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
Eating Disorders and Individual Disability Insurance

Eating Disorders and Individual Disability Insurance

Written by Samantha Bauer RDN, CD, Director of Dietetics and Nutrition at Aloria Health Recovering from an eating disorder is likely Read More
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Sugar Addiction – Is it Real or Not?

Written by Monique Bellefleur, Ed.M, Director of Community Education at MEDA MEDA recently held an exhibit at a local high Read More
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Building a Healthier Relationship with Food by Having Unconditional Permission to Eat

Written by Monte Nido Newport Beach Registered Dietitian Courtney Toya, MS, RD.  Courtney discusses building a healthier relationship with food in this Read More
Calling All Creators

Calling All Creators

Written by, Teri McCann, PhD, LP, CEDS, Founder and Executive Clinical Director of  Fairhaven Treatment Center “Calling All Creators” is Read More
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Supporting Eating Disorder Recovery Through the Holidays

written by Megan Fahey, MS, RD, CDN from Monte Nido & Affiliate's Clementine Program The upcoming holidays can be challenging Read More
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Redefining Beauty: A Breakfast to Remember

Written by MEDA Undergraduate Intern, Gabrielle Silva  On Wednesday, November 1st, MEDA hosted its annual Fall breakfast at the Newton Read More
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Why Changing Eating Habits (for Good) is So Hard

written by Kari Anderson, DBH, LCMHC, CEDS, Executive Director, Green Mountain at Fox Run and its Women’s Center for Binge Read More
4 Tips for Making it through the Holidays Binge-Free

4 Tips for Making it through the Holidays Binge-Free

written by MEDA Clinician & Director of Community Education, Monique Bellefleur, Ed.M, MHC  For many, Halloween means dressing up in Read More
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Mental Illnesses are Brain Diseases

Written by Monte Nido & Affiliates East Coast Medical Director Dr. Molly McShane, MD, MPH Dr. McShane is a board Read More
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Is Weight Loss Surgery The Answer? Changing Eating Habits Is Usually More Complicated

Written by MEDA Graduate Clinical Interns, Molly Curcio & Rachael Trotta in response to the Boston Globe Article "After patients' Read More
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Fat Shaming on the Football Field

Written by MEDA Undergraduate Intern, Gabrielle Silva  Fall has finally made its return, and though the temperatures remain high, all Read More
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Considering a Return to College when Struggling with an Eating Disorder

written by Monte Nido & Affiliates Vice President of Admissions Dr. Melissa Spann, PhD, LMHC, CEDS Dr. Spann discusses the Read More
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The Summer’s Second Eating Disorder Film: Thoughts on Troian Bellesario’s Film “Feed”

Written by MEDA Undergraduate Intern, Alexa Riobueno-Naylor  This summer, the eating disorder community has had the opportunity to engage in Read More
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