Self-care is an essential component of eating disorder recovery. While it might seem like a simple concept, it can be challenging for those struggling with disordered eating habits to prioritize self-care. As dietitians, we understand that recovery is a journey, and every step, no matter how small, is a win.
When working with clients, we always talk about the “wins” they’ve had since their last session. A win in recovery might not be obvious, and it might even feel like a failure at first. For example, packing a snack that you didn’t end up eating may seem like a failure, but it’s actually a step in the right direction. Recovery is a process, and every step is worth celebrating.
At our practice, we believe in a client-centered approach to eating disorder recovery. We understand that every individual’s journey is unique and requires personalized care. We are here to collaborate with you and support you every step of the way.
Our team of registered dietitians specializes in treating eating disorders and has experience working with clients at all stages of recovery. We believe that recovery is possible no matter where you are in your journey, and we’re committed to supporting our clients every step of the way.
Self-care can take many forms, from eating on a tough body image day to ordering takeout instead of cooking. It might also mean packing an extra snack, taking a rest day from movement, or showing up for a therapy session. Whatever form it takes, self-care is essential for eating disorder recovery.
If you’re struggling with disordered eating habits, know that you’re not alone. Seeking help is the first step towards recovery, and we’re here to support you. Remember, every small step you take is worth celebrating, and you’re doing the work, even on the tough days.
At our practice, we’re committed to providing personalized care and support to help you reach your recovery goals. Above all, we believe you deserve respectful care for the treatment of your eating disorder! We are serving clients in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Arizona, Michigan, Colorado, Utah, California, Iowa, and more. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you on your journey towards eating disorder recovery.