Leigh Brosof

M.S. 

Leigh Brosof

Leigh Brosof

Doctoral Student Therapist

Leigh Brosof, M.S. is a doctoral student therapist at the Louisville Center for Eating Disorders. 

Leigh Brosof, M.S. is a doctoral student therapist at the Louisville Center for Eating Disorders.

She is current pursuing her doctorate degree in clinical psychology at the University of Louisville under the mentorship of Dr. Cheri Levinson. Leigh specializes in treating adults and adolescents with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, ARFID, and other specified feeding and eating disorders. Additionally, Leigh has experience treating individuals with various comorbid conditions, such as anxiety and mood disorders. She is trained in empirically-supported treatments including cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy. Leigh’s research examines transdiagnostic risk factors of eating disorders and comorbid disorders. She is also interested in novel treatments for eating disorders. In her free time, Leigh enjoys spending time outdoors and exploring new things to do around Louisville.  Leigh is supervised by Dr. Mark Schirmer.

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