What Eating Disorders do we treat?
Typically, people with eating disorders are thought of as either emaciated or morbidly obese individuals.
The reality is, it is impossible to tell someone's level of health by their body size or shape.
A great number of people with eating disorders typically fall within a healthy weight range.
There are 7 different eating disorder diagnoses; only one of them has a criteria relating to weight.
The diagnoses for eating disorders over time are steadily becoming more specific. Below is a brief overview of common eating disorders both recognised and regarded as likely inclusions in future editions of the DSM5 (the universal diagnostic manual for mental health).