Eating Disorder Intervention
Eating disorders can be emotional and tough realities to deal with, but with the right support your loved one can overcome this increasingly common problem.
In his book JUST 10 LBS, Founder Brad Lamm explored the complicated relationship so many have with food – and steps to take to get help. Brad’s work with eating disorder clients deepened with the documentary series he created and produced with Oprah Winfrey, Addicted to Food.
We recognize that an eating disorder is a real challenge, and rather than focusing on the eating itself and trying to replace it with diet and exercise, we address the situation with a broader scope of action. Best practices have proven that addressing the whole person, mind, body, and spirit, has an impact on the success of treatment and lifelong recovery from an eating disorder.
It can be challenging to help a loved one struggling with an eating disorder.
A behavioral health crisis don’t discriminate and it has an impact on more than just your loved one. People who struggle with addictive behaviors are often in denial about their situation, and usually unwilling to seek treatment. Most times they can’t see the negative effects their behavior has on their own lives, much less the lives of those around them including children, siblings, spouses, partners and parents.
A professional eating disorder intervention can be a powerful way for a family member, colleague or friend ignoring or denying their current realities, to begin change.
We combine our proprietary intervention method, called the Breakfree Intervention, with our unsurpassed reputation in the field of crisis intervention as being ethical, effective, and professional. Our Fair Care Promise services come complete with a qualified interventionist and a comprehensive family service plan to ensure your loved one and your family moves onto a path to change your lives. For good.
We help families do what you can’t do on your own. With respect, love and hope.