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Eating Disorders Therapists in Charlotte
Anorexia, Bulimia

Melissa E Miller, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Reaching out to begin therapy takes courage as it shows a desire for understanding and a hope for change. I believe that the right fit between a therapist and client is essential to the success of any treatment. This important relationship is the springboard for safe exploration into the areas of your life that you find problematic.
Eating Disorders
(704) 707-3048
Charlotte, North Carolina 28287
Fit 4 Life-Tiffany Brown-Bush MS, LPC, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you an Emotional Eater, are you exhausted and fighting cravings? What if there are underlying causes you have not addressed? Clients who struggle with body image, weight loss, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, low-self esteem, and adjustment to major life changes will benefit. I am able to combine my unique skill-set of nutrition counseling, functional testing, and mental health counseling, to deliver a comprehensive therapeutic intervention to my client. As an Integrative Mental Health Therapist, and Functional Practitioner, I offer a unique approach to supporting you.
Eating Disorders
(704) 303-8294 x5
Charlotte, North Carolina 28269
Heidi Limbrunner, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I specialize in helping children and adolescents who struggle with depression, low self-esteem, self-harm and anxiety. Additionally, I have extensive experience in working with individuals of all ages who struggle with eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and obesity. In working with children, I involve family members when appropriate to provide parents with additional support and allow time in each therapy session to address any questions or concern they have. My therapeutic style is warm, empathetic, strengths based and informative while being goal oriented.
Eating Disorders
(704) 751-0570
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Angela S Redlak-Olcese, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Dr. Redlak-Olcese's therapeutic approach is collaborative, structured, directive,and active. It goes beyond traditional "talk-therapy." Specific techniques and concepts are taught during each session and specific next steps are identified for you to practice at home. We work together on becoming experts of your patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving so you can make real changes and learn new ways of reacting and responding to life challenges. You will learn how to think and behave in ways to obtain what you want. I don't tell you what to do -- rather, teach you how to do it.
Eating Disorders
(704) 271-1148
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Amy S Combs, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“Therapy is about creating lasting, positive change via an honest and empathic relationship. A good fit between client and therapist is essential. My clients tell me that I am caring and sympathetic but also a straight-shooter who offers candid insights and feedback. I am here to listen but also to encourage and help you to be accountable to yourself. No issue is too large or too small to be a focus of our work together.
Eating Disorders
(704) 378-1390
Charlotte, North Carolina 28203
Melissa Elder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice focuses on eating disorders, women's issues, relationships and improving general wellness through relief of anxiety and depression. If you feel you are struggling with any of these issues and it is impacting your ability to lead a full life, therapy may be a helpful process to understand your behaviors and change them. I believe it is important to start our work together with clear goals and will help you identify your needs and develop coping and self-care skills to improve your wellbeing and happiness.
Eating Disorders
(980) 404-2198
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Emily Powell Bass, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Whatever brings you to counseling, I commend you for reaching out to find someone to help you navigate through your difficult situation. My hope for you, regardless of what brings you in, is that you feel affirmed and supported in a safe environment during our time together. I consider it a privilege to hear your story, and look forward to working with you. Spiritual development issues and topics of faith may be discussed if you choose.
Eating Disorders
(704) 994-5614
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Jill Eilenberger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LMFT, CEDS
“I have been working as a therapist for 25 years. I have experience and training to treat almost any issue. However most of my clients are individuals who are struggling with some type of disordered eating or relationship issue. I offer some late morning, afternoon, and evening hours.
Eating Disorders
(704) 591-0648
Charlotte, North Carolina 28209
Ann Kreindler-Siegel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“I have been in practice for more than thirty years and love what I do. I really enjoy working with people and my primary specialties are working with people with Eating Disorders, couples, family issues, and life issues that arise for people. I am also trained as a Somatic Experiencing Professional and work with people with anxiety, OCD, and all types of trauma. Trauma is defined as any emotionally overwhelming life experience and therefore encompasses many issues we deal with in life. I am known for my work in the Eating Disorder and trauma field.
Eating Disorders
(704) 271-1059 x315
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
OneCore Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
“Most have been taught to monitor behavior, but few have mastered monitoring their heart. I am passionate about helping clients gain understanding and instill hope for change. By starting where the client is at, I aim to facilitate change as it relates to the mind, body, & soul. Creating a safe environment for a strong therapeutic alliance, each client is treated wholistically to discover one's true potential for conflict resolution. Building on individual client's strengths, the C.O.R.E. issue to the presenting problem is revealed. (C)ultivate, (O)vercome, (R)enew, & (E)mpower
Eating Disorders
(704) 751-4605
Charlotte, North Carolina 28226
Lotes Nelson, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Seeking help is one of the most difficult steps to take. So, give yourself a lot of credit for being empowered to take this challenging adventure! This difficult decision will take you one step closer to finding the new you. As an eclectic therapist, my approach is just that. Depending on the client’s concerns, I use techniques from various forms of psychotherapy practices. The ultimate goal is helping you find your true potential in leading a life that is worth celebrating. With the application of the different therapeutic approaches and techniques, you, the client, and I will be able to unfold long-standing behavior patterns or negative thinking that may be holding you back from experiencing a satisfying and meaningful life. I want to thank you for taking the time to review my profile. I look forwarding to working with you, to provide the extra support and guidance needed to rediscover the new you. Whether you are experiencing a difficult time, or just want to understand your emotions or thought patterns, I am happy to assist you in achieving your goals.
Eating Disorders
(704) 802-9727
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Rose M LeDay, Psychologist  in Charlotte
“I am a clinician who believes in meeting you where you are in an effort to help you get where you'd like to be. I am comfortable working with a variety of emotional and behavioral challenges, as well as a myriad of mental health diagnoses. I believe that growth and change are possible with time, effort, and commitment. I look forward to helping you reach your goals and participating in your journey to wellness.
Eating Disorders
(704) 659-0330
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Transcend ED, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
“TranscendED offers partial hospital, intensive outpatient, and outpatient counseling treatment for girls and women struggling with eating disorders. Founded by Dr. Rose LeDay, an exceptional leader, teacher, and expert in the field of eating disorders, TranscendED believes that recovery from an eating disorder is possible.
Eating Disorders
(704) 754-4709
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Bennett Kirkpatrick, Counselor  in Charlotte
“Are you struggling with your relationship to food? Not sure if you or a loved one is a healthy weight or is engaging in healthy eating and exercise? Do you feel like you struggle with impulsive behavior or just can't shake feeling down or anxious? I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders and mood disorders. My work with these two populations ranges from outpatient to clinical director in a residential hospital setting.
Eating Disorders
(704) 754-4812
Hosts group in:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28270
Tapestry Eating Disorder Treatment Program, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
“Tapestry is a licensed Residential and Partial Hospitalization Program providing comprehensive eating disorder treatment for women who are ready for change. Our home is nestled within the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina, and we're convenient to many major metropolitan areas. We consider the many dramatic waterfalls, wide vistas, and pristine forests nearby to be an important aspect of your recovery program.
Eating Disorders
(855) 396-2604
We serve:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28202
Lauren Britton, Psychological Associate  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA, HSP-PA
“I am a Clinical Health Psychologist in Asheville. As a health psychologist, it is my goal to help you achieve wellness in both mind and body. I approach therapy with the awareness that you are the expert on yourself, and I trust in your wisdom. Together we can work on clarifying your goals, and taking steps towards them. This path may include eliminating sources of stress, developing healthy coping strategies, or shifting thinking patterns or lifestyle. I help adults and adolescents with various concerns, in office or via remote therapy, and specialize in DBT, eating disorders and weight challenges.
Eating Disorders
(828) 398-0131
Office is near:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28201
Kimberly B Krueger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Charlotte
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Imagine Saying YES to Life! At Southlake, we believe that everyone deserves to live a remarkable life! You are our priority, and we are committed to helping you discover the joy and satisfaction that awaits you. Whether you are suffering from the effects of a life change, a traumatic event, confusion in relationships, or simply want to learn how to move through life with greater ease and confidence, we provide a safe, accepting, and effective therapeutic environment. We are attentive to your desires, and we will guide you toward becoming your best self.
Eating Disorders
(704) 750-8285
Office is near:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Bright Heart Health, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
“Bright Heart Health is the first online face-to-face eating disorder treatment program. Clients are treated by therapists, dietitians, and other experts through online, live video group and individual sessions. Bright Heart is making treatment more convenient, private, and effective.
Eating Disorders
(855) 497-3657
We serve:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28211
The Renfrew Center of Florida, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
“The Renfrew Center has been a pioneer in the treatment of eating disorders since 1985. As the nation's first residential eating disorder facility, with locations in California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas, Renfrew has helped more than 65,000 women with eating disorders and other behavioral health issues and trained more than 25,000 professionals. Renfrew provides women suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) and related mental health problems, with the tools they need to succeed-in recovery and in life. Offering a warm, nurturing environment, Renfrew emphasizes a respect for the unique psychology of women, the importance of a collaborative therapeutic relationship, and the belief that every woman needs to actively participate in her own growth and recovery.
Eating Disorders
(866) 265-2206
We serve:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28210
Carolina House Eating Disorder Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Charlotte
“Carolina House is pleased to announce two locations in the Research Triangle area with a variety of service. Our residential program provides women suffering from anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorder and combines medical care, psychiatry, psychotherapy and dietary interventions. Situated in a beautiful craftsman style farmhouse and surrounded by 10 acres of forest, Carolina House provides a beautiful, safe and nurturing environment for women to heal at the residential level.
Eating Disorders
(877) 759-6348
We serve:
Charlotte, North Carolina 28214

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