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Trauma & Eating Disorders: Which Should Be Treated First?

Trauma & Eating Disorders: Which Should Be Treated First?

Treating co-occurring conditions, like trauma and eating disorders, is a complex process. Here’s how to approach it.

What is Comprehensive Eating Disorder Care?

What is Comprehensive Eating Disorder Care?

Comprehensive eating disorder care is about treating the whole person, not just the eating disorder. Here’s what you need to know about it.

Before The Bell Rings: 5 Tips for Families with a Student in Recovery

Before The Bell Rings: 5 Tips for Families with a Student in Recovery

Going back to school can be stressful for students recovering from an eating disorder. Here’s how families can help build confidence.

In the Media | Women Speak Out to Break Eating Disorder Stereotypes Amid Pandemic Surge

In the Media | Women Speak Out to Break Eating Disorder Stereotypes Amid Pandemic Surge

Cultural stereotypes around eating disorders can cause significant harm for those who are in larger bodies and are struggling with the disease. Read the article to hear from women speaking out to break these stereotypes, amid the surge in diagnoses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

In the Media | Emotion-Based Psychotherapy: A Promising Treatment For Women With PTSD, Eating Disorders

In the Media | Emotion-Based Psychotherapy: A Promising Treatment For Women With PTSD, Eating Disorders

A new study exploring how PTSD may impact treatment outcomes for women with eating disorders suggests an emotion-based psychotherapy is a promising treatment for patients with or without PTSD.

4 Ways to Support a Loved One Who Has an Eating Disorder

4 Ways to Support a Loved One Who Has an Eating Disorder

Supporting a loved one who is struggling with an eating disorder is a delicate process. Here are 4 steps you can take to help avoid making things worse.

College and Eating Disorders: Adjusting to Campus Life

College and Eating Disorders: Adjusting to Campus Life

As August comes to an end, many students are adjusting to life back on campus. Whether it’s your first or final year in college, each brings fresh changes.

Eating Disorders in College: Why Are Students Especially Vulnerable?

Eating Disorders in College: Why Are Students Especially Vulnerable?

College students are often at an increased risk for developing an eating disorder. We explore the reasons and risk factors to look out for.

You Are Worthy of Recovery

You Are Worthy of Recovery

Even when it’s hard and feels like the work is endless—you are worthy of recovery. Let this be a reminder better times can lay ahead.

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