“Ask Emily” Is Treatment Right for Me?
Dr. Jillian Lampert answers a question about whether The Emily Program treats different levels of care.
“Ask Emily” What is the Role of Weight Loss in Binge Eating Disorder Treatment?
Dr. Jillian Lampert addresses how The Emily Program approaches weight loss within eating disorder treatment for binge eating.
“Ask Emily” Negative Body Talk
What should you do when a friend makes negative comments about their body?
“Ask Emily” How Much Exercise is Too Much?
How do you know when you're exercising too much? Dr. Jillian Lampert answers this question.
“Ask Emily” How Much Exercise is Too Much?
how do you know when you're exercising too much? Dr. Jillian Lampert answers this question.
“Ask Emily” How Will Treatment Fit into My Life?
Dr. Jillian Lampert discusses finding time for treatment in your busy life.
“Ask Emily” Am I Sick Enough for Eating Disorder Treatment?
Dr. Jillian Lampert answers the question, "Am I sick enough for eating disorder treatment?"
“Ask Emily” Getting Kids to Eat a Variety of Foods
“Ask Emily” My Teenage Daughter is Becoming a Picky Eater
Dr. Lampert discusses what to do when your teenager (or kid(s) of any age) start becoming more selective about what they eat.
“Ask Emily” Overeating For Too Long
Dr. Jillian Lampert answers a question about overeating in this edition of "Ask Emily".
"Ask Emily" Supporting a Loved One
In this "Ask Emily," Dr. Jillian Lampert discusses how you can help a loved one through their struggle when they've received treatment at The Emily Program, but since moved away and there isn't currently an Emily Program location near them.
A Recovery Story: Erin
Adolescent Services at The Emily Program
Adult Residential Eating Disorder Treatment at The Emily Program
When adult males and females need 24/7 eating disorder care and support, our residential program is among the best. Our doctors, therapists, and dietitians specialize in eating disorders, providing the best care possible to each person.
Answering The "Am I Fat?" Question
CityStream: Emily Program
Eating Disorders in Adolescents
Fat Talk Free Week (2008)
The video describes “Fat Talk” as statements made in everyday conversation that reinforce the thin-ideal standard of female beauty and contribute to women's dissatisfaction with their bodies. Examples of fat talk may include: "I'm so fat," "Do I look fat in this?" "I need to lose 10 pounds" and "She's too fat to be wearing that swimsuit." Statements that are considered fat talk don't necessarily have to be negative; they can seem positive yet also reinforce the need to be thin - "You look great! Have you lost weight?"
Fat Talk Free Week (2009)
This is the follow up video to the 2008 campaign and it demonstrates how “Fat Talk” has an impact on girls at many different ages and backgrounds. It creates a call to action to eliminate fat talk so each girl can have a brighter future.
Good Food-Bad Food
Partial Plus Lodging
Lodging provides a home-like place to stay while participating in intensive treatment programs.
What Makes The Emily Program Different?
What is Binge Eating Disorder?
What Causes Eating Disorders
Media And Eating Disorders
What's Unique About The Emily Program?
Males And Eating Disorders
Males struggle with eating disorders too. However, eating disorders can show up differently in men.
Is There Good Food And Bad Food?
Taking The First Step
The Role Of Dietitians At The Emily Program
Common Misconceptions About Eating Disorders
Yoga: Sun Breaths
Lisa Diers, RYT, Director of Nutrition and Yoga at The Emily Program, guides you through the Sun Breaths pose. Sun Breaths can be a quick, accessible way to decrease stress and feel energized and alert.
Yoga: Downward Dog
Lisa Diers, RYT, Director of Nutrition and Yoga at The Emily Program, guides you through this pose.
Yoga: Legs Up the Wall
Legs Up the Wall is a classic pose for cultivating relaxation, aiding in stress reduction, and promoting a gentle stretch in the legs. Lisa Diers, RYT, yoga services manager at The Emily Program guides you through this pose.
Yoga: Breath of Joy
A message from Lisa Diers, E-RYT: A few benefits of Breath of Joy that you may experience: Less stress or anxious feeling, increased circulation in the body, increased energy levels or increased number of smiles.
Yoga: Alternate Nostril Breathing
This yoga focus is a powerful and accessible practice called Nadi Shodhana or Alternate Nostril Breathing (ANB). This practice is about BALANCE. Alternate Nostril Breathing balances the right & left hemispheres of the brain, the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. In essence, ANB creates balance between "fight or flight" and "rest and digest" responses, calming the nervous system and decreasing stress.
Yoga: 17-Minute Chair Practice
Our 17-minute chair yoga practice is designed to help you receive benefits of building balance, strength, and calm with the support of the chair. Remember, these poses are invitations and suggestions. Modify to fit your needs, always honor your body, your practice, and your journey.
Yoga: Child's Pose Variations
For some, the traditional version of child's pose can feel like a grounding, safe, and comfortable resting pose, but for many it can feel uncomfortable in the hips, knees, and breath. Perhaps these variations will speak to you. If they don't that's OK too!
Yoga: Heart Openers
Heart openers help us to open our heart to receive what we need and let go of what no longer serves us. They also help us experience the grounding and healing benefit of our heart beat. The beat that has been with you your entire life.
Yoga: Guided Meditation: Relaxation, Observation and Non-attachment
This meditation creates an opportunity to practice noticing the fluctuations of the mind -- the choice you have in observing, without attachment, to thoughts that don't serve you.