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Behavioral Health Therapy Services in SWFL​

Behavioral Health Therapy Services in SWFL​

Behavioral Health Therapy Services in SWFL​

Behavioral health therapy is a broad term that encompasses multiple branches of mental health. At Cederquist, our Behavioral Health Therapy services are targeted towards improving the relationship between your daily habits and their effect on your physical and mental health.

Essentially, this is a type of therapy that aims to identify and help change potentially unhealthy behaviors.

The key component that we focus on in your daily habits is your eating – the kind of food you eat, how often you eat, how big the portions you eat are, the kind of nutrients your food is providing, etc. 

It’s not uncommon for most people to have unhealthy eating habits – it’s human nature to become busy and grab the quickest snack you can think of, or maybe skip eating altogether. However, your body is your biggest personal asset, and it needs to be nourished properly.

The goal isn’t to try some crazy diet, or count your calories – the goal is to help you find a healthy relationship with food. Food should make you feel good, not the other way around, so the goal is to ultimately develop a meal plan with you that makes you feel full, nourished, and  happy.

Eating Disorder Treatment

For those who need help with eating disorders our licensed psychologist is here to help with an open mind and heart.

Do you think you may have an eating disorder? Reflect on the following questions:

  • Do you spend a lot of time meal planning and calorie counting in an attempt to change your body?
  • Does the number you see on the scale determine your food and food choices for the day?
  • Does your urge to eat less/more feel out of your control?
  • Do you often experience shame after eating specific foods?
  • Is there a voice in your head that tells you that you should be ashamed of your body and how it looks?
  • Are you too concerned about your outward appearance and keeping yourself from eating because of it?

If you found yourself nodding your head to more than one of these questions, you may have an eating disorder. You’re not alone. Our licensed psychologist has many years of experience working with people who struggle with eating disorders.

When you’re ready to take the next step in your wellness journey, we are here for you. Contact us today for guidance and support in creating an in-depth wellness plan with behavioral health therapy at its core.

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