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  • Writer's pictureDina Skaff

Journey to Recovery

Updated: Jul 27, 2022

Welcome!

If you are working on recovery from an eating disorder, struggling with disordered eating or challenges with food and body image, or trying to help foster a better relationship with food and body within your family, you are in the right place.


Hi, I'm Dina Skaff, Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. I have dedicated the majority of my career to working with individuals and families who struggle with eating disorders, disordered eating and challenges with food and body image.


The journey to healing the relationship with food and body is like a mountain. Looking at the mountain from far away, it seems like a smooth and easy climb to the top - always in an "upward direction". As one embarks on the climb, it is clear that, at times the terrain goes up, and at other times the terrain goes down. There are easier parts and more challenging parts.


Many climbers need support throughout the climb - someone to "throw down a line" when they get stuck, to help them to continue on their way. Needing support during this process does not mean the individual is broken... this is simply a part of the journey.


~ Dina Skaff, Registered Dietitian, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor


Who is this blog for?


This blog is for individuals affected by eating disorders, disordered eating and challenging relationships with food and body. It is geared towards those who are just learning about these struggles, those who are waiting for care, those looking for continued reminders and encouragement, those who are supporting others or those who are working to prevent these struggles in their families.


This blog is for information purposes only. It is not meant to replace medical care, therapy, or individual or group nutrition counselling and support.


You deserve recovery.

The journey to repairing the relationship with food and body is different for everyone. It can often leave individuals feeling alone, broken or undeserving of care. This is a reminder to all who are struggling, that you are not alone. You are not broken. You are deserving of care and of recovery.


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Thank you for including me in a part of your journey.



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