• We help parents become their child's most powerful resource for eating disorder recovery.

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    Parents of a child with eating disorders often feel lonely.

    Are you the parent of a child with an eating disorder?

    Does it seem like your family turned upside down overnight with this diagnosis?

    Are you struggling to know how you can help your child get out of this deadly illness?

    Have you tried everything you can think of to help only to be met with more angry outbursts, deceitful behaviors and self-loathing from your child?

    If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you have made the right choice by being here. Treatment for eating disorders is specialized. That means that professionals need advanced training beyond medical or psychological degrees to effectively treat these illnesses. If professionals need advanced training to understand and help resolve eating disorders, parents of these children do as well.

    Parents who are supported, informed, calm and resourceful are in the best position to help their child recover.

    Together we will work to equip you with the necessary tools to help you face and overcome your challenges. As a parent, you can play one of the most important roles in your child’s recovery. With the right skills and perspective, and an experienced partner who’s helped numerous families just like yours, you can become your child’s strongest resource for recovery, and strengthen your family in the process.


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    Parenting Through Eating Disorders

    Make strides with access and support to our eating disorder experts. Parenting Through Eating Disorders is designed to sustain change through knowledge and compassionate support.

    Interested parents should schedule time with one of our experts to consult about your needs and if our program is the right fit for your family. Please fill out a contact form to start this discussion.


    All counseling services are provided by our specialty eating disorder clinic, Whole Hive Counseling. Find us at www.wholehivecounseling.com


    Rebecca is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist and Supervisor (CEDS-S) who is certified through iaedp to provide supervision to licensed professionals seeking the CEDS certification.

    Gracie Evans is an approved LPC supervisor for clinicians in the state of Oklahoma.


    Parent Coaching Course

    Please use the form to the right to set up an interview for this program. Space is limited as we want to be sure we can fully serve each family we work with. We will have a short discussion to make sure we are a good fit and that we are the best resource for your family’s needs.

    Individual Coaching and Ongoing Support

    Available in bundles of 4 or 8 sessions, or at a per-session rate.


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    Rebecca Brumm, LPC, CEDS-S

    As a recovered clinician, Rebecca Brumm is passionate about healing the mind/body connection and the programming she creates reflects this philosophy.

    Though she has helped clients through a variety of challenges in her practice as a therapist since 2005, she specializes in helping people work on improving their body image and overcoming eating disorders. Her expertise in this area comes from a variety of perspectives. Rebecca served as the Clinical Director for a prestigious nationally recognized eating disorder treatment center and has been providing eating disorder treatment since 2008. She is a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, a Health At Every Size (HAES) practitioner, and she has a national health presenter for Cigna Health. Additionally, Rebecca earned the Certified Eating Disorder Specialist -Supervisor (CEDS-S) credential. This credential is a designation from the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals (iaedp) Foundation. It requires a rigorous set of criteria for the evaluation of education, training, knowledge, and experience in treating eating disorders. This specialized certification allows her to offer clients the assurance and confidence that the highest standards of care will be provided throughout all stages of treatment. The Supervisor designation allows her to educate and supervise clinicians seeking this designation to assure the standard of care in the field.

    For nearly two decades, she has experienced how a strained relationship with the body can negatively affect the quality of life. Rebecca is passionate about helping people develop self-compassion, connection, and acceptance. She believes learning to nurture a healthy relationship with one’s body can be transformative in someone’s overall quality of life. Rebecca also believes parents are in the best position to help their child recover and that they need their own support and nurturing in order to serve this role in their child’s life.


    “Rebecca is an expert in the treatment of eating disorders. She has clinical experience in the outpatient and inpatient setting and is a certified intuitive eating counselor. One of the things that makes Rebecca truly unique is her ability to recognize the big picture amongst the chaos. Rebecca does not lose sight of the forest for the trees. She has an unparalleled ability to stay focused on goals and what is truly important.”

    Grace Evans, LPC, CEDS, Therapy Manager, Laureate Eating Disorder Program

    “Rebecca sat in the muck with me and offered tangible and meaningful supportive actions. Her guidance ignited a powerful shift to the overwhelming and seemingly never-ending grief I was facing. For that, and many other reasons, Rebecca distinguished herself and the best mentor, supervisor, and co-worker I have had the honor of working alongside.”

    Martina Ricard, LMSW, Services Development Director, Partners in Change