Overcome an Eating Disorder

  • Establish stable, healthy eating habits
  • Manage difficult feelings without starving or stuffing them
  • Feel normal and calm around food
  • Start leading a healthier, happier life

No one expects to develop an eating disorder. So, it may come as a shock when your efforts to control eating and weight start feeling out of control. Eating disorders are about trying to feel better on the inside by controlling what's on the outside, namely our weight, shape and eating habits.

We often use food to cope with sadness, worries, anger or boredom. Or, restrict what we eat to distract ourselves from what's really bothering us. But such
efforts always fail in the end, leaving us feeling even worse, powerless, or hopeless.

Types of Eating Disorders

Anorexia Nervosa

Binge Eating Disorder

Bulimia Nervosa

Disordered Eating

Body Image Issues

What You Can Do

Whether you have occasional "bouts" of problem eating or a full-blown eating disorder that's jeopardizing your life, take heart. The good news is that treatment works for a wide range of eating disorders. Heather Kitchen, LCSW, and Jennifer Whitney, Ph.D., are professional eating disorder counselors in Greensboro, NC who collaborate with physicians, dieticians and other practitioners to offer the most effective care possible.

Gain skills needed to make peace with food while nourishing your relationship with your body. Stop obsessing and start listening to what you really need. It's time to start healing.

Eating Disorder Resources & Links