Find freedom from eating disorders, disordered eating, and diet culture
Eating Disorder Treatment in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia
Discover how food and nourishment can help you live life to the fullest
Learn to eat without feeling stress or negative emotions
Enjoy a life-long healthy relationship with food
Providing Hope For Those in ED Recovery
Are thoughts of food and weight taking up all of your time and energy?
Does your relationship with food and body image feel more challenging than it used to?
Does the idea of eating disorder recovery feel scary and unattainable?
Food is so much more than just nutrients.
Sometimes our relationship with food means we lose the joy of eating.
You deserve better.
Team up with an Eating Disorder Dietitian to:
- How food and nourishment can help you live to the fullest
- How to make food fun and mealtimes enjoyable
- How to manage anxious feelings around food and body
- Build coping mechanisms that take the focus away from food
- Trust the body’s natural hunger cues and ability to regulate itself
- Eat without feeling stress or negative emotions
- Eat stress-free
- Live life to the fullest without your eating disorder
- Life-long healthy relationship with food
Personalized Care to Empower You
Find freedom from eating disorders, disordered eating and diet culture
Build a positive relationship with food and your body
Break free from the stress of eating and transform your life
Eat intuitively so you can experience food for both fuel and enjoyment
Get our FREE Download “5 Tips to Recovery from an Eating Disorder, one P.L.A.T.E at a time”
You deserve a life where eating meals and enjoying food is not met with stress and pain.
Struggling with an eating disorder affects so many areas of life including your physical, mental, and emotional health.
Our eating disorder dietitians will help you take the needed steps toward your recovery, whether that be from an eating disorder/disordered eating or chronic dieting.
So you can find food freedom and spend less time stressing over food and more time focusing on what really matters.
Helping clients break free from their eating disorder in Maryland and nationwide
Office locations in Montgomery, Howard, Prince George’s, and Anne Arundel Counties
Virtual appointments available
Working with our eating disorder dietitians is super easy
Get to know you
We know everyone is different. Your dietitian wants to learn about you and your recovery journey, so they can best support you.
We don’t believe in “one size fits all.” Work as a team with your eating disorder dietitian to make sure your plan fits your recovery journey.
Enjoy life again
Feel comfortable and confident in your food choices and enjoy the experience of eating again.
“Thanks to Abby for a good session. I feel comfortable that she will be able to help me with my specific needs and preferences. I found her to be kind, knowledgeable and professional and easy to talk to and be with. Thanks very much.”
“Meagan is the best health practitioner that I have ever encountered. Her knowledge, experience and approach is of the highest caliber.”
“To Meagan: Our daughter really enjoys your discussions. Seeing her improve slowly, more confidently is a real gift.” – N’s Mom.”
Meet Our Eating Disorder Dietitians
Our eating disorder dietitians align themselves with the Health At Every Size © model and do not provide weight loss recommendations. We provide care for individuals of all sizes, ages, races, ethnicities, genders and those in the LGBTQ community who need support from providers in a compassionate, non-judgmental space.
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