In our 2021 eating disorder research roundup, we review articles with notable findings related to eating disorders and disordered eating.
As you read this blog post, we hope that you come to see values as more inherently motivating and gratifying than goals.
Research points to silver linings of life for people with eating disorders during COVID, improving both their strengths and resilience.
More than a year and a half out, a number of studies indicate an increased eating disorder prevalence during COVID.
Eating disorder patients often experience gastrointestinal (GI) issues, which can make the process of recovery all the more challenging.
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, some media outlets and mental health experts warned of a coming wave of increased suicide risk.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month, which makes it an important time to discuss the link between eating disorders and suicide.
At Columbus Park, we know that suicidal thoughts are challenging for eating disorder patients. DBT-ED may be an effective form of treatment.
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month. For today’s blog post, we want to take a look at eating disorders among transgender and gender diverse people.
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month. For today’s blog post, we want to take a look at eating disorder risk and treatment within the LGBTQ+ community.