Individual and Family Counseling
Our team provides individualized counseling based on your specific needs.

The psychotherapy process aims to support in the development, exploration, and restoration of the authentic, core Self. There are numerous approaches that can be used to address the problems you are experiencing and our associates draw on a diverse study of theories and treatment models in helping you meet your goals. Our treatment focus, however, is always attuned to you, rather than wedded to a particular model. Accordingly, each person, family, and couple is treated with respect for their unique needs, values, goals, challenges, and inherent strengths.

Psychotherapy (or “counseling”) differs somewhat from standard medical treatment in that psychotherapy often requires a more active effort on your part. In order to be most successful in treatment, you will need to work on change, both in the therapy sessions and outside.

To learn more about our associates’ individual training and areas of practice, click here.

Groups and Workshops
We offer periodic groups and workshops. Email us for more information or to sign up for a group or workshop.
Meal Support Group

Meal Support Groups are held on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 12:30PM-1:30PM in our Raleigh Office.  They are for individuals in eating disorder recovery of any age.  Group members bring their own lunch, though we will supply utensils and a microwave, as needed.  The cost for the group is one monthly fee of $150 and individuals are welcome to attend as often as possible.  For more information and to sign up for the group, contact Hannah.

The Path of Peaceful Eating

This is an intensive workshop for chronic dieters who wish to transform their relationship with food, body, and the eating experience. Participants in Peaceful Eating workshops will develop valuable insight into the role food and weight has served in their lives, learn the concepts and tools of a non-diet, non-restrictive approach to eating, begin a focused practice of mindfulness that will facilitate intuitive eating and lasting peace with food, and embark on a new model of caring for self.

Professional Supervision

Clare A. Stadlen is Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS), and an IAEDP-approved CEDS supervisor. She has over two decades of professional experience as a psychotherapist and practitioner in the field of eating disorders.

Clare enjoys working with new Master’s level social workers seeking licensure and with licensed clinicians seeking training and certification as eating disorder specialists.

Clare also has expertise in the treatment of Dissociative Disorders and enjoys consulting with providers seeking guidance on these cases.

If you are interested in professional supervision with Clare, contact her for more information.

Leah Berry is Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a Licensed Chemical Addiction Specialist (LCAS), and a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS). She has extensive experience as a psychotherapist and practitioner in the field of eating disorders and substance abuse.

Leah enjoys working with new Master’s level counselors seeking licensure and with licensed clinicians seeking training in eating disorders and substance abuse treatment.

Leah is also certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TFCBT) and enjoys training other providers in trauma treatment.

If you are interested in professional supervision with Leah, contact her for more information.