Anorexia Treatment

Intervention for Anorexia

If you are suffering from anorexia, then you see a distorted image of yourself, and not the person you should see when you look in the mirror. It is likely this image as well as other issues is causing you a great deal of pain. An Anorexia Intervention will help you:

  • Understand that friends and family love you and want to support you through intervention and treatment.
  • Understand the cause of your pain.
  • Recognize detrimental behaviors.
  • Find hope in treatment and recovery.

Intervention for Anorexia

Contact Brad Lamm
Anorexia Interventionist

Brad Lamm is a Board Registered Interventionist with years of experience helping many overcome their personal vises. He has first-hand knowledge of the emotions and thoughts that produce detrimental behaviors which is why he began the Change Institute in 2008. As an Anorexia Interventionist, he believes:

  • The key to recovery begins with the support of loved ones.
  • In Individualized Interventions that put hurting people on the road to treatment and recovery.
  • In proven and tested techniques he has developed to create changes in unhealthy behaviors.

It is likely anorexia comes from deep hurt and self-esteem problems. I understand this hurt because I struggled for years with self image, and the behaviors that resulted from this struggle. My journey lead me to become an Anorexia Interventionist so I can help others overcome their pain.

As an interventionist, I will help you understand how to overcome your condition. An intervention for Anorexia will be difficult, but remember it is the beginning of hope. After an intervention, you will need treatment including therapy.

Remember, you will have the love and support of any friends and family. It is invaluable that you have this team of people surrounding you as you enter treatment and recovery. I am confident that with time and hard work, you will succeed.

Please contact me as soon as possible for a free consultation so we may begin the path of healing by combining my knowledge and experience with your love for the person with anorexia.

Intervention for Anorexia | Anorexia Treatment  |  Anorexia Recovery

Anorexia is an eating disorder where a person refuses to eat because they see themselves as overweight, or they are afraid they will become overweight. Anorexia Nervosa is most often found in teenagers and young adults, making an Intervention a positive solution for change. Left untreated, the long-term exposure to improper nutrition caused by anorexic behavior can cause hormonal and metabolic disorders.

Anorexia is ten times more likely to occur with girls than boys. Recent studies have proven the average age for girls with anorexia has declined from ages 13 to 17, to 9 to 12.
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I felt so betrayed at first. I thought that this was the end of our family. My kids didn't understand what was happening. When my friend told me about this Intervention program, I was so desperate to find help, I called the same day!

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You may not believe an Anorexia Intervention is right for you, and wonder why your loved ones believe you do need one. It is important to realize there can be long term and life threatening affects which come as a result of anorexia such as vitamin deficiency, osteoporosis, and irregular heartbeat.

This is why if you are in need of help, it cannot wait. It is with my help, and that of loved ones that you will begin to see the need for treatment.
On the other hand, if you are hoping to plan an Intervention for Anorexia for a loved one, then be assured we will work together to decide on a unique approach. They will receive an invitation to an intervention which they may reject at first. Often times when a person is engaged in destructive behaviors they are not receptive to help, but with love and persistence we will work together to reach them.

Anorexia is a condition, but at the root of it is a cause. During an Intervention for anorexia, we will begin the process of figuring out the cause of your condition. I will do this by gathering thoughts from you as well as any family and friends who are present. Emotions may run high during an intervention, but it will not be a time of judgment. What it will be is a time where everyone present will share feelings in a safe and secure environment. It will also be the beginning of treatment and recovery.

What you will Gain from Anorexia Treatment:

  • The confidence you need.
  • The skills to cope with emotional, mental, and physical triggers causing anorexic behaviors.
  • Knowledge of how to eat and exercise in a way that is healthy.
  • Restored relationships with family and friends.

Anorexia Treatment

If you are anorexic, then you have a self image of yourself that is not correct. This affects many areas of your life including relationships with friends and family, physical well-being, and emotional and mental health. You are suffering inside and out, and you need to work through the affects of anorexia with a professional who has expertise in Anorexia Treatment such as a therapist or psychiatrist.

Anorexia Therapy is the most common type of treatment for anorexia. A therapist will help you work through the possible thoughts and feelings connected to your behaviors. They will also help you develop strategies to deal with these thoughts and feelings in a healthy manner. By dealing with your emotions and destructive thought patterns, you will create a better self image and learn self confidence.

Anorexic behaviors affects the whole family, and therefore, the whole family needs tools to understand treatment and how to best support their loved one. Family therapy allows the whole family to work through their thoughts about your condition as well as learn how to be there for you as you recover. Your family loves you a great deal, and they are there because they want to see you heal.

Another aspect of treatment is nutritional counseling. One of the most important aspects of treatment is restoring you to a healthy weight, which can only be done with a balanced nutritional plan containing the calories you need. A dietitian is trained to teach what you should eat in order to bring you to a healthy weight.

If your physical condition has deteriorated to the point where you need medical attention that cannot be given in an outpatient facility, then hospitalization may be necessary. This is for the good of your health and well-being. Depending on how long you remain in the hospital, Anorexia Therapy may begin while you are there.

Anorexia Recovery

Although treatment is a part of recovery, there will come a point where you will need therapy less often. This does not mean you will not struggle with the desire to engage in anorexic behaviors throughout life, but now you are better equipped to deal with them. I state this so you know what to expect and understand this is normal.

I also tell you this because it is important that during Anorexia Recovery you continue to maintain a strong support network. This may include the support of family as wells as continued Anorexia Therapy. The success of treatment will depend a great deal on the supports you build during intervention and treatment.

Please contact me as soon as possible for a free consultation so we may begin the path of healing by combining my knowledge and experience with your love for the person with anorexia.
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