Two things are critical to help individuals recover that aren’t widely used in traditional treatment are the inclusion of working on mindset and balancing brain chemistry. Many treatment programs are focused on “fixing” the problem and daily the discussion is about the behavior, weighing, watching them go to the bathroom so they won’t throw up and putting even more emphasis on the problem.
For a parent it can be difficult to understand how their young son or daughter developed anorexia or bulimia or became obese. Most parents don’t typically intend to knowingly cause issues for your kids. But in working with teens with eating disorders and their parents it’s interesting to see how many times parents aren’t tuned in to the messages that are being given to their child.
You’re familiar with the traditional forms of treatment and may have tried them all: Inpatient, residential, outpatient, intensive out patient, counseling, and various forms of group therapy. But are you aware of the benefits of working with an eating disorder coach?
The bombshell drops. Your precious little girl or boy has an eating disorder. For some parents they suspect and have to figure out how to confront their child. For others, they are blissfully unaware until their child confides in them. 85% of eating disorders start between the ages of 13-20.
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