Trisha Gund, LCSW


My Approach

I approach therapy from the stance that emotional well-being is equally as important as physical well-being. I individualize treatment sessions by integrating techniques from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing to best meet each client’s needs.  In therapy sessions, I collaborate with clients to explore patterns and develop an understanding of the interplay between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I believe that this empowers clients to develop insight, create intention, and a have deeper sense of purpose.

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But Why?

A few months ago I wrote about “What if…”, some of the intrusive thoughts that cause us to worry about all sorts of future scenarios. As I thought about how I wanted to wrap up the year, “why’s” came to mind. These…

That’s Actually Not a Compliment

To the general population, a compliment is recognition of something that we view as positive. However, to individuals with eating disorders (EDs) compliments are much more complicated. Unsolicited compliments are a regular topic of conversation in my sessions with individuals with EDs….

Daddy Issues

Now that I have your attention, let’s talk about family of origin. Your family of origin is the unit that raised you, which may or may not be biological. We pick up a lot from our family of origin, whether through direct…

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