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How to Parent a Child with Anorexia

When a child has anorexia, it often feels overwhelming, even terrifying to the family. An eating disorder takes over the family…

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Therapy Corner: “When to Refer Series” #1

Four Ways to tell it is Time to Refer Your Eating Disorder Client to a Treatment Program He or she has…

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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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Intentions and Affirmations to Manifest During your Eating Disorder Recovery

Eating disorder recovery is a challenging process for everyone, emotionally, physically and mentally. There will be relapses and will be times…

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Tips to Build Healthy Connections While in Eating Disorder Recovery

Eating disorder recovery can be lonely. You are most likely in a place away from home with unfamiliar people and surrounded…

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18 Eating Disorder Recovery Goals for 2018

As this year comes to an end, many people are thinking about New Years resolutions, ways to improve in the upcoming…

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How Can I Help my Child During an Anxiety Attack?

Anxiety attacks, formally known as panic attacks, are scary. As a parent, it can be extremely devastating to witness your child…

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Tips for Parents to Stand Up Against Bullying

As adults, we tend to downplay or underestimate the amount and seriousness of bullying that occurs in our children’s schools. Bullying…

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Seeking Help for Your Teenager’s Depression

Studies have shown that approximately one in five teenagers suffer from depression at some point in their life. Depression is highly…

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How to Seek Help for my Teenager Who is Cutting?

Cutting refers to using a sharp object such as a razor blade or a knife to cut into the skin. This…

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