Eating Disorders/Disorded Eating

Your deepest wish is to not battle with yourself over food every day.

Anxiety, emotional highs, lows, and issues with relationships - are all recipes for the urge to restrict or binge.

Numbing yourself with food feels like the only option.

You tell yourself you’ll never eat ____ again, and then internally beat yourself up when you. 

It’s likely you’ve had thoughts like:

  • “My relationship with food controls my whole life”
  • “I’m a failure” before and after a bingeing episode
  • “Why can’t I just eat food like everyone else?”

These thoughts have been creeping in and causing you more pain on top of the emotional agony.


Your mind does not give you a break.

You may skip out on social activities that involve food for fear of what people will think of you when you eat in public.

The more power food and your relationship with your body have over you, the more you struggle.

You know you want to get better but aren’t sure how.

What's at stake is important, a life free of constantly weighing your food and obsessively picking at yourself in the mirror.

The truth though is that if you take the right action, then you can find the path to healing that lets you enjoy life each day.

Transformation is possible when you have the right skills and person to guide you through.

You are not the problem.

We are constantly bombarded with images of an 'ideal' body type and fad diets that make it nearly impossible to feel good about ourselves. When the message about how you're 'supposed' to look changes and doesn't support how you naturally look, this is can be so overwhelming!

Here's the truth: You are the only one of you. You are beautiful just as you are.

Theresa works specifically with folks who struggle with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder), OSFED (Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorder), and Orthorexia.

Her approach includes the utilization of interventions and perspectives from Health at Every Size (HAES), trauma-informed, anti-diet, and fat-positive, CBT and DBT coping skills, as well as processing the underlying emotions that maintain the eating disorder/disorder eating.

Things Can Be Different.

We want to tell you to know, that you don’t have to go through this alone.

The only way out is through. 

Together, we will address the day-to-day stressors and emotional overwhelm, as well as the deeper underlying problems and patterns to help build healthier habits, and relinquish judgment and shame.

In working together, you will be offering yourself the opportunity to have a life full of the things that you want. 

Full recovery is possible, and regaining health is an achievable goal. I will challenge and support you on this journey of self-exploration and help you rebuild the relationship with your mind, body, and soul.

All that is required is the willingness to reach out.

It’s time for change.

If you’re ready to experience that change, if you’re ready to live a life without constantly overthinking about food, then we're ready to help you on your path. 

We know it can feel difficult to reach out, but it can be the first step on the path to your healing. 

We're looking forward to helping you make it happen. 

Click below to schedule a consultation or call us directly at (323) 641-4535

REACH OUT TODAY

Your deepest wish is to not battle with yourself over food every day.

Anxiety, emotional highs, lows, and issues with relationships - are all recipes for the urge to restrict or binge.

Numbing yourself with food feels like the only option.

You tell yourself you’ll never eat ____ again, and then internally beat yourself up when you. 

It’s likely you’ve had thoughts like:

  • “My relationship with food controls my whole life”
  • “I’m a failure” before and after a bingeing episode
  • “Why can’t I just eat food like everyone else?”

These thoughts have been creeping in and causing you more pain on top of the emotional agony.

Your mind does not give you a break.

You may skip out on social activities that involve food for fear of what people will think of you when you eat in public.

The more power food and your relationship with your body have over you, the more you struggle.

You know you want to get better but aren’t sure how.

What's at stake is important, a life free of constantly weighing your food and obsessively picking at yourself in the mirror.

The truth though is that if you take the right action, then you can find the path to healing that lets you enjoy life each day.

Transformation is possible when you have the right skills and person to guide you through.

You are not the problem.

We are constantly bombarded with images of an 'ideal' body type and fad diets that make it nearly impossible to feel good about ourselves. When the message about how you're 'supposed' to look changes and doesn't support how you naturally look, this is can be so overwhelming!

Here's the truth: You are the only one of you. You are beautiful just as you are.

Theresa works specifically with folks who struggle with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, ARFID (Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder), OSFED (Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorder), and Orthorexia.

Her approach includes the utilization of interventions and perspectives from Health at Every Size (HAES), trauma-informed, anti-diet, and fat-positive, CBT and DBT coping skills, as well as processing the underlying emotions that maintain the eating disorder/disorder eating.

Things Can Be Different.

We want to tell you to know, that you don’t have to go through this alone.

The only way out is through. 

Together, we will address the day-to-day stressors and emotional overwhelm, as well as the deeper underlying problems and patterns to help build healthier habits, and relinquish judgment and shame.

In working together, you will be offering yourself the opportunity to have a life full of the things that you want. 

Full recovery is possible, and regaining health is an achievable goal. I will challenge and support you on this journey of self-exploration and help you rebuild the relationship with your mind, body, and soul.

All that is required is the willingness to reach out.

It’s time for change.

If you’re ready to experience that change, if you’re ready to live a life without constantly overthinking about food, then we're ready to help you on your path. 

We know it can feel difficult to reach out, but it can be the first step on the path to your healing. 

We're looking forward to helping you make it happen. 

Click below to schedule a consultation or call us directly at (323) 641-4535

LET'S TALK

RESILIENT HEART THERAPY

California

Phone: (323) 641 4535

Email: cheryl@resilienthearttherapy.com