Eating Disorder Collaborative counselors are specialists in treating disorders.  They work collaboratively with other professionals in the mental health and eating disorder field to provide specialized and individualized treatment for you and your family.


Ariel Whitlock, LMFT, CEDS, NCC (Lic 85882)  Helping people heal and recover from eating disorders and trauma have been the driving passion for Ariel.  She holds a masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Nevada Reno.  She purposely did her internships at higher levels of care to educate herself on how to navigate these systems so she could be a resource to her clients, their families and other providers.

Ariel continues to educate herself in the field of eating disorders by attending conferences, workshops and trainings.  She believes that community and recovery go hand in hand.  She has developed several groups including Body Image, Meal Exposure, Skills Focused and Experiential.  Ariel is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist and a member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.  Whether you are in the throws of an eating disorder, have a confused friend, or are a professional looking for consultation, Ariel hopes to be a resource for you.


Terryann Sanders, LMFT, CEDS (Lic 41760)  Terryann is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist and an iaedp Approved Supervisor.  She graduated in 2001 from San Jose State University with a Masters degree in counseling psychology and began her private practice in 2003. She enjoys attending national conferences and local community events, and speaking on topics related to eating disorders and body image disturbance.  She is a Past-President of the Santa Clara Valley Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and a current member of the Sacramento Valley Chapter, the Academy of Eating Disorders, the National Eating Disorder Association, and the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. 

Terryann’s approach to psychotherapy is non-judgmental and strength based.  She believes recovery is a personal path to discovery that includes getting in touch with your body in positive ways, and redefining your relationship with self and others.  She feels passionate about working with people to find their best selves, increase their personal power and discover their passion for life and living!


Traci Haynes, RD, CEDRD (Lic 819035)  Traci has been a Registered Dietitian for 25 years with a speciality in the treatment of eating disorder for the past 10 years.  Her personal experiences as well as professional education and passion for working with clients struggling with disordered eating inspired her to specialize in the field.  She is dedicated to staying abreast of current research, trainings and education in eating disorders.  Traci is honored to be one of a few RDs in the Sacramento/Northern California area who have earned the Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian Certification.  In addition to her work with clients, she is the founder and owner of the R.I.S.E. Strong Program (Respect, Image, Self-Love, Education and Empowerment).  R.I.S.E. is an education and awareness program designed for adolescent girls that promotes body respect, acceptance and appreciation, positve self-talk, joyful body movement and compassionate peer outreach.

Traci believes in a seamless, collaborative, team approach.  She works to provide insight and perspective through education that supports challenging food beliefs, patterns and behaviors.  She values her role in providing ongoing nutrition support and guidance to her clients and their families.  Traci hopes her clients will be empowered to embrace and develop a healthy, lieflong relationship with food, body and self.  As a nutrition therapist, she is honored to be a part of her clients journey to recovery.


Eve Snyder, PsyD (PSY29210) is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist specializing in the treatment of eating disorders.  Her first book will be published in 2020, It Was Never About the Food, which she co-authored with Tony Paulson and Mark Gibson.  Eve has been trained in Family Based Treatment, an evidence based treatment, which has been foundational in her approach to working with eating disorder patients and their families.  She earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology at the Univerity of California, Davis and her masters and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology at the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, Sacramento.  Her post-doctoral training occured at Sierra Treatment Center, a Sacramento outpatient eating disorder facility.

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