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Treatment for eating disorders is highly specialized and typically incorporates several components to address both psychological and physical issues. Treatment typically includes various forms of therapy, education, and medication, and can be completed in an inpatient or outpatient environment.

Family therapy is also an important part of eating disorder treatment. Those who are closest to you need the right education to understand how to best support you during your recovery. In addition, family therapy can help you uncover any underlying issues that may have led to your disordered eating in the first place.

Virtual eating disorder treatment is now a viable option. Virtual treatment offers the convenience and flexibility that inpatient and onsite outpatient treatment do not. You can remain in a familiar environment without disrupting your daily routine and obligations, yet still receive the eating disorder treatment you need to make lasting changes in your life. 

The first step is the hardest, but help is available and just a call away.

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