Could you or your child benefit from therapy for disordered eating?

Obsessions with food, body weight, and shape may be signs of an eating disorder. Persistent negative eating behaviors can impact your emotions, your health, and your ability to function in important areas of your life.

If you find you or your child are experiencing symptoms of disordered eating below, therapy may be beneficial:

  • Cycling between eating a lot of food and eating very little
  • Experiencing dramatic weight gain or loss
  • Frequently talking about food, shape, or weight
  • Restricting certain food groups
  • Feeling out of control with food
  • Visiting the bathroom immediately following meals on a consistent basis
  • Experiencing feelings of disgust, shame, or guilt associated with eating
  • Distress if they cannot control their food or exercise routine

With support and treatment, healing from disordered eating is possible! Summit’s team of compassionate, supportive therapists will work with you or your child to address the underlying causes and effects of the condition and help you gain the tools to find balance and control.