The Disordered Eating program supports youth aged 12 – 18 who struggle with all types of eating disorders and disordered eating.
We believe that within a supportive, non-judgmental environment we will develop a trusting and caring relationship with youth and their families. We provide client-centered counselling for the individual and the family in collaboration with local community resources as well as regional and provincial services.
Using a model of prevention, early intervention and treatment, this program focuses on both the psychological and nutritional aspects of disordered eating, while promoting the physical, emotional, social and spiritual well-being of our clients and their families. We value advocacy, mutual respect and open communication.
We accept referrals from anyone: young people, parents, school nurses or counsellors, physicians and other professionals.
The CMHA Disordered Eating Services are funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development.
To learn more, contact Erin Lindsay at (250) 746-5521 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on disordered eating you can visit The National Eating Disorder Information Centre or The Kelty Resource Centre which is a provincial resource centre working to link children, youth and their families with appropriate resources in all areas of mental health and addictions.