Eating Disorders

4 Types Of Eating Disorders And How To Identity Them

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In the U.S., over 24 million people suffer from an eating disorder. Most tend to develop during adolescence and early adulthood, leading to a lifetime of unhealthy eating habits and behaviors. These habits and behaviors can result in nutritional deficiencies and other serious health problems. Continue reading […]

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6 Must-Read Blog Articles About Mental Health

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There are hundreds of thousands of blog articles about mental health online. We gathered six from the Dean A. Aman, LPCMH blog that have had the most impact. Continue reading […]

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How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Works

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  Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a problem-focused/action-orientated style of talk therapy that helps identify and change negative or destructive thoughts, behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes. The method improves emotional regulation and quality of life while providing a scaffolding to build effective coping strategies and healthier patterns of behavior upon. Continue reading […]

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What Is The Difference Between Anorexia And Bulimia?

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Anorexia and bulimia are both serious eating disorders that require mental health and medical attention. However, they present with different symptoms and behaviors. Let’s look at the difference between anorexia and bulimia so that you may better recognize and understand the signs of each in a loved one. Whatever the eating disorder, it’s important to Continue reading […]

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