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Meet Lori Ann
Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach
What I Do As A Coach
Most Common Eating Disorders
Because your eating disorder doesn't only come around during your session, I won't either.
Having a Coach means I can offer support outside the office. I am available via text and email in between sessions. One of the unique benefits of having a coach is, I can also go shopping, attend events and support you through challenging situations such as eating at a restaurant or going grocery or clothing shopping.
I am different from a therapist and dietitian but work together alongside both to offer you the best support system possible.
Your therapist works with the "why", helping you to work through underlying issues that may have contributed to your eating disorder. Your dietitian is able to set up meal plans, and counsel you on your nutritional needs.
As your Coach, I am the "how", focusing on the present, identifying specific goals for your recovery and developing strategies to help you reach those goals. I will help you to identify your strengths, understanding and affirming your strengths is one of the healthiest things you can do in your recovery!
One key benefit of having a Coach, is I am available for support outside the office and in between sessions via text, and email, so you are able to access support in-the-moment of a challenging situation or urge.
Having a Coach provides accountability and hands-on support, I can help you set up challenges or supportive outings such as meeting you for lunch, or going shopping for clothing, or groceries. I love providing hands-on support to my clients!
Lori Ann is a very compassionate, kind heart. She takes her work seriously and develops a rapport with her clients easily! Her energy alone can get you better! - Emilia Banse, RN, MSN, EmHSA, PMHNP-BC
I am not a therapist, dietitian, or licensed mental health professional, I do not take the place of such, thus I cannot provide treatment or give professional advice.