I provide group and individual consultation and supervision to professionals who treat eating disorders.

  • Consultation— includes specific suggestions for help with your clients.
  • Supervision— is attention to your own reactions to clients or the issues that arise in treatment.
  • Group— provides an opportunity to receive support of your colleagues, which helps diminish the sense of ineffectiveness and isolation that treating people with eating disorders can sometimes engender.

I have been in private practice specializing in eating disorders since 1982. I did post–graduate training in counseling at the University of Southern California, in a clinical fellowship and from a private psychotherapy institute. In addition, I began receiving supervision from psychotherapists at USC School of Medicine and continue in Oregon with therapists in private practice and group supervision.