By Julie Raime and Nancy Anderson Many times an educator is the first person who notices some of the warning signs of an eating order. Think of all the time that a student spends in a classroom setting and how many different people consistently see them everyday. This may be the core classroom teachers, the PE … Read More
Caroline H Leibman, MA Ed, BC-DMT, NCC, SEP Individual Therapist; Dance & Movement, Expressive & Psychodrama Group Therapist In my previous blog I shared the important role of the Creative Arts therapies in Eating Disorders treatment. I cited Dance/Movement Therapy, Authentic Movement, Somatic Experiencing, Yoga Therapy and Mindful Walking as specific therapies and/or body-based … Read More
Julie Rami, M.A. Ed., B.S. Spec. Ed. McCallum Place Teacher Nancy Anderson, B.S. Ed. McCallum Place Teacher Many times an educator is the first person who notices some of the warning signs of an eating order. Think of all the time that a student spends in a classroom setting and how many different people consistently … Read More
Stephanie Bagby-Stone MD Medical Director at McCallum Place Columbia Making the decision to go to eating disorder treatment is sometimes very difficult when you are in college. Especially when you are an excellent student with career goals and worry about what might happen if you take time away from school. That choice can be challenging, … Read More
On Wednesday, May 6, 2015, Cherie Massmann, LPC, NCC was interviewed over a controversial photo taken at Busch Stadium. Below is the link. Trainer not apologizing for body shaming woman at Busch Stadium Share with us! How do you feel about this?
NEDA Awareness Week 2015 is Here! The St. Louis Planetarium was lit up for Eating Disorder Awareness Week! #NEDAwareness McCallum Place Eating Disorder Centers will be observing the National Eating Disorder Association’s Awareness Week February 22-February 28, 2015. NEDA’s week-long event encourages and promotes eating disorder education, events and outreach in local communities to help … Read More
Written by Julie Rami and Nancy Anderson During adolescence, the brain is growing and building neural pathways faster than any other time in life. A teen’s capacity to learn is at its maximum but the planning, organizing, and self control skills haven’t caught up yet. During the school year the tutoring room is very busy … Read More
Written by Cherie Massmann, LPC, NCC It is normal to overeat! In a culture filled with wonderfully delicious food, it is not uncommon to overindulge at times. Having a wonderful entrée or dessert at a favorite restaurant and having a hard time stopping when we know that we are full is quite normal. As a … Read More