Recent research has focused on how impaired social cognition might play a role in the development and persistence of anorexia nervosa (AN). (“Social cognition” refers to the thought processes that underlie social interaction, allowing people to empathize, decode others’ thoughts and emotions, and appropriately shape their own behavior in social situations.)
Blog Archives: November 2016
Eating disorders are neurobiological illnesses that have both psychological and physical manifestations. They are complex and require comprehensive treatment teams to greatly increase a client’s chance of success.
That’s why The Emily Program employs a multidisciplinary team of eating disorder specialists to deliver optimal care to every client. Here, we believe care demands, at a minimum, medical, psychological, psychiatric and nutritional components, along with family and other supports. If any of these components are missing, treatment will likely be less successful.
Today’s nutrition blog focuses on the approaching Thanksgiving holiday.
We are excited to announce the opening of Park Lodging in St. Paul, MN and The Vue in Cleveland, OH! Park Lodging and The Vue are for adults (ages 18+) who do not live within driving distance of one of our outpatient offices, but need to participate in our partial hospitalization program. Partial plus lodging allows guests to stay in a comfortable, safe and supportive setting near our locations while working on their recovery.
Exercise is usually great, but too much exercise and lack of calorie absorption can be unhealthy.