Finding a CBT-E Therapist

Finding a CBT-E Therapist

With notable consistency across clinical trials, Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) has been shown to be the most effective outpatient treatment for eating disorders in adults. Last week’s blog post provided details about the treatment and what you could...
Learn More About CBT-E

Learn More About CBT-E

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a popular therapy modality with adaptations to treat a wide range of mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, OCD and more. Broadly, CBT focuses on identifying patterns of thoughts, emotions and/or behaviors that...
10 Surprising Facts About Eating Disorders

10 Surprising Facts About Eating Disorders

Next week, we will celebrate National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (NEDAwareness Week). This annual event intends to educate the public about eating disorders and provide hope and support to impacted individuals and their families. With a theme of See the Change,...
The Importance of Early Change in Eating Disorder Care

The Importance of Early Change in Eating Disorder Care

Early change in treatment is one of the most replicated and well-established predictors of a positive outcome in psychotherapy. In other words, patients whose symptoms decrease notably early on in treatment (roughly within the first four to eight weeks) have a better...
2019 Outcomes: A Year In Review

2019 Outcomes: A Year In Review

At Columbus Park, we are committed to our ongoing provision of expertly delivered evidence-based eating disorder treatment. As we’ve reported in previous posts, we diligently follow patient progress by administering brief but thorough questionnaires* at regular...