Autumn typically means cooler, darker days, busier schedules with school and work, oh, and we can’t forget about all of those holiday parties. When things get busy, to-do lists get longer, calendars fill up and our self-care can slip further and further down our priority list. Thankfully, there are some simple changes to re-prioritize and maintain or even improve your well being.
Many people believe that the majority of eating disorder patients are female. However, recent studies are showing that this is not the case. Males, also, suffer from eating disorders. In fact, the amount of male eating disorder patients may even surprise you...
By Guest Blogger, Rebecca Weiss. I used to joke and tell people I was allergic to exercise. It did seem that every time we were supposed to run around the track or play dodge ball in middle school I’d start to feel a bit unwell. Those Presidential Physical Fitness contests? I regularly threw up on [...]
By Dr. Tony Wendorf, Guest Blogger In a culture that values image so much, women may feel a lot of pressure to look a certain way. Over the last few decades the movement toward valuing “being thin” has progressed at an alarming rate. Eating disorders have also followed suit and increased over the last 10-20 [...]
Gestalt Therapy is a growth-oriented approach to working with people that emphasizes context and relationship. The Gestalt approach embraces a person’s physical, psychological, intellectual, emotional, interpersonal and spiritual experience. Each of these interconnected aspects of living is considered inseparable from a person’s environment, history and culture. Gestalt therapy seeks to develop awareness, support creative [...]