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 An eating disorder is characterized as having an obsessive infatuation with self-image and/or distorted perception of one’s body, causing an individual to develop unhealthy eating habits and behaviors. Common types of eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder. Reaching out for professional help to cope with internal and emotional struggles and insecurities is vital to overcoming negative and sometimes harmful eating habits and other specific eating disorders.

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Bianca Miller


Bianca Miller is experienced with treating a variety of eating disorders and other unhealthy behaviors due to emotional and mental fears and instability. She works collaboratively with her patients to help them gain self-awareness and build the confidence and strength needed to obtain a healthy mindset for dealing with varying emotional struggles. Bianca treats both adolescents and adults who are seeking the help and motivation to make positive changes in their lives in order to live in a more balanced and meaningful way. She utilizes a cognitive behavioral approach to encourage the importance of building self-esteem and acknowledging self-worth.

Brittney Segoviano


Brittney Segoviano supports her patients who struggle with eating disorders by addressing their untreated and underlying thoughts and emotions. She is skilled at treating mental health issues such as depression and anxiety that contribute to the development of eating disorders and other self-harming behaviors. Brittney teaches her clients how to effectively deal with interpersonal relationship struggles by offering impactful communication techniques for confronting difficult issues. She practices a combination of CBT, DBT, ACT, Motivational Interviewing, and Trauma informed care to help individuals understand their past experiences, bridge the connections between emotions and behaviors, and develop the self-esteem and confidence needed to overcome their eating disorder.