- Body Image
- Adoption Issues
- Group Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Individual Therapy
- Personality Disorders
Jeanne Weber is an energetic, non-judgmental, and empathetic therapist who specializes in working with adolescents, young adults, and adults who struggle with eating disorders, trauma, and mood disorders. Sometimes underlying trauma, which can be described as any experience that negatively impacts a person, can be the catalyst for the development and progression of eating disorders, depression, and anxiety. As such, it can be helpful to address and heal from these traumas in order to fully recover from other presenting problems. Jeanne has a deep enthusiasm for helping clients struggling to understand and accept themselves. She will work with you to examine and unpack your past experiences as they may affect your current circumstances.
This can help you achieve positive long-term change. Jeanne believes that, by working to address their past, they can uncover more adaptive ways to manage distressing or difficult life situations. She is invested in helping you no matter where you are in your healing process. Jeanne is a dedicated community advocate in spreading awareness about, and the treatment of, eating disorders. She has passionately studied eating disorders, organized and led eating disorder support groups, and has spoken at several schools, colleges, universities, and hospitals.
With 11 years of recovery from an eating disorder, Jeanne believes that full, long-lasting recovery is achievable. She believes you can experience freedom from the barriers that have prevented you from living the life you have always wanted to lead. She operates from a psychodynamic/feminist psychodynamic, person-centered, and attachment-based perspective. Jeanne brings a creative and integrative approach to therapy, along with evidence-based practices and techniques to help you heal.
Jeanne received her undergraduate degree in Pre-clinical psychology from Governors State University and her Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Governors State University. Jeanne first gained experience in treating eating disorders in 2013 and continues to study, treat, and spread awareness about eating disorders. She is also trained in a variety of treatment modalities, such as DBT, CBT, ACT, and FAP, among other things.
Jeanne uses She/Her, They/Their pronouns