In this video, Melissa Gerson, LCSW discusses binge eating disorder, which affects over 2.8 million people in the United States alone.
Why can’t I stop eating? You’re not alone. Overeating or binge eating is way more common than you can imagine.
Today, let’s focus on outpatient eating disorder treatment, which offers patients the least restrictive setting for recovery.
Let’s consider poor body image across the globe and take a closer look at how it may be negatively impacting you or a loved one.
Today, I want to introduce you to an exercise for people who find that their poor body image is getting in the way of their lives.
Addressing poor body image doesn’t mean that you have to love your body in order to feel a sense of well-being in your life.
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.