Eating Disorder Treatment in Center City Philadelphia: Do you, or someone you know, suffer from anorexia, bulimia, or binge eating? Have you tried to take recommendations from others in order to make healthier choices, but have found it futile? Perhaps you've tried to help a friend and noticed that their health is not improving. This section includes a collection of strategies that one can implement to try to affect a positive change, as well as necessary information on healthy dieting and weight loss.
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The Myth VS The Reality: Admire people who do not listen to their hunger
What to expect at a doctors visit
The formal definition of anorexia nervosa
Types of Anxiety Disorders commonly associated with Bulimia Nervosa.
This is an overview of Common Cognitive Distortions. Cognitive Distortions tend to occur when we are stuck in our negative thinking. These types of thoughts are especially common for individuals struggling with anxiety or depression. Take a look over the list to see if you can connect with any of the definitions or examples. It is possible to have more than one cognitive distortion at a time.
This tip identifies the most common communication stumbling blocks that people with Anorexia Nervosa struggle with and provides readers with concrete suggestions of what one can do to overcome this problem.
Many people find that when they are watching TV, they eat, and eat, and eat. People often wonder why they do that when they are trying to lose weight, and don't really want to eat; they aren't hungry but they eat anyway. There are many possible reasons that people do this, and it takes therapeutic work to identify your specific personal reasons. However, the following reasons that people compulsively eat while watching TV are not uncommon:
Creating positive affirmations to combat anxiety.
Identifying an eating disorder.
Typical feelings about entering therapy for anorexia nervosa.
Ever wonder why one should exercise? Or what type of exercise a person should do if they are elderly, suffer from chronic pain or an eating disorder? If so, then keep reading . . .
This tip is designed to help you evaluate your motivation to change or stop a negative behavior.
Healthy snack suggestions.
This tip will help explain how someone gets diagnosed with a personality disorder and what that can mean and look like for their life and relationships.
The "right" answer depends upon your background.
Why eating properly is not enough.
Technique for improving ones self image uncovering the subconscios thought .
Improving Relationships - requires taking action. How to take the initiative.
What is going on in the mind of someone with Anorexia.
Recognize and respond to anxiety and panic disorders - Knowing When It’s More Than Worry
Technique for letting go of perfectionism.
Develop an anxiety workbook to release anxiety. This book can be modified to release anger, depression etc.
Why seeing a medical doctor is important.
Definition of Metabolism
Mirror checking is just one of the many rituals individuals with Body Dysmorphic Disorder develop. While the intention to glance briefly in the mirror may seem harmless, it often doesn't stop there with just a few minutes in front of the mirror. Rituals like mirror checking can trigger one's disorder, and is part of the obsessive cycle. If you can identify with the appeal and dangers of mirror checking, read on for strategies on how to reduce this ritual.
For some individuals who struggle with poor body image, they develop a distorted perception about how they look, and how others view them. A thought record is designed to walk you through the process of your negative thinking, with the goal of challenging and clarifying your thinking.
Strategies for Processing Emotions.
Have you often heard various types of words to describe therapy? Have you wondered if there's even a difference between Counseling and Psychotherapy? There's many different labels for psychotherapy, and there are many different labels for the psychotherapist. Keep reading to find out the difference.
It is common for new clients to question the purpose or necessity in exploring their family history, but exploring our past can help us gain a better understanding about ourselves and how we behave today.
Having boundaries in your life means having awareness of what you are comfortable with when it comes to your relationships with others. When we know what works for us, we can give those around us clear lines and expectations, which in turn improves the quality of our relationships.
This tip is for people with Bulimia who are average weight or above.
A list of risk factors that make a person vulnerable to becoming anorexic.
Set point theory definition.
How a spiritual connection can facilitate your healing process.