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One of the challenges of finding out your child has – or might have – an eating disorder is that you cannot stop time. Life often has to continue. You spend every day worrying about your child’s mental and physical health, but time will continue to pass, and you may find yourself in a situation where your child is on their way back to school with new teachers, new notebooks, and an untreated eating disorder.

But there’s a problem: your child is not going to grow out of their eating disorder, and it’s not going to go away on its own. School is important, but when your child is in school, they have even less supervision, more social pressures, and less time in the day for you to give them the care they need. In addition, eating disorders will affect your child’s ability to focus, and their academics may struggle as a result.

That is why the time to proactively and thoroughly address your child’s eating disorder is not “soon” or “someday” or “when you find someone that can help.” The time to address your child’s eating disorder is now.

A Better Life, Faster

The sooner someone receives help, the greater the likelihood of a full recovery and the better their quality of life. But you’re busy. Your child is busy. Time can pass quickly without your child receiving the help they need.

That’s how I help.

My role is to save you some of the time and frustration of managing all of the different overwhelming options for eating disorder treatments there are here in NYC and beyond. My role is to HURRY – to provide the urgency in helping you treat your child’s eating disorder so that you do not have to navigate this yourself.

As an independent treatment consultant specializing in eating disorders – and one that has extensive experience in the eating disorder space – I am able to provide an unbiased opinion of all the programs and work FAST to help you find the best treatment for your child’s struggles and get them the care they need as soon as possible.

Going back to school is not going to help your child’s eating disorder, but it will impact the time you have for them to get help. Let me take on this load, and get your child the help they need as soon as possible from experts that know how to support your family. Contact me today to get started.

Want more on what I actually do as an ED consultant? Check out this blog post:

What is Eating Disorder Treatment Consulting?