Successful Eating Disorder Treatment Anorexia Bulimia

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Getting the right help for eating disorders isn’t easy.

Why you may ask? This is because most people relapse and suffer again, even after repeated treatment programs and hospital stays.  Medical literature often characterizes anorexia bulimia as “cunning” and “baffling.” It doesn’t have to be that way, but how do you find the best treatment possible?

I have been dealing with eating disorder people for many years and I have noticed that people who go to clinics feel OK while they are in the clinic or with the counselor but lose all sense of self-control when they are at home. They normally slip back to their bad eating habits in a matter of weeks even days after visiting medical professionals.

What has been proved to be helpful for these sort of people is an eating disorder home treatment program that a sufferer can follow at home (herself or with family).

One of the most successful programs I know is by Karen Philips her Home Treatment Program is called "Mom Please Help" designed for sufferers of anorexia bulimia.

Karen is a dedicated mother who successfully treated her daughter Amy for 11 years of eating disorder hell after all the conventional treatments for Amy failed.

She developed a step by step individual home treatment program: one for adults and one for under 18s. This eating disorder home treatment program has already helped many people to recover. Karen also does individual counseling for people who have read her book and she does it for free as her personal contribution to eradicating eating disorders.

In her book Karen tells you everything she did to treat her daughter. She also shows everything what works and what doesn't work in a successful eating disorder treatment process.
So, for those who have tried many methods to treat their eating disorder and failed Karen's book "Mom Please Help" will be a good alternative to try.

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