Eating Disorder Recovery

Having an eating disorder can be isolating, scary, and lonely. It may feel like no one gets it or knows the right thing to say. If you’ve been experiencing these feelings, know that you’re not alone. At The Wellful, we understand the complexities of eating disorder recovery. It’s a journey that requires compassion, support, and professional guidance. We are here to help you or your loved one navigate the path towards a healthier, happier life. Our team at The Wellful is dedicated to providing you with the care and expertise needed to overcome these challenges. With our support, you can find hope, healing, and a renewed sense of well-being.

Understanding Eating Disorder Recovery

Eating disorders can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or body size. Eating disorder recovery is not just about addressing the physical aspects of the condition but also the emotional and psychological components. At The Wellful, we recognize that true healing requires a whole-person, collaborative approach.

Our registered dietitian, Brenna, specializes in supporting individuals in their recovery from eating disorders. We know that every person’s journey is unique, which is why our approach is highly personalized. We begin by understanding your specific needs, triggers, and goals. From there, we develop a plan that helps you move towards your value-aligned recovery.

Our Eating Disorder Dietitian Nutritionist Is Trained To Help You Recover From Disordered Eating To Develop A Healthy, Sustainable Relationship With Food And Your Body

As weight-inclusive, HAES®-aligned dietitian nutritionists we are trained to support clients of all ages, body sizes and genders in their recovery. We support a range of clients who struggle with a diagnosed eating disorder, undiagnosed eating disorders, disordered eating, a ‘weird’ relationship with food or feeling like they spend more time than they would like to worrying or obsessing about food:

How Working With An Eating Disorder Dietitian Nutritionist Can Help

Recovery from an eating disorder can be tough, but it is possible with the right support. Our registered dietitian, Brenna, plays a pivotal role in this process. Together we’ll develop a tailored nutrition plan that promotes physical health while addressing the emotional aspects of your relationship with food.

While meal planning is important, there are other aspects of eating disorder recovery that need to be addressed. These include the emotional and mental well-being components, both of which are important for restoring true health. At The Wellful, we relationship with food. This means learning to listen to your body’s cues, understanding hunger and fullness, and challenging negative thought patterns. We’re here to guide you along each step of the way.

What To Expect When Working With A Dietitian Nutritionist For Eating Disorder Recovery

Choosing The Wellful for your eating disorder recovery journey means partnering with a registered dietician and support system who is committed to your well-being.

Comprehensive Assessment

We start by conducting a thorough assessment to understand the specific challenges you face. This forms the foundation of your personalized eating disorder recovery plan.

Individualized Care

Our approach encompasses a complete view of your well-being, including nutrition, therapy, and emotional support to foster a meaningful and lasting recovery. As your dietitian nutritionist I will collaborate closely with each client to develop personalized strategies that address their unique needs and goals. We Therapy (IFS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and somatic work, as well as journaling, mirror exercises and other tools when appropriate. We support open and transparent conversations with clients and if one tool or exercise doesn't feel like a good fit, there are always others that we can use.

Supportive Environment

We provide a safe and nurturing environment where you can openly discuss your challenges and progress without judgment.

Long-Term Success

Our goal is to equip you with the skills and mindset to maintain a healthy relationship with food and your body for life.

Get Help For An Eating Disorder In California, New York, Florida, Massachusetts, Utah And More

We know that it is not easy to reach out for support. Regardless of diagnosis, struggling with your relationship with food and reading resources about recovery is a sign that you’d benefit from support.