Meal Support is offered as an additional service to patients who experience disordered feeding patterns in the context of an eating disorder. Meal Support involves the co-experience of eating together so that reactions can be addressed and processed in real time. Together we work to understand the emotional experience and challenges connected with nourishment including food anxiety ("safe" foods, "good" vs. "bad" foods), hunger and satiety cues, rate of consumption, eating in public, ordering off a menu, and restricting, binging and purging behaviors.

Meal Support Therapy occurs in 45-90 minute individual and group sessions.