If you are here because you are interested in treatment, know that you have found hope. You do not have to continue to feel powerless. Dr. Beck-Ellsworth helps clients foster their hope, connect to their motivation, and experience growth and change in their lives. Through her gentle and thoughtful approach, Dr. Beck-Ellsworth guides and educates clients on how to take the power away from their anxiety, depression, eating disorder, traumatic memories or addictions. Clients leave sessions feeling calmer, grounded, and ready to make changes in their lives.
Dr. Danielle Beck-Ellsworth is a licensed marriage and family
therapist (MFC #48529) who specializes in the treatment of eating
disorders, trauma, depression, and anxiety. She works with males,
females, individuals, couples, families, children, adolescents, and
adults. Dr. Beck-Ellsworth views treatment through a systems
perspective and includes mindfulness, acceptance commitment therapy
(ACT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), and EMDR in her practice.
You can read more about Dr. Beck-Ellsworth’s therapeutic approach here.
•Dr. Beck-Ellsworth has started a new eating disorder process group. The group meets Wednesdays, 5:30pm-8:30pm! For more information check out Dine Monte Nido.
•Dr. Beck-Ellsworth's textbook is finally here! Understanding Eating Disorders: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Treatment and Recovery is available through Cognella Publishing website.
•Dr. Beck-Ellsworth is trained in the Feeling-State Addiction
Protocol (FSAP). FSAP is used in conjunction with EMDR and can help
remove the pleasurable feelings someone has from addictive behaviors.
For more information about FSAP visit Dr. Robert Miller’s website. For information about how FSAP can be part of your treatment, contact Dr. Beck-Ellsworth.
• Check out Dr. Beck-Ellsworth's podcast - Savor. The hosts of Savor, Dr. Beck-Ellsworth and Kelly Hinds, RDN, explore topics that are related to health, body image, nutrition, and mindfulness. Myths and misconceptions about dieting, obesity, and thinness are questioned and confronted.