In body dysmorphic disorder, an individual will have an extreme preoccupation with a particular body part or feature of their appearance.
What do eating disorders look like? Eating disorders impact people of every ethnicity, age, socioeconomic status, gender, and body size.
Evidence over the last 20 years reinforces that early change to eating disorder treatment is a “robust” predictor of a good outcome.
On the journey to recovery, many patients talk about the anorexic wish and “feeling fat.” Learn more about these experiences.
This blog post includes some handy tips for “feeling fat” and reducing problematic self-talk, but in many cases, professional help is needed.
Here, we take a closer look at best practices for evidence-based eating disorder treatments for the most common eating disorders in 2022.
Let’s look at four common triggers for binge eating disorder as well as a successful approach to treatment.
An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is provides therapeutic services while participants live at home and engage in their typical activities.
Compulsive Exercise, Exercise Addiction, Driven Exercise, and Exercise Dependence – What’s It All About?
Compulsive exercise is best defined as a rigid and highly driven urge to be physically active with a perceived inability to stop exercising.
As we celebrate National Eating Disorders Awareness Week, it’s the perfect time to share 10 surprising facts about eating disorders.