Stop Compulsive Overeating

We specialize helping adults and adolescents who struggle with Compulsive Over-Eating and Food Addiction recover from disordered eating through our unique outpatient combination of behavioral therapy and personalized nutritional counseling.

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Best Ways to Stop Compulsive Overeating

Find an experienced Dietitian/Nutritionist

Working with an experienced eating disorder dietitian who understands your individual needs and what triggers you to overeat.

Develop a healthy relationship with food

Diets don’t work in the long-run, but developing a system of eating that keeps you feeling satisfied and is balanced is the key to long-term success.

Work with a specialized Behavioral Therapist

An eating disorder therapist is a licensed counselor with no judgment who can utilize effective techniques to understanding and changing how you think and feel about your body, food and your relationship with others.

Learn how to break the cycle of compulsive overeating

Learning new skills that will help you shift your automatic behaviors around foods will help you free yourself from the struggle with compulsive overeating.

Behavioral Nutrition offers a team of caring therapists and dietitians, ready to help you succeed.

Achieve your healthy eating lifestyle today.

We accept most major Insurances and Health savings accounts.

Common Questions:

Is this a weight loss program?

No, our program does not focus on weight loss, we focus on helping clients to develop a new way to manage life- stressors and triggers which have led to the cycle of binge-eating. We focus on helping the client understand why they binge (using cognitive behavioral therapy) and developing effective coping skills (using dialectical behavior therapy) along with nutritional counseling to learn how to plan, pick and prepare foods for every meal and in every environment.

Behavioral Nutrition’s unique and effective combination of therapy and nutritional counseling helps clients finally learn how to break binge eating and yo-yo dieting cycles, which often leads to increased weight gain.

What can I expect from treatment at Behavioral Nutrition?

You can expect to work with experienced and passionate clinicians (i.e. therapists and dietitians) who work to develop a holistic strategy for your individual needs.

How long will I need to be in treatment?

It depends on how quickly you find that you are no longer engaging in binging behaviors. Weekly sessions with a dietitian and therapist focuses on decreasing the frequency and intensity of binging episodes, which can result in improved symptoms within months.