A therapist for the past twelve years, during which time she has treatedpatients individually and in groups, Eve is also a consultant for The CaronFoundation, where she is a facilitator in their week-long compulsive eatingtreatment program.
A frequently sought after expert in the field of food addictions, Eve hasappeared on television with Barbara Walters, as well as on radio and local cableshows. She participated in the Choice Opens Our Lives (C.O.O.L.) Projectvisiting schools to do workshops with students on the topic of eating disorders.
An award-winning advertising copywriter in New York City prior to pursuingher current work in clinical psychology, Eve is the co-author of The HealthFamily Cookbook. She pursued additional training in the field ofnutrition, and studied cooking for health at the Kushi Institute in Brookline,Massachusetts.
Eve Eliot received both her undergraduate degree in psychology and hergraduate training in psychology and social work at Queens College, CityUniversity of New York; Adelphi and Stonybrook Universiters. She worked asa research associate in the department of psychology at the MassachusettsInstitute of Technology.
She has certificates of completion in both addiction counseling andeating-disorder counseling programs, and has been trained to use experientialtechniques, including psycho-drama, to treat trauma survivors. Inaddition, Eve is the cocreator of The Eliot-Caplan Method, a new way of treatingfood addiction, and cofounder of the Menu for Living Weekend Workshops.
Please visit her website at www.menuforliving.com.