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Recovery is generally thought of as a process in which a person returns to a healthful state and, in the case of a person with an eating disorder, this process should encompass the all aspects of the condition. Because eating disorders arise due to a multitude of factors, a multi-pronged approach is generally favored.

Recovery is generally thought of as a process in which a person returns to a healthful state and, in the case of a person with an eating disorder, this process should encompass the psychological, …
Nicole Roberge is an Eating Disorder Survivor, Mentor and Advocate. Her memoir, "Hang in There, Wher...
February 23, 2011 San Diego Chapter of iaedp Eating Disorder Awareness Week Free event open to the p...
I'd like to share some excerpts from an article by Scott J. Simmerman, Ph.D: Performance Management...
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A Video Update: On Learning to Breathe This video is taken from my video blog www.youtube.com/user/l...
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It is generally agreed that trust in the therapeutic relationship in one key to success with most pa...
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"When our heart is threatened we respond in one of two ways. We either run or-- We attack. There's a...
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CHICAGO — A new report on eating disorders cites data showing a sharp increase in children's hospit...
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One of the strongest predictors of dieting in pre-adolescents, adolescents and adult women is body d...
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Today, art psychologist and eating disorder specialist Lauren Stern is sharing on the blog today. As...
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"It seems as though everything you do for fun terrifies you, my friend Andy said to me one day. "Wh...