for teens and women struggling with eating disorders
Eating Disorder Recovery Therapy
As a team of therapists, we'll help you get to a place of restored health & relationship with food & body image. We will help you work towards self-acceptance and trust with your body. We are Health at Every Size Provider (HAES) & Body-Positive providers.
When starting a new therapy relationship, we will work to develop an atmosphere of warmth, safety, and trust. You'll have a non-judgmental, safe space to work on challenging your eating disorder even when it's hard.
We use eclectic evidence-based approaches, such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) from an informed approach, Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Exposure Response Prevention (ERP),and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT). You'll receive both accountability and compassion from someone who is 100% on your side!
Available for all residents of PA, NJ, FL, DE, and SC.
Having an eating disorder is hard, right?
Often you need support in between therapy sessions to help stay on track with your recovery journey.
Recovery coaching is a 30 or 45-minute check-in appointment that will help you gain skills to challenge your eating disorder voice and provide compassion and support in the process.
This can look like an “express” version of your regular therapy sessions, or it can be a check-in on how your week has been going. Recovery is coaching personalized to you because everyone’s recovery is unique.
Available to all US residents.
Mealtime can be a tough time for anyone with an eating disorder. Girl, we’ve got your back!
Meal coaching is 45-50 minutes and is designed to give you support throughout your meals. During these sessions, you can eat a meal with your coach right there in session to build support around the process or talk through your feelings about the meal. Meal Coaching also helps build resilience and strength around sitting with fullness and processing the discomfort.
If you are supporting someone else in their eating disorder recovery, this process can help you learn how to support them with nutritional information and supportive language.
Available to all US residents.
Trauma Therapy for Eating Disorders
One-fourth of all people diagnosed with an eating disorder will also have symptoms of C-PTSD. Sadly, it is often a co-occurring diagnosis.
We approach trauma with gentleness and compassion. Using a combination of breath-work, mindfulness, CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy), movement therapy, art therapy, and psycho-education, we'll work with you to process your trauma and start to embrace a life you love.
Available to all residents of PA, NJ, FL, SC and DE.
As you embark on your recovery journey, you’ll want to do everything you can to set yourself up for success so that you can begin living a life you truly love! A dietitian is an essential part of your treatment team.
This isn’t about having a meal plan forced upon you or counting calories and macros. This is about rediscovering the joy of food!
Nutrition services are available for residents of PA, NJ, DE, MD, SC, and FL
For those struggling with an eating disorder, online therapy can offer the necessary help and support for the recovery journey. Research has shown how online therapy can be just as effective as in-person therapy.
Recovered and Restored Eating Disorder Therapy Center offers online therapy sessions to all residents of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Florida, and South Carolina.
Our bodies and brains are naturally wired to want to be well. When we experience trauma or adverse life experiences, those experiences and memories can get locked in the brain. This can often lead to maladaptive symptoms. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapy that can help individuals process traumatic experiences, alleviate negative symptoms, and find relief and freedom in their lives.
EMDR is an evidence-based psychotherapy that is based on the model called Adaptive Information Processing (AIP). EMDR was developed over 30 years ago. It is often used for PTSD, but it’s also successful with other disorders such as anxiety, depression, OCD, eating disorders, chronic pain, addictions, grief, and other distressing life experiences.
for family members of those struggling
It is so hard to see your daughter struggling with an eating disorder! You might feel helpless and completely unsure of what to do.
Parent Coaching sessions are designed to help parents understand where their teen may be coming from and to help improve the family dynamics in the home. This also includes psycho-education to better understand eating disorders and other mental health disorders and how to support your teen in their recovery.
Make your home a supportive space for your loved one to recover.
Parent Coaching is available to all US residents.
For those struggling with an eating disorder, a good support system matters immensely!
When treating teens with eating disorders, family therapy often plays an essential part in recovery. Family therapy is an evidence-based intervention that can be used to support those that have a loved one struggling with eating disorders. It is often a very crucial part of your teen’s or loved one’s recovery.
In family therapy sessions, you will be offered information on how to support your loved one as they heal from their eating disorder. This will include but is not limited to improving family dynamics and patterns, setting goals, developing supportive language, and exploring your own relationship with food and body image.
As apart of these sessions we include psycho-education to better understand eating disorders better, because let’s be honest, if you haven’t experienced them yourself, they can be incredibly difficult to understand!
Family Therapy is available to residents of PA.
Fees for individual appointments vary depend upon whom you meet with, and start at $125 - $160 per session. You can learn about each of our amazing team members, their specialties, and fees here.
We do not accept insurance, and are considered an out-of-network provider.
Some insurances may still reimburse you fully or partially for mental health services. We can help you do this by providing you with a superbill.
To learn more about our team and how to work with us, send us a message: