ARFID Treatment for Children and Teens
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.
Weight Stigma Concerns Rise With New Childhood Guidelines
The war on obesity, or "ob*sity," has picked up steam—and the targets are getting younger. (Note: I use an asterisk when referring to the term “obese” to reflect discomfort with the term as, historically, it has been inherently stigmatizing—i.e., “the war against...
Values, the ‘New’ New Year’s Resolutions
Have you thought about your resolutions or goals for the year ahead? Consider an alternative to resolutions: values.
Rapid Response: Columbus Park’s Early Change Model to Promote Lasting Eating Disorder Recovery
Twenty years of psychotherapy research support the assertion that there is a direct correlation between rapid response to therapy and positive treatment outcomes.
Adolescent-Focused Psychotherapy (AFP) for Anorexia Nervosa
Adolescent-Focused Psychotherapy (AFP) is an individual therapy approach designed specifically for adolescents with anorexia nervosa.
2022 Outcomes Update for Columbus Park Eating Disorder Treatment Experts
Columbus Park has been delivering tracking our patient results and providing an outcomes update since 2015.
High Quality, Evidence-Based Eating Disorder Care: How Do You Know If Treatment Is Working?
Columbus Park has been delivering high quality, evidence-based care to individuals with eating disorders since 2008.
Eating Disorder Treatments: Calling for a Reboot
Let’s explore some of the ways that current evidence-based eating disorder treatments are narrow in scope for diverse patient populations.
Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) for Adolescents
Current guidelines inform that CBT-E is the most appropriate alternative to FBT for adolescents with anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa.
Eating Disorders Cast a Wide Net
Let’s consider some statistics that show that eating disorders cast a wide net, affecting 9 percent of the population worldwide.