Is your self worth primarily dependent on your appearance?
Do you make a pact with yourself every day to eat well but end up bingeing or overeating?
Do you have extremely rigid rules around eating because you are terrified of gaining weight?
Do you avoid going places or doing things because you hate your body?

If so, you are not alone.

Studies have found that 65% of women have behavioural issues around food and their bodies. Another 10% report symptoms consistent with eating disorders  such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating and compulsive overeating.

Eating Disorder Therapy helps people cope with unhealthy eating habits that begin to affect our lives
Eating Disorder Therapy

Some people spend most of their day thinking about food and weight. Others feel shame about how their body looks. Some begin to experience feelings of depression and anxiety. Some just know they are heading down an unhealthy eating path.

If this is the case, receiving eating disorder therapy is important. Eating disorders such as bulimia, anorexia, binge eating and compulsive overeating are not just about food. Unhealthy food behaviours can become a way to:

  • manage anxiety
  • control something
  • numb difficult feelings
  • deal with depression
  • feel “good enough”
  • feel comfort

 

“With eating disorder treatment, I aim to help people”

DECREASE/STOP ANOREXIC, BULIMIC OR OVEREATING SYMPTOMS.

LEARN HEALTHY COPING SKILLS

UNDERSTAND WHY YOU ARE USING FOOD

FEEL BETTER ABOUT YOURSELF

CONNECT WITH OTHERS

MANAGE STRESS, ANXIETY AND LOW MOODS BETTER.