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Dr Sarah Wells Oct 3
These stories are too common. And shocking. Early intervention could save this young girls whole life.
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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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iaedp™ Foundation Jun 6
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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Dr Sarah Wells Aug 25
I love ’s resources! Thank you for sharing your wise advice for doing or for their with . Your online resources are so generous and ever so helpful.
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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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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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EDRDpro Oct 31
We are excited to hear from Rebecca DeHamer speaking on the dietitian's role in for adolescent in the 2019 EDRDpro Symposium! Sign up for an early bird registration invite at
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Dr Sarah Wells Oct 26
If you’re supporting a young person with an this fabulous book might help you. We all need to rally as many resources when trying to help someone with this terrible .
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ABCT Jun 16
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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Eating Disorder LA Nov 2
Are you curious what Family Based Treatment actually is all about? Research has shown that FBT is one of the best treatments for adolescents with eating disorders. Watch a short video that gives a brief intro to what is.
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Wendy Sterling Aug 23
Shout out to Nan Shaw, LCSW, FBT Certified therapist who wrote Chapter 2 on in Eating Disorders in our book and Susanne…
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Dr. Ashley Solomon Oct 5
Le Grange: on for showed patients at lower starting weights gained faster in FBT.
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Dr. Ashley Solomon Oct 5
Le Grange: sense of empowerment to conquer improves with
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JD Tweets Dec 1
What a travesty this graphic is! The research is SOLID that is the ONLY for adolescents with & . Treatment as usual is an abysmal & deadly failure. My daughter’s words on FBT here.
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Academy for E.D. Aug 31
Integrating and for : Preliminary Outcomes of an Open Pilot Trial
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Dr. Muhlheim Oct 26
Are We Setting Recovery Weights Too Low? - stay tuned for an important follow up to this post. A parent study is coming soon! Watch here for more details
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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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PartnersInCounseling Apr 10
There's No Such Thing as Healthy Food - foods don't have health, it's people that are healthy or unhealthy
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MOedaKC ✳️ We Will Have New Name in 2019 Dec 7
We had a fabulous evening last night. Thank you, for your reading and Q&A. We all learned a great deal about , , & We hope you visit us again.
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Dr. Muhlheim Oct 27
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