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Self-Care during COVID-19

Senior Director of Clinical Programming Melissa Coffin, PhD, CEDS-S shares ways to stay connected during this time of social distancing during COVID-19. Read on to learn some of Dr. Coffin's tips... If you’ve been working on recovery from your eating disorder, you are...

Hidden Signs Of Anorexia Nervosa

As eating disorders go, anorexia nervosa is one of the most common types, affecting millions of adolescents and young adults every year. Because it can run concurrent with other mental health disorders, and because it often manifests during a time of extreme social...

Examining Eating Disorders in the LGBTQ Community

Regardless of background, sexual orientation, gender identity or other characteristics, anyone can develop an eating disorder. However, eating disorders are more prevalent in some populations than others. One such population is the LGBTQ community, which experiences a...

Mental Health Disorders Part One: Neurobiology and Genetics

Medical Director Dr. Molly Perlman, MD, MPH, CEDS is a board certified psychiatrist and practices psychotherapy and medication management for a range of psychiatric conditions including, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, bipolar disorder,...

How Fad Diets Lead to Disordered Eating

Dieting is not considered a direct cause of eating disorders at this time. However, in some cases, engaging in fad dieting may contribute to the development of an eating disorder, such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. In fact, research has shown that engaging...

A Look at Medical Treatments for Anorexia Nervosa

Without treatment, anorexia nervosa can cause serious health problems and even put the client’s life at risk. In fact, this condition has the highest mortality rate of all mental health conditions. Food restriction and weight loss leave the brain and body without what...

The Pitfalls & Perks of NYE Resolutions

Karin Lawson, PsyD, CEDS, RYT-200 is a licensed psychologist, certified eating disorder therapist and writer in private practice. She’s located in Miami, FL. Dr. Lawson is currently the Vice President of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals –...

Orthorexia vs ARFID: Understanding the Differences

When it comes to eating disorders, most people have heard of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge-eating disorder. However, these are not the only eating disorders in existence. Two eating disorders that do not receive as much attention in society or popular...

Remaining Centered During the Holiday Season

Monte Nido & Affiliates Chief Clinical Officer Melissa Spann, LMHC, PhD, CEDS-S discusses the upcoming holidays in this week's blog post. Dr. Spann shares some ideas on how to remain centered during this time of year.  As the aisles in Target are peppered with...

How Is ARFID Different from Anorexia Nervosa?

ARFID is a relatively new diagnostic term that many people may not be familiar with. ARFID stands for Avoidant-Restrictive Food Intake Disorder. The disorder is characterized by extremely selective eating habits as well as disturbed eating patterns and goes beyond...

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