BED and The Well-Trained Clinician: Are You Helping Without Harming?

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By Marci Evans, MS, CEDRD, cPT The Need for Well-Trained Clinicians Binge eating disorder (BED) may seem new since it was just added to the official list of mental health diagnoses. But the truth is that using food to manage difficult internal experiences and emotions has been around a long time! While it’s official status […]

Creating Your New Normal: Staying the Course Toward Recovery as You Navigate the Holiday Season

Wendy Mathes, Veritas

By Wendy Mathes, MS, PHD, LPCA, NCC, DCC Veritas Collaborative The concept of “creating a new normal” is often discussed in therapy as individuals work towards recovery from an eating disorder. For those who struggle with binge eating, recovery may mean establishing a new relationship with food, finding new ways to communicate with family and […]

Reflections on BEDA 2016 – Science of Eating Disorders

Read a wonderful review of BEDA 2016, Reflections on BEDA Conference 2016, in Science of Eating Disorders, posted Nov. 20 by Kristin B., who attended BEDA 2016.