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Eating disorders are a psychological and emotional condition that causes an individual to suffer from food related problems, mostly related to controlled habits and behaviors. Some common types of eating disorders include anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder. Recognizing eating disorder symptoms and behaviors is the first step to getting help. Finding a therapist who is specifically trained to help cope with both eating disorders and the underlying emotional issues is important to living a healthier life. 

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Alexandra Sandoval


Alexandra Sandoval believes that understanding, healing, and growing for yourself not only requires honesty, dedication, and time; but it also involves self-love. She has experience working as a therapist at Cook County Juvenile Probation Department and Eating Recovery Center. Alexandra approaches her patients who are suffering from eating disorders with a collaborative hand that enables her patients to feel empowered and enriched to live better lives. She focuses heavily on the holistic practices of mindfulness, conscious and unconscious thinking, as well as developing the importance of the mind-body connection.

Sophie Roskin


Sophie Roskin treats patients suffering from eating disorders using a variety of evidence-based practices. Some of these therapeutic approaches include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing, and Exposure Therapy. Ms. Roskin specializes in working specifically with women of all ages who suffer from different forms of eating disorders. With a background in working within a variety of inpatient and outpatient centers for eating disorders, Sophie knows that the spectrum of eating disorders does vary, but the patience and caring approach always remains the same. 

Courtney Morris


Courtney Morris empowers patients suffering from different forms of eating disorders the importance of self-awareness, self-confidence, and self-compassion. She has experience working with individuals who stem from a variety of mood-related disorders, relational issues, trauma, and self-harm. All of mental health issues impact behaviors and overtime can result in harmful and negative habits, such as eating disorders. Courtney teaches her patients the skills necessary to formulate healthier habits, as well as developing stronger relationships with themselves and others.