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Binge eating disorder is an unhealthy and potentially harmful way of dealing with emotions. Individuals who binge eat are often dealing with difficult emotions and turn to food and uncontrollable behavior tendencies to cope. Consuming large amounts of food, in short periods of time, is unhealthy for both the body and the mind. Overeating can cause serious physical health problems such as obesity, cardiovascular issues, and diabetes. Gaining control of thoughts, feelings and emotions through acceptance of past experiences and trauma, is key to managing food intake, consequential physical health, and overall mindful well-being.

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Bianca Miller


Bianca Miller aims to assist her clients in overcoming emotional struggles in order to gain control of their physical health. She is well-versed in treating eating disorders, particularly with adolescents, and helps her patients understand the connection between depression, anxiety, self esteem issues, and relationship troubles. Bianca helps patients who suffer from unhealthy behavior and eating habits, such as binge eating disorder, as a response to untreated mental health issues. She focuses on encouraging her patients to develop healthy and controlled eating habits as they relate to emotional health as a way to manage their physical bodied health.

Brittney Segoviano


Brittney Segoviano approaches individuals who suffer from unhealthy behaviors, such as eating disorders and self-harming practices, in a collaborative and integrative manner. She is passionate about guiding and redirecting patients who struggle particularly with binge eating disorder to develop healthier tools for coping with their feelings. The foundation of Brittney’s therapeutic approach is based around creating a supportive, empowering, and comfortable setting for her patients to explore their past experiences and their present emotions. She believes that acknowledging and understanding the root of emotional challenges is the doorway to seeking out positive change.