Working together in an atmosphere of support and respect to make life changes, let go of ineffective behaviors and shift relationship patterns. Issues we can address include depression, anxiety, grief and a
disordered relationship with your body and food.
"It takes courage to grow up and turn out to be who you really are" e. e. cummings
"When we accept ourselves we can work miracles"
- Counseling to improve eating habits.
- Nutrition guidance for eating disorders.
- Assessment and counseling for disordered eating.
My Philosophy: Food is one of the most basic joys in life. It supports us to live the lives we desire. Every day, I experience the delight that comes
from feeding my body responsively and moving it in ways that nourish me. I consider it an honor to work with others to attain a nurturing balance of their own.
When we make decisions, about eating or anything else,
with an attitude of kindness and acceptance toward ourselves,
with awareness of what is involved in our choices, the conflict
between deprivation and indulgence ceases to exist.
My clients grow toward more choice with respect to food and their bodies. I guide them away from a punitive, rigid, external-focused approach to
feeding themselves. Through experiments and observation, they discover how to feed themselves intuitively.
An integral part of my work with those struggling with their weight is the Health At Every Size philosophy. To find out more about this approach you might want to read some of the articles at the Healthy Weight Network.
To schedule an appointment call 215-843-8258.
Mt. Airy Office: 100 East Sedgwick St.
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
Rittenhouse Square Office: 135 South 19th
Street, Suite 250
We can love and accept ourselves and still
work like mad to change ourselves.