Eating Disorders

What is the nutrition care philosophy of the SCNC?

Strength
Nutrition provides the underlying strength to fully engage in treatment, speed physical healing, overcome daily challenges, and achieve individual life goals.

Collaboration
Nutrition care for eating disorders is a unique, collaborative process. You, your RDN, and each member of the multidisciplinary care team will work together toward your recovery.

Confidence
Confidence in meal planning, food shopping, dining out, and eating in social situations is essential for lasting recovery.

Freedom
A variety of evidence-based tools are used to help you achieve a balanced, flexible, and ultimately autonomous relationship with food.

Why choose the SCNC?

  • Seven Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDNs) with advanced degrees and specialized training in eating disorders.
  • Specific expertise in associated and co-occurring concerns including female athlete triad, digestive disorders, food allergies, and vegetarian nutrition.
  • The most current, evidence-based, outpatient and transitional nutrition care practices.
  • Strong relationships with eating disorder treatment centers locally and across the country.
  • SCNC is part of Boston University, a leading research institution with undergraduate and graduate programs in nutrition.

Our RDNs are participating providers for:

  • Aetna
  • Aetna Student Health
  • Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Tufts Health Plan
  • United Healthcare

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