Does your child have a strikingly small repertory of foods they’re willing to eat? Do they avoid foods due to smell, texture, color, perceived imperfections, brand or any other seemingly arbitrary feature? Learn more about ARFID treatment.
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ARFID Treatment for Children: Feelings and Body Investigators (FBI)
We hope you’ve been enjoying the Columbus Park ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) blog series! This third and final installment of the series will focus on Feelings and Body Investigators (FBI) as an innovative ARFID treatment modality for children ages...
ARFID Treatment: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for ARFID (CBT-AR)
In our previous blog, we defined Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) and detailed the impact of ARFID on both health and quality of life. In this second blog of our ARFID series, we’ll talk about treatment for ARFID; specifically, Cognitive Behavioral...
ARFID: Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder
You may recall your early years as your taste palate was developing. Perhaps you subsisted on typical “kid-friendly foods” like pizza, mac and cheese, hot dogs. Or maybe you were even more selective than most – earning the description of “finicky” or “picky.” ...
What Is ARFID?
Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is an eating disorder diagnosis that has been introduced into the DSM-5.
Best Practices for Evidence-Based Eating Disorder Treatments in 2022
Here, we take a closer look at best practices for evidence-based eating disorder treatments for the most common eating disorders in 2022.
10 Surprising Facts About Eating Disorders
As we celebrate National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, it’s the perfect time to share 10 surprising facts about eating disorders.