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Elle Chase, ACS Jul 13
🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌 ・・・ This quote from Rachel Millner, PsyD was just too excellent to trim down! Such wisdom <3 . . . . .
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Empowered Eating LLC 24 May 18
⚡️ “Family Based Treatment (FBT)”
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UCSF EatingDisorders Jul 26
An important question in the field of is whether can be adapted to pediatric obesity. Dr. Le Grange and colleagues' recent paper helps to answer this question! Check out their results below.
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Eating Disorder LA Nov 14
"This will be tops on my resource list for families dealing with eating disorders. I also plan to share it with my staff and physicians I work with." - Lori Lieberman, MPH, RDN, LDN, CDE
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Daniel Gih MD FAPA Dec 20
the (separating the illness from the person) is an important concept and helpful tool in how we talk about and other conditions. It helps to reduce blame and shame.
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Brooke Huminski LICSW Jul 26
Excellent podcast about the effectiveness of (fbt) for the treatment of adolescent eating disorders.
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Dr. Muhlheim Feb 19
2 days till my virtual book club with ! It's FREE! Register and post your questions at Looking forward to discussing my book and with parents and caregivers!
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F.E.A.S.T. Feb 5
Curious about this FBT you keep hearing about? We've got answers.
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IMT for EatingDisorders Jul 2
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EDRDpro Aug 11
Don't miss our upcoming Working with Adolescents and their Families in Treatment series! Week 1 features Marcia Herrin offering an introduction on . Spots are limited, so sign up today at
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Academy for E.D. 31 Aug 18
Integrating and for : Preliminary Outcomes of an Open Pilot Trial
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Louise McDermott Mar 12
is considered a first-line treatment that some say can avoid a hospitalization & avert a progressive & chronic illness for adolescents with
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F.E.A.S.T. Sep 11
How the discovery of a fake site not only used and hurt a reputation but set out to disparage and cast doubt on an eating disorder outpatient treatment approach. ⬇️
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Dr. Melissa Kimber (She/Her) Feb 7
Collaboration between and Drs. Le Grange () and Lock () made this work possible. using tell us they need more support to safely identify and respond to in their practice
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Eating Disorder LA Nov 7
"Most importantly, the book reminds parents that setbacks are part of recovery, provides strategies for how to handle setbacks, and encouragement. I HIGHLY recommend this book. Worth every penny!!" -Kindle Customer
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Dr. Ashley Solomon Oct 5
Le Grange: sense of empowerment to conquer improves with
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ABCT 16 Jun 18
1/2 2nd most frustrating thing about my job is when I have a new pt who has spent yrs trying to get better & has yet to receive For ex: when I have an older adolescent with who has been to several providers & not gotten
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Preeti Dec 1
You seem to have pulled your paper from 30 years ago with total disregard to research. 50-70% of AN can be traced to GENETICS (nothing whatsoever to do with parenting STYLES) and the only evidence based treatment is . FBT saves lives!
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Jodie Gale MA. Psych Sep 9
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iaedp™ Foundation 6 Jun 18
Dr. Lauren Muhlheim's new book is a wonderful resource for mental health professionals who work with parents of and teens with eating disorders. Pre-order your copy today!
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