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Find hope. 888-364-5977

  • Do you think you’ve lost control over how you eat?
  • Do you ever make yourself sick because you feel uncomfortably full?
  • Do you believe you are fat, even when others say you are too thin?
  • Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your life?
  • Do thoughts about changing your body or weight dominate your life?
  • Are shared meals difficult because of your eating behavior or comments about food, eating, or body image?
  • Are you or others worried about your weight?

In this informal survey, 2 or more “yes” answers strongly indicate the presence of disordered eating. Get help now.

(Adapted from the Scoff Questionnaire by Morgan, Reid & Lacy-BMJ, 1999.)
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Eating Disorder Self-Assessment Quizzes

Considering treatment for an eating disorder? Concerned that your loved one needs eating disorder treatment? You might feel overwhelmed. Or you might feel like now is the perfect time in your life to take this on. Either way, you’re not alone. We are here for you.

Take the first step now. Answer a few questions and reflect on your responses.

Start The Journey To Recovery Now

If you even guess that you or your loved one might need help, please call us today 1-888-EMILY-77 (1-888-364-5977) or schedule an eating disorder assessment online. There is help. And hope.

Eating Disorder Self-Assessment Quiz For You

Eating disorders affect people of any age and gender. How can you tell if you have a problem with food or eating? Use this self-assessment tool as a guide.

Answer these 6 questions honestly:

1. Do you feel like you sometimes lose or have lost control over how you eat?

2. Do you ever make yourself sick because you feel uncomfortably full?

3. Do you believe yourself to be fat, even when others say you are too thin?

4. Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your life?

5. Do thoughts about changing your body or your weight dominate your life?

6. Have others become worried about your weight?

In this informal survey, 2 or more "yes" answers strongly indicate the presence of disordered eating.

Adapted from the Scoff Questionnaire by Morgan, Reid & Lacy-BMJ, 1999.

Start your journey to recovery now

You can make peace with food. Learn more about our personalized treatment plans. Call us at The Emily Program today 1-888-EMILY-77 (1-888-364-5977) or complete our online form to begin the eating disorder assessment process. There is help. And hope.

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Eating Disorder Quiz

Considering treatment for an eating disorder? Concerned that your loved one needs eating disorder treatment? Take the first step now. Answer a few questions and reflect on your responses. Take the quiz.

Eating Disorder Self-Assessment Quiz For Parents

Children as young as six have been diagnosed with eating disorders. How can you tell if your child or teenager has a problem with food or eating? Use this self-assessment tool as a guide.

Answer these 7 questions honestly:

1. Does it seem to you that your child has lost control over how they eat?

2. Does your child ever make themself sick because they feels uncomfortably full?

3. Does your child believe they are fat, even when others say they are too thin?

4. Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your child’s life?

5. Do thoughts about changing their body or weight dominate your child’s life?

6. Are shared meals difficult because of your child’s eating behavior or comments about food, eating, or body image?

7. Are you or others worried about your child’s weight?

In this informal survey, 2 or more "yes" answers strongly indicate the presence of disordered eating.

Adapted from the Scoff Questionnaire by Morgan, Reid & Lacy-BMJ, 1999.

Start the journey to recovery now

When a child struggles with an eating disorder, the situation affects the entire family. At The Emily Program, we use Family-Based Therapy, including the renowned Maudsley Approach, for developing personalized treatment plans for children and adolescents, involving parents, siblings, and other family members in the recovery journey. Learn more. Call us today 1-888-EMILY-77 (1-888-364-5977) or complete our online form to begin the eating disorder assessment process. There is help. And hope.

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Eating Disorder Quiz

Considering treatment for an eating disorder? Concerned that your loved one needs eating disorder treatment? Take the first step now. Answer a few questions and reflect on your responses. Take the quiz.

Eating Disorder Self-Assessment Quiz For Adult Family And Friends

Eating disorders do not discriminate. People of all ages and genders struggle with food. How can you tell if your friend, spouse or partner, adult sibling or other family member has a problem with food or eating? Use this self-assessment tool as a guide.

Answer these 7 questions honestly:

1. Does it seem to you that your loved one has lost control over how they eat?

2. Does your loved one ever make themself sick because they feel uncomfortably full?

3. Does your loved one believe they are fat, even when others say they are too thin?

4. Do food and/or thoughts about food dominate your loved one’s life?

5. Do thoughts about changing their body or weight dominate your loved one’s life?

6. Are shared meals difficult because of your loved one’s eating behavior or comments about food, eating, or body image?

7. Are you or others worried about your loved one’s weight?

In this informal survey, 2 or more "yes" answers strongly indicate the presence of disordered eating.

Adapted from the Scoff Questionnaire by Morgan, Reid & Lacy-BMJ, 1999.

Start the journey to recovery now

Eating disorders can be frightening, baffling, overwhelming, and frustrating. And they rarely fix themselves. Learn more about your role in your loved one’s journey to recovery. Call us at The Emily Program today at 1-888-EMILY-77 (1-888-364-5977) to learn more about our services. There is help. And hope.

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Eating Disorder Quiz

Considering treatment for an eating disorder? Concerned that your loved one needs eating disorder treatment? Take the first step now. Answer a few questions and reflect on your responses. Take the quiz.

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