Have you ever wondered how much you should weigh? Of course you have. We all have. Now, let’s reword that question. Have you ever wondered what an appropriate weight is for you, right now, at this point in your life? Can you see the nuance between the two questions? The first question includes the word … 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
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?
Written by Ron A. Thompson, PhD, FAED, CEDS When talking with athletes and coaches about eating disorders, the question I am often asked is how eating disorders affect sport performance. This is an important question because some athletes tell me that their performance actually improved when they began disordered eating behaviors (i.e., restricted eating, weight … Read More
Written by Kimberli McCallum, MD, FAPA, CEDS, CEO and Executive Medical Director of McCallum Place Eating Disorder Centers I have been working with patients and their families struggling to overcome eating disorders for 25 years. My first patient as a resident at UCLA was a brilliant young woman struggling with restrictive eating, compulsive exercise and … 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
Written by Cherie Massmann, LPC, NCC Due to the efforts of advocacy agencies attempting to raise awareness about the devastating effects, most people are familiar with the eating disorders of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia. All one would have to do is survey the landscape of popular women’s magazines to at least be exposed to these … Read More
Mindful eating practices are effective in eliminating binge eating and helping one build a healthy relationship with food. By noticing and appreciating the flavors, textures, colors, aromas and anticipation of that next bite the experience of eating can become a pleasurable one — free of guilt and shame. Start small- challenge yourself to start each meal today by … Read More