Staying in Touch with the Latest Science of the Field
The medical and clinical leadership team at Eating Recovery Center is committed to staying in touch with the science of the field and incorporating evidence-based interventions into the treatment philosophy.
In addition, the team itself has driven scientific inquiry into these illnesses and continues to be involved in eating disorders research. As a result of this early and consistent exposure to the latest emerging treatment modalities, Eating Recovery Center’s expert treatment team has the advantage of knowing the evidence base before it goes to print, and integrating proven approaches into the spectrum of care as soon as possible to support positive treatment outcomes.
The Need for Complex Ideas in Anorexia Nervosa: Why Biology, Environment, and Psyche All Matter, Why Clinicians Make Mistakes, and Why Clinical Benchmarks Are Needed for Managing Weight Correction
by Craig Johnson, PhD, FAED, CEDS, Chief Clinical Officer, Eating Recovery Center, and Michael Strober, PhD
International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2012; 45:155-178
Challenges in Conducting a Multi-Site Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing Treatments for Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa
by Craig Johnson, PhD, FAED, CEDS, Chief Clinical Officer, Eating Recovery Center, James Lock, MD, PhD, Harry Brandt, MD, Blake Woodside, MD, W. Katherine Halmi, MD, Walter Kaye, MD, and Denise Wilfley, PhD
International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2012; 45:202-213
Treating Eating Disorders with Acceptance and Values Based Approaches
by Emmett R. Bishop, Jr., MD, FAED, CEDS, Medical Director of Adult Services, Eating Recovery Center