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Self-Injury Awareness Day March 1, 2018

Self-Injury Awareness Day (SIAD), is an international awareness day that takes place every year on March 1 and is a day…

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Eating Disorder Discrimination in the LGBT Community

The LGBT community is at a greater risk of bullying and has even been the center points for violent attacks. Their…

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Co-occurring Disorders in Teenagers: Cocaine and Anxiety

Anxiety commonly occurs in the teenage population due to the many changing factors associated with this life stage. Hormonal changes, physical…

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Using Somatic Experiencing to Treat Eating Disorders and Trauma

Trauma is the emotional and physiological aftermath of an event; it is not the event itself, it is the individual’s experience…

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arfid in adults
ARFID in adults: Not Just a Disorder of Childhood

Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder commonly known as ARFID is an eating disorder characterized by the persistence refusal to eat specific foods…

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Four Common Misconceptions About Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by binging episodes followed by compensatory purging behaviors such as self-induced vomiting, diuretic and…

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Seasonal Affective Disorder, Holiday Anxiety and the Holiday Blues

Shorter daylight, colder temperatures and the beginning of fall and winter can trigger feelings of low mood, lack of motivation, loss…

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Preparing for Your Holiday Vacation While in Eating Disorder Recovery

Whether you are planning a getaway to a warm sunny beach location, a ski vacation in the mountains or you are…

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How Can I Tell if My Child Has Anxiety?

An anxiety disorder is characterized by an irrational, persistent and overwhelming sense of fear and worry that interferes with daily activities….

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Is There More Than One Type of Childhood Anxiety?

Anxiety disorders in children are characterized by a sense of overwhelming, persistent and unrealistic fear and worry. Anxiety can result in…

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