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App-based Counseling for Eating Disorders

The sooner you get help for your eating disorder, the sooner you can start living the life you want.

Eating Disorder Treatment (Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating)

Living with an eating disorder can feel like a daily tug-of-war, compounded by the anxiety of trying to hide your struggle. This constant internal conflict is so loaded with shame that it can affect your ability to participate in your own life.

Having an eating disorder does not mean there’s something fundamentally wrong with you. An eating disorder is a mental illness – and just like a physical illness, it requires treatment to get well.

We’re here to help.

Eating Disorder Treatment (Anorexia, Bulimia, Binge Eating)

Living with an eating disorder can feel like a daily tug-of-war, compounded by the anxiety of trying to hide your struggle. This constant internal conflict is so loaded with shame that it can affect your ability to participate in your own life.

Having an eating disorder does not mean there’s something fundamentally wrong with you. An eating disorder is a mental illness – and just like a physical illness, it requires treatment to get well.

We’re here to help.

Relationship Issues are Normal

Eating disorders are characterized by a severe disturbance in eating behaviors. Disordered eating behaviors include:

Severely restricting calories

Planning around your binges

Eating as a coping mechanism

Purging

Abusing laxatives

Severely restricting calories

Planning around your binges

Eating as a coping mechanism

Purging

Abusing laxatives

Types of eating disorders include:

Anorexia

Refusal to eat based on an obsession with losing weight

Bulimia

Secretive binge eating, followed by compensatory behavior like purging or excessive exercise

Binge eating

Eating and other problematic eating behavior

Anorexia

Refusal to eat based on an obsession with losing weight

Bulimia

Secretive binge eating, followed by compensatory behavior like purging or excessive exercise

Binge eating

Eating and other problematic eating behavior
Disordered eating behaviors tend to sneak up on you, and may initially seem like an occasional occurrence or something that’s not a big deal. But behaviors like binging, purging, restricting eating and otherwise ignoring your body’s cues aren’t healthy for you, and it’s never too early to talk to someone if you’re worried about your relationship with food.

Disordered eating, at its core, is a type of self-harm, and it’s usually used to cope with something. A therapist can help you understand and address the underlying problem that’s driving this behavior.

Getting Help is Easier Than You Think

If you’re worried about your eating behavior, your first step is to see a therapist. You may also need to see a dietician. Your therapist can help connect you with this and any other referrals you may need.

You don’t have to wait until you’re at a more critical stage to reach out for support. The sooner you get help, the sooner you can start living the happy, healthy life you want and deserve.

It gets better. You’re worth it. Talk to a counselor now.

How therapy works on Ayadi

Booking your session…

During your session…

1.Download Ayadi.

Download Ayadi’s client app on your iPhone or Android device.

2.Create your secure account.

All you need is an email. To protect your privacy, we won’t even ask for your full name!

Join your session.

When it’s time, check back into the app to join your session with a single click.

Switch on your video.

Switching on your video helps you connect better with your therapist. However, we always give you the option to keep your video off if it makes you more comfortable.

3.Get matched.

Speak to our friendly Ayadi care guides to get matched with a licensed therapist that suits your need.

4.Book your session.

Pick a time and book a live video session with your therapist.

Get notified when your session is ending.

A timer will run once your session begins, and you’ll be notified with a popup when you have 10 minutes left of the session.

Book your next session.

Therapy is often a process, and it may take several sessions to feel better. We recommend booking your next session in advance to build on your progress.

Booking your session…

1.Download Ayadi.

Download Ayadi’s client app on your iPhone or Android device.

2.Create your secure account.

All you need is an email. To protect your privacy, we won’t even ask for your full name!

3.Get matched.

Speak to our friendly Ayadi care guides to get matched with a licensed therapist that suits your need.

4.Get matched.

Speak to our friendly Ayadi care guides to get matched with a licensed therapist that suits your need

During your session…

Join your session.

When it’s time, check back into the app to join your session with a single click.

Switch on your video.

Switching on your video helps you connect better with your therapist. However, we always give you the option to keep your video off if it makes you more comfortable.

Get notified when your session is ending.

A timer will run once your session begins, and you’ll be notified with a popup when you have 10 minutes left of the session.

Book your next session.

Therapy is often a process, and it may take several sessions to feel better. We recommend booking your next session in advance to build on your progress.

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