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Kian Zlutnick Rank, MA

Psychotherapist (They/He)


Welcome! My clients are often motivated and needing extra support, wanting to unlearn the hustle of capitalism, and interested in developing more softness toward themselves. My areas of special focus include navigating disordered eating, eating disorders, and body image, unlearning perfectionism, exploring gender, sexuality, and queer identity, finding meaning, disability, spirituality, and navigating anxiety. Many of the individuals I work with are newly exploring their relationship with food and their body.

My practice is informed by parts work, attachment theory, and relational therapy. I work from an anti-diet, disability justice, and fat justice lens. I utilize skills and experiential tools in session that are individualized to fit your needs. Before becoming a therapist, I worked in eating disorder advocacy and am passionate about increasing access to care.

I identify as white, invisibly disabled, trans, a cat and horse lover, holding thin privilege, currently middle class and from an upper middle class background, and Jewish. I am committed to continued learning around my identity as it relates to others.

Areas of Expertise

  • Eating Disorders & Disordered Eating
  • Gay Men & Men’s Issues
  • Body Image (Anti-Diet, HAES perspective)
  • Self-esteem
  • Perfectionism
  • Spirituality and Meaning Development
  • Disability


  • Adults
  • Couples
  • Adolescents
  • Groups
  • Jewish Identified