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Importance of Individualized Binge Eating Disorder Treatment

August 8, 2017

Binge eating disorder (BED) continues to impact millions of individuals in the United States alone, affecting more people than anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa combined [1]. However, many of the individuals who suffer from BED are not connecting to the […]

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Motivation to Recover: Adolescent Research on Anorexia

August 7, 2017

For adolescents who struggle with anorexia nervosa, understanding motivation to change and recover can be helpful in the treatment of the eating disorder, particularly for professionals and clinicians who are engaging with this population. Currently, the Anorexia Nervosa Stages of […]

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Embarking on Mission Trips as an Eating Disorder Survivor

August 6, 2017

Whether through a church, non-profit organization, college or for humanitarian purposes, mission trips can be a powerful way to give back to a community through volunteering time and effort. Helping others who may be less fortunate through tangible and practical […]

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How to Use ED Treatment as Launch to a Stronger Family

August 5, 2017

Contributor: Michelle Wells, Remuda Ranch Alumna. When my friend told me that her teenage daughter entered an intensive outpatient program for the treatment of anorexia, I hugged her, and then I congratulated her. “This is great news,” I said. A […]

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Teen Athletes & Anorexia: Concerns for Parents and Coaches

August 5, 2017

Teen athletes who are dealing with anorexia nervosa face considerable challenges with their physical and mental well-being. Parents and coaches who are more involved with a teenage athlete can play an instrumental role in awareness and early interventions, particularly as […]

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Body Image: Keeping Nutrition Important

August 4, 2017

When it comes to nutrition, there is a plethora of misinformation circulating the mass media. With talks of the latest diet fads or magazines promoting the magic food for “instant” ‘weight loss, it is no wonder that people are confused […]

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When Eating Disorder Treatment is Necessary for Relapse

August 4, 2017

Relapse is often a natural part of eating disorder treatment. It can be difficult to readjust to everyday life and return to your life and work schedules after being discharged. However, being able to maintain your recovery process, nutritional needs, […]

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Addressing Self-Injury in Eating Disorder Treatment

August 3, 2017

Contributor: By Rachael Clauson, MAAT, Eating Disorder Specialist, Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center An eating disorder is often a paradoxical phenomenon, meaning “for all the problems it creates, is an effort to cope, communicate, defend against, and even solve other […]

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To The Bone: Controversy, Conversation, Eating Disorder Hope

August 2, 2017

There has been a lot of buzz surrounding Netflix’s new film To The Bone, written and directed by Marti Noxon and starring Lily Collins.

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Orthorexia – The “Clean Eating” Disorder

August 2, 2017

Sponsored by Magnolia Creek “Clean eating” is a popular term used today to describe a form of “healthy” eating, but there is a dark side to this eating trend. While on the outside, “clean eating” appears to describe a form […]

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