Tag: eating disorder

2020 Breakthrough Research in Anorexia Nervosa

2020 Breakthrough Research in Anorexia Nervosa: Drs. Cynthia Bulik and Walter Kaye Anorexia Nervosa (AN) is a puzzle for many reasons. What is it, and what can we do to treat it are commonly asked questions by students and health professionals alike? While we do not have a blood or other test to make a… Read more »

Why Healthy Communication Skills Are Essential to Eating Disorder Recovery

Why Healthy Communication Skills Are Essential to Eating Disorder Recovery by Timberline Knolls Staff Living with an eating disorder can affect a person’s health and life in so many ways. And because these illnesses are so complex, they also often influence the way an individual communicates with others. That’s why developing healthy communication skills is… Read more »

Self-care and stress management

Self-care and stress management, by Meagan Mullen, MA, MHC Managing stress is always difficult, but when you’re struggling with an eating disorder or a related mental illness, it can feel even more overwhelming. When it comes to mental health, we talk a lot about self-care, and we could probably all list off a few ideas… Read more »

Study Links Eating Disorders, Exercise Addiction

Study Links Eating Disorders, Exercise Addiction by Timberline Knolls Staff A recently published study from the United Kingdom suggests that individuals who develop eating disorders may also have a significantly elevated risk of becoming addicted to exercise. According to this study, which originally appeared in the January 2020 edition of the journal Eating and Weight… Read more »

Re-framing the New Year

Re-framing the New Year Written by Meagan Mullen, MA, MHC, Clinician & Community Outreach Specialist The start of a New Year is often associated with self-improvement, and we ALL know that this often takes the form of diets, “lifestyle changes,” and other ways to control your body. It can be hard to ignore the messages… Read more »