Ashley M. Seruya is a psychotherapist specializing in trauma-informed care, weight-stigma, and eating disorder recovery. Her clinical approach centers the Health at Every Size (H.A.E.S.) paradigm, and encourages exploration of the impact of cultural and individual trauma on our self-perception. Her practice is guided by compassion, validation, and reducing toxic shame. She enjoys working within various clinical frameworks and believes that lived experience and the patient should guide all therapeutic work.
Ashley is a graduate from Fordham University's MSW program and has a BA in Narrative Studies and Creative Writing from the University of Southern California with a minor in Nutrition Studies. She believes strongly in the power of telling our stories, and brings much of her literary background into her clinical work.