“Food is, in fact, the most important psychotherapeutic agent in the
treatment of eating disorders.”
Doug Bunnell, PhD, CEDS, Chief Clinical Officer, Clementine Treatment Programs
Early identification and intervention in treating eating disorders such as Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating Disorder and other disordered eating behaviors can allow for the greatest success in achievement of recovery and normalized eating patterns. Working together we can develop a personal approach to achieving and sustaining your recovery. We are going for freedom: freedom from food fears, food rituals and food-related thoughts.
The following is a link to EAT-26, Eating Attitudes Test. This confidential screening is not meant to diagnose an eating disorder or take the place of professional evaluation. However, it may help you recognize the presence of an eating disorder and seek appropriate help.