Stephanie Waitt

Stephanie Waitt – Texoma Specialty Counseling 

Stephanie Waitt, Eating Disorder therapist, Body Image, Self-Esteem, and Recovery Coach

Dr. Steph loves Texoma and is very involved in the community. She is often out and about with her, and even her friends’  or strangers’, dogs, and with her husband enjoying all the activities and adventures our wonderful and small community has to offer. Stephanie grew up here Texoma and is proud of our quiet and unique way of life.



She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a PhD in Health Psychology and over 10 years experience working with women, men, and adolescents who struggle with eating disorders, trauma, self-esteem, depression, and anxiety.

She has helped hundreds of people overcome eating disorders, trauma, and adversity to find happiness, healing, and confidence. She journeys with the people she coaches and counsels to replace self-harming behaviors, overcome disordered eating, improve self-esteem, and find self-worth.

In addition to her formal education, her personal experiences help her relate on a level of ‘knowing’ what clients are experiencing. She will tell you she spent several years consumed with eating and body image as a fitness professional.

Stephanie was a member of the team that developed the eating disorder program at Timberline Knolls. Her experience includes working with people dealing with eating disorders in inpatient, residential, and outpatient settings.

Her approach is non-diet, intuitive eating, and Health At Every Size. She is pursuing an Eating Disorder Specialist Certification through the International Association of Eating Disorders Professional Foundation (IAEDP) and a member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, view her profile here.

Resources

Change Your Life Without Changing Your Body.

In addition to individual and group counseling services offered at Texoma Specialty Counseling, Dr. Steph has created resources and programs to help you get started on your recovery journey. Asking for help is really hard but these resources and programs make asking help as easy as

  • a click of a button.
  • INSTANTLY grab all the tools you need to
    • start enjoying Netflix, instead of feeling distracted by all the thoughts in your head tonight,
    • enjoy dinner with a friend instead of worrying about the food you are going to eat,
    • or sleep well tonight because you have the process to stop the racing, upsetting, and overwhelming mean thoughts in your head.
  • accessing affordable, and quality recovery support, tools and information in the comfort of your PJs and couch.

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