You need not walk this path alone
Welcome to this advocacy
site, designed to educate and mentor patients, parents, and
professionals to use themselves knowledgably and with
confidence as advocates for the recovery of these most
lethal of all mental health disorders….eating
disorders. The tools and strategies you will find here
WORK...they are the product of 45 years of my professional
experience treating eating disordered individuals and their
families. Eating disorders are fully curable in 80
percent of cases when recognized and treated in an effective
and timely manner. With recovery, individuals get their
lives back; parents and families get their loved one back;
treating professionals save lives and improve life quality.
Are you seeking treatment for yourself?
If you are already in treatment, might you be seeking a
more effective treatment team?
Do you need assistance in finding expert care?
Might you or your child have an eating disorder?
Are you at a loss for what to do? How to help your child
Are you aware that this is a potentially lethal problem
that requires immediate attention?
Do you need assistance in finding expert care to
compelled to refer your eating disorder treatment
cases out of your psychotherapy practice?
Are you seeking a deeper level of professional
expertise, skill-mastery and self-confidence in managing
the unique protocols of professional care for eating
If your answers to these questions are “Yes,” you have come
to the right place.
Whether you are a patient, parent or professional, this web site will increase your knowledge about eating disorders and provide the skills and strategies you need to heal them.
Specializing in the treatment of eating disorders, Abigail offers cognitive-behavioral, relationship- and family system-based psychodynamic treatment for adults, children, families and groups. Located in Highland Park, Illinois, she serves patients nationwide and internationally. In addition, Abbie provides consultation for parents and families of eating disordered patients in recovery, and for health professionals treating eating disorders.