Experience integrative treatment that guides your healing journey.


Dr. Heintzelman will help you regain mind and body wellness.

Can Counseling Help Me?

What leads us to need counseling? It can be wear-and-tear of constant stress, trauma, an eating disorder, mood issues, loss, relationship troubles, or any combination of factors. Any of these problems are often debilitating. Maybe you aren’t even sure what is causing your distress. Any concern that gets in the way of taking great care of your own health is the perfect subject with which to begin counseling. Dr. Heintzelman believes that good health comes from a balance between our mind, body and environment. You and Dr. Heintzelman will work together to help improve any issue that keeps you from feeling your best.

Integrative Medicine

is an approach to treatment that puts YOU at the center and addresses your emotional, physical, mental, social, and environmental influences that affect your health. Dr. Heintzelman will employ the most appropriate empirically validated treatments based on your needs. A personalized strategy will be implemented that will take into account your unique presenting concerns and circumstances. You and Dr. Heintzelman will work closely with specialists from other scientific disciplines (e.g., nutritional therapists, primary care physicians, psychiatrists, grief specialists, etc.) to form a multidisciplinary team that will collaboratively help you regain and maintain optimal health.


Dr. Heintzelman provides Individual, Couples and Family Counseling
for the following presenting concerns:

  • Binge Eating Disorder
  • Compulsive Overeating
  • Anorexia Nervosa
  • Bulimia Nervosa
  • Disordered Eating
  • Self-Esteem Issues
  • Body Image Issues
  • Depressive Disorders
  • Bi-Polar Disorders
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • General Life Adjustment Issues
  • Stress Management
  • Relationship/Marital Problems
  • Trauma Related Issues
  • Family-Relational Issues
  • LGBTQ Issues
  • Parenting Issues
  • Identity Development
  • Career Development

Grief Recovery

Many of the presenting concerns listed above also related to feelings of grief. Grief is defined as any conflicting group of emotions caused by an end to or change in a familiar pattern of behavior.* This means that essentially anything that has affected you negatively is a grieving experience. The goal of the grief recovery process is to help find wholeness and wellness after addressing the pain and anguish that accompanies any grief or loss.*


Dr. Heintzelman frequently teams with Casey McCoy, Grief Recovery Method Specialist. Casey will work with you to acquire skills through a sequential process in order to complete your relationship to the heartache caused by any emotional loss (e.g., loss due to death, divorce, unrealized dreams, career loss, loss of trust, chronic illness, etc). Please contact Casey (contact info listed above) with questions or to schedule.

*James, J.W., & Friedman, R. (1998). The Grief Recovery Handbook. New York: Harper Perennial.

Coming Soon

Stay tuned for information about Dr. Heintzelman’s practice expansion including in-house partnering with trauma specialists and counseling interns who work under Dr. Heintzelman’s supervision. Interns provide high-quality counseling services at discounted or sliding scale rates.

Contact Dr. Heintzelman now to answer your questions or set an appointment.

Explore Dr. Heintzelman's Book

FREE TO BE: The Non-Diet Path to Peace with Food and Body

An invaluable resource for ending dieting so you're FREE TO BE your best self. This powerful workbook was written to address the challenging relationship so many people have with food and body. What sets FREE TO BE apart is that it's in a category of its own--bridging the gap between professional psychological therapy and conventional medicine.

Discover how to shift your mindset in order to feel more comfortable around food and in your own skin! Regardless of where you are on your journey to wellness, this book will help you learn to trust your body to regulate itself and ditch diets for good.