Bulimia Treatment

Intervention for Bulimia

Eating disorders which include bulimia are becoming more prevalent in our society. The reason for this is an increasing amount of stress, and an unrealistic view of how women should look. Many people feel as though they do not measure up to society’s standards, and they are looking for a way to get control of their life. We do not develop healthy coping strategies to deal with stress, and our expectations of one another are not always realistic. This increase in conditions such as bulimia cause us to need new and innovative interventions that work.

Do you have a loved one who is suffering and in need of an Intervention for Bulimia? If they are bulimic, they are most likely in a great deal of emotional pain. Despite this pain, be prepared they may be reluctant to participate in an intervention. As part of a Bulimia Intervention your loved one will receive:

  • Repeated invitations to their intervention.
  • An individualized intervention and treatment plan.
  • Our support as we walk you and your loved one through the intervention and recovery process.
  • And most importantly, your love and support as they work through the recovery process.

We will begin the intervention process by simply inviting your loved one to an intervention. If they refuse, then we will continue to lovingly invite them to participate and plan a course of action appropriate for their situation. Together, we will assure them we wish to show them compassion and support as they undergo recovery from bulimia.

Intervention for Bulimia

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Bulimia is an eating disorder where a person with this condition will often experience fits of binge eating, usually followed by vomiting to rid the food from the body before it is absorbed.  This cycle can repeat several times a week, or several times a day.

Bulimia Nervosa is not considered as life threatening as Anorexia, but does often need treatment and therapy to address the issues of impulsive behaviors. My Bulimia Interventions are a proven first step to recovery.
"Brad Lamm's step-by-step approach empowers familes to change their loved ones through compassionate
and continued support."

-Dr. Mehmet Oz
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“When my daughter was in high school she seemed to be the model kid. She got good grades, was beautiful and everything a parent would want their kid to be.

I had never  thought she was the slightest bit overweight, but apparently she did. She had been trying to lose some weight and discovered binging and purging through a couple of friends who said it was an easy way to lose weight.

When we found out we didn't know where to turn. She just wasn't seeing the consequences of what she was doing to herself and her body. This intervention was our only hope, and thankfully, it worked for our daughter.

I had never realized that an intervention could be used for an issue like this. It is still an uphill battle, but thankfully a battle my daughter is now willing to fight."

-Diana L.
This Page Was Updated On: 5/6/2014
Bulimia Interventionist

Brad Lamm founded the Change Institute in 2008 because he saw a need for a different approach to the treatment of detrimental behaviors and conditions. He has both the personal and professional experience as a board registered interventionist to help you recover from bulimia. His approach as a Bulimia Interventionist includes:

  • Intervention and treatment that supports the needs of the individual.
  • Proper assessments to develop an individual plan of action.
  • The support of family and friends.

I have the personal experience to understand your struggle with bulimia because it was once a struggle of mine. Having been through the full recovery process of this condition, I know that treatment tailored to you and the support of loved ones are two of the most important aspects of recovery.

I also know that if you are bulimic, you are suffering from a great deal of emotional pain. Remember, you do not need to continue suffering, and you do not need to face recovery without support because you will have my support and that of the people who love you very much.

You have already taken a very important first step to help the one you love just by being here. Please take the next step now, by contacting me for a free consultation.
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There is no one single cause for bulimia, which means there is no one treatment and recovery plan that works for everyone. One of the many benefits of making family members and friends a part of the intervention process is the valuable information they contribute to an individualized treatment plan.

It can be hard for someone in the midst of an engrossing condition such as bulimia to see clearly, but if there is someone close to them present at the intervention they can help provide this insight.
I understand that you, as family and friends, may have been hurt by your loved one’s behavior and you have thoughts and feelings you need to share. This is why I am here to support everyone involved in the intervention and facilitate healing and recovery for all. An intervention is a safe and secure place to share emotions and thoughts, and judgment will not be part of the process.

If you are bulimic, then you may be too deep inside your condition to either desire help or except an Intervention for Bulimia. Remember that the friends and family who invite you to an intervention love you and do not want to see you suffer anymore. Bulimia has detrimental effects causing mental, emotional, and physical distress in the body. You do not need to continue to live with bulimia because you have our support to help you overcome this condition. It will not be easy, but you will not be alone during treatment and recovery.

Bulimia Treatment

Someone with bulimia will need a team of people to help them recover during Bulimia Treatment. This team includes family, friends, a therapist, and a dietitian. They will also need a treatment plan that is tailored to their needs. In order to create this plan, we will use the valuable information gained during Bulimia Intervention and other assessments.

Commonly, Bulimia Therapy is the main form of treatment. During therapy you will gain the skills you need to:

  • Identify negative thoughts and behaviors, and how to develop healthy thought patterns leading to healthy behaviors.
  • Cope with stress so when you feel out of control, you are able to utilize healthy behaviors and not unhealthy coping mechanisms.
  • Solve everyday problems in order to reduce stress.
  • Develop communication methods that allow you to restore broken relationships.

Another aspect of Bulimia Treatment may require a dietitian to develop a nutritional plan that restores your loved one back to health. They will also teach you about good nutrition so you are able to create your own nutritional plans and foster healthy eating habits.

Bulimia Recovery

Recovery from bulimia will require all of your strength and it will be difficult, but you will not be alone during this process. You will be surrounded by a team of people who care about your well-being. With family, friends, and Bulimia Therapy, you will feel no lack of support and love. Intervention is only the beginning of the journey and treatment is the hard work you go through on the way to Bulimia Recovery.

Recovery may be ongoing, and you may struggle with bulimia for a lifetime. The difference is that, once you have done the hard work and learned healthy coping skills, you can carry them with you your entire life.

You have already taken a very important first step to help the one you love just by being here. Please take the next step now, by contacting me for a free consultation.
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