Eating Disorder FAQs
Some of the most frequently asked questions about anorexia, bulimia, compulsive eating, and more, can be found here.
- How long does therapy for eating disorders take?
Therapy for eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating and binge eating treatment usually takes between 4-6 weeks at A Place of Hope. What is an eating disorder treatment program like at A Place of Hope? All of our wellness programs incorporate a whole person approach that addresses the emotional, physical and nutritional aspects at play within you. You'll soon have a working knowledge of the root cause(s) of your disorder and be able to deal with the situation from a position of power and knowledge.
- Do you make eating disorder treatment affordable for those that need it most?
We strive to make eating disorder treatment as affordable as possible by offering custom payment plans for those seeking treatment for eating disorders such as anorexia, bulimia, binge eating/compulsive overeating and more. Few eating disorder clinics offer the experience and unique approach found at A Place of Hope, and we'll work with you to make treatment accessible and affordable. Discover the answer to the question "what is an eating disorder" and treat yours via the whole person approach found at A Place of Hope.
- Can you familiarize me with the symptoms of compulsive overeating?
Compulsive overeating, or binge eating disorder, is a very serious issue that calls out for an effective eating disorder treatment. We take the treatment of eating disorders such as overeating, anorexia, and bulimia very seriously, and bring a positive and compassionate approach to the treatment of eating disorders. What is an eating disorder, and why should you should you seek treatment for eating disorders at A Place of Hope? We've provided a unique and effective form of treatment for 25 years, providing an atmosphere of acceptance and a whole person approach to healing.
- How do I know if someone in my family is suffering from bulimia nervosa?
What is bulimia nervosa, and how do you know if someone in your family needs bulimia treatment? The eating disorder treatment specialists at A Place of Hope treat bulimia and anorexia with a whole person approach not seen at other eating disorder clinics. We believe therapy for eating disorders should be done in an atmosphere of acceptance and encouragement, and our results speak for themselves. Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by binge eating and purging, and when not taken care of it can cause serious health issues.
- Isn't it possible to deal with a binge eating disorder on my own and without treatment?
The importance of seeking out a binge eating disorder treatment program cannot be overstated. Without help from qualified eating disorder clinics problems such as compulsive overeating as well as anorexia or bulimia will only get worse. You may have questions such as "what is an eating disorder program like?" or "is it really possible to recover from a food disorder?" The compassionate, whole person approach offered at A Place of Hope will offer you a sense of calmness and relief as you learn that recovery is closer than you think.
- What are some of the physical issues binge eating disorders can lead to?
We invite you to seek binge eating disorder treatment via the wellness programs at A Place of Hope before you begin suffering some of the physical issues associated with your disorder. We offer proven therapy for eating disorders including compulsive overeating as well as anorexia and bulimia based on a whole person approach to healing. Without treatment you may suffer from everything from diabetes and heart disease to depression, kidney disease and much more. We invite you to heal in an atmosphere that invites you in with compassion and explores the root causes of your disorder.
- What exactly is anorexia nervosa and how do I know if a loved one is suffering from it?
If you're asking the question "what is anorexia nervosa?" in relation to a loved one, it may be time to seek anorexia treatment from the eating disorder treatment specialists at A Place of Hope. We offer a whole person approach to treatment for eating disorder including anorexia and bulimia as well as binge eating, and are unique among eating disorder clinics in that we offer a compassionate approach to healing that addresses the emotions, attitudes and behaviors surrounding weight and food issues.
- What does your compassionate and accepting approach to treating eating disorders entail?
Compulsive eating disorders involve either insufficient or excessive food intake to the detriment of one's health, and include anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive eating disorder or binge eating. Our eating disorder treatment center offers a compassionate and accepting approach to treatment for eating disorders. Speak to us today about the possibility of joining us at our peaceful waterfront eating disorder treatment centers.
- What is an eating disorder and how do I know if I am suffering from one?
What is an eating disorder, and why is it so important to seek eating disorder treatment if you are suffering from one? Insufficient or excessive food intake to the detriment of one's health are hallmarks of anorexia, bulimia, and compulsive overeating or binge eating disorder and call for help at A Place of Hope's eating disorder clinic. We make eating disorder treatment a positive experience full of growth and positivity, and place a premium on providing treatment of eating disorders that stands the test of time.
- Will you answer my questions regarding treatment for eating disorders during my initial phone consultation?
We'll discuss treatment for eating disorders and answer all of your questions regarding eating disorder treatment at A Place of Hope. If you suffer from anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating or binge eating disorder call today to speak to an expert staffer from our eating disorder clinics in a free initial phone consultation. From the most basic questions including "what is an eating disorder" to questions about program rates and everything in between, we'll put your mind at ease and introduce you to the compassionate and hopeful approach that is our calling card. Don't wait, call today!