17 Barclay Street, Building B3, Newtown PA 18940 | 5246 York Road, Buckingham, PA 18902 | (215) 260-7570

17 Barclay Street, Building B3, Newtown PA 18940

5246 York Road, Buckingham, PA 18902
(215) 260-7570

Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD

Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD

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Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, specializing in eating disorders and trauma, brings 30 years of direct clinical experience to her role of Clinical Director of Bucks Support Services.
Dr. Dalzell has a busy private practice specializing in eating disorders, trauma and working with the LGBTQ community. Particular areas of interest include mid-life eating disorders, the intersection of trauma in eating disorders and addictive behaviors, and gender/gender identity as it relates to body image. Dr. Dalzell works from an insight-oriented lens. She is also certified in eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, which has applications to trauma, eating disorders/body image, addiction and mood disorders.

Dr. Dalzell is prolific author covering subjects such as eating disorders, addiction, gender identity, mindfulness, racial justice and spirituality. She has spoken nationally and internationally on these topics. Dr. Dalzell is a featured contributor on She Owns It, and has had articles published on sites including Tiny Buddha, The Good Men Project, and Elephant Journal. She has been quoted in Forbes, My Fitness Pal Blog, Fatherly, Yahoo Style and A Sweat Life. Dr. Dalzell is a teacher on Insight Timer and has appeared on MLN network’s Minding Men. She has been a guest on podcasts including Peace Meal, The Bubble Hour and The Body Image Podcast. She is the co-author of A Clinician’s Guide to Gender Identity and Body Image.

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Getting to Know Dr. Dalzell

While I love being a psychologist and a woman in eating disorder recovery, I share my passion for working with eating disorders with a number of other pursuits. I love to travel, and have spent time in India, Japan, Iceland, Denmark and Portugal (to name a few). I am often accompanied on these trips by my amazing writer husband or my daughter, who is a queer-identified young adult. I love to replicate the foods I try in my travels and have had recipes published in Bon Appetit and was a runner up in the Mama Mary Pizza contest, snagging a pro cappuccino maker.

I enjoy spending time with my queer-allied family and my two cats: his highness Astor and prima donna Chloe.. They have some competition in the form of another 114 cats I spoil in my role as a volunteer at Tabby’s Place, a no kill shelter. Other favorite past times include reading, and learning about all things spiritual. Whether it’s discovering new crystals, practicing meditation or even goat yoga, I’m up for trying new paths to self-discovery.