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It can be tough to cultivate and maintain a healthy relationship with food. That’s why millions of people deal with eating disorders. If an eating disorder is negatively affecting your life, it’s time to get professional counseling from an eating disorder therapist.

Whether you are located in downtown Meriden, the suburbs of Meriden, other nearby places such as Waterbury, Hartford, or anywhere else in Connecticut, Mental Health Match can help you easily find an experienced therapist or counselor who best meets your needs.

Signs of an Eating Disorder

There are many types of eating disorders that present in various ways. Here are the signs associated with some of the most common eating disorders:

  • Anorexia: being underweight, having your self-esteem tied to your weight, restrictive eating, fear of gaining weight.
  • Binge eating disorder: recurring binging episodes, lack of control over how much you eat during a binge.
  • Bulimia: Binge eating, purging, fear of gaining weight.
  • Orthorexia: An unhealthy obsession with healthy eating.
  • Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID): weight loss, avoidance of food, food restriction, abnormal eating habits.

Read this article by licensed therapist Allison Summer to learn about the role a distorted body image plays in eating disorders and how to overcome it.

Get Eating Disorder Counseling Today!

Left untreated, eating disorders can get worse and worse. So, it’s best to address unhealthy eating habits at their onset. Mental Health Match can help you find an eating disorder therapist to help you discover the reason(s) behind your eating habits, understand your relationship with food, learn new thought patterns and behaviors, and reach your personal goals. Start by browsing below or using our free therapist matching tool.

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Explore the underlying issues that cause you problems. We will help bridge the gap between understanding and change. We will determine your willingness and motivation to improve your relationships with yourself and others.


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Explore the underlying issues that cause you problems. We will help bridge the gap between understanding and change. We will determine your willingness and motivation to improve your relationships with yourself and others.

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I gently guide individual to have a deeper understanding and appreciation of how they operate in the world, which then drives the person to change. I want the individual to have significant, long term change and not just a quick fix.

FOCUS AREAS:
  • Addictions
  • Anxiety
  • Childhood Issues
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Family of Origin
  • Women’s health
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Many people struggle in their relationship with food and body. I help people discover a better relationship With food and body were thinking about eating or thinking about their body doesn’t cause distress.


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Many people struggle in their relationship with food and body. I help people discover a better relationship With food and body were thinking about eating or thinking about their body doesn’t cause distress.

Something to know about my approach is:

My clients describe me as friendly, empathetic, understanding, and willing to let them bring whatever they need to bring in the room.

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  • Body Image
  • Eating Disorders
  • Substance Abuse
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Joy Zelikovsky remote and phone therapy in Connecticut, Florida