Deeper Roots Therapy Services
With COVID-19 present in North Carolina, Deeper Roots Therapy is fully virtual, offering secure, HIPAA compliant video based therapy through our online portal.
Individual Therapy is offered for treatment of Binge Eating Disorder, Bulimia and other related eating disorders. Therapy modalities used include mindfulness, Cognitive-Behavioral therapy, intuitive eating and body image work. Within eating disorders, we have a special focus on binge eating, post-bariatric counseling, bulimia, eating disorders in adult women 30+, and men with eating disorders.
Eating Disorders can be complicated and require specialized training and focus on both the physical and mental aspects of the disorders. Clinicians at Deeper Roots Therapy focus on developing coping skills to address eating disorder symptoms as well as exploring triggers for your behaviors and understanding why these eating patterns and cycles have emerged in your life. Many people seeking treatment have been engaging in binge eating and other eating disorder symptoms, then dieting and trying weight loss methods for years, without long term success. Using evidence-based treatment modalities, we can help you understand why these behaviors have developed and give you tools to break these patterns to find a more balanced approach and develop a healthy relationship with food.
Melissa Elder, LCSW offers group therapy through the Art of Intentional Eating. Groups include a ten-series course on mindful and intuitive eating, as well as workshops and intensives. We also offer a monthly community group for non-diet support. Check the Art of Intentional Eating website for more information and session dates and times.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is an effective therapy for trauma and processing memories and more recently, studies have shown efficacy in body image work and eating disorders. Our trained EMDR clinician focuses on helping clients understand their past body experiences and reshape their relationship to their body and image.