Eating Disorders


Loneliness is often at the core of eating disorders. That loneliness is fed by anxious insecurities and a fear of internal & external judgement

Eating disorders (ED) represent a multifaceted category of mental health conditions that arise from a confluence of various factors, encompassing biological, psychological, sociocultural, and environmental elements. Amidst the complex factors at play, individuals may struggle with an overpowering fixation on food, weight, and/or exercise. This fixation can escalate to a degree where it negatively impacts physical and mental well-being.

Eating disorders are often a manifestation of underlying emotional struggles, encompassing issues such as low self-esteem, negative body image, perfectionism, anxiety, depression, or difficulties in coping with emotions. For some, engaging in disordered eating behaviors may serve as a maladaptive coping mechanism, offering a sense of control or alleviation from emotional distress, albeit temporarily.

Those with eating disorders may exhibit restricted choices and be overly vigilant about food preparation and ingredients.

Cognitive symptoms such as foggy thinking, as malnutrition and dehydration can impair cognitive function and clarity of thought.

Secretive behaviors to conceal their disordered eating habits and avoid detection or intervention.

Perfectionism drives a relentless pursuit for an unattainable standard of thinness or perfection in appearance and behavior.

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Recognizing the complexity of eating disorders necessitates a comprehensive approach to treatment that addresses its multifaceted nature. There are many types of eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia, orthorexia, and binge eating disorder (BED) and all can vary in severity.   The first step is an assessment of your needs and symptoms. This will help determine the best personalized plan to successful long-term recovery. 

After a thorough assessment, the focus shifts to medical and nutritional stabilization, resolving any immediate health concerns. Upon the comittment to treatment, the cause of the eating disorder is investigated through diary card and chain analysis techniques. Psychosocial interventions aim to foster connections with others, encourage honest expression, and challenge maladaptive perfectionism.  Psychoeducation educates individuals about the biological and emotional mechanisms of eating disorders, while skill-building exercises teach self-enquiry to help one understand their own emotions. Comprehensive treatment also includes a team approach with a nutrionist or medical doctor. By integrating these elements, individuals can work towards recovery, reclaiming their health and well-being while building a more fulfilling life.

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