I am a clinical psychologist and Certified Eating Disorder Specialist in South Bend who is passionate about the prevention and treatment of eating disorders. I have a wide range of experiences that allow me to provide expert care within that field. I offer individual and group therapy for people ages 14 and older who struggle with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, emotional overeating, and other concerns related to food and eating. Clients working with me can expect to address their eating disordered behaviors as well as the concerns underlying the eating disorder.
My approach to treatment is collaborative, supportive, and active. I strive to provide care that is individualized to meet my clients’ unique goals and needs. I take a holistic approach because I understand that eating disorders are about more than food. Together, my clients and I create a treatment team to manage the medical and nutritional needs which often accompany eating disorders. I also collaborate with my clients to identify and address the underlying concerns of the eating disorder in order to prevent relapse and achieve lasting recovery.
See Dr. Mannia’s article on the 7 Habits of People with Healthy Relationships with Food in Eat Smart. Be Well. magazine:
Dr. Mannia was excited to have another opportunity to guest write for Project Heal! Here's here article on When Strong Will Isn't Enough:
Check out the most recent Eat Smart. Be Well. magazine where Dr. Mannia wrote an article about healthy body image:
Dr. Mannia was recently featured on WSBT discussing the prevention and treatment of eating disorders during Eating Disorder Awareness Week! See the video and read the news story here:
The Bethel College newspaper interviewed Dr. Mannia on eating disorder treatment and prevention in out community:
Dr. Mannia wrote an article called You Aren't What You Eat for Eat Smart. Be Well. Magazine. Check it out:
Project Heal recently featured Dr. Mannia as a guest blogger! See her article, What Your Therapist Wants You To Know, here:
Dr. Mannia recently appeared on WNDU news discussing eating disorder awareness! View the story and read the article: