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Kelowna Child and Youth Mental Health ~ Central Okanagan

...BC V1Y 0C5 Contact: Phone: 250-469-7070, ext 13553 About: Youth therapist and part time dietitian provide mental health services to children and youth with eating disorders including assessment and treatment....

Treatment Options › Introduction

For people with eating disorders, recovery can be scary. It isn’t easy to ask for help and finding the best treatment may take time. In this section, we’ll explain the...

Stories › Melanie's Story

...this is my recovery story and one of the most unique features of Eating Disorders is the fact for each and every one of us survivors we see EDs attack...

Types Of Disorders › Anorexia

...ways when they struggle with eating, try to hide weight loss or avoid weight gain. A person with AN may: keep, hide, pick at, crumble or throw away food cut...

Adolescent Outpatient Services at St. Joseph's Hospital

...serious and persistent psychiatric disorder, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS). Accepts referrals for therapy directly from families seeking service. Caregivers or school personnel may...

Victoria General Hospital

...referral to the MCFD Eating Disorder Program for South Vancouver Island or BCCH Eating Disorder Programme, depending on the needs of the patient. Admission for Anorexia Nervosa under care of...

Types Of Disorders › Bulimia

...Afterwards, they often feel guilty and disgusted by how much food they have eaten. They force themselves to make up for eating so much by over-exercising or purging (vomiting or...

Types Of Disorders › Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

...food for many different reasons. They may avoid foods with certain colours or textures. Some may not eat because they are afraid of choking or vomiting, and their eating problem...

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