Therapeutic Gardens: A Natural Place for Healing

Therapeutic Gardens: A Natural Place for Healing

Written by Maggie Garrity, RD, Director of Nutritional Services, Timberline Knolls Eating disorders (EDs) are complex and diverse diseases. Whether Read More
The Importance of Clinical Education

The Importance of Clinical Education

Written by Janine Vlassakis from Cambridge Eating Disorder Center  “I think I would stop working with a client/patient with an eating Read More
Summer Programs at Clementine

Summer Programs at Clementine

Written by staff at Clementine  With the summer quickly approaching, parents and families may find themselves looking for programs that Read More
Causes and Risk Factors for Bulimia Nervosa

Causes and Risk Factors for Bulimia Nervosa

Written by Ben Mahoney from Center for Discovery Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder that is often greatly misinterpreted and Read More
Tips for Talking to Your Doctor About Their Weight Stigma and Your Eating Disorder

Tips for Talking to Your Doctor About Their Weight Stigma and Your Eating Disorder

Written by Monique Bellefleur, Ed.M, LMHC, MEDA Director of Community Education I hear time and again from clients that they Read More
How Eating Disorders Affect the Digestive System

How Eating Disorders Affect the Digestive System

Written by Ben Mahoney from Center for Discovery  Eating disorders such as bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder and anorexia nervosa Read More
Do I have Orthorexia? 4 Questions to ask

Do I have Orthorexia? 4 Questions to ask

Written by Meg Salvia, MS, RDN, CDE  from Walden Behavioral Care  Is there such a thing as eating too healthfully? Read More
Recommendations for Parents of an Adolescent Discharging from Residential Eating Disorder Treatment

Recommendations for Parents of an Adolescent Discharging from Residential Eating Disorder Treatment

Written by Simone Arent of Walden Behavioral Care  One of the biggest obstacles of eating disorder recovery may come after being Read More
7 Things Providers Need to Know about Gender Identity and its Effect on Body Image

7 Things Providers Need to Know about Gender Identity and its Effect on Body Image

Written by Christine Lang, MSW, M.Div. from Walden Behavioral Care  Christine Lang is an adolescent clinician in the partial hospitalization and Read More
Sharing Your Recovery Story

Sharing Your Recovery Story

Written by MEDA Undergraduate Intern, Sage Feltus  There seems to be a time in a person's recovery where they feel Read More
#MovingForwardWithMEDA - The Boston Marathon & ED Recovery

#MovingForwardWithMEDA – The Boston Marathon & ED Recovery

Written by MEDA Graduate Intern, Jesse Carmen, BA  I’ll never forget that one week before running the marathon last year, Read More
Part One: Changing the Food Conversation in 2018

Part One: Changing the Food Conversation in 2018

Written by Anna Sweeney, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD of Monte Nido & Affiliates  Monte Nido & Affiliates Director of Nutrition Anna Read More
How can Colleges and Universities Support Students with Eating Disorders?

How can Colleges and Universities Support Students with Eating Disorders?

Written by MEDA Undergraduate Intern, Sydney Mansfield  Up to 20% of female college students and 7% of male college students Read More
Finding Space for Play in Recovery

Finding Space for Play in Recovery

Written by Monte Nido River Towns Clinical Director Gillian Tanz, MSW, LCSW. Gillian Tanz is a licensed clinical social worker with Read More
The Link Between Two Challenging Illnesses: Borderline Personality Disorder and Eating Disorders

The Link Between Two Challenging Illnesses: Borderline Personality Disorder and Eating Disorders

By Melissa O’Neill, LCSW, Director of Program Development at Timberline Knolls Certain psychiatric disorders are easier to understand and diagnose than Read More
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