Jodi has been in private practice for nearly 20 years, focusing on the needs of her patients through a multidimensional lens and with an eclectic person-centered approach. In addition, she extends her concentration on eating disorders and fertility well beyond her private practice by sharing her expertise through far reaching and varied networks. These associations include directing an eating disorder treatment program, creating and teaching the clinical eating disorder curriculum for the graduate school of social work at New York University and contributing on the clinical advisory board of Seleni Institute since its inception.
Jodi’s extensive expertise, comprehensive experiences and dedication to the world of eating disorders and exercise make her a nationally sought after authority in the field. To see Jodi in the news, click here.
Above all else, Jodi's focus is to help individuals heal from the inside out and better their relationships with themselves and others. Jodi provides a safe space where she can listen to your concerns, and customize her work to your needs and that of each individual patient.
Many individuals struggle with their relationship with food and/or exercise. In some ways societal influences have contributed in turning these struggles into a rite of passage for some. It is possible to heal this complex and painful struggle with the appropriate individualized treatment. Jodi works with a team of professionals, when appropriate, to address all facets of this multidimensional and complex issue.
Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we can experience in our lives. Through treatment, Jodi is able to help individuals find the tools and balance in order to manage these and other challenging emotions.
Fertility issues have increased over the years and have continued to be, at times, extraordinarily complex and exhausting. Emotional support, in addition to exploring and making decisions about options, IUI, IVF, sperm and ovum donors and single parenthood, can be critical and enormously comforting. Jodi’s experience enables her to help with each step of the process.