Eating Disorders


Do you find yourself:

  • Restricting  food intake  (eating very little, eating nothing, or trying to eat as little as possible)?

  • Binging (eating large quantities of food in a short period of time)?

  • Purging (using methods such as self-induced vomiting or laxatives to attempt to “get rid of” what you’ve eaten)?

  • Compulsively Overeating (eating even if you are not hungry) ?

  • Compulsively Exercising (exercising too much, too vigorously, or to the point where it is interfering with your life)?

  • Taking diet pills, laxatives, diuretics or other pills/ harmful substances to help you curb appetite or assist in purging?

  • Chewing/Spitting (putting food in your mouth, chewing it up and then spitting it out — this is another form of binging/purging)?

  • Drinking a lot of water, diet soda tea or coffee, chewing  gum continually, smoking, and/or taking caffeine pills as an attempt to control your appetite and feel more energetic?

If you have answered yes to any of these questions, you will benefit from seeing Sue at Clarahan Consulting.

When you decide to see Sue, what can you expect:

  • A Nutritional Assessment that will evaluate your current eating patterns and determine if your body’s nutrient needs are being met.

  • A Daily Eating Strategy developed with you based on specific needs for your body and physical activity.

  • Skills to begin to eat normally and challenge distorted thinking.

  • Techniques to once again read your body’s hunger and fullness cue’s.

  • Practical life skills such as menu planning, restaurant eating and grocery shopping.

  • Answers to any food and nutrition questions you may have.

How often do I need to see Sue?

It is recommended that you have at least 3 sessions. After that, you determine with Sue what your  future needs are and how often you should have a follow-up.