Are you exhausted by the time and energy you spend thinking about food & your weight? 

If you are struggling with your eating or have an eating disorder, know that recovery is possible. Diets are often considered the solution to gaining control, but ultimately leave you feeling overwhelmed and stressed. 

Now is the time to try something different. No matter how long you’ve suffered, you can free yourself from the negative, controlling, and critical thoughts that consume you each and every day.  

We have successfully guided over 100 clients in taking the steps necessary to create long-lasting recovery. We look forward to supporting you in healing and transforming the way you think about your food, body, and yourself.   

Getting started

We understand that choosing a therapist can be challenging; we want to simplify this process.

Step 1: Complimentary intake call. You’ll be able to share why you’re reaching out and our intake coordinator will answer any questions you have regarding our services and clinicians. If it feels like a good fit, we will schedule you with a clinician for your initial session (virtual or in person), typically within 1-2 weeks. Following the call, you will receive intake documents electronically via our secure online client portal.

Step 2: First session. When you meet with your clinician, you will go more in-depth regarding your goals and history. Your clinician will recommend a treatment plan with recommendations for frequency and length of treatment as well as the tools they will use to support you in reaching your goals. This may include adding support such as nutrition counseling, group therapy, or other holistic modalities.

Our mission

A significant part of Evolve’s mission is to ease the process of finding excellent therapeutic support and eating disorder recovery services. In order to make sure we are meeting the needs and expectations of our clients, we periodically send an anonymous feedback questionnaire assessing their experience. We are consistently ranked in the 90-100th percentile. You can see the results of this questionnaire here.

Fees & insurance

Evolve Wellness fees are comparable to other therapists in the Bay Area with similar specialties and levels of training. Accepted forms of payment include check, cash, credit card, HSA, FSA, Venmo, or PayPal.

All Evolve clinicians are out-of-network providers and will be happy to provide you with a statement for your insurance provider for possible reimbursement. We understand that the cost of therapy is an investment. The ability to use insurance benefits for therapy is undoubtedly helpful in relieving some of the expense of treatment. Yet, there are significant benefits to self-pay.

When using insurance, the number of sessions is often limited and may necessitate reports of your progress. In contrast, when choosing to self-pay, everything is kept confidential. If your insurance offers out-of-network benefits, we will provide a receipt documenting the date of sessions and payment received. Absolutely no confidential information will be shared unless requested by you.

If you are unsure of your mental health benefits, we recommend calling the customer support number on your insurance card and asking the following questions:

  • Does my plan cover out-of-network providers?
  • Do I have a deductible? If so, how much of my deductible have I met thus far?
  • Will the full session fee be covered or a percentage?
  • What information do I need from my provider?
  • Where do I send my claims and/or statements from my provider?



Diversity & inclusivity

Each Evolve clinician believes in providing care to all people regardless of their age, weight, culture, disabilities, ethnic origin, gender, gender identity, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic status. 


Giving back & prevention efforts

At Evolve, we strongly believe in not only the importance of excellent treatment but the need for more prevention education regarding eating disorders. When you work with an Evolve clinician, a portion of your fee goes to the Eating Disorders Resource Center (EDRC), a non-profit organization that links resources, information, and support for eating disorders in Silicon Valley as well as The Loveland Foundation, an organization committed to showing up for communities of color in unique and powerful ways, with a particular focus on Black women and girls.


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