Avoidant restrictive food intake disorder, or ARFID, is a serious eating disorder that can lead to extreme weight loss and severe malnutrition. A relatively new diagnosis, avoidant restrictive food intake disorder is characterized by weight loss but doesn’t occur alongside distortions in the way the person views their body. Treatment is available for this disorder. Learn more about avoidant restrictive food intake disorder, how it’s different from other diagnoses like anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa, and how treatment can positively affect your recovery from ARFID.
Tapestry staff members bring decades of combined experience providing empathetic, effective treatment for eating disorders and behavioral disorders.
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Through years of experience, we know that these conditions are rarely isolated. We understand that disordered eating and co-occurring disorders are often the result of underlying mental health issues such as trauma, depression and anxiety disorders.
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