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The Eating Recovery Center Blog features frequent updates concerning Eating Recovery Center, our eating disorder treatment methods and programs, and upcoming meetings and events to help provide patients, families, professionals, and alumni alike with the information they need to understand their condition and enter on a path to long-lasting recovery.

ERC, The Woodlands Adds PHP in Program Expansion

August 26, 2016

ERC, The Woodlands is pleased to announce that it has expanded programming for patients ages 12 and over in the greater Houston area. In an effort to provide the very best eating disorder care, the expansion includes: Addition of Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP, 16 slots) Expanded capacity in Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP, 32 slots) Development…

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Addressing Back to School Treatment Resistance: Insight for Referring Professionals – Dr. Deborah Michel

August 26, 2016

ERC, The Woodlands is pleased to announce that it has expanded programming for patients ages 12 and over in the greater Houston area. Learn more about the Program Expansion. Below, Deborah Michel, PhD, CEDS, Founder and Director of ERC, The Woodlands, discusses how back to school season is upon us again—along with excitement and anticipation…

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Dr. Michael Lutter, Dr. Connie Langellier and Erin McGinty, M.S. Join Eating Recovery Center, Dallas

August 25, 2016

Eating disorder treatment facility welcomes three experts who bring key insight and expertise, complimenting ERC’s leadership in the region DALLAS (2016)—Eating Recovery Center, Dallas (ERC Dallas), a trusted provider of comprehensive treatment for eating disorders, announced today the addition of Dr. Michael Lutter, Dr. Connie Langellier, and Erin McGinty to its clinical and medical leadership…

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Take Action: Support the Mental Health Reform Act!

August 25, 2016

#MentalHealthReform | #PassS2680 Senate Campaign WHAT IS THE MENTAL HEALTH REFORM ACT? The Mental Health Reform Act of 2016 (S. 2680) is a comprehensive mental health bill that aims to combat suicide in our schools and communities, increase the mental health workforce, strengthen the enforcement of mental health parity law, invest in early intervention, integrate health…

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How to Overcome Excessive Exercise in Eating Disorder Treatment — Beth Riley

August 25, 2016

In our culture, exercise is viewed as a positive behavior. In fact, daily exercise is promoted as part of a healthy lifestyle and the “more is better” attitude seems to have become the norm. For many people with eating disorders, however, the concept of daily exercise is taken to the extreme. Individuals might begin an…

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How to Find Balance with Exercise in Eating Disorder Recovery — Robyn Cruze

August 24, 2016

I’d rather have poked myself in the eye than exercise when I first entered eating disorder recovery. When I was ill, I exercised to support my illness’s daily demands. So when I was in recovery, I stopped exercising altogether. Some people in eating disorder recovery find it hard not to exercise obsessively. But, whatever your thoughts on exercising are,…

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3 “P’s” for Recovery: Passion, Power and Purpose — Robyn Cruze

August 18, 2016

Lately I have been reflecting on my own recovery journey and on what has kept me inspired to recover for all these years. Nothing could prepare me for the gifts that recovery and utilizing the three “P’s” would give me. “What are the three ‘P’s’?” you ask. The three “P’s” are my personal keys to finding…

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10 Ways to Be a Body-Positive Parent — Jeana Cost

August 18, 2016

I have a six-year-old son. He loves art and music and he wants to be a DJ when he gets older. About once a week, someone asks him to “show his muscles.” I also have an eleven-year-old daughter. She is active and carefree and always confides in me. One of her last confessions was “candy…

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Need Information on Eating Disorders? We Can Help! — Millie Plotkin

August 18, 2016

Have you heard of the Eating Disorders Information Gateway? The Eating Disorders Information Gateway (EDIG) is a resource offered by the Eating Recovery Foundation. This website provides a single portal where anyone looking for information on eating disorders can access a variety of materials. Millie Plotkin, Informationist for Eating Recovery Center and partner programs, has…

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6 Reasons Why Bariatric Surgery Won’t Cure Your Eating Disorder — Dr. Julie Friedman

August 9, 2016

While there is no sure way to achieve and maintain weight loss, bariatric surgery is considered the most aggressive (and most effective) treatment for obesity and obesity-related comorbidities. Patients often turn to bariatric surgery in the hopes of: Losing weight and maintaining the weight lost Improving their health Achieving a better quality of life While…

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