Eating Disorders Treatment
Recovery Starts Here
Eating disorders are treatable complex illnesses and nutritional rehabilitation is a critical component to eating disorder recovery.
~ We are among the highest level outpatient treatment providers for patients and their families struggling with eating disorders.
~ We work with clients of all ages experiencing symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder (BED), Orthorexia, and AFRID (Avoidant, Restrictive, Food Intake Disorder).
~ We provide sound nutrition plans and communicate these plans with compassion and patience. We are well-skilled in applying behavioral and psychological models to nutrition counseling for eating disorders. These therapy tools help us better address our clients’ common feelings of ambivalence, resistance, and discouragement when they hit bumps in the road.
Meal support facilitator, Lauren Wenderoth, RD (she/her)
~ Outpatient eating disorder treatment is typically multi-faceted, involving a psychologist, a nutritionist (that’s us), a psychiatrist (if medications are needed), and a general physician (for overseeing medical management). We are well-networked with many eating disorder specialists with whom we refer and collaborate throughout the DC metropolitan area.
~ We offer individual nutritional counseling for older teens and adults. For younger teens and children, we work with parents and use Family Based Treatment for eating disorders recovery.
If you or a loved one is struggling with an eating disorder
reach out to us today.
"You have forever changed my life. I cannot thank you enough for providing the right foundation for me to continue in my recovery. I've started to get my life back, thanks to you." ~ Mark
"I wouldn't wish an eating disorder on anyone. People don't understand what eating disorders are really about - they are horrible illnesses. But recovery is possible when you work with the right people. I can't get over where I was back in my eating disorder and where I am now. I've gotten my life back. Now, on most days, I feel like I can do anything." ~ Sara