Are you a parent of a child with an eating disorder? Having a child or loved one with an eating disorder can be frustrating. They aren’t the person they used to be and mealtimes have become chaotic and stressful. You’re probably feeling anxious, scared and alone. Nobody wants to see their loved one struggling, yet you don’t know how to help them get better. 

Nobody should have to watch their loved one suffer at the hands of an eating disorder. Let us help you feel competent, less stressed and at peace. Mealtimes can be enjoyable again. As the parent of a child with an eating disorder, we can teach you how to help your loved one interrupt their eating disorder behaviours and support them at meal times so they can nourish their bodies again. Here’s how:

1. Schedule an appointment with one of our clinicians.

2. Allow us to create an individualized plan for you and your loved one.

3. Let’s put the plan in action together.

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The ASPIRE Alliance

The Aspire Mentorship Program for Nutrition Students and Professionals is for you if you are: 

Aimee Tyler-Smith and Jillian Walsh are two Canadian Registered Dietitians who have successfully carved out their place in the dietetics realm and are both working in their dream careers. They’ve done the work to find their true passions and have learned to effectively set boundaries in order to protect their time and prevent burnout. And now they want to help you do the same. They will help you: