Disordered eating is a term used to describe a relationship with food that feels unhealthy. This can include behaviours such as dieting, or binge eating. It can also include a preoccupation with weight and/or food, strict food rules, and seeing certain foods as "good" and others as "bad." Wanting to heal your relationship with food can include a desire to break free from diet culture, re-writing food rules, embracing intuitive eating, food freedom, and/or fat liberation.
Challenges with body image can include having negative feelings towards your body, low self-esteem with respect to yourself and your body, disliking your appearance and/or body.
Others may want to work on building up positive body image. This can include loving and accepting your body the way it is/was meant to be, body positivity and/or body neutrality.
Binge Eating Disorder
Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
Our program treats all varieties and severity levels of eating related issues and concerns.
No referral or diagnosis is required.
If you are not sure whether our center would be able to offer the appropriate help for you, please contact us to discuss further.