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We have created a directory of non-diet, Health at Every Size (HAES) professionals who work with parents to help them understand body hate, disordered eating and eating disorders. We create a lot of resources for parents, but at the end of the day, you may still benefit from speaking with a professional who can talk to you about your unique family situation. You may also struggle with your own food and body issues and need some help.
This directory of professionals and treatment centers have self-identified as non-diet, anti-diet, and Health at Every Size oriented. They have told us that they are currently accepting clients and can work with parents and help parents support a child's food and body issues.
Find a local Health At Every Size (HAES) non-diet dietitian who can help you with your own food and nutrition concerns. These professionals can also help you navigate your child's food and nutrition concerns and teach you to feed your family without fear.
Find a local therapist who can help you navigate your own food and body issues. These therapists are experienced in working with adults who struggle with body hate, disordered eating, and eating disorders. They can also help parents who are participating in their child's recovery from these conditions.
Here are some articles to help you as you navigate getting professional support.
Four professionals you need on your team when your child has an eating disorder
As you face the immediate future of figuring out how best to move forward, here are the four professionals we recommend you consult. READ MORE
7 steps to find a great therapist for your child who has a mental health condition
If your child is facing a mental health condition like an eating disorder, suicidality, self-harm, substance abuse, anxiety or depression, it's easy to feel overwhelmed. READ MORE
When parent and child both have an eating disorder
We often hear about parents who have a child who is diagnosed with an eating disorder and, once they understand the symptoms, realize that they fall within the eating disorder spectrum, too. READ MORE