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Lotus Flower

Eating Disorder Therapy




Binge Eating Disorder

Disordered Eating

Body Dysmorphia

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Welcome from our Founder,
Alison Ross, LMFT, CEDS

Learn about our unique eating therapy method that goes beyond talk-therapy to quickly shift self-sabotoging mindsets while rebalancing the nervous system to support eating disorder recovery.

What We Treat

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Bulimia is an eating disorder characterized by a cycle of binge eating and compensatory behaviors such as purging. Individuals with bulimia often consume large amounts of food in a short time, followed by feelings of guilt and fear of weight gain. They may resort to unhealthy methods such as vomiting, fasting, excessive exercise, or misuse of laxatives and diuretics.

Binge-Eating Disorder

Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is a serious eating disorder characterized by frequent episodes of consuming large quantities of food. Unlike bulimia nervosa, there are no attempts to compensate for the binges through purging or excessive exercise. BED is a mental health disorder that requires effective treatment strategies to address the eating pattern and associated distress.


Anorexia is an eating disorder marked by an intense fear of gaining weight and a distorted body image. It often leads individuals to self-impose starvation or engage in other methods to lose weight. It involves an extreme preoccupation with food, dieting, and body size and may also be accompanied by excessive exercise. Anorexia can lead to severe physical health issues.


Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is an eating disorder characterized by a lack of interest in food and avoiding or restricting certain foods based on sensory sensitivities, fears, or traumatic experiences with eating. Unlike anorexia nervosa, individuals with ARFID do not have a distorted body image.

Disordered Eating

Disordered Eating refers to a range of abnormal eating behaviors that do not meet criteria for an eating disorder diagnosis. These behaviors can include frequent dieting or overeating, anxiety associated with specific foods or meal skipping, weight fluctuations, and a preoccupation with body shape and size. Even though disordered eating might not meet the clinical threshold for an eating disorder, it can still be physically dangerous and mentally draining.

Body Dysmorphia

Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), is a mental health disorder characterized by the perception that some aspect of one's own body or appearance is severely flawed and warrants exceptional measures to hide or fix. This disorder can lead to severe emotional distress and may interfere significantly with daily functioning.

Help with Eating

A Non-Dieting Approach

A non-dieting approach to eating disorder recovery proposes a shift away from the influence of diet culture on your identity, body image, and eating patterns. It promotes a healthier relationship with food, focusing on internal cues of hunger and satiety, rather than external rules and restrictions. This approach encourages individuals to respect their bodies, honoring both health and taste buds while focusing on overall well-being, not just physical appearance or weight. It prioritizes self-awareness, self-care and self-compassion over rigid self-control. It supports a balanced, inclusive approach to nourishment, recognizing that all foods fit into a healthy lifestyle. This perspective can play a significant role in eating disorder recovery by helping individuals re-establish trust in their body's natural form, and it's signals and wisdom.

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Our Services

Shifting Mindsets. Training Brainwaves. Nourishing Bodies.


Unraveling the Tangle

At the heart of our therapy is compassionate, one-on-one talk therapy. We provide a safe and non-judgmental space where you can explore your feelings, fears, and hopes. Our experienced therapists will guide you in understanding the root causes of your eating disorder, helping you develop healthier thought patterns, coping mechanisms, eating patterns, and body image.

Nutritional Support


Treating the Nervous System

While talk therapy works with the client's conscious experience, neurofeedback works deep in the body settling and stabilizing the nervous system. This brainwave training technique promotes a more balanced and regulated nervous system, helping you manage your emotions, thoughts, and eating behavior. It improves emotional regulation, reduces stress, anxiety and obsessive thoughts, and fosters a greater connection to your appetite cues, and an abiding sense of inner peace.

Nourishing the Body & Mind

Eating disorders often result in malnutrition which has detrimental effects on sleep, mood, emotional regulation, cognitive function, appetite, and eating patterns. To promote recovery, it is crucial to restore a healthy nutritional status. Your therapist will combine evidence-based eating strategies with intuitive eating methods to support your overall health and foster a positive relationship with food. If you have a dietitian, your therapist will coordinate treatment with them, upon obtaining yours or your parent's written consent (for clients under 18 years).

Mindful Movement

Reconnecting with the Body

Exercise can become a tricky factor in eating disorders. However, mindful movement practices promote self-awareness, reconnection, and attunement with the body. Your therapist will help you find joy in movement rather than focusing on weight loss or appearance. And will teach you how to tune in to your body and recognize when it needs rest or nourishment rather than pushing through pain or discomfort.

“After a few weeks of neurofeedback and therapy I noticed that my mind had become quieter. It felt like someone turned off the mean voice in my head."


Benefits of Our Method

Mindset shifts from the diet mentality to a mentality of self-awareness and self-care.
Settling and stabilizing the nervous system to recover from the chronic stress of the diet mentality and lifestyle.
Regulating the appetite, digestion, metabolism, mood, energy, emotions to create the internal conditions that support healthy eating, weight, body image
Creating the mindsets, brainwave activity, and biorhythms that support health and wellness.
You deserve a stress and shame-free relationship with food and your body.
Reclaim that sense of wonder and appreciation for who you are.
You are worth it

Develop a mindset shift from diet mentality —> to self-awareness and self-care.

Recover from the chronic stress of the diet mentality and lifestyle.

Regulate appetite, digestion, metabolism, mood, energy, emotions to create the internal conditions that support healthy eating, weight, body image.

With cutting-edge technology, stimulate mindsets, brainwave activity, and biorhythms that support healthy eating patterns and body confidence.


4 simple steps to get started
Step 1
Contact us to book a FREE 15 min information call.

It’s the best way to know how we can help you.

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Step 2
Get matched with a therapist that fits your specific needs. 

We’ll support you each step of the way.

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Step 3
Meet with your therapist in-person or online in a safe, judgment free environment.

Work together to create a plan personalized to meet your needs.

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Step 4
Celebrate your success.

Lead a mindful life and feel like yourself again.

At Non-Dieting Health we know how deeply diet culture can impact the way we think about food and our bodies.

We provide fast, effective and cutting-edge therapy to support anyone suffering from an eating disorder or disordered eating.

This work results in deep healing that profoundly changes how you think and feel about food, your body and yourself - for good. 

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