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Welcome to

Outpatient Eating Disorder Therapy

Accepting Teens & Adults for Psychotherapy and Neurofeedback

Non-dieting Health
If you've lost your way with food, feel as though your success is measured by your body size and think you need another ‘diet’, we've got good news and bad news...
Eating Help
First the bad news
Now the good news
Bulimia help


What We Offer

Quick-Shift Psychotherapy

Quick-shift psychotherapy is designed to help individuals shift shame-based and weight-focused belief systems quickly and effectively. By identifying shame and fear-based thinking and beliefs related to food and body image, we can help individuals shift from stress patterns of hustling for worth, weight-watching, and hiding, into a new state of self-awareness, self-acceptance, self-care, and body confidence.

Neurofeedback & Bioregulation Therapy

Neurofeedback brainwave training and bioregulation therapies support the nervous system to more effectively manage stress and regulate bodily functions. This can result in a state of calm, a quieter mind, as well as an improved capacity to regulate emotions, thoughts, and behavior, including eating behavior. These therapies help to regulate your appetite attuning it to your body's nutritional needs, supporting natural eating patterns and a healthy weight.

Nutritional Support

Nutritional support offers an approach to self-nourishment that represents a shift from the diet mentality to an intuitive relationship with eating. We combine science-based eating strategies with intuitive eating methods that improve your nutritional status while helping you optimize nutrition, pleasure, and a sense of satiation that improves your energy, health, mood, sleep, focus, and overall functioning.


Neurofeedback Brainwave Training

In this video, founder Alison Ross, LMFT provides insight on how neurofeedback supports eating disorder recovery by reactivating the brain's natural ability to regulate itself, assisting with emotion and eating regulation.

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What our clients are saying


“After a few weeks of neurofeedback and therapy I noticed that my mind had become quieter. It felt like someone turned off the mean voice in my head."


A healthy and safe alternative to dieting is available.

Waging war on your body, restricting food, overexercising, and chasing unrealistic weight goals is not going to make you healthier, happier, or more confident – as you may have been led to believe.

Instead of attempting to talk your way out of disordered eating, as many therapies do, we offer a shortcut to eating recovery.

Our unique method both helps you shift problematic mindsets and treats the nervous system to reduce the stress associated with the diet mindset. Together these therapies change your thinking and foster healing deep in the nervous system, creating the internal conditions that support healthy eating patterns and body confidence.

We’re committed to helping you improve your relationship with food and your body by healing from the root cause of disordered eating problems – chronic stress, fear, and shame.


4 simple steps to get started
Step 1
Contact us to book a FREE 15 min information call.

It’s the best way to know how we can help you.

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Step 2
Get matched with a therapist that fits your specific needs. 

We’ll support you each step of the way.

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Step 3
Meet with your therapist in-person or online in a safe, judgment free environment.

Work together to create a plan personalized to meet your needs.

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Step 4
Celebrate your success.

Lead a mindful life and feel like yourself again.

Mindset shifts from diet mentality to mentality of self-awareness and self-care.
Settling and stabilizing the nervous system to recover from the chronic stress of the diet mentality and lifestyle.
Regulating the appetite, digestion, metabolism, mood, energy, emotions to create the internal conditions that support healthy eating, weight, body image
Creating the mindset, brainwave activity, and biorhythms that support confidence and healthy eating patterns
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