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Back to school stress: 10 common signs of an eating disorder
Studies show the median age of onset for an eating disorder is 18-years-old for bulimia and anorexia, and 21-years-old for binge eating. Ten to 20% of women and 4 to 10% of men in college suffer from an eating disorder, and rates are on the rise.
Rogers’ OCD and Anxiety Center provides evidence-based treatment, helping kids and their families rise above
The world-class OCD and Anxiety Center at Rogers Behavioral Health offers evidence-based, specialized residential treatment for children and teens.
How Rogers offers school support while children receive treatment
When a child’s mental health or addiction challenges require specialized care, a common concern is not wanting the student to fall behind in school.
Get an inside look at Rogers in Nashville
Rogers’ Nashville clinic offers two levels of intensive outpatient treatment for adults, adolescents, and children, allowing patients to receive treatment for part of the day and return to home, school, or work.
Rogers’ approach to mental health and addiction uses gold standard treatment
Researchers have found that approximately half of individuals who experience addiction during their lives will also have a co-occurring mental health disorder such as anxiety or depression and vice versa.
Motivational interviewing: The 'WD-40' of behavior change
Learn more about the background and rationale for using MI and discuss the training, goal setting, and self-assessment tools needed to improve your MI skills and knowledge.
Take a virtual tour of the Ladish Co. Foundation Center
Since opening its doors in August 2021, the Ladish Co. Foundation Center has provided a restful and stigma-free space on Rogers’ Oconomowoc campus for patients, their loved ones, and community members to gather.
Evidence-based psychological and pharmacological interventions for perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
Though evidence-based treatments exist, up to 86% of women experiencing PMAD do not receive the treatment they need.
Rising above an eating disorder: Jordan’s story
Jordan says after traumatic events in her family she felt like she was losing control. She began to focus on what she could control, which was her eating and exercise. She was eventually diagnosed with an eating disorder during a visit with a primary care doctor. After a hospital stay where she says she was on death's door, Jordan realized she needed to accept help.