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6 Dec, 2017

If you are a parent of a child with an Eating Disorder – We need your help!

2017-12-06T16:57:23+00:00

While the title of this blog may seem dramatic to some, it is not. We work with parents of teens with Eating Disorders. We are amazed at the dedication, commitment, and humility it takes for a parent to walk in [...]

If you are a parent of a child with an Eating Disorder – We need your help! 2017-12-06T16:57:23+00:00
3 Nov, 2017

Art Therapy and the Hot Air Balloon Metaphor for Overcoming Negative Thoughts and finding meaning in life

2017-11-03T12:50:04+00:00

Several years ago, I lost my 17-year old son in a car accident.  After the passing of someone you dearly love, you often start to look at life in a new way. I questioned my own life and questioned if [...]

Art Therapy and the Hot Air Balloon Metaphor for Overcoming Negative Thoughts and finding meaning in life 2017-11-03T12:50:04+00:00
11 Oct, 2017

Role Playing to Facilitate Healthy Communication

2017-10-17T11:13:07+00:00

Holly recorded this video at the ieadp Foundation in March 2016. It contains helpful information about role-playing and how to facilitate healthy communication.  

Role Playing to Facilitate Healthy Communication 2017-10-17T11:13:07+00:00
18 Sep, 2017

‘To the Bone’ Movie: Adding Insult to Injury

2017-09-18T13:52:20+00:00

I recently watched the Netflix movie that has created a lot of “buzz” with many of us working to help people with an eating disorder. The movie did a good job portraying the condition of anorexia nervosa in a way [...]

‘To the Bone’ Movie: Adding Insult to Injury 2017-09-18T13:52:20+00:00
14 Jul, 2017

5 Questions to Ask When You Do Your Back to School Check-ups!

2017-07-21T14:38:22+00:00

Parents are getting ready for their children’s re-entry to school. Back-to- School sales abound. Primary Care Physician and Pediatrician Offices are full of young folks getting their annual physicals and immunizations. While you’re checking in with patients’ weight, height and [...]

5 Questions to Ask When You Do Your Back to School Check-ups! 2017-07-21T14:38:22+00:00
2 Jul, 2017

The EDTC is a great place to work. Here’s why that matters to YOU!

2017-07-02T09:15:53+00:00

Working in the trenches has taught us all this: work life happiness directly affects patient care in a proportional way. Great teamwork in Eating Disorders recovery, or any recovery for that matter, allows this to happen. The inspiration for this [...]

The EDTC is a great place to work. Here’s why that matters to YOU! 2017-07-02T09:15:53+00:00
24 May, 2017

When did my Eating Disorder become my only friend?

2017-05-24T12:37:34+00:00

It looks like my eating disorder took the role of my best and only friend. It’s been there for me through thick and thin. It’s always there. Whenever I am lonely, it’s there to keep me company. Whether I am [...]

When did my Eating Disorder become my only friend? 2017-05-24T12:37:34+00:00
6 Mar, 2017

Nutrition Myth Busters #1 – Carbohydrates Are Bad for You

2017-03-06T16:18:39+00:00

Every few years or so it seems like another major nutrient is completely blamed for destroying our health. In the 90’s, fat became synonymous with heart disease and every manufacturer started rolling out the fat-free options, usually substituting added sugars [...]

Nutrition Myth Busters #1 – Carbohydrates Are Bad for You 2017-03-06T16:18:39+00:00