Counseling for Eating Disorders

Anorexia Nervosa
Bulimia Nervosa
Binge Eating Disorder
Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorder
(Previously called Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified or EDNOS)

display this Eating Disorders are chronic and progressive; without intervention they tend to get worse over time, not better. They have the highest mortality rate of any mental health issue. In the US alone, over 30 million people of all ages, races, and genders suffer from an eating disorder.

Help is available and we believe recovery is possible for everyone.

Whether you have been diagnosed or are just trying to to come to terms with why you are struggling, we can help.

Most people struggling with an eating disorder are also struggling with feelings of guilt, shame, remorse, fear, powerlessness and hopelessness. It can feel overwhelming and it might seem like recovery is impossible.

Eating Disorders are difficult and complex issues and often co-occur with Trauma, Substance Abuse, Anxiety, Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, and other mental health issues. These issues can make recovery more difficult but are not barriers if properly addressed.

There is no one right answer as to how to approach co-occurring issues. We work individually
with each client to come up with a plan that address all their issues and help them to heal
and live a happy, healthy life.

Whether your reaching out for the first time or working to continue down a path of recovery, engaging in counseling to address all of your issues can be key to achieving your goals.

Contact us to set up a co cost, no commitment consultation to see how we can help.