Eating disorder and disordered eating dietitian and nutritionist service, assisting clients in management and the recovery process.
Disordered eating is behaviour, thoughts and even emotions that revolve around food and unhealthy eating patterns, as well as excessive worries about one’s body image.
Unfortunately, disordered eating is relatively common and becoming increasingly more so.
Without a doubt, there is a difference between disordered eating and an eating disorder. Essentially, an eating disorder is a severe form of disordered eating.
Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating Disorder are just three examples of eating disorders. For more information, visit National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC).
To be diagnosed with an eating disorder specific criteria, including physical and psychological associations, need to be met.
Learning forms an integral part of the management of eating disorders and disordered eating. During the sessions with a practitioner you can:
In addition to seeking the help of a registered dietitian and nutritionist to help manage an eating disorder and disordered eating, it is important to consult other health professionals. We strongly encourage clients to work in conjunction with more than one health professional for best results.
Therapists, counsellors, psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists and family doctors can all lend their professional expertise in the journey to management and recovery.
Frequently, the recovery process is a long one, so it’s important to seek the assistance of qualified health professionals with the support of one’s family and friends.
JM Nutrition’s Registered Dietitian, Nataly Georgieva, specializing in eating disorders and disordered eating, as well as a number of other nutrition- and health-related concerns.
As a member of Weight-Inclusive Dietitians in Canada, Nataly uses a non-dieting approach when counselling clients who wish to repair their relationship with food.
Nataly’s interest in the area of disordered eating began while completing her Master of Science in Foods & Nutrition (MScFN) degree. During that time, she requested a placement in eating disorders as part of her dietetic internship, which was completed at Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences in the Eating Disorders Unit.
After reading the book Intuitive Eating by Elyse Resch & Evelyn Tribole, Nataly knew that working in disordered eating was her passion, as she, too, strongly aligns with the principles of intuitive eating.
Since then, she has expanded her training by attending webinars from various organizations such as Dietitians of Canada, Body Brave, and Weight-Inclusive Dietitians of Canada pertaining to diet culture, weight stigma, behaviour change techniques, and eating disorder support.
Nataly continues to pursue professional development through her volunteer work with the National Initiative for Eating Disorders (NIED) as a blog writer. Additional coursework that she is currently undergoing includes ED for RDs: Eating Disorder Education for Registered Dietitians.
Our dietitian who specializes in disordered eating services clients in-person from our central Scarborough location near Scarborough Shopping Centre.
In addition to servicing clients in-person at our Scarborough location, our dietitian who specializes in disordered eating also conducts sessions virtually with clients from across Ontario, using a number of video-conferencing platforms.
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