Alicia Perez MHC-LP
Courtney Levy Daniels, LMHC
I am a NYC-based therapist, specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, disordered eating, trauma and body image dissatisfaction. I approach treatment through a Health at Every Size, fat positive, weight neutral, social justice and trauma-informed lens. I am in the processes of becoming a Body Trust Certified Provider through Be Nourished and have extensive training in evidence-based treatment models (DBT, DBT-PE, CBT-E and ACT).
Dora Bowman, LCSW
I use a trauma-informed and compassionate approach and draw from Somatic Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, as well as Feminist Therapy. I am strongly invested in the Health at Every Size model and work to dismantle systemic fatphobia and weight stigma throughout my personal and professional life. I can support parents who have kids with eating/body issues by helping them to examine ways that diet culture has impacted their own lives and ideas about bodies and food. I can hold space for any challenges and uncomfortable emotions that might arise while trying to break cycles of disordered eating and thinking, as well as help gather relevant resources and tools to build a foundation of care and healing.
Emily Fogle, LMSW
My approach is rooted in being an anti-diet, fat-positive, HAES-aligned clinician. Much of my work focuses on supporting people who are LGBTQ+, as I specialize in working with transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary individuals, as well as athletes, who struggle with eating and their relationship with food and exercise. I like to take a diverse approach in treatment, utilizing several theories in order to meet each client’s needs and goals. I draw on psychodynamic and relational orientations while using mindfulness, somatic, and cognitive techniques for emotional and relational healing. My treatment approach is informed by my experiences as a queer, non-binary person, and former athlete.
Emily McGinniss, LMSW
I believe in an integrative approach to therapy, addressing both the mind and the body. I am committed to providing compassionate care from mindfulness evidence based practices such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Health At Every Size (HAES) to facilitate holistic healing and support each person’s unique needs and goals.
My areas of expertise include the mind/body connection, trauma-informed care, health and eating disorder recovery, stress management and anxiety/depression. In my sessions, we work together as a team. I treat the client as a whole, not a symptom. I believe that you have everything you need to to succeed; I am here to help you access it. Through personalized insight and psychoeducation, we work as a team in developing tools of self-regulation to empower and (re)establish a feeling of security and trust within the body and mind so you can feel confident in your next steps.
Many of my clients come out of therapy feeling confident in taking the next best steps for themselves from a deeper understanding of their authentic wants and needs. They report that they have an easier time sitting with and processing difficult emotions, are more comfortable with themselves both alone and in social interactions, and have a clearer sense of their core values and beliefs. Most importantly, they feel safe, listened to, supported, and seen for who they really are.
I work with individuals across the age span, as well as couples and families. I look forward to the opportunity to connect and partner with you on your pursuit of discovery and self-care.
Kathleen Deters-Hayes, LCSW-R
I am a Clinical Social Worker committed to helping clients find their true sense of seldom life’s journey. I specialize in working with people with eating disorders, trauma, anxiety, relationship issues and other life struggles. I believe that each of us is on our own unique journey as a gift to the world.
Leslie Bloch, LCSW-R
I am a HAES and anti-diet focused treatment provider of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for eating disorders (CBT-E), Family Based Treatment for adolescents with eating disorders (FBT) & Body-positive parenting. I also co-host a weekly podcast about body-positive parenting routed in HAES for the whole family. .
Lieba Swartz-Brownstein, LMSW
I provide client-centered care that helps individuals engage in their lives in a way that feels authentic and whole. I value creating therapeutic spaces in which my clients feel that all of them is welcome – the good, the bad, the healing, the trying, and everything in-between. My goal for my clients is to help them live a life of value and to feel they have the tools and skills they need to “live a life worth living,” as DBT founder Marsha Linahan would say. I want my clients to know their worth, their value, and their brave, so they can live lives full of love, belonging, and acceptance.
Marissa Sherov, LCSW
I am a trained Maternal Mental Health Specialist in addition to many years of experience working with individuals struggling with an eating disorder. I specialize in mindfulness-based treatments and work with clients to improve their body image and break free from a disordered eating mindset by teaching Intuitive Eating techniques. I work with many moms with navigating the various dynamics of parenthood including helping them to develop healthy relationships with food and body positivity for themselves and to set sound examples for their children.
Racheli Miller, PhD
I am passionate about Health at Every Size, Intuitive Eating, and helping individuals reject diet culture and heal their relationship with food and body image. My approach is grounded in mindfulness and compassion-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapies (ACT, CFT, DBT). I employ the science of compassion to help clients cultivate their intuition, wisdom, courage, and inner kindness in the service of helping them reject diet culture and actualize meaningful, values-based living. I also enjoy helping clients support their children in this process.
Sarah Anas, M.A
I am a Health at Every Size, weight-neutral therapist who has a special interest in working with those suffering from eating disorders. I am trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for eating disorders, and skills-based Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I work with clients of all ages to practice intuitive eating, body neutrality, and unlearn diet-culture rules. If one of your loved ones is suffering from an eating disorder, therapy can help you gain the skills and knowledge to best support them, as well as a place to discuss and manage the difficult emotions that may come up as you support their recovery.
Sarah Lewin, LMSW
My practice is grounded in a relational, feminist, and social justice framework. As a Health At Every Size practitioner, I bring an attuned lens to the ways that weight stigma disrupts all of our abilities to care for and live comfortably in our bodies. Working from an anti-diet and intuitive eating approach, I support individuals in exploring their relationship to food, eating and the body with curiosity and compassion.
Stephanie Roth-Goldberg, LCSW-R, CEDS
I am an anti-diet provider and believe in using a client-centered approach to meet individual needs. I am trained as a psychoanalyst and utilize analytic theories to help clients uncover lost standing beliefs that may need to be examined in order to create a more positive relationship to food and their bodies. I work with older adolescents and adults.
Taylor Seegmiller, LMSW
I work from an anti-diet, HAES approach, and feel that people can begin to find wholeness and healing when they begin to engage in connected and healthy relationships first of which start with one's self. I work alongside other health care providers including RDs, and Nutritionists if necessary to create a cohesive treatment plan for individuals that I work with while incorporating various therapeutic modalities that best suit the needs of the individuals.
Zoë Bisbing LCSW PC
I am certified in Family-Based Treatment fo children and adolescents with eating disorders. I also employ CBT-E (cognitive behavioral therapy) for older adolescents and adults with eating disorders or disordered eating. I also offer body-positive coaching for teens and adults, as well as body-positive parenting coaching (through The Full Bloom Project).