Get your copy of The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook today!

You’re the most important person in the room

When we work together, we will collaboratively address whatever is bothering you.


You don’t have to walk the path of intentional living alone

For the past two decades, I’ve had the privilege of helping thousands of adolescents and adults develop more insight and effective coping skills, so they can pursue a healthy, happy life.

Anxiety and Mood Disorders

Feeling anxious, worried, or sad is a natural part of life. But when these emotions become overwhelming or long-lasting—and interfere with daily tasks—it’s time to assess what’s going on and get your life back on track.

Eating Disorders

If your thoughts or actions about food, body image, or fitness are interfering with your daily life, relationships, or well-being, you may have an eating disorder—a serious and treatable illness that requires a multidisciplinary treatment approach.

Binge Eating and Compulsive Eating

Are eating behaviors getting in the way of your happiness? Binge eating, obsessive eating, and compulsive eating can impact self-esteem and health, interfere with how you live your life, and even lead to a disorder. Fortunately, you can learn to apply effective strategies to address causes and build healthy eating habits.

Healthy Eating, Intentional Eating, Mindful Eating, and Intuitive Eating

Diets don’t work—not because you’re failing to follow the rules but because diets are failing you. Learn a healthier way of relating to food: Intentional eating combines the principles and practices of intuitive eating and mindfulness.


Everyone struggles in their relationships at some point. With relationship counseling you (and perhaps your partner) can learn how to skillfully assess and end toxic relationship patterns, repair broken bonds, and cultivate meaningful and lasting connections with others.

Life Transitions and Coping

Change is hard. But you don’t have to figure it all out on your own. With coping mechanisms designed to use your unique strengths, you can manage a life transition in a flexible, healthy manner.

Personal Development and Integrative Health

An integrative health approach—which combines psychological science, meditation practices, nutrition science, and aspects of integrative medicine—can help you grow, change, and experience more joy.

Intentional Living

Intentional living is a mindset, an action, and a way of being. It’s an opportunity to apply personal, values-based changes in your life that lead to empowerment and well-being.


You may have heard the myth that eating disorders are lifelong, but here’s the plain truth:

Full recovery is possible

HIPAA-compliant telehealth services available.

Taking an integrative approach

My compassionate, holistic approach to therapy is integrative, drawing from various treatment modalities. I also welcome the opportunity to work as part of a team. Depending on your concerns and strengths, we may incorporate the following:

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)

Family-based therapy (FBT)

Mentalization-based therapy (MBT)

Positive psychology

Compassion-focused therapy (CFT)

Mindfulness-based eating awareness training (MB-EAT)

Sport psychology

Transdiagnostic cognitive behavioral therapy (TD-CBT)

Cognitive processing therapy (CPT)

150 characters max

Choosing to grow and change can happen at any moment. If this is your moment, complete the form below.


150 characters max

Continuing Education & Webinars

Webinars for intentional eating

Do you choose food based on whether it’s “good” or “bad”? Does eating lead to feelings of guilt or shame? Has your relationship to food, weight, or your body led you to isolate yourself? If so, it’s time to transform your relationship to food and your body. These 90-minute webinars offer a compassionate, science-backed approach to change. And, if you’re a therapist, you can earn continuing education credits while you learn.

Whole-Person Approach to Making Peace with Food and Your Body

Learn to optimize your well-being by focusing on two important areas of your health: food and your body. You’ll be inspired to stop living on autopilot and be empowered to change. 

How to Stop Binge Eating:

6 Steps to Freedom

In this solutions-driven webinar, understand how overeating, cheat meals, and binge eating differ, along with why dieting failures are not your fault. You’ll develop research-backed skills to change your habits.

How they helped others

“I really got a lot from the content. The speaker clearly explained all the content well. It was 4:30 a.m. here in Adelaide, South Australia, so to keep my attention at that time was quite a skill. Well done and thank you!”

“I appreciated the webinar’s less-shaming approach to overeating, the decreased focus on diet, and the greater focus on wholesome living and mindfulness.” 

“I was highly skeptical that a one-minute meditation would work—but it did. Great mindful eating tips. I also liked the ‘whole person’ approach—that good health includes sleep and waking up feeling rested.”


I’m pleased to provide a range of short- and long-term consultations:

Media interviews and consultations for print, television, 
and film programming

Suicide prevention training for groups in QPR, an empirically validated program

Program development

Postgraduate clinical supervision for licensure


Assessments to determine level of care for intensive treatment

Short-term eating disorders treatment consultations for 
licensed professionals

Referrals to therapists, registered dietitians, psychiatrists, and other physicians

INQUIRY FORM FOR consultations

150 characters max

Get your free copy of A Guide to Intentional Eating when you sign up for my newsletter.

Based on my work helping thousands of people find ease with food and recover from eating disorders, this mini-workbook shares techniques that are proven to help you jump-start a healthy approach to eating. With intentional eating, you will learn to combat the diet mentality, stop obsessing about food, and move away from mindless eating. Get your copy today!

By submitting your name and email, you’re opting in for my biweekly email newsletter offering valuable psychology tips, personal wellness messages, health resources, inspirational quotes, and my most recent blog posts. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Website by: Two Hours Sleep