When summer's over and you're back in school, who do you want to be? Still struggling with the same old cycle of binging/purging/restricting? Or a pilgrim on the road to lasting recovery?"
Nearly all our clients experience profound gastrointestinal disturbances, and we tend to assume that these symptoms are a natural part of the body's recovery from an eating disorder. But what if an imbalance in the gut biome contributed to the development of the eating disorder?
It's a change in the person's expression, in the way they carry themselves, in the timbre of their voice that says, "I know I will still face challenges, but I also know I am equal to those challenges." How in the world do you measure that?
Making the decision to seek treatment for an eating disorder is a difficult decision that requires tremendous courage. Unfortunately, once you have made that decision, an even greater challenge may be getting your insurance to pay for treatment.Subscribe to Our Newsletter