Eating Disorders are scary. With the lack of graduate training provided concerning eating disorders combined with the fact that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of psychiatric diagnoses, it's understandable that most clinicians are hesitant in treating eating disorders. This general overview will provide clinicians with helpful tips in the screening and treatment of eating disorders. Diagnostic criteria will be reviewed, along with common eating disorder behaviors, useful treatment modalities and interventions, and examination of the APA Level of Care Guidelines that can help keep both the patient and the clinician safe during treatment. Resources concerning further professional development and support will also be provided.