People with Eating Disorders develop an unhealthy and complex relationship with their self-image, weight, or food. This can involve both over- and under-eating.
Eating Disorders affect people of all races, ages, genders, shapes, and sizes. Many of those who struggle with an Eating Disorder do not want to seek treatment. Fear, guilt, and shame are common emotions tied to this condition. If left untreated, Eating Disorders can cause damage to the heart, bones, teeth, digestive system.
With the right support, recovery is possible. We’ll work with you (or your loved one) to build a personalized treatment plan with the goal of helping you heal. To learn more, schedule an informational call with one of our health navigators.
Varied based on the type:
Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
Eating Disorders can appear alongside Depression, Anxiety, and OCD.
Whatever you’re facing, you are not alone. If you’re currently in crisis, experiencing suicidal thoughts, or need immediate help, please call the national suicide helpline at 1.833.456.4566 or 911.