Olivia Delahunty, LPC

SUPERVISED THERAPIST

  • Available for In-Person Sessions and Telehealth

  • Ages I Treat: Teens (12-17), Young Adults (18-22), Adults (23-45)

  • Eating Disorder Specialties:
    AN, BN, BED, OSFED
    Atypical Anorexia
    Body Image
  • Other Specialties: Perfectionism, Self Esteem, Anxiety, Chronic Illness, LGBTQ+ Affirmative Care, and Women’s Issues
  • Approaches: FBT, CBT-E, CBT

Get in Touch with Olivia

Get to Know Olivia (she/her)

I provide inclusive and affirming care to adolescents and adults, addressing concerns related to food, body image, anxiety, depression, perfectionism, self-compassion, and self-worth. My holistic approach encompasses evidence-based interventions tailored to each individual’s needs. Central to my practice is the belief in fostering genuine, realistic connections with clients to facilitate their journeys toward healing and self-discovery. I believe in empowering caregivers and families to be a part of the treatment of eating disorders and welcome diverse clients; I embrace individuals of all body sizes, abilities, races, sexualities, genders, and religions.

At Eating and Behavioral Health Associates, I practice and specialize in the evidence-based approaches Family-Based Treatment (FBT) and Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) and am dedicated to advancing my proficiency for the treatment of eating disorders. I work with adolescents and adults, guiding them to comprehend the interplay between their thoughts, emotions, and actions while actively addressing symptomatology and fostering the acquisition of skills for sustained recovery. I strongly advocate for the involvement of the entire family system as an invaluable asset in the treatment and healing of individuals with eating disorders.
I am a licensed professional counselor (LPC) practicing in Ohio under the supervision of Lyndsey Pruett, LPCC-S, and Chelsea Tobias, LISW-S. My academic journey began at Otterbein University, where I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Communications and Psychology in 2014. Following my undergraduate studies, I immersed myself in community-based non-profit work before pursuing further education at the University of Dayton. There, I earned a Master of Science in Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, honing my skills and passion for helping others navigate their mental health and overall wellness.
Throughout graduate school, I gained clinical experience engaging with adults, adolescents, and families impacted by eating disorders within the Adult PHP and Adolescent Residential settings at The Emily Program. This experience instilled my passion for working with adolescents and gave me a deep sense of fulfillment and gratitude in my daily work. As a licensed professional counselor, I have expanded my therapeutic repertoire to include Family-Based Treatment (FBT), Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), enabling me to cater to the diverse needs of my clients. As a therapist committed to growth and effectiveness, I prioritize ongoing professional development through participation in consult groups and specialized trainings, striving to enhance my skills and efficacy in serving my clients’ therapeutic needs.