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Charlotte Sandy’s Eating Disorder Recovery & How She Reclaimed Her Life – Part III

October 10, 2018

Charlotte Sandy’s interview with Eating Disorder Hope Founder Jacquelyn Ekern wraps up in this 3rd and final installment. Eating Disorder Hope is deeply appreciative to the social worker and blogger in discussing her experience with, and recovery from, an eating […]

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Charlotte Sandy’s Eating Disorder Recovery & How She Reclaimed Her Life – Part II

October 8, 2018

Eating Disorder Hope Founder Jacquelyn Ekern continues to discuss Charlotte Sandy’s Eating Disorder Recovery and how the social worker and blogger reclaimed her life in the 2nd of this 3-part series about her experience with, and recovery from, her eating […]

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EDH Weekly Hope: Mindfulness and Practical Application in Eating Disorder Recovery

October 4, 2018

At Weekly Hope, experts, clinicians, advocates and people with recovery stories from the wide spectrum of the eating disorder community are invited to share their stories, insights, and wisdom. In this week’s episode, we welcome Dr. Irene Rovira, the Psychology […]

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Charlotte Sandy’s Eating Disorder Recovery & How She Reclaimed Her Life – Part I

October 4, 2018

Eating Disorder Hope Founder Jacquelyn Ekern interviews social worker and blogger Charlotte Sandy in this 3-part series about her experience with, and recovery from, her eating disorder. Jacquelyn: Charlotte, can you please tell us a little bit about your background […]

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Protected: EDH Weekly Hope: A Look Inside the National Eating Disorders Association

October 3, 2018

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The Eating Disorder Recovery Process Isn’t Fake; It’s Practice

October 1, 2018

Contributor: Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LCPC, Eating Disorder Program Coordinator at Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center There’s a common phrase for early recovery, “fake it ‘til you make it” that basically means just do what you’re told until you eventually […]

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Best Practices for Effective Anorexia Treatment – Part VI

September 21, 2018

Expressive Therapy An essential part of expressive therapies is the idea that all individuals have embodiment and practice, that is, they experience their body in a different way. For example, an individual may experience their body differently when full or […]

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Best Practices for Effective Anorexia Treatment – Part V

September 21, 2018

Integration of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy CBT and ERP work effectively together and can be even more effective when integrated with Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Think of ACT as a possible supplement or adjunct to treatment methods that are already […]

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Best Practices for Effective Anorexia Treatment – Part IV

September 20, 2018

Treatment Methods for Anorexia Let’s begin this part of the discussion with effective treatment methods for anorexia nervosa with discussing family-based therapies and the Maudsley Method. The ideal candidates for this method are young and are within one year of symptom […]

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Best Practices for Effective Anorexia Treatment – Part III

September 20, 2018

Factors in Anorexia Treatment Relationships One very important component of key factors in anorexia treatment is that relationships are incredibly important. There is a high level of inhibition with anorexia and relationships, trust, and attachment can help to lower that inhibition. […]

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