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While providing a full spectrum of care, we offer healing and hope for a lasting recovery to individuals and families with an eating disorder.
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APA Foundation Jun 14
It is important to differentiate between trauma related PTSD and anxiety when treating patients who have experienced traumatic events. Often the symptoms can be similar but require different methods to effectively treat a patient.
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EDCare Jun 15
You are invited to the SPEAK YOUR TRUTH - Open Mic Night event hosted by in collaboration with , , , , and Learn more and RSVP here:
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"If anyone needs to practice self-care, it’s those who are caring for the well-being of others." On our blog, discusses the importance of self-care for mental health professionals. Get the blog here:
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 14
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Please send us a DM and let us know more about the piece. Thank you for reaching out!
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Shannon Kopp Jun 13
Happy ! Join us for free support and honest convo on ! We will be talking about the courage to identify/leave unhealthy communities and find people who love you for you!! Thanks to our AMAZING community partner ▶️
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 13
Males with eating disorders are husbands, fathers, college students, professionals and athletes, coming from all SES, races, ages, gender, and sexual identities. ERC's Bonnie Brennan discusses males, , & for :
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 11
Caregiving is hard work. We know it well: many of us at ERC have had children or partners in treatment. ERC's Katie Bendel shares words of wisdom to family members of those dealing with and issues - Read Katie's blog here:
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NAMI Seattle Jun 10
Please enjoy part 2 of a two-part series on the arts event we produced with Insight Behavioral Heath at in Ballard.
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CNN en Español Jun 4
El Dr. Ovidio Bermúdez de nos dice que, si vives en ciertos lugares del mundo, tienes más posibilidades de padecer un trastorno de la alimentación
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Shira EvansRD Jun 7
The highlight of my day - running into my friend and former colleague, the amazing Dr. B from . Grateful for everything I learned from him and always appreciate his compassion in the field of
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 10
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Thank you for reading our blog! This post was written by Britt Berg and you can see the references used at the bottom of the blog post.
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NAMI Seattle Jun 10
Please enjoy part 1 of a two-part series on the arts event we produced with Insight Behavioral Heath at in Ballard.
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 10
Replying to @ptford @YouTube
And here's a nice overview of CBT:
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 10
Replying to @ptford @YouTube
Great question - Here is more info on RO DBT
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 6
ERC's own Dr. Ellen Astrachan-Fletcher discusses Radically Open DBT-an innovative treatment that is changing how some therapists work with patients. Watch here: Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy: via
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CNN en Español Jun 4
El Dr. Ovidio Bermúdez de nos dice que, si vives en ciertos lugares del mundo, tienes más posibilidades de padecer un trastorno de la alimentación
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 3
We love this! "As mental health advocates, if we choose not to talk about our own struggles & the steps we are taking towards a solution, we strengthen stigma surrounding mental health & addiction."
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NEDA Jun 1
Happy ! 🏳️‍🌈🎊🌈
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EatingRecoveryCenter Jun 2
Eating disorder advocate Dani Sherman-Lazar writes about World Eating Disorders Day: uniting activists, expanding global awareness of eating disorders as genetically linked, treatable illnesses. Eating Disorders Can’t Afford to Wait!
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Academy for E.D. May 29
REMINDER: The International Journal of Eating Disorders is inviting submissions for a Special Issue on Recovery, guest-edited by Drs. Ross Crosby, Tracey Wade, & Glenn Waller.
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