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Recovery is possible. Learn how to let go and find a way out of the eating disorder's power and control.             

Often times those with an eating disorder are fused with their emotions and struggle to see alternative ways to cope with life's stress.

It is not uncommon to use food and exercise as a coping mechanism but for some, it reaches unhealthy levels. 


Family-based Treatment for Anorexia-Nervosa (FBT)

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Exposure Response Prevention (ERP)


Anorexia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa

Binge Eating Disorder

Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorder


Purging Disorder



Thank You for your kind words. It means a lot to us!

What I liked about Audrey was that she tailored her techniques and sessions to my preferences. She gave me choices between traditional talk therapy or an approach where she would give me tools and strategies to help challenge my negative thoughts. She helped me make small changes and always offered ideas in a non judgmental way. She is an expert in her field and really has a deep understanding of woman’s body issues and the latest tools (apps, books, research). Even though I went to her to help me with my body issues, it ended up helping me be a better mom and wife to my family. Since she is a mom too, she really understood the daily grind/pressure to work and raise a family and was flexible with her time and gave me a safe space to have a little bit of time to work on myself.

Audrey has 5 years of experience treating primary eating disorders. Her background including group therapy and individual therapy, as well as leadership roles and program development in partial hospital programs. She participated in a 3 year study with University of Chicago alongside Dr Daniel LaGrange and Dr Ellen Astrachan-Fletcher, measuring the effectiveness of Family-based Treatment (FBT) in combination with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Audrey had one of the highest rates of client retention and outcome success. She is a member of the iaedp heartland chapter and is eligible for her Certified Eating Disorder Specialist accreditation. Audrey has presented in many different venues for increase eating disorder awareness in vulnerable populations.