As the New Year approaches, the ideas of New Year’s resolutions bombard us from all fronts. New Year’s resolutions are made with good intentions, but are often too lofty for people to achieve. When we “fail” these goals, we are [...]
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The prevalence of eating disorders in the male population. When you imagine someone suffering from an eating disorder, what do you think of? More often than not, people tend to imagine a woman. This may be the typical image seen [...]
When you have an eating disorder, Thanksgiving can be an ominous holiday. It seems like everyone around you is reveling in the opportunity to stuff themselves while you, instead, are filled with anxiety about the day. How can you [...]
We are proud to announce that we have started a new Intensive Outpatient Program dedicated and specialized for Emotional Eaters, Binge Eaters, or Compulsive Over-Eating. No two people are alike and so it is that no two Eating Disorders share [...]
Under Prochaska and Diclemente’s (1982) stage model of change, people move through the remaining stages of preparation, action and maintenance at different rates. Clients first plan to change their actions during the preparation stage, and then move into the action [...]
We all know that the Holiday Season can be the best and the worst of times for many people. For people with eating disorders such as binge eating disorder, bulimia and anorexia, the holidays can often present overwhelming levels of [...]
Bullying is by no means a new phenomenon; in fact, bullying may be as synonymous with school years as reading and arithmetic. With that said, over the past several years, the long-term ramifications of bullying have not only been recognized, [...]
Sadness often creeps into our lives, but when do we know if the way we feel is more serious than the normal lows that life presents? When do we know if we are depressed? Here are some common signs and [...]
Readiness for Therapy – Part One It is natural to feel apprehensive about beginning counseling, especially if you have never been in counseling before. You might think that your symptoms are not serious enough to warrant help, or you might [...]
This spring and summer we have added several new members to our EDTC team. Check out our About Us page to find out more about our new therapists, Suzanne Davis, and Gillian Sacks. We've also added new members to our [...]