Category: Partner

Creative Arts Therapies Help Patients Struggling with Eating Disorders Communicate Through Nonverbal Language

Creative Arts Therapies Help Patients Struggling with Eating Disorders Communicate Through Nonverbal Language Written by: Timberline Knolls Staff Sometimes when an individual is struggling with an eating disorder, they also struggle to find the words to express the depths of how they are feeling. But just because an individual is having difficulty communicating doesn’t mean… Read more »

Treating eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive tendencies

Treating eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive tendencies from Rogers Behavioral Health According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, every 62 minutes at least one person dies as a direct result of an eating disorder. Oftentimes, when people do reach out for treatment, their recovery can be further complicated by co-occurring obsessive-compulsive disorder… Read more »

Reality of Recovery

Reality of Recovery Written by Camille Williams, MA, LCPC, Eating Disorder Program Coordinator at Timberline Knolls Eating disorders (EDs) provide an escape from painful emotional experiences in life. They can also adapt and transform to meet any and all emotional needs. This is what makes an ED such a powerful addictive behavior. It truly works… Read more »

The Tools of a Nutrition Therapist

The Tools of a Nutrition Therapist Written by Jenn Burnell, CEDRD, Regional Director of Clinical Outreach for Carolina House Every day, individuals seek professional nutritional help in implementing the “perfect diet” that is blowing up their social media feeds.  To make it even more confusing – and potentially dangerous – is that there are varying… Read more »

How Parents Can Spot an Eating Disorder in Their Child

How Parents Can Spot an Eating Disorder in Their Child Written by: Caroline Rudnick, MD | Family Medicine Physician, McCallum Place Early Signs and Symptoms of an Eating Disorder in Your Child or Adolescent​ Our culture and media spend a lot of time thinking, talking, blogging and watching videos about dieting, food choice, weight loss, and exercise…. Read more »