At the BEDA 2017 Professional Roundtable Discussion, we discussed therapist drift, when therapists deviate from evidence-based approaches.
Caregivers, treatment providers, and survivors gathered for an informative and empowering conference hosted by The Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA) in partnership with the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA). The 2017 BEDA conference was titled...
From the perspective of ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), the intensity of anxiety arises from a process known as cognitive fusion.
Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is an eating disorder diagnosis that has been introduced into the DSM-5.
Columbus Park will be hosting a roundtable discussion at 3:15pm on Friday, November 3, 2017 at the BEDA/NEDA National Conference.
Researchers wanted to identify associations between psychological profile and eating behavior of mothers and daughters with AN, BN, and BED.
With the DSM-5 came the first formal criteria for night eating syndrome (NES), despite its original description nearly 60 years ago.
Occasionally, we treat adult clients who have been in multiple treatments over the span of years and continue to struggle with enduring AN.
Therapist drift references a clinician’s tendency to deviate from evidence-based treatment as protocols are often viewed negatively.
CP Research Corner: A Vicious Cycle Among Cognitions and Behaviors Enhancing Risk for Eating Disorders
Research findings suggest that appearance orientation, appearance worries, and dieting create a cycle of enhancing risk for eating disorders.