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Alissa Rubinfeld, PsyD, Psychologist

I Want To Change….I Think!? A Brief Exploration of Ambivalence

Ambivalence can make us feel torn between opposing thoughts or feelings. In the context of therapy, this is SO normal, but the experience can be preoccupying and exhausting!
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Relationships and Eating Disorders: A Group Therapy

Does your eating disorder get in the way of your relationships? This 6-week online group psychotherapy for adults hosted by Dr. Alissa Rubinfeld will help you explore and learn to better manage relationship issues related to the challenges of your eating disorder.
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If Your Relationship with Food Wasn’t Complicated Enough…

We know that eating disorders grow out of different factors – biological, emotional, social, and cultural – and the effects of the pandemic, like increased uncertainty or isolation, might increase vulnerability. So it's all the more important to name and validate what is new and scary, while finding adaptive ways to cope.
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