Schedule an appointment with an Anorexia Nervosa Therapist in the Chicago Loop

Meet Our Anorexia Nervosa Specialists In The Loop Near You
Anorexia nervosa is a psychological eating disorder that is characterized by a refusal to eat and the desire to be thin. Almost always, a person who suffers from anorexia nervosa is struggling with other mental health issues such as anxiety, stress, trauma, and depression. The urge to be thin and stay thin is dangerous to the human body and many of its victims spend time in recovery centers. Finding professional support is vital to one’s mental and physical well-being.
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Sophie Roskin

Therapist

Sophie Roskin is a licensed social worker who has focused her career largely on treating both young girls and women with eating disorders. She feels passionately about being able to help those who suffer from anorexia nervosa. Sophie utilizes a multi-faceted approach to treatment, however, she strongly believes in the specific practice of the evidence-based treatment of Unified Treatment Protocol (UP) to treat eating disorder patients. She understands that women who are coping with body dysmorphia and the struggles of eating disorders, such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia, are almost always dealing with deeper layers. Sophie is available to listen, talk and guide individuals who are seeking support and care before, during, and after times of need.

Jackie Chavez

Therapist

Jackie Chavez guides her clients towards their goals using a person-centered approach to self-improvement. She encourages patients who are specifically dealing with the challenges of eating disorders and other control issues to stay honest, truthful and kind to themselves. Jackie provides an integrated strategy to therapy which involves the combination of CBT, DBT, solution-focused, and emotionally focused therapy in order to develop and achieve healthy forms of self-care and well-being.

Alexandra Sandova

Therapist

Alexandra Sandoval has an extensive background working with a variety of mental health issues such as anxiety, stress, trauma, OCD, PTSD, and loss. She understands that all of these issues can negatively affect behaviors and actions, such as self-harm and eating disorders. In fact, Alexandra has previous work experience as a therapist at Cook County Juvenile Probation Department and Eating Recovery Center. She chooses to treat her clients with directed attention to their inner voices by using both conscious and unconscious thinking processes. As a yoga practitioner, Alexandra views the holistic approach to therapy as just as important as the psychotherapy method.