Eating Disorder Therapy in North Palm Beach

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Are You Being Impacted by an Eating Disorder?

Do you long for a day where food and your body don't consume your thoughts?

Have you ever wondered how the relentless “New Year, New Me” narrative impacts our mental well-being and relationship with food? 

Have you questioned why the global weight loss and weight management market is proposed to bring in $405.4 BILLION dollars by 2030? [1]

Diets are designed to fail.

At Deeply Rooted Psychotherapy, we can help you strengthen and have a healthy relationship with food. 

Your Relationship with Food

What does a relationship with food mean? A healthy relationship with food involves accepting a variety of foods to help nourish your body while enjoying what you eat. It can encompass aspects of intuitive eating, a mindset that utilizes the use of hunger and fullness cues which lets your body know how much and when to eat. 

What Your Journey to Eating Disorder Recovery May Look Like

As a clinician with lived eating disorder experience our skilled and compassionate clinician, Megan Gleicher, Registered Clinical Social Work Inter, specializes in a unique integration of Dialectal Behavior Therapy (DBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to support individuals on their journey to eating disorder recovery. Her therapeutic approach combines evidenced-based strategies from DBT to address emotion dysregulation and behavioral patterns with the transformative power of IFS and EMDR to explore and heal underlying emotional wounds. Megan recognizes that eating disorders often coexist with other diagnoses and is skilled in navigating these complexities with empathy and understanding. 

How We Come Together

When working with Megan, you will receive tailored treatment plans, blending the strengths of DBT, IFS, and EMDR to meet your unique needs and challenges in the recovery process. While on your journey, you may bring a dietitian, primary care physician, or psychiatrist to your team to help collaborate and coordinate the best care possible for you.

While on your journey to recovery, we will focus on mindful eating and nutrition, integrating therapeutic modalities and skills to cultivate a mindful and balanced relationship with food. We will also utilize techniques to help you build emotional awareness, regulate intense emotions, and develop healthier coping skills. 

There Is Hope

Eating disorders and disordered eating serve a maladaptive function in life and there Is always a function behind the behavior. If you or a loved one are questioning your relationship with food or feel the diet culture and industry has affected your physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual health, please reach out to schedule a free consultation with Megan. Together, you can embark on a transformative journey toward healing and reclaiming a balanced, fulfilling life.


Will you collaborate with my team I have established already?

Yes, it is highly encouraged that you have a team that takes a collaborative approach. You may already have a therapist you feel comfortable working with and want to add in our therapist as additional support for eating disorders or trauma therapy. We will work together with your dietitian and primary care physician, with a signed Release of Information from you for all parties, to ensure you have the best possible care. Your safety is our utmost priority.

Does my insurance cover eating disorder therapy?

We accept most major insurance companies and will work together with your particular insurance to have an estimate of your coverage and financial responsibility before the first intake session. We also provide Superbills in case we do not accept your insurance for you to provide to them for possible reimbursement for out of network care.

How long does eating disorder therapy take?

The number of sessions and duration depends on many factors. Your therapist will work with you during the first few sessions to get a thorough background from you and together you will create a treatment plan. Every 3 months you will check-in on progress towards goals and update them appropriately. Typically, you will begin with sessions once weekly as long as it is clinically appropriate.


Meet our eating disorder specialist

As a clinician, I meet you where you are and walk alongside you to where you want to be. My clinical experience includes working with people of all ages providing individual counseling, group therapy, and creating connections to community-based resources. I have lived eating disorder experience and come from an anti-diet and health at every size (HAES) aligned perspective.