By Ashley Solomon, PsyD, Clinical Director, Eating Recovery Center of Ohio There’s something special about a therapist’s office. And the same can be said for that of a dietitian, a psychiatrist, or a primary care doctor. It’s an important aspect of recovery. But the office isn’t the only place where healing happens.
Binge eating is often referred to as emotional overeating, compulsive overeating or stress eating. April is Emotional Overeating Awareness Month. Learn more from Dr. Melissa McCreery, who’s featuring a series of posts about emotional overeating to commemorate Emotional Overeating Awareness Month on her blog Too Much On Her Plate. Topics include what it is, how […]
by Marsha Hudnall, MS, RDN, CD, president and co-owner of Green Mountain at Fox Run In these days of eating worry, healthy eating has a bad rap. I’m not saying that people don’t admire it, that they don’t try to do it, that they don’t wish they could do it more consistently. It’s just […]