Disordered Eating

Individual Counseling

If you struggle emotionally with eating, whether you are unable to eat or feel out of control when you eat, our eating disorder experts can help you make peace with food and your body. Learn how to eat normally

without fear or guilt!

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Child & Adolescent Eating Disorders

Adult Eating Disorders

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Our “Nutrition Support for Caregivers of Children with Eating Disorders” Facebook group provides encouragement, support and resources for all parents and caregivers of children with eating disorders.

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“…she worked with me and my needs.”

” Krista is a very kind and understanding person. She worked with me and my needs. We made a plan that best benefits my life and my recovery.”

“…exactly the practical steps we needed”

“Krista’s specific knowledge and experience with eating disorders helped us make a plan for meals & snacks, plus valuable guidance for the family on what to keep in the fridge. It was exactly the practical steps we needed to begin the recovery process when everything felt chaotic and scary.”

Virtual Program

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Family Support Group

8 week, virtual support group to give parents caring for a child with an eating disorder the guidance, skills and support they need to help them survive and support their child’s recovery.

Get the help you need to be the parent your child needs:

Learn information on what you can do to help your child in their recovery, resources on how to do it, and the support to help you follow through.

Family Feeding Recovery Eating Disorder Program

Our exclusive series of evidence-based, effective, virtual eating disorder programs provide:

• information
• resources
•  guidance
•  support
•  community

To help parents restore health, hope and happiness in their child and in their home.

 

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Have you noticed any of the following in your child?

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Preoccupied with food, weight, or shape

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Limited or rigid with food choices

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Emotionally distressed about their weight or shape

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Weight loss or delayed growth

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For girls: loss of menstrual cycle for more than 3 months

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Fear of eating foods with unknown nutrition information or foods cooked by others

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Avoiding social situations

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Strange eating behaviors

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Eating alone

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Counting or restricting calories

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Obsession with eating healthy

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Over seasoning foods or using condiments that they hadn't as much in the past

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Preoccupied with food, weight, or shape

N

Limited or rigid with food choices

N

Emotionally distressed about their weight or shape

N

Weight loss or delayed growth

N

For girls: loss of menstrual cycle for more than 3 months

N

Fear of eating foods with unknown nutrition information or foods cooked by others

N

Avoiding social situations

N

Strange eating behaviors

N

Eating alone

N

Counting or restricting calories

N

Obsession with eating healthy

N

Over seasoning foods or using condiments that they hadn't as much in the past

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Nine Truths About Eating Disorders

#1

Many people with eating disorders look healthy, yet may be extremely ill.

#2

Families are not to blame, and can be the patients’ and providers’ best allies in treatment.

#3

An eating disorder diagnosis is a health crisis that disrupts personal and family functioning.

#1

Many people with eating disorders look healthy, yet may be extremely ill.

#2

Families are not to blame, and can be the patients’ and providers’ best allies in treatment.

#3

An eating disorder diagnosis is a health crisis that disrupts personal and family functioning.

#4

Eating disorders are not choices, but serious biologically influenced illnesses.

#5

Eating disorders affect people of all genders, ages, races, ethnicities, body shapes and weights, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic statuses.

#6

Eating disorders carry an increased risk for both suicide and medical complications.

#7

Genes and environment play important roles in the development of eating disorders.

#8

Genes alone do not predict who will develop eating disorders.

#9

Full recovery from an eating disorder is possible. Early detection and intervention are important.

*Produced in collaboration with Dr. Cynthia Bulik, PhD, FAED, and the Academy for Eating Disorders, along with other major eating disorder organizations.

 

 

 

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