Eating Disorders

"When you stop trying to control food, it stops controlling you."

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Eating Disorders

    This quote really says it all, but sometimes the questions really start with the ‘why,’ especially with control. Therapy can assist in any stage of disordered eating and is crucial in the discovery of relief and balance, that comes with the answers to why and further processing the source, along with meeting you where you are and supporting you toward healthy goals. 


Common Types of Eating Disorders:​

Anorexia Nervosa Symtoms:

  • Being considerably underweight compared with people of similar age and height
  • Very restricted eating patterns, an intense fear of gaining weight, or persistent behaviors to avoid gaining weight, despite being underweight

  • A relentless pursuit of thinness and unwillingness to maintain a healthy weight
  • A heavy influence of body weight or perceived body shape on self-esteem
  • A distorted body image, including denial of being seriously underweight

Bulimia Nervosa Symptoms:

  • Recurrent episodes of binge eating with a feeling of lack of control
  • Recurrent episodes of inappropriate purging behaviors to prevent weight gain
  • Self-esteem overly influenced by body shape and weight
  • A fear of gaining weight, despite having an average weight

Binge Eating Disorder:

  • Eating large amounts of foods rapidly, in secret, and until uncomfortably full, despite not feeling hungry
  • Feeling a lack of control during episodes of binge-eating
  • Feelings of distress, such as shame, disgust, or guilt, when thinking about the binge eating behavior
  • No use of purging behaviors, such as calorie restriction, vomiting, excessive exercise, or laxative or diuretic use, to compensate for the binging

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