Who We Are
Northside Consulting helps individuals diagnosed with an eating disorder, and their families, navigate the vast world of treatment options. We can help you find the right direction.
Identifying the presence of an eating disorder and finding the right treatment option for you or your loved one can be an overwhelming and daunting task. And, where do you even start? There are hundreds of eating disorder treatment centers in the United States alone and countless options for outpatient treatment on a local level. Finding the program that is the right fit for you is essential to the recovery and healing process. This means finding the best possible option is even that much more crucial for you or your loved one’s health.
With over a decade of experience specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, we have the expertise necessary to assess the treatment needs of you or your loved one. We can help identify what resources you have available, as well as what level of support could be most helpful. Additionally, we take great care to maintain relationships with treatment providers all over the United States so that we have real, first-hand knowledge of the best treatment options available for the recovery process to begin.
Kate Fisch, LCSW
Kate has 15 years of experience as an eating disorders treatment specialist. In addition to years of clinical work, Kate also has experience as the Admissions Director of a large residential treatment center. Kate uses both of these experiences to help guide you towards the treatment option that is the best fit for you and your family. After working with hundreds of individuals over the years, Kate believes that with the right treatment, recovery focused change is possible.
Stephanie Mowery, LCSW
Stephanie has 10 years of experience in residential treatment centers and private practice. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Stephanie’s direct personal style helps to cut out the noise and narrow in on the best solution for you and your family. She has a passion for helping individuals and families develop a healthier relationship with food, their bodies, and one another. She lives in Indianapolis with her husband and enjoys working on her mini-urban homestead gardening, raising chickens, and playing with her dogs.