Eating Disorders, Psychoeducation, and the DSM-V

There is no debate that eating disorders pose serious health risks for the people suffering from them. But are psychiatry and psychoeducation as useful for treatment as they are for…


Exploring Atypical Forms of Major Eating Disorders

When thinking about eating disorders, you are most likely to focus your attention on the three most common conditions: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. Each of these…


Transgender Eating Disorders: Understanding Bulimia Nervosa and Gender Dysphoria

When most people think back to what they have seen in the media and read online about people with an anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa diagnosis, they likely picture a…


Can Practicing Mindfulness Aid Eating Disorder Recovery?

Mental health disorders are less stigmatized than ever before; widespread, effective help in the form of counseling and medicine are available for treatment. Conditions like anxiety and depression affect millions…