Eating Disorder Support

Eating disorders are complex mental illnesses that affect people of all ages, genders, and backgrounds. They often involve unhealthy relationships with food, body image, and weight. While recovery is possible, individuals with eating disorders often need specialized support to navigate the challenges and rebuild their lives.

Our Approach to Eating Disorder Support

We offer a comprehensive range of services tailored to address the unique needs of individuals with eating disorders. Our approach emphasizes:

  • Individualized treatment plans: We collaborate with each person to develop a personalized plan that addresses their specific concerns, goals, and preferences.
  • Holistic care: We recognize that eating disorders impact physical, emotional, and social well-being. Our services address all aspects of recovery, including medical monitoring, nutritional counseling, psychotherapy, and support groups.
  • Trauma-informed care: We understand that eating disorders can be rooted in trauma. Our therapists are trained in trauma-informed practices to create a safe and supportive environment for healing.
  • Family involvement: We recognize that families play a crucial role in recovery. We offer education, support, and guidance to family members so they can effectively support their loved ones.

Our Services

  • Individual therapy: We offer various therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy, to address the underlying thoughts and behaviors associated with eating disorders.
  • Nutritional counseling: Our registered dietitians work with individuals to develop healthy eating habits and address nutritional deficiencies.
  • Medical monitoring: We provide regular medical checkups to ensure physical health and address any complications related to the eating disorder.
  • Support groups: We offer facilitated support groups where individuals can connect with others who understand their struggles and find encouragement and validation.
  • Community outreach: We collaborate with local organizations and healthcare providers to raise awareness about eating disorders and advocate for accessible resources.

Taking the First Step

If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, we encourage you to reach out for help. We offer confidential consultations and can provide support and guidance on the road to recovery.


  • You are not alone. Eating disorders are common, and many people successfully overcome them with the right support.
  • Recovery is possible. With dedication and professional help, you can develop healthy relationships with food and your body and live a fulfilling life.