Get help for your eating disorder from your phone

If you’re struggling with disordered eating, like binge eating disorder, anorexia, or bulimia, discreet digital help is here. Receive eating disorder treatment on your phone from the privacy of your home.

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Telemedicine eating disorder treatment from compassionate therapists

If you’re struggling with disordered eating, you’re not alone. At least 30 million people of all ages and genders are affected by eating disorders.

With our treatment, it’s possible to recover from anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating disorder. Simply work with our compassionate counselors to change your relationship with food.

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Eating Disorder Self-Assessment Quiz

Eating disorder test

Take our self-assessment to find out if you may have and an eating disorder and if Workit Health is the right fit for you.

This tool should not be used as a replacement for a clinical diagnosis.


Frequently Asked Questions

Workit Health’s eating disorder program supports you to work through therapeutic courses which combine the latest research on eating disorders with therapy techniques like motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and dialectical behavioral therapy. We worked with experts and advisors to ensure each quick course offers practical takeaways for the real world.

Anorexia nervosa and bulimia are both eating disorders in which a person tries to control their weight in ways that can harm their mental and physical health. People with anorexia or bulimia may fixate on weight and focus on body image. A person with anorexia may limit their food intake, practice extremely restrictive diets, and/or over-exercise. A person with bulimia may binge eat followed by episodes of purging by vomiting or using laxatives.

The primary characteristic of binge eating disorder is overeating without purging. People with binge eating disorder may feel they can’t stop themselves from binging. People with binge eating disorder may find themselves eating large amounts of food when they’re not hungry, or binge eating alone because they’re embarrassed to let others see how they eat.