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Tuesday Tip for Professionals

Tuesday Tip for Professionals:  Make honesty and congruence an ongoing theme. Helping clients become more honest and congruent without self-criticism or self-punishment is necessary for recovery.

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Our Approach

Our approach to recovery is based on the belief that eating-disordered patterns are learned. Those learned patterns can be changed - permanently.

Learn more about our approach here: https://centerforchange.com/friends-family-you/programs/complete-care

Tuesday Tip for Professionals

Tuesday Tip for Professionals: Many with eating disorders have received too little nurturing. Others have received it, yet were unable to accept, believe, feel, or internalize it. Help them see and feel the love, caring, nurturance, and acceptance in their lives. Since they are not used to seeing and feeling it, it is important to point it out and label it for them until they have learned to do this for themselves.

Inpatient Short-term Stabilization Program

Have limited financial resources and/or limited insurance benefit coverage?  Center for Change offers a short-term stabilization program. 

To learn more, click here:  https://centerforchange.com/friends-family-you/programs/complete-care/stabilization

Tuesday Tip

Tuesday Tip: In your attempts to help, do not oversimplify by saying "just eat". This will only alienate the person you are trying to help. Instead, try to see the world through their eyes. Listen to your heart and follow those impressions.

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Tuesday Tip for Professionals

Tuesday Tip for Professionals:  Provide much immediate encouragement and reinforcement. Without hope for overcoming these devastating illnesses, movement in recovery is minimal. Clients need their progress pointed out and processed, and they need us to share our vision about their positive futures when they can’t see it themselves.

http://centerforchange.com/content/team-teens-guidelines-treating-adolescents-eating-disorders

Tuesday Tip For Families

Tuesday Tip for Families: You can play a critically important role in the recovery process if you also get support for yourself.

Friday Positive Affirmation

Positive Affirmation: I am crafted with beauty and purpose.

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Friday Positive Affirmation

Positive Affirmation: I have faith in myself.

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Tuesday Tip

Tuesday Tip: Looking into treatment? Be a smart consumer. Identify those professionals who work with eating disorders. Ask pointed questions such as the credentials of those who will be working with your loved one. Whenever possible, visit facilities and treatment programs which are under consideration.

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