Overeating Treatment

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Typically, the first health care professional to diagnose Compulsive Overeating is a family doctor, pediatrician or internist. After an initial assessment, the person may be referred to either a specialist in eating disorders or an eating-disorder center, which usually provides such specialists as:

  • Psychiatrists
  • Psychologists
  • Clinical social workers
  • Nurses
  • Dietitians

EatingDisorders.com does not make recommendations for Compulsive Overeating treatment nor dispense medical advice; only a physician is qualified to determine the proper treatment for any patient. We present the following information for general education purposes only.

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