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Eating Disorder Counseling Solutions

Eating disorder treatment is a new area of focus at Enrichment.  Salley worked at an eating disorder treatment facility many moons ago and has a renewed interest in and love for this work.  Salley and Jaja are both eager to help individuals overcome the challenges of disordered eating We are continuously engaging in new current training to be equipped to work effectively with individuals who struggle to have a healthy relationship with food or have an eating disorder.

The focus in counseling is not primarily on food.  The focus is on all the things food has become a destructive coping mechanism for.  So we look at your sense of self, and worth.  We will talk about relationship dynamics in all areas of your life, including childhood.  We explore the role society, culture and media has on reinforcing disordered eating habits and mindsets.  Enrichment will help you recover your life, dignity, worth, authenticity, relationships.  A variety of therapy approaches will be engaged including art, writing, journaling, traditional talk therapy, EMDR, massage, yoga and The Daring Way.  The Daring Way is based on the research of Brene Brown on Authenticity, vulnerability, shame and shame resilience.  In addition, we look at how you are connecting with life, people, hobbies, and creativity to guide you in constructive ways.

Bonnie Finch is our trained yoga instructor / massage therapist / ayurvedic nutrition coach on staff as well.  If this is a resource that meets your needs, we will encourage you to connect with Bonnie for appointments as well.  We collaborate with dieticians and physicians when possible to ensure a holistic team approach to your eating disorder recovery work.

It is important that you are motivated to be in recovery from your eating disorder and are not struggling at a level requiring more intensive support than we can offer.  We may require physician support to ensure you are healthy enough to participate in counseling rather than treatment.

If this seems like a good fit for your needs contact us, we would love to work with you.


To discuss your needs and schedule a consultation or training, please click here to contact Enrichment or by phone at 254-235-3500