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Group Seflie

A Recovery Plan for you.

Mainstream treatments for eating disorders and disordered eating are generally ‘one size fits all’.

This can fail to help and, even worse, harm neurodivergent people.  
Our individualized approach considers you as a whole person when it comes to food and eating, integrating an understanding of neurobiology, genetics and trauma, and honoring your personal autonomy and complexity. 

We are here to support you to explore and understand the patterns in your brain, body, nervous system, thoughts and behaviors around food.
We support you to define for yourself what you want and need when it comes to eating and find strategies that allow you to feel more comfortable and capable with your nourishment. 
This process is both practical and deep, as many clients find broader growth and healing along the way, like increased self-awareness and self-acceptance, happier relationships, more self agency and relief from chronic despair and shame.
While there are common themes that we see with neurodivergent folks and eating, each of our clients is unique.

We are eager to learn about your individual story and experiences with food.

Running Happily



  • CBT/DBT,

  • relational therapy,

  • narrative therapy,

  • somatic therapy,

  • internal family systems,

  • EMDR,

  • social justice focused therapy and

  • family-based treatment.



All of these are tailored to your neurotype, your experiences in the world and your specific needs and preferences.


We are non-judgmental, compassionate and direct.


We figure out together what works for you. 

​We draw upon a range of approaches including:

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Our client focus. 


  • Individuals (16+) in one on one therapy. 

  • Couples where food/eating/body image  is impacting the relationship.

  • Parent(s) seeking support to help their tween, teen or young adult  with food and eating.

  • Families support to help how everyone deals with food and eating.

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