How do you treat an eating disorder?


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 most common therapies and program types that have helped millions of people get on the road to recovery.

“I think at the very beginning having a fair amount of structure was really helpful for me. Having a limited amount of choice of the different options I things I could eat and having it at specific times of day and stuff was really predictable and comfortable for me and it helped me get my momentum and start eating again.” ~Francis, referring to meal planning and Family-Based Therapy

Types of Disorders: How do I know if I have an eating disorder? Finding Help: Where can I find help?

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