A Dialectical Behavior Therapy Intensive Outpatient Program (DBT IOP) is coming this spring to our Seattle site. So what exactly does that mean? Therapist Amy Hammett, the program's coordinator, explains DBT and how it applies to eating disorder treatment at The Emily Program.
Recovery is possible and it happens in multiple ways. Come see for yourself. We enjoy hearing former clients, community members, and even our peers talk about their journey to recovery from an eating disorder. Gathering together as a community provides another level of support. It provides a forum that is safe, inspiring, and powerful.
Hi everyone! Today's post focuses on a series of movements commonly called "Sun Breaths." Sun Breaths can be a quick and accessible way to decrease stress and feel more energized and alert.
The Emily Program offers a wide array of individual and group therapy options for clients at all levels of care. Today, let’s take a closer look at an outpatient group called Body Image Y. To learn more, we caught up with therapist Laura Sferra at our Spokane, WA site.
A recent study suggests that pre-teens who develop eating disorder symptoms may exhibit risk factors as younger children. Over the course of the six-year longitudinal study, researchers collected data on eating disorder symptoms, feelings of depression, and body satisfaction at ages seven, nine, and 12.