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This 4-week program is designed based on the need for people to have support to stay 'grounded' and 'on track' in their recovery.  This program is designed to help individuals who are looking for support in addressing remaining or more ‘subtle’ symptoms of their Eating Disorder or disordered eating behaviours. 


Our GROUNDED program is designed to help individuals continue to strengthen their foundation so they can focus and heal all of the other areas impacted by their Eating Disorder. Proper nutrition, balanced exercise and rest are the main components of a strong foundation. When you have had an Eating Disorder or are a human living in this world inundated by diet culture, it's tough to have balance in these areas. This 4-week check-in program allows space to get back on track. 

Led By Tracey Harper with support from Carly Crawford and other CCP Therapists.

This program is designed for: 

We support all individuals who are experiencing eating disorders or disordered eating. Eating disorders can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, or sexual orientation and our program embraces cultural, racial and gender inclusivity. We strive to create a safe, respectful, trauma-informed therapeutic environment where everyone feels cared for and valued while working to create a full life.  


Think of this program as a "check in" an opportunity for you to see where you are with your thoughts, feelings and behaviours around food and weight. There are many functions behind disordered eating and eating disorders, it's easy for people to slip back into patterns of safety that may not be healthy for you. This program aims to help individuals check in around symptoms they may be worried about, recent challenges that may be coming up or a check point for individuals who may fear they are falling into disordered behaviour for the first time. 

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Why we recommend this program? 

Nutritional rehabilitation is a critical piece of healing from an eating disorder.Unfortunately we live in a world that is obsessed with diet culture which makes it very challenging for people to "stay in recovery". It's hard to stay on track and recognize when seemlingly innocent patterns may be taking over. 


Treatment and support for people with Eating Disorders is often reserved for people who are in a state of crisis. This check-in program allows space for vulnerability, a safe space to look critically at your day-to-day habits and behaviours free of judgment. 

There are far too many people accepting a "quasi" recovery because they may fear opening up a wound that is hard and scary to look at. We want to help you reach a calmer place in your body and mind.


Regardless of an individual’s weight, nutritional rehabilitation is a key element of eating disorder recovery. Your nutritionist will walk beside you and help you to establish a healthy relationship with food and your body. The hope is that this support will yield positive behaviour change and ultimately sufficient nutrient intake. 

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No Referral Required

There is no referral requirement and a diagnosis is not necessary to attend this program. We require that clients see their family physician or primary care provider and a therapist to ensure medical stability while working with us. 

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Individualized Care Plan

This program will provide clients with a comprehensive nutrition treatment plan tailored to their individual needs. 

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Our therapists work with you to heal underlying challenges that may have contributed to the eating disorder while supporting you in finding coping skills to navigate your present life.

The cost of seeing a psychotherapist is completely separate from the cost of this program. ​

What to expect each week?

            Nutritional rehabilitation involves eating an appropriate amount of food to meet individual health, development and activity requirements, eating a variety of foods from all food groups and responding to the body’s hunger and satiety cues. Nutritional recovery also involves eating with flexibility, eating at social functions and for enjoyment and pleasure.   The reason why someone struggles with an eating disorder is unique to them. This program will go through 4 hour long sessions designed to cover; gather a baseline of nutrition and activity behaviours, a review of common thoughts and circumstances that may be impacted your day to day symptoms, introduction of new themes and assessments based on your individual needs. 

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Length of Program 

4 weeks 

4 -1 hour appointments. 

 By signing up, you’re required to attend all sessions and all 4 sessions will be booked, paid for and committed to before your first session

Learn more

To find our more about this program and get a copy of the detailed program summary, please complete this form. The first step is booking an intake call. 

Thank you for your interest in our program, we will get back to you ASAP.

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