Eating Disorder Treatment in San Diego, CA

Work with San Diego’s Top Dietitian Nutritionists for Eating Disorder Treatment

Are you ready for compassionate and specialized nutrition care for your eating disorder?

Are you tired of obsessing about food and your body? Feel overwhelmed and confused about the conflicting advice around what it means to be healthy? Are you ready for a change and want to remove the guilt, anxiety and stress when it comes to eating?

We are here to help! At Nutrition Instincts, we utilize a non-diet, individualized approach to help you rediscover the joy and satisfaction of eating in a way that is nourishing to you!

Our team of specialized Registered Dietitian Nutritionists are here to support you move forward in your recovery, find peace with food, your body and most importantly yourself with eating disorder treatment in San Diego and online!

We provide eating disorder treatment in San Diego and online to all ages including kids, teens, and adults with:

  • Anorexia

  • Bulimia

  • Binge Eating Disorder

  • Orthorexia

Our team will help you remove the shame and guilt and break the cycle of compensatory behaviors by:

  • Collaborating with you to create an individualized meal plan that reflects your needs, goals, abilities and stage of recovery
  • Developing insight into your eating disorder behaviors, exploring their functions and getting curious about what support and skills are necessary to move you forward to a more adaptive way of navigating food and life
  • Building awareness around triggers and skills to navigate them
  • Increasing self-compassion, respect and care or your body

Our team of Registered Dietitian Nutritionists will help you to:

  • Break free from the diet – binge – restrict cycle
  • Stop calorie counting, compensatory behaviors and other food rules
  • Learn how your nervous system impacts your eating experience and use of behaviors
  • Remove food guilt and make peace with food
  • Trust your inner wisdom and learn how to respect your body
  • Learn what healthy really means and the truth about BMI & restrictive intake