Celeste Smith, LMFT
I love working with families and couples to help with eating and body issues. My background is in marriage and family therapy and the intersection of this area and eating/body issues are my passions. I work with families and couples to provide therapy and necessary resources for the entire family system. I generally work from a systems perspective to find the role of the eating and body issues and find other workable ways to meet this same need. I offer support groups for families and individuals as well.
Cherie Miller, LPC
Through best-treatment therapy techniques, we help clients make peace with food and their bodies through intuitive eating and body acceptance. We help parents understand the complexities of food issues and how to support their child in developing a healthy relationship with food and their bodies.
East Texas Eating Disorder Specialists
Jamie English, LCSW-S, CEDS
I am an eating disorder therapist and certified eating disorder specialist. I also specialize in trauma, I align with intuitive eating and Health at Every Size. I am anti-diet and weight neutral. I am EMDR certified also use other modalities of therapy (Emotional Transformation Therapy, Sandtray, and Comprehensive Resource Model) to help people heal from underlying issues that led to the eating disorder. I believe in a team approach and working closely with an eating disorder RD and medical professionals informed about eating disorders.
Jessica Sprengle, MA, LPC
I offer an integrative approach that allows for individualization for each client and family. I consider my self radical authentic in my treatment style and bring my own experiences with an eating disorder to the table. I have spent most of my career working with adolescents and families in healing from eating disorders.
Kerry E. Miller, LCSW, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Kerry utilizes a Health at Every Size® (HAES®) approach to psychiatry that is grounded in a broader commitment to providing inclusive, identity-affirming care through an anti-oppression lens. She works with adults in Austin and throughout the state of Texas.
Melodye Phillips, LPC-S
Navigating parenthood can be an extremely difficult in many areas, but navigating a healthy relationship with food and body in yourself and your children often proves to be overwhelming in our culture. My role would be to support you as a parent in finding food and body freedom from rules, restriction, and harm associated with disordered eating, eating disorders, and body image issues. I primarily utilize a systems approach and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in helping those in individual, parenting, and group sessions.