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eating disorders or disordered eating concerns. Learn more about our parent and youth peer support workers here. All of our services are free of charge, and you can reach us...

Yukon Mental Health Services

...Phone: 867-667-8346, Toll free: 1-800-661-0408 About: Offers individual therapy to clients with diagnosed eating disorders. Also offer the DBT skills modules for clients with Eating Disorders who can benefit from...

Treatment Options › Arts Therapy

These kinds of therapy include a form of art. Many programs for people with eating disorders offer these types of therapy as an option. Some examples include: Music therapy: Music...

Finding Help › Introduction

Help for eating disorders is available; you just need to know where to look. At the BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre, we connect people with resources, treatment and...

Pediatric Ambulatory Health Clinic in Nanaimo: Dietitian & Social Work Services

where children up to age 17 will be assessed and treated for eating disorders by pediatrician, clinical social worker and dietitian. Clinics run 2-3 times monthly. ” Previously, patients &...

General Information › Introduction

can learn more about eating disorders – why they’re dangerous; who they affect; and other problems that can come along with them. “I picture Anorexia and Bulimia as an entity...

Stories › Sara's Story

grew stronger. Then one day, I was home after school watching a talk show. The topic was eating disorders. I watched several young girls discuss their struggles with anorexia and/or...

Cowichan District Hospital Outpatient Nutrition Services

...appointments for pediatrics, adolescents and adults struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating, as well as general nutrition concerns. Referral is through physicians or other health professionals. Services include initial...

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