Schedule an appointment with a Bulimia therapist in River North

Meet Our Bulimia Therapists In River North
Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder which roots from emotional issues causing it’s sufferer’s to have distorted self-body images. An individual who is suffering from bulimia typically binges and purges their food in an obsessive and routine way. Before one can be cured from these behaviors, they must address the source and origin of their emotional issues. Finding help through a professional who understands this illness is vital to those who are suffering from this difficult eating disorder.

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Jessica Masbaum

LCSW, Therapist

Jessica Masbaum understands the need and desire to better oneself during a time of hardship and struggle. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Jessica has worked in a variety of settings specifically focusing her practice on those who have suffered from trauma and it’s consequent effect on mood, behaviors and addictions. When it comes to eating disorders, Ms. Masbaum strives to develop a relationship with her clients that is a trusting partnership but also is empowering to the individual. Jessica’s integrative approach includes Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Family Systems, Internal Family Systems, and Psychodynamic Trauma Processing.

Abby Levin

LCSW, Therapist

Abby Levin’s approach with each individual client is unique and specifically designed based on goals and preferences. She guides her patients through their our own paths in a warm and supportive manner that allows for people to feel comfortable, safe and secure enough to open up and make progress in their own time. Abby uses a collaborative approach based on holistic and evidence based practices. Targeting specific needs, Ms. Levin makes sure that each patient achieves what is important to their own personal journey but understanding and supporting their emotions and finding healthier ways to control and change their behaviors.  

Tara Javidan

LCPC, CADC, Director Of Professional Outreach

Tara Javidan has spent much of her career as a therapist in a variety of hospital and inpatient and outpatient facilities specializing in emotional disorders. She welcomes her patients into a warm, supportive and inviting space where they feel protected and understood enough to be vulnerable and open. It is in this manner that people are able to meet their goals and adjust lifestyle choices. Tara’s approach is primarily based on behavioral therapy which is a proven means of treatment for those suffering from emotional and behavioral issues, such as eating disorders and addiction.