Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents (DBT-A) is the recommended treatment for teens presenting with serious behavioral concerns.
DBT is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy designed to decrease emotional reactivity and increase effective coping.
For many individuals, grooming is simply a form of self-care. Taking the time to paint your nails, put on make-up, or style your hair means that you're intentionally taking care of yourself because it’s important to you. For others, these practices can take a...
A current, research-based health movement, Health at Every Size (HAES), is a breath of fresh air to say the least, challenging faulty assumptions about fat and boldly reshaping our conversation about weight and health. The model which is firmly grounded in decades of science and research, focuses in on how to achieve and maintain health… and doing so regardless of the size of one’s body.
A research-based health movement, Health at Every Size (HAES), is a breath of fresh air, challenging faulty assumptions about fat.
Lucene Wisniewski, PhD, FAED and Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh, MS present on “Distress Tolerance: Parental Superpowers” at the FEAST of Knowledge 2020 virtual conference.
We hope you’ll join us for a virtual therapeutic meal, where we’ll be joined by Shira Rosenbluth, therapist and body-positive blogger, who will share her own recovery story and explore Health at Every Size, a rapidly-expanding movement promoting size-acceptance and working to combat weight discrimination
We, at Columbus Park, here in the heart of New York City, are both humbled and proud as we join individuals in our community and beyond to take action in an abundance of meaningful ways… whether by protesting, self-educating, donating, self-reflecting or speaking out.
Columbus Park Founder and Director, Melissa Gerson, LCSW, talks about CBT-E, the leading outpatient treatment for eating disorders.
The Covid-19 crisis has proven to be a dramatic and unprecedented global medical and mental health crisis. We’re all struggling to varying degrees with loss, disruption, and/or financial worry. And for those who grapple with eating and body image concerns, the Covid fallout adds yet another challenging dimension.