Are you concerned that your relationship with food is disturbed, out of control, or dysfunctional? Does the way you eat or the planning of your meals cause you or others around you distress? You may be struggling with an eating disorder. Eating disorders can include a broad spectrum of eating behaviors and relationships with food that may or may not always look like the sensationalized depictions of eating disorders in media. If you are concerned that you or someone you know may be suffering from an eating disorder or simply “disordered eating,” we are pleased to offer the evaluation and medical and psychosocial treatment services of our own Dr. Carolyn Ross, M.D. Dr. Ross has years of experiencing helping people recover from eating disorders and she is the author of three books; the latest is The Food Addiction Recovery Workbook. Dr. Ross is the CEO of The Anchor Program™, an online coaching program for food and body image issues.