Hope Nutrition Therapy • Everett Eating Disorders







Treatment for Eating Disorders - Hope Nutrition Therapy

Eating Disorder Treatment

The main goal of eating disorder nutrition treatment is for you to live free, capable of returning to the world strong and empowered, unbound from the struggles that brought you through the door.

Nutrition Therapy

Nutrition therapy is individualized, creative, nurturing and dynamic, focused on healing your relationship with food, body image, exercise, and/or weight. Because these aspects of life have often been riddled with shame, guilt, and secrecy, we understand the importance of ensuring you feel safe, heard, and understood.

We strive to understand your eating and feeding relationship from birth to present. We use a trust-based model, working to reduce conflict and fear with food.

Through treatment, the rules and messages of the eating disorder or diet fade, giving way to the body's own inherent, unique wisdom and ability to internally regulate via appetite, hunger, and fullness. The amount of structure needed to reach this point varies depending on the extent of the eating struggles and how far you are from a place of internal regulation.

Pleasure-based, sustainable movement is incorporated. A competent eating model and intuitive eating approach accompany a Health at Every Size® informed treatment. From working at all levels of care, we understand the unprecedented value in augmenting individual sessions with didactic and experiential sessions, as you feel ready.

We have the utmost respect for those who embark on this freedom journey and understand that walking with someone through recovery is truly sacred ground. We are passionate about clients living free and know that this is possible. Treatment, therefore, is filled with hope.

Call #425-422-6782 or send a message for a free consultation.

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