depressed or anxious about food, your body, and other things too?
DBT and Meditation Therapy
If you’re feeling stuck and you want to find the deeper meaning in life, I know how to help. I am specially trained in recovery from food and body issues, depression and anxiety. With advanced training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and therapeutically oriented yoga, I help people to heal and connect with themselves and others in a deep and meaningful way.
Body Positive Yoga Therapy
Do you find yourself feeling disconnected from your body and have difficulty knowing what you need? Do you struggle to know when you’re hungry or full? Do you desire to feel more at home in your body?
I am trained in traditional psychotherapy as well as yoga therapy for trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship distress and eating disorders. When appropriate, I utilize yoga philosophy, breathing practices, meditation and asana (physical forms) to provide a somatic, body centered, whole-self experience of physical, emotional, mental and spiritual healing and strength-building.
Yoga helps heal the relationship between body and mind by providing a safe avenue to explore feelings, sensations, and thoughts while learning tools to calm the mind, increase ability to remain present, and develop safety and comfort in your body. If you’re looking for Outpatient Eating Disorder Treatment, book your first session in our Philadelphia office here:
Who is a good candidate for yoga therapy?
Therapeutic yoga can be used as a holistic adjunct to eating disorder, trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction and chronic illness recovery. I can integrate yoga therapy into regular psychotherapy or we can focus solely on yoga therapy as a way to support the work you’re already doing with your primary therapist or treatment team.
If you’re looking for yoga therapy in Philadelphia, contact me to set up a phone consultation. I look forward to working with you so you can connect with yourself and others’.