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Disordered Eating

Our relationship with food is complicated. We are constantly bombarded with messages about what foods are “good” and “bad,” what our bodies “should” look like, and what the newest fad diet is that we should try. For someone that struggles with body image and their relationship with food, these messages can make them feel imprisoned. While some people may find that they have occasional negative thoughts about their body and eating, others may have severe and persistent negative thoughts and behaviors such as restricting, bingeing, purging, and/or over-exercising. If you find that you are struggling to find balance with your thoughts and behaviors around your relationship with your body and food, a therapist can help you understand what is influencing these thoughts and behaviors so that you find more balance.

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1840 San Miguel Drive, Suite 207
Walnut Creek, Ca. 94596
925.587.9544

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