December 16, 2018

By Amanda F Jennings. LMFT

Did you know that all health insurance now includes benefits for behavioral health?  You can get psychotherapy paid by you health insurance at the same rate as physical illnesses.  So why not try this option?  Depending on your coverage you could be looking at paying a small weekly copay and your insurance pays the rest. 

November 10, 2018


By Kim Scott, LMFT

So often we go into the holiday season with dread because we are afraid of all the holiday parties with tempting food and drink.  We are afraid that by the end of the season the weight gain will be huge.  Fear no more . . . If you follow these three simple tips you can rest assured that you won’t have January Post-Traumatic Scale Shock.

October 01, 2018


By: Josie Munroe, MFT


An eating disorder is a physical, mental, and emotional crisis. Finding the right treatment team can literally be a matter of life and death. Even when symptoms are mild and motivation to change is strong, working with a specialist is so valuable because most eating disorders will worsen over time when left untreated or treated poorly.


August 26, 2018


by Nicole Cruz, RD

First, let me say, I don't like the term obesity. I don't use it in my practice as a dietitian, or with my friends and family, unless it's such a major part of their vernacular it's the only way I can connect. If it's what I need to use to be on common ground or to make a point, I do. But in general, it's not a way I categorize bodies. People always have and always will come in different sized bodies. We don't diagnose someone's height and we shouldn’t diagnose their weight.