Professional Therapy for Eating Disorders

Helping adults or teenagers find balance and embrace well-being.

Evidence-Based Therapeutic Approaches

Understand and Address Triggers

Restore Self-esteem and Confidence

Develop Healthy Eating Habits

Is Therapy the Right Path Forward?

Recognizing and addressing concerns about eating behaviors can be challenging, whether it's for yourself or a loved one.

Here's what we want you to know:

If you've felt distress around meals, experienced intense fear of weight gain, or found yourself avoiding social situations involving food, therapy can offer guidance and support.

Similarly, if you've observed your child or teenager displaying concerning behaviours around food, it might be time to consider professional help.

Therapy isn't solely for diagnosed conditions. It provides a safe space for individuals of all ages to navigate their feelings, understand triggers, and foster a healthier relationship with food, no matter where they are on their journey.

Understanding Challenges: Does Any of This Sound Familiar?

  • 1

    Personal Struggles:

    You find yourself preoccupied with your weight, body shape, or food intake.
  • 2

    Concerns for a Loved One:

    You've observed your child or teenager displaying unusual behaviors around food or expressing dissatisfaction with their body.
  • 3

    Social Avoidance:

    You or your loved one avoids gatherings or events due to anxieties about food or eating in public.
  • 4

    Physical Indicators:

    You've noticed changes in your own or your child's health, such as fatigue, dizziness, or digestive issues, that might be related to eating habits.
  • 5

    Emotional Distress:

    Feelings of guilt, shame, or isolation after eating or when thinking about food.
  • 6

    Family Tensions:

    Meal times have become a source of conflict or tension in the household.

Your Therapist Will See You Now

Embarking on a journey to understand and address eating challenges can be daunting, but you're not alone. Whether you're seeking guidance for yourself, your child, or a loved one, our dedicated psychologists and therapists are here to provide expert care tailored to your unique needs.

Our professionals are trained to offer a compassionate and non-judgmental environment, ensuring you feel supported every step of the way.

Lyne Dufresne, Psychotherapist

Ms Lyne Dufresne

BA, Psychotherapist


Ms Catherine Paschier

MA, Psychologist

Lisa-Marie Sauvé, Psychologist

Ms Lisa-Marie Sauvé

MA, Psychologist

Frequently Asked Questions About Therapy for Eating Disorders

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