Nationally Recognized Eating Disorder Treatment in Maryland and Washington DC
Eating and Body Image Therapy Center is Maryland and Washington D.C.’s premier treatment center offering comprehensive and compassionate care for those with eating disorders, and co-occurring disorders like self-harm behaviors or other destructive habits. We’ll help you learn to accept your body and learn to love yourself from the inside out.
Personalized Treatment for all genders with a High Success Rate
Eating and Body Image Therapy Center recently studied the outcomes for our eating disorder clients and measured an 80% success rate.
This is due in part because of the customized levels of care that include residential, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient programs, and traditional outpatient treatment programs. Eating and Body Image Therapy Center provides client-centered treatment and help with eating disorders for all genders. This includes personalized treatment plans for the treatment of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, atypical anorexia, binge eating disorder, OSFED, ARFID, compulsive exercise, and muscle dysmorphia.
Your Guide To Understanding Eating Disorders
Written by: Christopher Gardner Read the original article here. Researchers at Yale School of Medicine and the VA Connecticut Healthcare System, in a pair of complementary studies, investigated eating disorders in Iraq and Afghanistan war-era veterans, a group thought...
‘The Crown’ did a disservice to eating disorder survivors with Princess Diana’s bulimia storyline, according to experts
Read the original article here. Eating disorder experts told Insider that "The Crown" left out key details in its portrayal of Princess Diana's experience with bulimia. The fourth season of the historical drama shows Diana (Emma Corrin) binge and purge during...
TLC’s ‘Hot and Heavy’ show about ‘mixed-weight’ couples could hurt and stigmatize fat people, experts say
On December 10, TLC shared the trailer for its upcoming show "Hot and Heavy" that follows "mixed-weight couples," meaning one partner is heavier than the other. The release sparked criticism right away, in part because in each case, the woman is the heavier partner,...