Are you tired of feeling stuck in the cycle of disordered eating and negative body image? It’s time to break free from the guilt and shame spiral and start living without restriction. Learn how to accept, appreciate, and take care of the body you have today. 

Greenhouse’s work is centered in the belief that all bodies are good bodies, and I work from Healthy At Every Size®, Intuitive Eating®, and anti-diet perspectives. This means that I don't focus on body size or weight. Instead, I help clients reduce disordered behaviors and thoughts, improve body image & relationships with food and movement, and enhance their overall sense of well-being.

Disordered Eating & Body Image Issues

True health isn’t measured by a number on the scale, but by how we feel mentally, emotionally, socially, physically, and spiritually.

Our relationship with our body and food is tightly interwoven with our family of origin, emotional experiences, and self-identity. As such, disordered eating habits and body image issues almost always develop within the context over other mental health issues, which can include anxiety, depression, OCD, trauma, abuse, emotional neglect, substance abuse, and self-harm. We’ll look at a variety of factors that may have influenced your relationship with food and your body to help you begin your healing journey. 

If you're ready to stop obsessing over your body and start living your life to the fullest, contact us to schedule a consultation. We'll work together to discover what "health" means to you outside of diet culture, gain food freedom, and find ways to help you live a meaningful life based on your personal values.

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Our free 15 minute consultation call is a great way to determine where you might land on the disordered eating to eating disorder continuum, and what type of service might be best for you. 

We all likely engage in disordered eating behaviors at some point in our lives. These behaviors could include viewing certain foods as inherently “good” or “bad” and feeling guilty when you eat a “bad” food, overeating, undereating, overexercising, skipping meals, and yo-yo dieting. Disordered eating becomes an eating disorder when the habits become compulsive and begin to affect daily functioning. However, you don’t have to have a “clinical” eating disorder to deserve help!

Greenhouse aims to treat disordered eating before it becomes a serious eating disorder. Individuals with moderate to severe eating disorders may need more intensive and specialized help than Greenhouse provides at this time. I will provide referrals to clients who may need these services to other specialists in Texas. 

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