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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or “CBT” is a method of treatment therapy that focuses on examining the relationships between a patient’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The key is to uncover the thoughts and feelings that lead to self-destructive or otherwise harmful more »

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Advice for Families

Are you a family member of a therapy patient? Whether your child, spouse, sibling, or other family member is attending therapy, chances are you have some questions. When one person in a family is struggling with an eating disorder, depression, more »

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Willingness Vs. Willfulness in Therapy

Willfulness: obstinately bent on having one’s own way. Said or done on purpose, deliberate. Willingness: ready to do something without being forced. Helpful, cooperative and enthusiastic. Offered voluntarily. In therapy for mental illness or other struggles, there will undoubtedly be more »

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