March 15, 2019

By Linday Gooze,  LMFT

Slip-ups are a part of recovery. When I say this to clients, they often shudder and say, “Maybe for other people, but I want to do this perfectly.” Well, this makes sense. Many people struggling with eating disorders also struggle with perfectionism, rigidity, and black and white thinking. These qualities drive the eating disorder, but they cannot drive recovery.

February 02, 2019

by Elizabeth Weiner, LMFT

Achieving and maintaining a healthy weight is an all too common and controversial discussion in schools across the United States.

However, implementation of screening programs across American schools is not typically paired with engagement of families and strategy development to support student’s healthy bodies.

Schools identify at-risk youth, sometimes inaccurately.

January 07, 2019

 

by Sona DeLurgio, PsyD, LMFT

Enjoying that brownie – YES! Savoring the creamy mac n’ cheese – YES! Delighting in the juicy

peach – YES!

We do enjoy food. We’re supposed to, it’s one of the pleasures of life.

Yet sometimes our eating doesn’t bring pleasure but becomes more of a villain. You might fear

you enjoy food too much, indulge too much, or just feel out of control with your eating. Then

December 16, 2018

By Amanda F Jennings. LMFT

Did you know that all health insurance now includes benefits for behavioral health?  You can get psychotherapy paid by you health insurance at the same rate as physical illnesses.  So why not try this option?  Depending on your coverage you could be looking at paying a small weekly copay and your insurance pays the rest. 

November 10, 2018

 

By Kim Scott, LMFT

KimScottMFT.com

So often we go into the holiday season with dread because we are afraid of all the holiday parties with tempting food and drink.  We are afraid that by the end of the season the weight gain will be huge.  Fear no more . . . If you follow these three simple tips you can rest assured that you won’t have January Post-Traumatic Scale Shock.

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