If you answered yes to this question, perhaps you are ready to EVOLVE.
At Evolve Psychotherapy, recovery from an eating disorder or disordered relationship with food truly comprises of your personal evolution. By definition, to evolve is to gradually change and shift one’s belief system. This inherently implies that the process will take time and will be based on your readiness. Together, you and I will determine how to move towards the life you want for yourself by rediscovering your personal values, finding meaning in life outside of the eating disorder/disordered relationship with food, and reconnecting with parts of yourself that were lost along the way.
Eating disorders are highly complicated neurobiological conditions. Therefore the initial work will focus on making necessary behavioral changes prior to transitioning to understanding the function of the eating disorder and establishing more effective, life enhancing ways in which to meet your unique needs.
Janelle Lenhoff is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders. Janelle earned her Bachelors of Science from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth Texas, her Masters in Professional Psychology from William James College, and her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from William James College (formerly known as The Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology) in Boston, Massachusetts.
After working in numerous clinical settings including an elementary school, university, inpatient hospital, and outpatient mental health center, Janelle relocated to South Carolina to pursue a position focusing on her passion of treating individuals struggling with eating disorders. She served as Clemson University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) Coordinator of Eating Disorder Services for five years prior to opening her practice. In an effort to better serve and connect with the Greenville community in which she lives, Janelle established “Evolve Psychotherapy.”