Blog Posts - Eating Disorders



QUESTIONS ABOUT WORKING WITH AN EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT

What is an educational consultant? An educational consultant is a professional who assists parents with their children, teens and / or young adults. Educational consultants are skilled in helping parents find addiction treatment programs, college pre...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Jun 30, 2016

Are You Interested in an e-Book That Lists AAP Covered, Insurance Covered, Low Cost, Medicaid Covered, No Cost, Non-Profit, Residential Treatment Programs?

In 2007 I published a PDF File Book that covered the entire United States and listed residential treatment programs and schools that were AAP covered, covered by insurance, were low-cost, Medicaid covered, non-profits, and some were even no cost to &...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Jun 19, 2016

UNDERSTANDING INTERVENTION

Intervention derives from the Latin word intervenire, meaning “to interrupt or come between”. Although interventions are most commonly used in behavioral health as a way for families and loved ones to address alcohol/drug addictions and substance...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Jun 17, 2016

Had a Serious Eating Disorders? The Treatment of Eating Disorders That You Can Do

Eating disorders are serious health issues that could be both physically and emotionally destructive. People with eating disorders ought to seek a specialist. Early diagnosis and intervention may enhance recovery. Eating disorders becomes chronic, de...
by Daily Treatment on Jun 16, 2016

Eating Disorder Definition

Eating Disorders describe illnesses that happen to be characterized by irregular diet regime and severe distress or concern about bodyweight or shape. Eating disturbances might include inadequate or excessive diet plan which can ultimately damage an...
by Daily Treatment on Jun 9, 2016

Eating Disorder Treatment Program Options

Someone being affected by an eating disorder posseses an unhealthy relationship with food that's interfering with many aspects of everyday life. A person may eat virtually no food, eat excessively a lot of food, be keen about thoughts of food or exer...
by Daily Treatment on Jun 7, 2016

How To Reduce Appetite

Having excessive appetite often makes people worry, especially for those who are on a diet program. As we have seen, a high appetite would lead a person to continue to eat foods that are not needed by the body. Calorie intake will also be excessive s...
by Daily Treatment on May 23, 2016

How to Increase Appetite

no appetite (c) solusisehatku.comLoss of appetite in the long term is indeed a worrisome thing because it would be bad impact on your health. This problem does not only occur in children, because that has been aged more than 12 years to adults a...
by Daily Treatment on May 22, 2016

A Special Guest Author Article ~ By Author, Dr, Kevin T Coughlin on “Eating Without Emotions.”

Welcome Recovery Friends and Readers, Today we have a fantastic Guest Author and Featured Article about Eating Disorder. We all know addiction is addiction no matter the type. But I find there can be different components to the behaviors and habits t...

My Mum Had an Eating Disorder

When we think of eating disorders, we tend to think that they only affect teenaged girls. But it seems more middle aged women – and men – are developing eating disorders. Sadly, it seems that we never grow out of our desire to be thin. I...
by Middle Aged Mama on Mar 20, 2016

Decision Making Difficulties in Gambling and Eating Disorders

    Following on from yesterday’s blog Can decision-making research provide a better understanding of chemical and behavioral addictions  today the second part of this blog which addresses decision making deficits in behavioral addic...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 19, 2016

Decision Making Difficulties in Gambling and Eating Disorders

    Following on from yesterday’s blog Can decision-making research provide a better understanding of chemical and behavioral addictions  today the second part of this blog which addresses decision making deficits in behavioral addic...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 19, 2016

Can Decision Making Research Provide a Better Understanding of Chemical and Behavioral Addictions?

  Part 1 This excellent review (1) covers many of the brain regions we have discussed as being implicated in all the addictive behaviours. We have previously suggested also  that these brain regions are connected in impaired  decision making d...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 18, 2016

Can Decision Making Research Provide a Better Understanding of Chemical and Behavioral Addictions?

  Part 1 This excellent review (1) covers many of the brain regions we have discussed as being implicated in all the addictive behaviours. We have previously suggested also  that these brain regions are connected in impaired  decision making d...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Mar 18, 2016

What is Bulimia Nervosa? (Was 307.51 now F50.2)

By David Joel Miller. When eating and avoiding weight gain collide. Bulimia Nervosa, Bulimia for short, is one of the feeding and eating disorders and is diagnosed about 4 times more often than Anorexia Nervosa according to the DSM-5. For … Con...
by counseolrssoapbox on Mar 18, 2016

What is Anorexia Nervosa (307.1, F50.01 or F50.02)

By David Joel Miller. Anorexia is an eating disorder that is about more than food. Anorexia Nervosa, Anorexia for short, is one of the Feeding and Eating Disorders that are officially recognized as a mental disorder in the DSM-5. Anorexia … Con...
by counseolrssoapbox on Mar 11, 2016

Video: Eating Disorders and the Word Fat

Watch the video below to see what people with eating disorders have to say about the word “fat”. The post Video: Eating Disorders and the Word Fat appeared first on Lakehouse Recovery Center.
by Recovery Advocates on Mar 2, 2016

How Thinking Can Make Us Fat! Thought-Shape Fusion in Eating Disorders

Thought Shape Fusion – Cognitive Distortions linked to Eating Disorders   Throughout our blogs on this blogsite we have attempted to show that there are commonalities between various addictive behaviours from alcoholism to addiction to sub...
by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Aug 20, 2015

A Brief History of Treating Addiction as an Emotional Disorder

by Inside The Alcoholic Brain on Jul 13, 2015

Horizon Family Solutions, LLC Announces Kimberly Bryant, MA as Newest Therapeutic Consultant Team Member

Horizon Family Solutions, LLC located in Boulder, Colorado is pleased to announce the addition of Kimberly Bryant, MA, LPC to support its tremendous growth Boulder, Colorado— June 24, 2015 — Kimberly Bryant, MA, LPC has joined the advocacy, educa...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Jun 26, 2015


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