Coping With An Eating Disorder During The Holidays (2004)

By: Randy K. Hardman, PhD Five years ago, I researched and wrote an article on eating disorders and the holidays based upon my experiences working with women of different ages…

Intuitive Eating Research

By: Kimberly Passmore, RD, CD Center for Change has used a non-diet approach (intuitive eating) in nutrition counseling since 1999. This approach focuses on rejecting dieting and dieting concepts as…

Plan To Conquer The Eating Disorder

By: Jenelle West, RD, CD Article based on Jessica Setnick RD/LD’s seminar: “What’s Eating Your Clients? Solving Eating Disorders from the Inside Out”; Center for Change; August 22, 2004 Many…

Eating Disorders, School, And Academic Achievement: A Formula For Failure

When a parent, teacher, or school counselor is faced with the need to give advice on ways to help an adolescent with slacking academic performance, it is important to consider…

Eating Disorders: Through the Eyes of a Care Tech

By: Lindsay Lovell, Care Technician Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. I never realized how much control an eating…

A Personal Story by Amy

Author: Amy Gould – High School Senior A great man once said, “That which doesn’t kill me only makes me stronger.” If this statement has any validity, and I believe…

The Neglected Addiction: Binge Eating

Author: Paul Harper, PhD Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. Mary is 47, lonely, socially phobic about relationships, and…

Managed Care

Author: APA Editor’s Note: “From the Therapist’s Chair” is intended to be a forum for professionals in the field. We invite you to forward articles or papers to : ANAD,…

Limiting Dependency

Author: Kara Lowe, CTRS, TRS Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. One of the most common dangers therapists are…

Exercise…What Kind of Shape are You Getting Yourself In?

Author: Calene Van Noy, RD, CD Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. As the Olympics begin and we see…

Food For Thought – Ten New Year’s Resolutions

By: Unknown 10 New Year’s Resolutions You Will Want to Keep! Be Patient. You have to eat a lot of cereal before you find the free toy. Strategize. If you…

Understanding The Three Aspects Of Self: Aids Along The Road To Recovery

By: Randy K. Hardman, PhD Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. It is apparent to me from years of…

Music Therapy: An Innovative Approach In The Treatment Of Clients With Eating Disorders

By: Lynette L. Taylor, MT-BC Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. Many of you probably use music therapeutically on…

Letter Of Hope

Hey Ladies, First of all, I’d like to say that I am going to miss each and every one of you so much! You have all been such a great…

Family Therapy For Clients With Eating Disorders

By: Kipling Rasmussen, PhD Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. Although the origins of eating disorders are complex and…

Eating Disorder Recovery – A Spiritual Perspective

Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. Women who suffer from eating disorders battle intense emotions and inner conflicts that…

Effects Of Self-Concept, Media, And Gender Differences On Eating And Exercise Disorders

By: Kristine Wright, Care Tech Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. Eating disorders have been on the rise and…

Using Creative Strategies to Reach Sexually Traumatized Clients Who Engage in Eating Disorders

Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. As I worked with my client in therapy, we reviewed once again how…

A Story of Hope

Author: Loni – Care Tech This is a rare and unusual story – a true story about a girl with whom I became close friends, and who I later observed…

Life Changes: The View of the Care Giver

Author: Julie Johnson, Care Technician at Center for Change Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. Early last summer I…

Getting Practical: Using the Life Skills in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

Author: T. O. Paul Harper, PhD Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. SUPPORTING NEW BELIEFS, EMOTIONS AND BEHAVIORS “Cindy…

Experiential Art as Therapy for Women Suffering with Eating Disorders

Author: Kathleen Slade Hofer, MS TRS Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. Art can be used as a powerful…

Facts and Figures

By: Unknown * The average American woman is 5’4″, weighs 140 lbs., and wears a size 14 dress. * The “ideal” woman-portrayed by models, Miss America, Barbie dolls, and screen…

Suggestions To Help Anyone With An Eating Disorder “Get Through” The Holiday Season A Little Better

By: CFC Please note that this is an Archived article and may contain content that is out of date. These suggestions and ideas come from women at Center for Change…

Hope

By: Meghan Raab Hope can be hard to see, When under the rubble is me. I get scared and lost, As my ship gets tossed. My mast may be broken…