Psychotherapy and Coaching > A Good Combo for Recovery – an interview with Jennifer Rollin

When treating your child for an eating disorder like anorexia, binge eating disorder or bulimia, you will benefit from employing a multidisciplinary team, which may include professionals such as a psychotherapist, registered dietitian, doctor, psychiatrist, and recovery coach. We spoke with Jennifer Rollin, MSW, LGSW, who is a licensed psychotherapist who recently added recovery coaching to her practice. She says …

a woman feeling overwhelmed by eating disorder

Why You Should Talk to Someone About How You Feel

I have yet to meet a parent who doesn’t get overwhelmed when thinking about all of the things necessary to steer the family ship. There is complex tactical coordination, like getting everyone out the door in the morning to figuring out sports, music and school activities. And, of course, it’s not just about the kids’ schedules – parents have their own schedules to …

How Intuitive Eating Can Help Your Whole Family – An Interview with Christy Harrison

“If you have a child who is diagnosed with an eating disorder like bulimia, binge eating disorder or anorexia, it’s important to know that people do fully recover from eating disorders,” says Christy Harrison, a dietitican specializing in eating disorder recovery. “People who have gone through what you are going through right now have made it through to the other side.” …

What to Know if Your Child is Diagnosed With an Eating Disorder

First of all, we send you all the love we can right now. It can be devastating to learn that your child is sick, and eating disorders like bulimia, binge eating disorder and anorexia carry with them a lot of confusion and misunderstanding. Please, take a deep breath, and know that you can get through this with love. IT’S NOT YOUR …

How Treatment Plans Differ for Anorexia Compared to Bulimia – An Interview With Dr. Sarah Ravin

More Love Asked: Dr. Ravin, can you tell us how you approach Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa from an evidence-based treatment standpoint? How similar/dissimilar are they from each other? Response from Dr. Ravin: I approach Anorexia Nervosa (Anorexia) and Bulimia Nervosa (Bulimia) from an evidence-based treatment standpoint by keeping up to date on the latest scientific research on these conditions and applying …

F.E.A.S.T. Provides Parents With Evidence-Based Resources for Eating Disorder Care

If you haven’t spent any time on F.E.A.S.T. yet, please do! It’s an international organization for parents and caregivers of eating disorder patients. If your child has an eating disorder, especially anorexia, then please go check out their resources for evidence-based treatment. I created this printable graphic regarding some of the core principles the organization states: