Interventions for Eating Disorders
Eating disorders are often coping mechanisms for deeper problems too difficult to address directly. Through exerting absolute control, one may feel as though they have more control over the more unmanageable aspects of life.
Though people typically picture those afflicted with eating disorders as young women in adolescence, older women and men of all ages can and do develop eating disorders. Additionally, though anorexia and bulimia are commonly known eating disorders, over-exercising, anorexia, binge-eating disorder and others can also afflict people of any age and gender.
In 2005, Assistance in Recovery in concert with Monica M. Baracht, pioneered the model for non-confrontative intervention that has become an industry standard.
These disorders can be overcome with correct help. Through eating disorder intervention the afflicted individual and their family can begin the difficult process of healing.
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