Eating Disorder Hope Virtual Conference IV: Eating Disorders, Addiction & Co-Occurring Issues
Welcome to Eating Disorder Hope ™!
We’re Glad You’re Here.
Eating Disorder Hope ™ is an online community that offers resources, education, support, and inspiration to those struggling with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, body image issues, and a myriad of other disordered eating behaviors. We understand that the person fighting disordered eating behaviors is not the only one suffering. This disease is affecting the whole family. This is why Eating Disorder Hope ™ was created so those suffering can find the help, care, support, and resources to help themselves and their loved ones.
Our resources include numerous blogs and articles written on disordered eating issues by therapists, doctors, psychiatrists, and other leaders in the field. Eating Disorder Hope ™ freely provides access to disordered eating treatment options, support groups, recovery tools, treatment programs, and so much more. Whether a person struggles with bulimia, anorexia, body image distortion, orthorexia, binge-eating disorders, or ARFID, help is available for you.
In January of 2005, Jacquelyn Ekern, LPC, Founder and President of Eating Disorder Hope ™ created and developed this informative website with the help and advice of colleagues, professors, psychiatrists, and other organizations specializing in disordered eating behaviors. Our ultimate goal is to freely provide access to as much valuable information as possible that can help a loved one recover from the disease of disordered eating behaviors.
Our purpose is to offer all of this valuable information in one place where the hope and support of ending disordered eating behaviors is encouraged. We also promote the healing and embracing of life while pursuing full and complete recovery from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, and other forms of disordered eating. The Eating Disorder Hope ™ mission is to foster an appreciation of a person’s uniqueness and true value in the world. We want disordered eating sufferers to learn that their worth is not related to their appearance, achievement or praise.