Take our short self-assessment.
  • Do you make yourself sick because you feel uncomfortably full?
  • Do you worry that you have lost control over how much you eat?
  • Have you recently lost more than 15 pounds in a 3-month period?
  • Do you believe yourself to be fat when others say you are too thin?
  • Would you say that food dominates your life?

Read more signs of an eating disorder here.

If you answered “yes” to 2 or more questions, click here to complete our form or call 1-877-825-8584 to speak confidentially with one of our Masters-level Clinicians. We’re here to help you recover health and balance in your life.

Adapted from SCOFF screening questionnaire.

Eating Disorder Blog and News

The Latest Information from Eating Recovery Center

The Eating Recovery Center Blog features frequent updates concerning Eating Recovery Center, our eating disorder treatment methods and programs, and upcoming meetings and events to help provide patients, families, professionals, and alumni alike with the information they need to understand their condition and enter on a path to long-lasting recovery.

Mental Health Awareness Month: Let’s Break the Stigma – Hannah Mittleman & Lara Schuster Effland

May 24, 2016

Mental Health Awareness Month is an invitation for all of us to work together to end the stigma of mental illness — by sharing our stories about mood, depression, anxiety, traumatic stress and more. Perhaps you have experienced mental illness — or maybe someone close to you has been affected. It is time to stand…

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Is Alcohol Preventing Your Full Eating Disorder Recovery? – Robyn Cruze

May 23, 2016

Whenever I would accumulate a little time between myself and eating disorder behavior, emotions would arise; so I’d pick up alcohol for comfort. When I really got serious about my eating disorder recovery, I knew I had to give alcohol up too. Because substance abuse and eating disorders are linked Did you know that up…

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What This Gay Eating Disorder Survivor Has Learned From His Struggle

May 19, 2016

Eric Dorsa hopes that sharing his struggles with an eating disorder will shed light on what he sees as an often-overlooked issue in the gay community. As seen in the above video, the 27-year-old opened up about his battle with anorexia nervosa as part of the first-ever Eating Recovery Day, which was coordinated by the…

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5 Ways You Can Support the Mental Health Reform Act – Millie Plotkin

May 19, 2016

One in five people in the United States suffer from some form of mental illness and nearly 60 percent of these people don’t receive the treatment they need. When it comes to the amount of people who don’t receive treatment for eating disorders, this number could be as high as 70 percent. To make matters…

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Wondering if You Need Help for Overeating? – Lisa Geraud

May 13, 2016

Did you know that April was Emotional Eating Awareness Month? Although it’s not classified as an eating disorder, emotional eating is a type of disordered eating that can cause significant emotional distress and disruption in life. Sometimes, emotional overeating is confused with binge eating. The primary difference between the two concerns the amount of food…

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3 Ways Mindfulness Supports Depression and Anxiety Recovery – Dr. Gina Picchiotti

May 12, 2016

Each day, we all make thousands of decisions. Large and small. “Do I snooze for five more minutes, or start my day?” “Should I say “fine,” or actually tell this person how I feel?” “Do I move to a new neighborhood, or stay with what I know?” Many of these decisions happen in less than…

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Could You Be Preventing Joy in Recovery? – Robyn Cruze

May 12, 2016

Many of us in recovery can feel the urge to catch up with our life — as though we are making up for lost time that we spent in our illness. We busy ourselves to make our lives look a certain way, expecting to find joy in our successes. But joy doesn’t work that way.…

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Eating Recovery Day: How You Celebrated

May 6, 2016

We invited you to join us on Eating Recovery Day — to celebrate that recovery from an eating disorder is possible — by telling your own story, sharing words of inspiration and raising awareness about the facts. And you showed up. Big time. Quite honestly, your outpouring of love, honesty and emotion was beyond anything…

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Thank You, Candace Cameron Bure, For Generating a National Conversation About Eating Disorders

May 6, 2016

We are so proud — and grateful — that Candace Cameron Bure joined us as a Recovery Ambassador during our first-ever Eating Recovery Day on May 3. Thanks to Candace, there’s greater awareness about the prevalence and seriousness of eating disorders. Thanks to Candace, others have hope that they, too, can one day celebrate freedom…

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Why Self-care is So Important When a Child is in Recovery – Dr. Theresa Fassihi

May 4, 2016

We’ve all heard it before: having a child with an eating disorder is one of the most difficult things a parent can experience. In fact, the research shows that it is more difficult to have a child with an eating disorder than to have a child with schizophrenia; while schizophrenia is often considered the most…

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