Robert Zhou, MS


  • Available for In-Person Sessions and Telehealth

  • Ages I Treat: Young Adults (18-22), Adults (23-64)
  • Eating Disorder Specialties:
    Anorexia Nervosa
    Binge Eating Disorder
    Body Image Concerns
    Bulimia Nervosa

  • Other Specialties: Anxiety, Depression, Stress Management

  • Approaches: CBT, CBT-E

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Get to Know Robert (he/him)

I believe each client brings with them an individual story and history that can aid in shaping their course of treatment along with the therapeutic relationship. My goal in treatment is to work collaboratively with my clients to identify strategies to best help them accomplish their various therapeutic goals. While my clinical training has been applying the cognitive model in the treatment of mental health disorders, I am open to exploring and testing different approaches with my clients. I appreciate the time and effort clients put into seeking and completing treatment and want to ensure their efforts are rewarded. Therefore, I aim to foster a space and relationship that is productive, non-judgmental, and comfortable for all my clients.

I am excited to be joining the team at Eating and Behavioral Health Associates to broaden my clinical training and provide treatment to people who want to improve their relationship with eating. My therapeutic approach follows a cognitive model and I provide various forms of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) including Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders (CBT-E), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP).

I received my bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in biology from the University of
California, Irvine. I am currently pursuing my doctoral degree in clinical psychology from The Ohio State University. My research has focused on depression treatment and predicting
treatment outcomes based on individual characteristics.

The focus of my clinical training has been in the implementation of CBT for mood and anxiety disorders. I have also trained in the assessment of various mental health disorders. I will be
broadening my clinical training and experiences under the supervision of Drs Carolyn Fisher and Sarah Altman.
  • Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)