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Do You Have an Eating Disorder? Take the Quiz

Concerned that you or a loved one might have an eating disorder? It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you don’t know what’s going on. You’re not alone. Take the first step and complete the Eating Disorder Assessment QuizTwo or more “yes” answers strongly suggests that you may be experiencing disordered eating. Please give us a call at 1-888-364-5977 or connect online to discuss your results.

Eating Disorder Assessment Quiz

If you or someone you know is concerned that an eating disorder is present, an eating disorder test or assessment can be a crucial first step in understanding the situation. Take the first step now. Answer a few questions and reflect on your responses.

  • For Myself

    Please answer the questions below honestly.

    Do you worry about your weight and body shape more than other people?

    Do you avoid certain foods for reasons other than allergies or religious reasons?

    Are you often on a diet?

    Do you feel your weight is an important aspect of your identity?

    Are you fearful of gaining weight?

    Do you often feel out of control when you eat?

    Do you regularly eat what others may consider to be a large quantity of food at one time?

    Do you regularly eat until feeling uncomfortably full?

    Do you hide what you eat from others, or eat in secret?

    Do you often feel fat?

    Do you feel guilty or depressed after eating?

    Do you ever make yourself vomit (throw up) after eating?

    Do you use your insulin in ways not prescribed to manage your weight?

    Do you take any medication or supplements to compensate for eating or to give yourself permission to eat?

    Do you exercise for the sole purpose of weight control?

    Have people expressed concern about your relationship with food or your body?

  • For a Loved One

    Please answer the questions below honestly.

    Do they worry about their weight and body shape more than other people?

    Do they avoid certain foods for reasons other than allergies or religious reasons?

    Are they often on a diet?

    Do they feel that their weight is an important aspect of their identity?

    Are they fearful of gaining weight?

    Do they often feel out of control when they eat?

    Do they regularly eat what others may consider to be a large quantity of food at one time?

    Do they regularly eat until feeling uncomfortably full?

    Do they hide what they eat from others, or eat in secret?

    Do they often feel fat?

    Do they feel guilty or depressed after eating?

    Do they ever make themselves vomit (throw up) after eating?

    Do they use their insulin in ways not prescribed to manage their weight?

    Do they take any medication or supplements to compensate for eating or to give themself permission to eat?

    Do they exercise for the sole purpose of weight control?

    Have people expressed concern about their relationship with food or their body?

  • For Healthcare Professionals

    Please answer the questions below honestly.

    Does your patient worry about their weight and body shape more than other people?

    Does your patient avoid certain foods for reasons other than allergies or religious reasons?

    Is your patient often on a diet?

    Does your patient feel that their weight is an important aspect of their identity?

    Is your patient fearful of gaining weight?

    Does your patient often feel out of control when they eat?

    Does your patient regularly eat what others may consider to be a large quantity of food at one time?

    Does your patient regularly eat until feeling uncomfortably full?

    Does your patient hide what they eat from others, or eat in secret?

    Does your patient often feel fat?

    Does your patient feel guilty or depressed after eating?

    Does your patient ever make themselves vomit (throw up) after eating?

    Does your patient use their insulin in ways not prescribed to manage their weight?

    Does your patient take any medication or supplements to compensate for eating or to give themself permission to eat?

    Does your patient exercise for the sole purpose of weight control?

    Have people expressed concern about your patient’s relationship with food or their body?


Why Take an Eating Disorder Test?

Understanding and acknowledging the signs of an eating disorder is the first step toward seeking help. By taking an eating disorder assessment, individuals can gain insights into their behaviors and determine if they align with common symptoms of eating disorders. This can be a valuable tool in deciding the next steps in one’s recovery journey.

Do I Have an Eating Disorder?

It’s a question many ask themselves when they notice patterns in their eating habits that cause distress or concern. The Emily Program’s quiz is structured to help answer this very question. By responding honestly to the questions, individuals can gauge the severity of their symptoms and understand if they might benefit from professional intervention.

Eating Disorders Treated at The Emily Program

The Emily Program is renowned for its comprehensive treatment of various eating disorders. With a team of seasoned professionals, the program offers care for individuals grappling with various food-related issues, including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, compulsive eating, Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders (OSFED), and Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorders (ARFID). Recognizing that each individual’s experience with eating disorders is unique, The Emily Program tailors its treatments to resonate with its clients’ specific needs, age, and health concerns.

Eating Disorder Treatments at The Emily Program

Understanding and addressing eating disorders requires a multifaceted approach. With its rich legacy in the field, The Emily Program offers a range of treatments designed to cater to the diverse needs of those affected. From in-depth assessments to determine the severity of the disorder to specialized care plans, the program ensures a holistic recovery journey. Whether seeking an initial eating disorder assessment or exploring treatment options, The Emily Program is a beacon of hope, providing the expertise and care essential for a successful recovery journey.

Get help. Find hope.