“Treatment and Identification of Eating Disorders for Medical Professionals” training event hosted by ERC and MBHA. Thank you to everyone that joined us and helped make the event a success. Here are some photos.
In Mind/Body Exercise, the “Mind” Comes First. Exercise is a loaded issue for many people with eating disorders, isn’t it? On one end of the continuum, some obsess over working out as a way to cancel out food they’ve eaten — while there are others who avoid exercise altogether because it seems too hard, too Keep Reading →
By Jennie J. Kramer, MSW, LCSW With apologies for the (irresistible) pun, here are some important pieces of information that anyone who is considering weight loss surgery ought to consider. If you are among the one-third of Americans who has watched your weight spiral out of control (1), it makes sense that you are considering Keep Reading →
Research from Michigan State finds that women who really liked these books were more likely to have an eating disorder and other unhealthy habits — MBHANY founder/director Jennie Kramer discusses the link here: http://scarsdale.dailyvoice.com/lifestyle/scarsdale-expert-comments-reports-50-shades-grey-link-abuse