The Myth of Accountability

Accountability, in the general sense, means to be held responsible for your actions. It typically means that if you do not live up to goals, promises, or expectations there will be some sort of punishment. ¬†Doesn’t sound very therapeutic, does it? I frequently have discussion, both personally and professionally, about accountability. Clients find ¬†that following a meal plan or not …

Purpose and Recovery

Have you ever looked in the mirror and been unhappy with what you saw? Maybe you’ve even hated what you saw or even thought “if I could change that one part of me, I’d be ok.” As an eating disorder therapist, I am especially interested in how people see their physical bodies and their relationship to it. Often times, someone …