Hope for Eating Disorders
Food is both a means to our own survival and one of our culture’s main social activities. But when our relationship with food and thoughts of eating become distorted, that negativity can lead to an obsession over how food will affect the body.
Eating disorders (including anorexia and bulimia) are difficult but treatable illnesses. With counseling, individuals and families work with clinicians to develop daily routines and processes that help restore an individual’s relationship with food. For many, psychotherapy and nutrition therapy can combine to provide patients a rounded approach to addressing eating one meal at a time.
Our Approach to Help and Healing
Our counselors can provide individuals and their families a comprehensive and holistic approach to address disordered eating. Often working with physicians and dietician, we will work to provide the best possible care for each individual.
If you would like to make an appointment with one of our counselors, or have any questions, please call 205-879-7500. If you would like to email us, please complete the contact form below.
We are a group of licensed clinicians who seek to maintain the highest professional standards in our fields and whose Christian faith is central to our lives and practices.
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If you would like to make an appointment with one of our counselors, or have any questions, please call 205-879-7500.
If you would like to email us, please complete the contact form below.