Disordered eating refers to a wide range of abnormal eating behaviors, many of which are shared with diagnosed eating disorders. The main differentiation is the level of severity and frequency of behaviors.
These behaviors not only affect individuals, but the entire family’s overall functioning. The underlying emotions surrounding eating behaviors are complex and require specialized care.
Presbyterian Psychological Services has an Eating Disorder Specialist and in house clinicians who are experienced in working with eating disorders and co-occurring mental illnesses. We also understand the significant role that families play in lasting recovery. Thus, our goal is to educate and equip individuals, friends, and families in their role as agents of change.
Individuals and families will experience a customized and integrated therapeutic approach to address appropriate developmental needs, life transitions, relationships, long -term values, and overall support needs. Clinical team members collaborate directly with primary care physicians, educational liaisons, psychiatrists, nutritionists, and all support team members recommended for ongoing stabilization.
Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)
Binge Eating Disorder
Pre bariatric and post bariatic support
Assessment and diagnosis
Coordination of Care for Higher Acuity Transition
Dual Diagnosis (Addictions, Anxiety, Mood Disorders & Trauma)
Evidence Based Therapy Approach
Integrated Health & Wellness
Recovery & Relapse Psychoeducation and Prevention
Post Residential & Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) psychotherapy and support
Post Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) psychotherapy and support
Assessment Feedback Sessions
Parent Counseling & Support
Parent Coordination of Care
Parenting Skills Training
Marital & Family Services:
Family Therapy (including sibling support/counseling)
Spousal Support & Psychoeducation
Community Education and Support:
Education and Training for Clinicians
Community Education, Events, and Presentations