I am seeing clients in-person in my Mill Valley Office and virtually. Please call 415-737-9981 or email me at Corinne@CorinneDobbas.com to schedule a no-cost discovery meeting to see if it’s a possible fit to work together. You can learn more about my offerings below.
1:1 Eating Disorder Nutrition Therapy
Recovery takes a village, but not just any village. A village of people who you trust and in my opinion, who you genuinely like. I’d be honored to be one of those people, as you make peace with food and your body, and as you heal. In eating disorder nutrition therapy, I work with individuals who are in recovery from an eating disorder, their caregivers (if an adolescent), and other members of their treatment team. Together we embark upon the journey to full recovery and a nourished healthy relationship with food, mind, and body.
1:1 Nutrition & Body Image Counseling
Personal counseling is the most intimate and individualized way to begin making peace with food and your body. If you’re ready to nurture a healthy relationship with food and build a caring relationship with your body, I can help – no dieting, willpower, or food rules required.
Home-Based Eating Disorder Recovery Services
In recovery, it’s usually not enough to just talk about food. You need to learn how to create more positive experiences with food. In recovery, it’s normal to need support with eating and preparing food in your own home. Not to mention grocery shopping, dining out, and putting together a simple meal. And if you’re in the process of FBT, it’s very normal for the family to need support making it through a meal with a little more ease and calmness. This is where I can help with in-home eating disorder recovery services.
Older Teen & Young Adult Eating Disorder Recovery Support Group
A supportive space for older teens and young adults to come together in recovery. Group is for ages 16-20 and is held live and online via secure, HIPAA-Compliant video. Clients will have space to learn, process, and gain tools, approaches and techniques that they can use in their daily life to help nurture the kind of relationship they actually want to have with food and their body.