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Oftentimes, when people reach out for eating disorder treatment, their recovery can be further complicated by co-occurring obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Learn the signs a person with an eating disorder could also be suffering from OCD.
Being out in nature, enjoying the warmth of a greenhouse, and working with plants all have a positive effect on someone’s mood and can also reduce anxiety. Because of this, horticultural therapy has been a valuable component of our care across a variety of our treatment settings, but horticultural therapy is an especially good fit in eating disorder recovery.
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.
Much like treatment for eating disorders reintroduces foods or calories that have been eliminated, helping to reestablish a healthy relationship with exercise is an important part of eating disorder recovery at Rogers.
“As much as people think they’re getting everything they need from their ‘pure foods,’ they’re not.” Rogers’ Dr. Elizabeth Hamlin discusses when your diet could be headed toward orthorexia.
Did you know that over 30 million people in the U.S. are affected by eating disorders? Maybe you know someone that is struggling. Here are a few resources that can provide much-needed support for those suffering and their loved ones.
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. We invited Paul to share his thoughts on food and diet.
Picky Eating is common among young children, but what happens if it never goes away, involves many foods, or gets worse? Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder is an eating disorder involving an extreme avoidance or low intake of food. Here are seven facts you should know about it.
They are the most deadly of all psychiatric illnesses, affecting nearly 30 million Americans today. And they are highly misunderstood. Learn lifesaving insights that help dispel 5 dangerous stereotypes about eating disorders.
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