Tips for Preventing Eating Disorder Relapse

Tips for Preventing Eating Disorder Relapse

Tips for Preventing Eating Disorder Relapse by Timberline Knolls Staff Recovering from an eating disorder, such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia Read More
Re-framing the New Year

Re-framing the New Year

Re-framing the New Year Written by Meagan Gunnip, MA, MHC, Clinician & Community Outreach Specialist The start of a New Read More
Stay Centered During the Holiday Season

Stay Centered During the Holiday Season

Stay Centered During the Holiday Season Monte Nido & Affiliates Chief Clinical Officer Melissa Spann, LMHC, PhD, CEDS-S discusses the Read More
Taking Focus Away from Diet Culture

Taking Focus Away from Diet Culture

Taking Focus Away from Diet Culture By Victoria Kupiec RD, LDN, Director of Nutrition Services, Timberline Knolls Diet culture is Read More
5 Tips for Holiday Success

5 Tips for Holiday Success

5 Tips for Holiday Success by Meagan Gunnip, MA, MHC, Clinician and Community Outreach Specialist The holidays can be stressful Read More
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

Creative Arts Therapies Help Patients Struggling with Eating Disorders Communicate Through Nonverbal Language Written by: Timberline Knolls Staff Sometimes when Read More
MEDA's Statement on WW's App Kurbo

MEDA’s Statement on WW’s App Kurbo

MEDA's Statement on WW's App Kurbo Dieting is dangerous—no matter your age. Here at MEDA, we are seeing younger and Read More
Eating Disorder Treatment: Levels of Care

Eating Disorder Treatment: Levels of Care

Eating Disorder Treatment: Levels of Care written by Meagan Gunnip, MA, MHC, Clinician and Community Outreach Specialist Entering treatment for Read More
Eating Disorders Are No Longer a Disease of the Young

Eating Disorders Are No Longer a Disease of the Young

Eating Disorders Are No Longer a Disease of the Young Samantha Hicks, MA, LCPC, CADC, Assistant Director of Clinical Services 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 Read More
Mothers and the Long-term Consequences of Eating Disorders

Mothers and the Long-term Consequences of Eating Disorders

Mothers and the Long-term Consequences of Eating Disorders Samantha Hicks, MA, LCPC, CADC, Director of Individual and Family Therapy at Read More
Fatphobia is probably something you’ve heard about but didn’t have a name for.

Fatphobia is probably something you’ve heard about but didn’t have a name for.

Fatphobia is probably something you’ve heard about but didn’t have a name for.Written by Meagan Gunnip, Clinician and Community Outreach Read More
How to be an LGBTQ+ Ally

How to be an LGBTQ+ Ally

How to be an LGBTQ+ Ally written by undergradaute intern Emily deBettencourt You may have noticed the word “ally” is Read More
Miracle Diets

Miracle Diets

Miracle Diets Written by Meagan Gunnip, Clinician and Community Outreach Specialist Miracle diets. You’ve probably heard of them, and maybe Read More
Reality of Recovery

Reality of Recovery

Reality of Recovery Written by Camille Williams, MA, LCPC, Eating Disorder Program Coordinator at Timberline Knolls Eating disorders (EDs) provide Read More