Lisa Silk ​​& Associates

Substance Abuse Counselor, Addiction Therapist


Compassionate Counseling for Addiction, Depression,

Anxiety, and Eating Disorders 

119 Coulter Avenue, Suite #214

Ardmore, Pennsylvania 19003

(610) 649-3331

lisa@lisasilk.net

Lisa Silk is a Licensed Addiction Therapist and Substance Abuse Counselor specializing in Addiction and Eating Disorders in Ardmore, the Main Line and Philadelphia

Alcoholics never have to drink again, those with ED's have to eat every day no matter what is happening in their life or how they are feeling about themselves and their body. This makes recovery even more challenging, but there is hope. 

I had the privilege of being a Family Therapist at the Center for Eating Disorders at Sheppard Pratt in Baltimore, Maryland. My experience there has given me great compassion for Eating Disorders and a thorough understanding of how to successfully treat them. I work collaboratively with dieticians to ensure nutritional accountability and success. If you have found this page you still have hope. 

You are welcome to call or email me, whichever is an easier contact for you.

Lisa is a Licensed Addiction Therapist  in Ardmore, Serving the Greater Philadelphia Area and Main Line including: Philadelphia, Old City, Fairmount, Northern Liberties, Society Hill, Queen Village, Bella Vista, Rittenhouse Square, Fitler Square, University City, Washington Square, Chestnut Hill, Mount Airy, Montgomery County, Chester County, Bucks County, Bala Cynwyd, Elkins Park, Jenkintown, Wynnewood, Gladwyne, Bryn Mawr, Narberth, Haverford, Rosemont, Havertown, Villanova, Wayne, Malvern, Media, Swarthmore, Southern New Jersey, Camden County, Collingswood, Haddonfield, Cherry Hill, Haddon Township. Radnor, Manayunk, East Falls and Conshohocken 

Peace within ones body and mind is something many people take for granted. Those suffering from Eating Disorders have a preoccupation followed by a compulsion to act in a way that is harmful to their body. This is a torturous way to live, a personal hell and once out of control- no longer is a choice. People often see Eating Disorders as "just wanting to be thin," this is a complete misconception. 

In my work with clients I compassionately help them to let go of their unhealthy behaviors while developing individualized coping skills. I often involve loved ones in a relapse prevention plan so their support is aware of secretive behaviors which perpetuate the ED cycle. Some of my clients see me a couple times a week for a personalized intensive treatment following inpatient, then we slowly decrease as a means of easing the transition. While others in a maintenance stage of recovery see me once a week or biweekly.