Help For Binge Eating Disorder
Feeling overwhelmed searching for binge eating treatment and eating disorder help?
Have you sworn to yourself that you’ll never binge again but find yourself stuck in the same cycle?
Constantly thinking about food?
You’re in the right place. I’m here to help you overcome binge eating disorder.
There’s help. There’s hope. Things can be different.
Binge eating treatment can be a frustrating journey to navigate on your own, as little is known about the disorder by most healthcare professionals. Binge eating is still new to the mental health world, as it was just added as an official diagnosis in the DSM-5 in 2013.
Luckily, you’re in the right place. You need someone who knows binge eating symptoms, treatment and recovery and can help you feel relaxed around food again.
Overcoming Binge Eating
Is it actually possible to recover from Binge Eating Disorder? Absolutely 100%, Yes. With the right treatment binge eating recovery is completely possible. You can live a life where you don’t spend your days thinking about food, feeling guilty after eating or living the cycle of chronic dieting.
Binge Eating Urges
Feeling the urge to binge eat can be an overwhelming feeling. It can feel like it comes out of no where. When you’re driving, when you get home from work or late at night. In therapy you can learn what is triggering the urges and how to surf a binge eating urge.
Often dieting and restricting lays the foundation for your body to want to binge eat. Binge eating has nothing to do a with lack of will power or lack of discipline. It’s often your body’s natural response to chronic dieting and restricting.
If you are looking for resources such as podcasts and books to begin learning more about binge eating I created a quick PDF to get you started. Binge Eating Help Guide
What Does Therapy for Binge Eating Involve?
- Identifying patterns to your binge eating.
- Identifying triggers and “red zones” where binge eating is more likely to occur.
- Eliminating any emotional or physical restricting that is causing the binge eating to occur.
- Working through any underlying emotions that accompany binge eating (such as what emotions are being numbed).
Binge Eating, Body Image and Anxiety
Binge eating can sometimes be accompanied by a variety of things such as poor body image, anxiety and depression. In therapy you are able to address the underlying causes of the binge eating, while also learning coping skills and causes of the binge eating.
Your Binge Eating Disorder Therapist, Danielle Swimm
Danielle has a passion for helping others feel relaxed around food again.
You don’t have to live your life suffering from a binge eating. Learn more about Danielle and her approach to therapy.
Check out the Annapolis therapy office.
Resources For Binge Eating