Eating Disorder Care @ Embrace New Life

Anorexia

The most life-threatening of all psychiatric disorders, anorexia nervosa is a complex problem. While the effects may be most noticeable physically, the disorder is about far more than food and requires a multi-faceted approach from those with experience in treating eating disorders.

Bulimia

Characterized by overeating followed by self-induced vomiting or the use of laxatives and diuretics, bulimia nervosa usually requires professional care to break the addictive binge-purge cycle and address not just the behavior but the underlying causes.

Binge Eating

Marked by repeatedly consuming large amounts of food as a result of compulsion, not hunger, binge eating disorder may also involve eating faster than usual or eating until uncomfortably full. Its prevalence makes it the most common eating disorder today.







We provide:

  • coaching –ย  subclinical body image issues, excessive exercise, mindful eating, boundaries & assertiveness
  • flexible outpatient – clinical anxiety, depression or trauma
  • treatment coordination with dietician & pediatrician or physician

We treat those whose BMI is >= 15.

If your BMI <= 14, please consult your pediatrician or physician immediately.

Book Resources:

  • Help Your Teenager Beat an Eating Disorder by James Lock & Daniel le Grange
  • Decoding Anorexia by Carrie Arnold
  • Eating with Your Anorexic by Laura Collins
  • Goodbye ED, Hello Me by Jenni Schaefer

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For more information, contact Lola Hanes at:
Lola@EmbraceNewLife.com
972.292.7092
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