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Disordered Eating

Set yourself up for success...experience matters

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While every individual’s disordered eating journey is different, a successful recovery needs a team approach.  We require that our patients regularly see their entire care team, including a Primary Care Doctor, Therapist, and Registered Dietitian.  

What to expect from your Registered Dietitian?

The Dietitians job is to help the patient understand his/her body better, provide education about eating disorders, build a relationship of trust with the patient, encourage the use of healthier coping skills, create a plan to improve eating habits and gently guide the patient down the path to recovery.

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The National Eating Disorder Association estimates that 20 million women and 10 million men in the U.S. will experience a clinically significant eating disorder during their lifetime.
If you or someone you know is struggling with disordered eating patterns, our dedicated team of Registered Dietitians and Registered Nurse are here to help you get headed in a healthy direction. 

Knowledge is Power...learn more about eating disorders
Eating Disorders Overview 
Balancing Stress Fundamentals 
College Nutrition Essentials 


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