Online Therapy for Eating Disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder + Anxiety
Are you sick and tired of struggling alone? Feel like there is no way out of your eating disorder or obsessive compulsive disorder? Do you feel trapped in and scared of your own mind? Both of these mental health conditions include high amounts of anxiety, obsessive thoughts and rituals that tend to impact daily functioning. As anti-oppression therapists, we tailor our approach to fit your individual needs, explore systemic issues contributing to your distress and believe our relationship is one of the most important components to your healing. We have years of professional experience in a variety of settings including outpatient, inpatient, residential treatment centers, schools and private practice. We are up to date with the latest treatment and research for Eating Disorders in order to provide you the best quality care. We have been through recovery from eating disorders and body image ourselves, which helps our clients feel like they can relate. Although no two recovery journeys are the same, we deeply empathize with anyone struggling. It's our mission to help every client we serve find the same freedom we have.
About Eating Disorder & OCD Therapy
We are a small group practice in California, providing virtual eating disorder, OCD and trauma services to adults, tweens, teens and kids throughout the state.
We specialize in treating Eating Disorders, Body Image, Anxiety, Trauma and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. We often work with relational concerns, body dysmorphic disorder and mood disorders as well. We have extensive professional training as well as lived experience. We know what it's like to be scared of recovery, yet desperately yearning for relief. We take a compassionate yet firm approach to help you reach your goals in healing. Our clients take comfort knowing they can come to us, judgement free, and talk with a therapist who has been there.
Social justice is an integral part of our work and we operate from a Health at Every Size lens. We identify as intersectional therapists, which means we strive to affirm and warmly welcome your intersecting identities, which include sexual orientation, gender identity, ethnicity, race, ability, and class. Our advocacy does not end in the therapy room, Allyson offers a variety of educational trainings multiple times a year.
Allyson has several cost friendly courses on Eating Disorder Recovery and The Mixed Race Experience if you are looking for more than therapy. Allyson also offer consultation to providers and many free resources Instagram @bodyjustice.therapist and podcast Body Justice on Apple and Spotify.
“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face and do the thing you think you cannot do.”