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Courage and Strength on your Journey

By Maria Ganci My name is Maria Ganci and I am a registered Clinical Social Worker and Child and Adolescent...

September 28

iTunes Selling Children’s Games Promoting Plastic Surgery

Source: iTunes By Georgina Lavan Apple and Android apps are receiving backlash from child and body image experts regarding...

September 9

HIDING BEHIND HEALTHY

Exercise can be the Perfect Hiding Place for Eating Disorders and This Needs to Change The following blog was...

August 29

BodyMatters recommends: Apps to support your eating disorder recovery

By Madalyn Oliver From meal logging to goal setting, applications (apps) available on smartphones can provide those suffering from...

July 15

The Role of Shame in Bulimia

By Madalyn Oliver Shame, a key element of Bulimia, is one of the most uncomfortable human emotions we can...

May 16

Understanding Self-Harm and Eating Disorders in Adolescents

By Deborah Etienne-Ward An eating disorder is often seen as an indirect form of self-harm. Commonly however, people with...

April 14

Clinical Perfectionism and Eating Disorders

By Deborah Etienne-Ward People with clinical perfectionism judge themselves based on their ability to meet exceptionally high standards in...

February 8

Medication for eating disorders blog 5: 14 tips for parents and partners when a loved one needs medication

By Deborah Etienne-Ward Some tips about supporting your loved one when medication is suggested for their eating disorder Firstly,...

February 5

Medication for eating disorders blog 4: Stigma associated with Mental Illness and Psychotropic Medication

By Deborah Etienne-Ward It is well known that people with mental illness are stigmatised. Hurtful or offensive comments about...

January 25

Medication for eating disorders blog 3: Medication and weight gain

By Deborah Etienne-Ward One of the main concerns that our clients often face when considering whether to include medication...

January 16