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Taking a Break

Disordered Eating

Wherever you are in your recovery journey, you deserve support.

Pave a new path to recovery

Know that you are not alone in your experience with disordered eating or an eating disorder and that no matter where you are on your journey you deserve, and more than "qualify" for, help. Navigate your healing journey with a compassionate support team in your corner.


We can help de-stigmatize your struggle and remove some of the burdens that disordered eating can carry, so you can develop the tools and strategies necessary for feeling more in control of your healing!

Our practitioners know firsthand how isolating, yet "alluring", disordered eating can be (especially in a culture that feeds directly into it). However, we also know the benefits and growth that recovery brings, such as

  • Finding your confidence internally instead of relying on external compliments, acceptance, or validation

  • Quitting the comparison game and fostering a sense of self-compassion and inner-kindness 

  • Being more present with your friends and family, as well as more grounded within yourself

  • Feeling more in control of, and capable of regulating, your mental and emotional health

  • Understanding and appreciating how to nourish the body in a balanced way, by improving the relationship with food and feeling at peace in your body

The spectrum of disordered eating we can work with:

Chronic dieting, undereating, or impaired relationships with food/body

Heightened levels of anxiety, guilt, or shame involving the eating experience

"Overeating" or "Pendulum Eating" (i.e. undereating for a certain period of time, followed by a period of overeating)

Nighttime Eating, Stress Eating, Boredom Eating

Orthorexia, Healthism Mindsets

ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food-Intake Disorder)

Restrictive Eating, cumulative "food rules", Anorexia, Anorexia Nervosa

Binge Eating, Binge Eating Disorder

Bulimia Nervosa, misuse of exercise/"purging" to manipulate body size or compensate for eating

Eating with Chopsticks Disordered Eating

Might look like...

  • Feeling consumed by your thoughts about food 

  • Feeling guilt or shame after eating

  • Often eating to a point of uncomfortable fullness

  • Feeling a loss of control around food and/or consuming large amounts to the point of discomfort

  • Frequently or obsessively weighing one's self, body checking, or shaming your reflection

  • Feeling the need to "work off" or "earn" your food

  • Going prolonged and/or abnormal periods of time without eating 

  • Avoiding or cutting out whole food groups ​

Regardless of where you fall on the disordered eating spectrum, you deserve support on your journey. Our support team can help in your recovery journey and beyond!

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