Columbus Park Outcomes 2018

Columbus Park Outcomes 2018

2018 was a remarkable year for Columbus Park.  We’d like to share results pulled from our outcomes database to give you a sense of our hard work last year. Columbus Park was ranked #1 out of 98 other feedback-informed outpatient behavioral health treatment centers. As...
Think Values, Not Goals for 2019

Think Values, Not Goals for 2019

As we approach the start of each new year, self-reflection is an inevitable and often positive process.  It can be incredibly useful to think about the things we want to do to deepen our relationships, achieve more satisfaction at work, improve our health and...
Food My Frenemy: Response

Food My Frenemy: Response

With a heavy heart, I read a recent New York Times piece called “Food My Frenemy” by Jen Gunter.  In the piece, Ms. Gunter shares her agonizing struggle with a lifetime of binge eating – and the self-loathing and shame that can come along with it. She also...
Why Have Eating Disorders become Gendered?

Why Have Eating Disorders become Gendered?

In a recent survey of young men, it was determined that 1 in 5 men were concerned about their weight. According to The Times UK, “Government figures released a few week ago revealed that for the first time the number of boys receiving treatment for eating disorders is...