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?
Have you developed an irregular menstrual cycle, trouble sleeping, or recurrent constipation?
Struggling with an eating disorder affects so many areas of life including your physical, mental, and emotional health. It can also start to impact your performance at work or school, relationships, and hobbies or leisure time. You deserve a life where food plays its role in nourishing you and giving you joy and is not met with stress and pain. Whether you are struggling with restriction, binge eating, purging or chronic dieting we can help you to make food a positive relationship in your life. We can help you challenge the eating disorder and get to a place where you are honoring your hunger and fullness cues and eating foods you enjoy.
Personalized Care to Empower You to:
- Find freedom from eating disorders, disordered eating and diet culture.
- Build a positive relationship with food and body.
- Break free from the stress of eating and transform your life.
Tools for Eating Disorder Recovery
We can help you
Experience food for both fuel and enjoyment. All foods have a place in a balanced life. Nutrition means adopting the skills to tap into your body’s natural hunger and fullness signals to adequately nourish your brain, body, and soul. This is called “intuitive eating.”
If you are just getting started with intuitive eating, we can help you build the foundation. This might be by using a flexible meal plan to serve as the training wheels toward intuitive eating. Through this journey, we guide you in separating the nutrition facts from diet fiction with the ultimate goal of food freedom.
Recovery Record App
With this recovery record app, you will be able to communicate with your dietitian. You can log your food and feelings in this app and you will receive feedback and support throughout your recovery journey directly from your dietitian. You will also be able to track your progress, your daily challenges and even be able to take photos of your food to share with your treatment team.
Not sure if you are struggling with disordered eating or an eating disorder? We have several tools to help you identify and find the right treatment for your disordered eating and eating disorder symptoms.
Once we understand more about your struggles, we can help you overcome them so you can spend less time stressing over food and more time focusing on what really matters.
Not only do we have individual appointments for you to meet with a trained eating disorder dietitian, but we also offer support groups to help you feel less alone. We host family support groups designed for your loved-ones so they can find out how to best support you in your recovery.
Contact us now to sign up for the support group that best fits your needs.
We are here for you
No matter where you are in your recovery journey, we are here to help you. If you are not even sure if you have an eating disorder, or disordered eating, we can help you navigate the next steps with individualized, compassionate care. There is a part of you that read this far, so that might mean it is worth it to take a look at your quality of life around food and nutrition. You deserve food freedom!
We work with adolescents and adults on forming, maintaining and nurturing a healthy relationship with food.
Eating Disorder Recovery in an inclusive space
Our registered dietitian experts are here to help you. 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.
Eating Disorder Recovery Blog Posts
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What are the different types of eating disorders? Different types of eating disorders can confusing. You or your loved one may have one or more eating disorders, so it is best to get some background information about the types of eating disorders to help you move...
The Effects of Semi-Starvation in Eating Disordered Clients and Extreme Dieters mimic study from Ancel Keys
WARNING: The following article on semi-starvation may include information that may be triggering for patients in recovery. The article contains numbers from the study. The Effects of Semi-Starvation: Recovery from an Eating Disorder with a Registered Dietitian The...