WORK WITH A THERAPIST INSTEAD OF A DIETICIAN
Kendra received her Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology from Azusa Pacific University and is in private practice in West Los Angeles, California. Before beginning her clinical training, she worked with children and families for over ten years where she gained insight into the dynamics and functionality of families.
Empower a person found caught in a daily struggle with food and body image.
We know how difficult it can be to imagine your life without these destructive behaviors.
What does an extreme diet look like? It might involve long periods of fasting or severe calorie restriction. Or it could be an obsession with eating certain foods. If someone is so concerned with a healthy diet they would rather go hungry than eat “bad” food, they may have an eating issue. Extreme dieting can seriously harm physical and mental health. If someone does not eat enough food, they could have digestive problems, dehydration, and decreased metabolism. Malnutrition could also lead to stress and concentration problems.