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Do you think you have an eating disorder? 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?

 
If you answered “yes” to 2 or more questions, complete our form or call 877-825-8584 to speak confidentially with one of our Masters-level clinicians.
 

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Eating disorders are complex and require specialized care. We are proud to be the nation’s only health care system dedicated to treating serious eating disorders and related disorders at all levels of care.
 
We’re here to help you recover health and balance in your life.
 
 Self-assessment adapted from SCOFF screening questionnaire

Anorexia Nervosa

Anorexia Nervosa

Anorexia nervosa is characterized by an obsessive fear of weight gain and a refusal to maintain a healthy body weight.

ARFID

ARFID

ARFID is a lesser known eating disorder that frequently begins as early as infancy or childhood, but adults can also suffer.

Binge Eating Disorder

Binge Eating Disorder

Binge eating disorder is characterized by frequent overeating – at least once a week for three months – combined with a lack of control, intense feelings of distress and several other characteristic behaviors.

Bulimia

Bulimia

Bulimia is characterized by patterns of bingeing and purging.

Compulsive Overeating

Compulsive Overeating

Compulsive overeating can involve binge eating and weight gain, but it can also involve other behaviors.

Diabulimia

Diabulimia

The term diabulimia is used to describe the diagnosis of an eating disorder in an individual with type 1 diabetes. These patients intentionally misuse insulin for weight control.

OSFED

OSFED

Some eating disorders do not meet all of the diagnostic criteria for specific diagnoses like anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.

Mood & Anxiety Disorders

Mood & Anxiety Disorders

Approximately 80 percent of individuals with eating disorders are diagnosed with another psychiatric disorder at some time in their life, most commonly depressive, anxiety and personality disorders.

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