Molly Dyer, LCPC, provides Telehealth for eating disorders and disordered eating using the following modalities:
FAMILY BASED THERAPY (FBT)
Family Based Therapy’s (FBT) strength is family participation in therapy, which allows healing toward the client’s recovery, including individual work and holistic developmental goals. FBT is evidenced based and currently the first line treatment for adolescents who are diagnosed with Anorexia Nervosa or OSFED (Atypical Anorexia Nervosa).
ENHANCED COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT-E)
“Enhanced” cognitive behavioral therapy for eating disorders, or CBT-E, is empirically supported treatment for adults, in which the focus of treatment is primarily surrounding the mechanisms that maintain the disorder in present time, opposed to what started the disorder. This involves exploring the desire for control, negative self-judgments and critical self-evaluations, social isolation, minimizing other areas of their life.
DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY (DBT)
Join me and learn to surf the waves! As a DBT therapist, I believe in the usefulness of the skills the Dialectical Behavior Therapy model practices. DBT skills offer clients who struggle with Bulimia Nervosa or Binge Eating Disorder effective tools to help identify, change, and tolerate emotions. In practicing Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, and Distress Tolerance, clients have skills to tolerate the urges that lead to binges or purging.
Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT)
Developed within the principals and philosophy of DBT, RO-DBT expands standard DBT to include disorders that stem from issues of overcontrol, such as: Anorexia Nervosa, OSFED, Anxiety, and OCD. Let’s find new ways to understand your need for control, while we explore: increasing flexibility, openness, vulnerability through emotion, and enhance your skills that lead to greater experience of social connectedness.