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Connecticut Eating Disorder Therapists, Counselors & Specialists

Eating Disorder Hope has put together a list of Connecticut eating disorder therapists into a single directory.

Specialists who treat bulimia, anorexia, binge eating, orthorexia, or other forms of disordered eating in their practice include:

  • Eating disorder therapists (also known as eating disorder counselors, or eating disorder psychologists)-Provide regular therapy sessions and may practice more specific forms of therapy such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), family-based therapy, or other proven treatments for eating disorders. An eating disorder therapist may also treat co-occurring disorders in their practice.
  • Registered dietitians-Create and maintain a balanced meal plan, and take part in Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Eating disorder psychiatrists-Prescribe medications and manage drug therapy
  • Physicians who specialize in treating eating disorders-Oversee core medical complications that arise from eating disorders (such as heart palpitations, muscle atrophy, chronic migraines, etc.)

Men and women with eating disorders typically create a dedicated treatment team made of an eating disorder counselor, a dietitian, psychiatrist, and physician. This level of comprehensive treatment has been proven to be the most successful method of fighting and recovering from an eating disorder.

Our specialist directory of eating disorder counselors is organized to quickly tell you:

  • Name, Location & Contact Information
  • Treatment Setting- Whether the therapist or counselor conducts individual, couples, family, or group therapy sessions
  • Types of Patients Served-Adolescents and / or Adults, Men and / or Women
  • Therapies available-The core eating disorder therapies the practitioner uses; CBT, Medical Nutrition Therapy, DBT, etc.

Eating Disorder Therapists & Specialists in CT

Name / Info
Treatment Setting
Patient Types Served
Therapies Available
Sonya Rencevicz, LCSW, MSW
2 Benedict Place
Greenwich, Ct 06830
Phone: 203-552-5280
Email: skrmsw@gmail.com
Website: Here to Help You Heal
Individual, Family, Couples, GroupAdults /Adolescents / Children
Males & Females
Brain based therapies, Psychodynamic, CBT, Family and Relational Systems, and EMDR
Linda S. Caley, MS, RD
Caley Nutrition
52 Upton Road
Colchester, CT 06415
Phone: 860-204-2691
Email: linda@caleynutrition.com
Website: Caley Nutrition
Individuals in Outpatient SettingAdults /Adolescents / Children
Males & Females
Nutrition Counseling using Intuitive Eating, CBT, DBT
Julia Israelski, LCSW
954 Middlesex Turnpike, Suite A2
Old Saybrook, CT 06442
Phone: 860-575-8074
Fax: 860-581-8343
Website: Julia Israelski
Individual, Family, CouplesAdults /Adolescents
Males & Females
CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma Focused CBT, Strength Based Supportive Psychotherapy, Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model

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Sonya Rencevicz, LCSW, MSW

Sonya has been a psychotherapist for over 15 years, specializing in the treatment of all eating disorders, self injury, trauma, and the anxiety and depression that often accompany them. She has experience working with people of all ages at inpatient and outpatient facilities as well as in private practice.

Sonya’s high level of clinical skill (integrating cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, relational, family systems, and energy psychologies) combine with compassion and understanding to create a safe, empathic atmosphere where each person can begin to face the challenges necessary for overcoming their eating behaviors. Her expertise lies in helping individuals understand the underlying psychological components of their behavior and developing healthier alternatives, resulting in increased self confidence and a more fulfilling intentional life.

203-552-5280
srence@optonline.net
www.Heretohelpyouheal.com


 

Julia Israelski, LCSW

Eating disorders are often an external manifestation of deep internal pain. My goal in treatment is to assist clients in understanding what factors led to their eating disordered behavior, explore the function it serves in their lives, and to help them identify and utilize the strengths they already possess to develop more effective coping skills to overcome their disorder. I utilize a variety of evidenced based theories and interventions to develop a client centered treatment plan.

860-575-8074
jisraelski.lcsw@gmail.com
www.juliaisraelski.com

 

Page Last Updated & Reviewed By: Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC on 
January 6, 2014
Published on EatingDisorderHope.com, 
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