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Paul Schommer overcame an eating disorder as a teenager during treatment at Rogers that has allowed him to now compete as a member of the U.S. Biathlon Team.
After Kristy experienced a traumatic event in her life, she found herself struggling—with an eating disorder she didn’t understand and stuck in a revolving door of mental health outpatient clinics. But then she found an effective path to recovery through Rogers.
Dr. Nicholas Farrell says eating disorders and obsessive-compulsive disorders have historically been treated separately, but now a specific treatment technique known as exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP) addresses both disorders at the same time. Dr. Farrell says Rogers Behavioral Health was one of the first treatment centers in the world to publish scientific data showing that using ERP to simultaneously treat eating disorders and OCD leads to a lessening of symptoms in both.
Dr. Nicholas Farrell demonstrates the use of exposure and response prevention (ERP). ERP is a component of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and considered the “treatment of choice” for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). ERP is also useful for treating other mental health conditions such as eating disorders, phobias, panic disorders, generalized anxiety disorders, and social anxieties.
Theresa, a past patient of Rogers' eating disorder programs, talks about her life before seeking treatment at Rogers, her journey through inpatient care, a residential program, and then a partial hospitalization program. She talks about her life now and how her treatment at Rogers set her up for a fulfilling helping others.
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