Managing binge eating with distress tolerance

By Deborah Etienne Ward Much of the time binge eating episodes occur following the experience of distress and negative emotions....

March 24

Why Do I Swell Up? Dehydration, Edema, and the Effects of Purging (Vomiting, Laxatives, and/or Diuretics)

Reposted from Eating Disorders Blog with permission. Adapted from original article by Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani. As you all know—and hopefully...

February 20

MINDFULNESS, YOGA AND EATING DISORDER RECOVERY

The following blog was written by Jodi Strock as part of YBIC’s monthly column that highlights how the practice of yoga...

February 9

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

What is a Mental Health Treatment Plan and how do I get one?

By Remie Jaggard The Australian government introduced Medicare’s Better Access Initiative with the purpose of improving the treatment and...

April 10

BodyMatters Guest Blog: Eating Disorder Hope – Resources for Recovery

by Courtney Howard Through its partnerships with various treatment centers throughout the United States and internationally, Eating Disorder Hope...

March 17

The benefits of Yoga for Eating Disorders

By Deborah Etienne-Ward Yoga offers many benefits by promoting connectedness between the mind and the body. Yoga has been...

September 24
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BodyMatters welcomes co founder back from maternity leave

BodyMatters co-founder Lydia Jade Turner has returned from maternity leave and is taking on new clients again. We are...

June 24
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Help!! Someone I love has an eating disorder!!

  By Psychologist Sarah McMahon At BodyMatters we have a constant stream of people contacting us because someone they...

August 14
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Christmas is fun … isn't it?

Christmas can be TOUGH when you have an eating disorder…Firstly, summer in Australia means sun, surf and swimmers. So...

December 1