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Avoidant & Restrictive Food Intake Disorder & Family Therapy

December 11, 2018

Contributed by Canopy Cove Family therapy is proven to be vastly helpful in treating numerous mental illnesses and eating disorders are no different. Avoidant and Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) is often experienced by children and, therefore, can be particularly helped […]

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Holiday Meal Time for Eating Disorder Sufferers in Recovery

December 10, 2018

Contributed by Canopy Cove The holidays are often pictured as a time of joy, peace, and merriment with happy families sharing idyllic gifts and gathering around a large table with an abundance of traditional holiday foods. However, the reality of […]

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Expressing Disorder: Journey to Recovery

December 6, 2018

“Expressing Disorder: Journey to Recovery” was once but a vision for filmmaker David Alvarado, who sought to instill hope for sufferers of eating disorders and their loved ones. Following this vision, he brought to life a unique and touching documentary […]

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Woman struggling with Health At Every Size and a Poor Body Image

Five Signs & Symptoms of Unhealthy Body Image

December 5, 2018

Contributed by Canopy Cove Body image is how you perceive your body when you look in the mirror or when you picture yourself in your mind. Unfortunately, many people have a poor body image. There are at least five signs […]

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The Gifts of Recovery

December 1, 2018

Contributor: Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LCPC, Eating Disorder Program Coordinator at Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center Experiencing the gifts of recovery are sometimes overlooked. The holidays are often a challenging time in recovery due to increased time with family around […]

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Guidelines Underestimate Antidepressant Withdrawal Effects

November 30, 2018

Dr. Mark Gold’s Research You Can Use Sign Up for Dr. Mark Gold’s “Research You Can Use” The systematic review, conducted by the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence, reported that half of the patients discontinuing antidepressants experienced antidepressant […]

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Gender Issues Related to Eating Disorders

November 30, 2018

As our society begins to explore further, and better understand, the spectrum of gender identity, we also begin to understand better how the gender issues impact an individual’s experience of the world and others around them. In relation to eating […]

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Woman concerned about eating disorder Relapse Support

Eating Disorder Relapse: It is Okay to Seek Relapse Support

November 29, 2018

Contributed by Canopy Cove The journey to full recovery from an eating disorder is a tumultuous, yet completely possible one. When entering eating disorder recovery, one often thinks that it is a step-by-step linear progression. The inner dialogue often resembles […]

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Girl fighting Eating Disorder Relapse

Eating Disorder Relapse: Five Steps to Regroup and Resume Recovery

November 29, 2018

Contributed by Canopy Cove Relapse is treated as a “dirty word” in recovery circles, leading to the stigma that an individual that has an eating disorder relapse has failed in some way. This is utterly untrue. Relapse rates are quite high […]

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Female Athletes and Anorexia in swimmers

Female Athletes and Anorexia: When to Seek Help

November 28, 2018

Contributed by Canopy Cove Female athletes are particularly vulnerable to developing an eating disorder more than females in the general population. While participating in athletics can be a great way to build self-esteem and promote positive wellbeing, the immense pressure […]

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