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  • Exams…Stress…Binge

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      Our friends at Castlewood Treatment Centers have shared another great article to keep you mindful and safe during exams this year!  Thank you Castlewood! Stress and bingeing are like peas and carrots, to steal a phrase from Forrest Gump. While everyone has a friend …

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  • Your “cleanse”, your colon and your bad decisions – KEEP THEM TO YOURSELF

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    If the idea that sharing bad info might catapult someone into an eating disorder sounds somehow inconsequential, understand that estimates for the number of Americans with EDs is in the 15 million range, and that does not include accurate statistics for Binge Eating Disorder, the most common eating disorder affecting 3% of women and 2.5% of men. Think of it this way… Do you think anyone from the state of Illinois will read your website or your post? Then likely someone who has an ED will as well. Illinois has a population just shy of the number of people who report having an eating disorder.

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  • New Research a Game Changer for Understanding Binge Eating

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    By Dr. Cynthia Bulik What better way to stop decades of misattribution of binge eating to willpower, sloth, or gluttony than actually identifying precise cellular connections in the brain that cause a mouse to eat, whether hungry or not! That is exactly what Garret Stuber, …

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  • BED and Men

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    Casey is the program coordinator for the Eating Disorder Center of Denver’s Binge Eating Disorder treatment program.  Under the supervision of Tamara Pryor, Ph.D., FAED, they have developed and implemented a 10-week BED treatment program that has received national recognition.    Casey has presented at …

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  • The Effect of the Inclusion of Binge Eating Disorder in the DSM-V

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    Dr. John Dolores is a clinical psychologist with an extensive background treating patients with a variety of disorders, including eating disorders. Dr. Dolores most recently was the Director of Behavioral Health at a General Medical Center in Wyoming, where he improved quality care by implementing empirically …

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  • Weight Bias Swings Both Ways

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    Sunny Randoll Haas is a woman of many talents, none of which earn her a red cent, but tons of well-deserved praise.  While awaiting entry to culinary school, she is currently expending her energies on mastering the home management arts, while trying like the devil to …

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  • Self Soothing and Art Therapy

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    Jamie Jones, MA, LPC, ATR, has a private practice located in Northwest Washington DC.   She specializes in the treatment of self-harming behavior as a verbal and art therapist and she offers both individual and group therapy.  She has training in Brief Solution Focused Family Therapy …

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  • Legislation, Advocacy and Eating Disorders

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    Jeanine C. Cogan, Ph.D. is the founding Executive Director and current Policy Director of the Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy & Action. Her policy career began in 1996 when she was awarded the James Marshall Public Policy Fellowship. In 1998 she received an additional highly …

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  • Residential BED Treatment Programs and Why They Work

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    Katie Thompson, MS, LPC, NCC, has been a primary therapist at Castlewood Treatment Center for two years.  Katie graduated from Marquette University with a BA in Communications, Education.  She later earned a Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee. Previously, she was a …

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  • Erase All Stereotypes: The Most Common Eating Disorder is BED

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    Cynthia M. Bulik, PhD, FAED, (BA, University of Notre Dame; MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley) is Distinguished Professor of Eating Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry in the School of Medicine at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she is also …

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