A recent study identified two different genetic clusters believed to be responsible for the development of eating disorders.
According to a recent study, family-based treatment via telehealth is as feasible and as effective as treatment provided in-vivo.
A German research study confirmed that face-to-face treatment remains the gold standard for Binge Eating Disorder (BED).
If you are struggling with eating publicly, seek professional help. Meal support can re-establish mealtime as a pleasant experience.
It's no secret that individuals suffer from eating disorders on college campuses across the country. In fact, former UC Berkeley student Kim Russo calls college “a perfect setting for an eating disorder to blossom.” She accredits this truth to the competitive nature...
The Leading Treatment for Eating Disorders Consistently across research trials, Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) is shown to be the most effective treatment for eating disorders in adults. CBT-E is without a doubt the leading intervention for most...
IOP serves as a step-down from a residential or partial hospitalization program or a step-up from standard outpatient therapy.
The most current, short-term treatment for eating disorders lasts 20 to 40 weeks, is structured, and focuses on what is happening today.
Learn more about Columbus Park’s results-oriented Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) and determine if its the best fit for you.
A research discovery has been made at University of California San Diego School of Medicine that suggests the disordered eating behaviors observed in an individual with Bulimia Nervosa (BN) may be the result of the brain’s exaggerated response to food rewards....