Marcella Raimondo, PhD, MPH…

Welcome to my practice. I am passionate and committed to work with all folks with eating disorders.

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Therapy

Your relationship with food and your body are your most primal relationships. Having freedom, harmony and joy with food and your body is possible.Let us embark on this journey together.

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Conferences & Training

My trainings and workshops are designed to bring participants’ experiences and viewpoints into collaboration to augment research, diagnosis and treatment for marginalized populations with eating disorders and body image issues.

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News and Discussions

Because topics of eating disorders and body image are so sensitive and even more so when we bring in diversity, it is critical to create a safe and respectful place for everybody to voice their thoughts.

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Marcella Ramundo
Marcella Raimondo

Welcome to my practice. I am passionate and committed to work with all folks with eating disorders.  I have been involved in the eating disorders field for the past 20 years from advocacy, education, nonprofit organization, and clinical psychology. My education, training and life experiences has inspired a dedication to body nurturance and celebration for all.

Access to Compassionate and Respectful Treatment for All  

Our relationship with ourselves begins with our bodies and thus with how we eat. For many reasons, we can become overwhelmed with our daily body experience. For many of us, our bodies are targeted which can ultimately lead to us not owning our own bodies. These experiences can lead us feeling confused, frightened, hopeless, angry, just to name a few emotions. An eating disorder is a disconnection from yourself and a disconnection from others. An eating disorder serves a function when your daily experience and your surrounding world can feel so dysfunctional.

My approach to helping you combat your eating disorder is to find the meaning and purpose of your eating disorder while working with you to challenge your eating disorder behaviors. I believe in helping you find meaning and purpose in your daily experiences that translates to coming home in your bodies and having a meaningful relationship with food. I take a health at every size approach (HAES) because I truly believe our communities can only thrive when we embrace the complexity and beauty of all bodies.

In addition to eating disorders and body image issues, I also treat:

Body Image and Body Shame issues, Eating Problems, Frequent Dieting, Food Phobias, Relationships (including dating and intimacy), Cultural Identity Concerns (including immigration and acculturation), Trauma, Self-esteem (including communication skills), Grief and Loss, Depression, Generalized Anxiety, Social Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, Phobias, Obsessions & Compulsions, Career and Financial Changes, Stress (including work stress) , Interpersonal and Family difficulties, Geographic Transitions.

I believe in helping you find meaning, purpose and joy in your life and helping you move towards a life that aligns with your values.