Eating Disorder Treatment Centre

Eating Disorders

There are three main types of Eating Disorders: Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and binge-eating disorder. The signs of an eating disorder often start before a person looks unwell, so weight should never be the only consideration. (CMHA)

A Trauma-Informed Setting

Our clinicians have considerable expertise in the area of Eating Disorders. Victoria Wellness is a trauma informed setting, where clients are able to feel safe in their healing process, and treatment is individualized based on individual needs and history. We have a variety of individualized therapies, activities and meal plans to help you restore a long-term, healthy relationship with your body.

Anorexia Nervosa

A person who experiences Anorexia Nervosa may refuse to keep their weight at a normal weight for their body by restricting the amount of food they eat or exercising much more than usual. They may feel overweight regardless of their actual weight. They may think about their body weight often and use it to measure their self-worth.

Restricting food can affect a person’s entire body. Anorexia Nervosa can cause heart and kidney problems, low blood iron, bone loss, digestive problems, low heart rate, low blood pressure, and fertility problems in women. As many as 10% of people who experience anorexia die as a result of health problems or suicide.

Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa involves periods of uncontrollable binge-eating, followed by purging (eliminating food, such as by vomiting or using laxatives). People who experience Bulimia Nervosa may feel overweight regardless of their actual weight. They may think about their body weight often and use it to measure their self-worth.

Health problems caused by Bulimia Nervosa may include kidney problems, dehydration, and digestive problems. Vomiting often can damage a person’s teeth, mouth, and throat.

Binge-eating Disorder

Binge-eating Disorder involves periods of over-eating. People who experience binge-eating disorder may feel like they can’t control how much they eat, and feel distressed, depressed, or guilty after bingeing. Many people try to keep bingeing a secret. Binge-eating can be a way to cope or find comfort, and it can sometimes develop after dieting. Some people may fast (not eat for a period of time) or diet after periods of binge-eating.

Our Individualized therapeutic assessments are designed for each residential client

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