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For “hard to treat” eating disorders in adolescents, an integrated treatment approach of FBT and FBT often proves best.
A form of CBT called enhanced cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT-E) is an adaptation of CBT designed to treat eating disorders. Learn more!
An early response to eating disorder treatment is a strong predictor of a good outcome. Learn more in this post from Psychology Today!
Columbus Park announced their Early Change Model for the achievement of optimal treatment outcomes for eating disorder recovery.
Columbus Park founder Melissa Gerson, LCSW was recently featured in Teen Vogue discussing virtual eating disorder treatment.
Netflix's hit series The Crown recently covered Princess Diana's eating disorder. Media Portrayal of Princess Diana's Eating Disorder The world’s fascination with Princess Diana has experienced a recent awakening with the popularity of Netflix’s TV series, The Crown....
Columbus Park's Clinical Director, Melissa Gerson, was quoted this week in an article in People.com: "Selena Gomez Seeking Dialectical Behavior Therapy After Hospitalizations: What to Know." The piece provides some basic information about DBT in the public eye as an...
Melissa Gerson, LCSW, the Founder and Clinical Director of Columbus Park Outpatient Center for Eating Disorders came to the mental health field after a having fulfilled a dramatically different career course as a professional ballet dancer. Melissa joined the Miami...
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