Bulimia Treatment

What is Bulimia?

Bulimia is an eating disorder that often begins during the teenage years, and includes a cycle of bingeing and compensatory behaviors, sometimes referred to as purging. These compensatory behaviors, which can include self-induced vomiting, are designed to reduce or undo the effects of the bingeing.


When Is Bulimia Treatment Appropriate?

Each woman struggling with bulimia may experience a different combination of symptoms and clinical needs. When a person is dealing with bulimia and it begins to interfere with their daily life, professional treatment at Moriah can help.

Bulimia can lead to serious complications, but it is treatable. Our program is designed to help support the healing process by creating the most effective treatment plan to address the client’s specific clinical needs. We work directly with each client, and their loved ones, to determine the best treatment goals and to help support long-term recovery.



What type of Treatment is best?

Each person struggling with bulimia has different clinical needs and we are dedicated to addressing those for each client. Treatment at Moriah is tailored to ensure the most effective combination to address eating disorder behavior and associated issues, while encouraging our clients on their journey.


Bulimia Statistics

At any given point, 1% of young women will meet the diagnostic criteria for bulimia.1

ABetween 1.1% and 4.6% of females will develop bulimia.1


  1.  Stice E & Bohon C. (2012). Eating Disorders. In Child and Adolescent Psychopathology, 2nd Edition, Theodore Beauchaine & Stephen Linshaw, eds. New York: Wiley.