Monday, November 15, 2010

November 15, 2010 Edition of Eating Disorder Hope Newsletter


News, Events, Articles, Treatment Center Information, Research and Announcements.

Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center
Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center provides eating disorder treatment for women on 43 beautiful acres just outside of Chicago. We offer a nurturing environment of recovery for women ages 12 and older struggling to overcome eating disorders, with or without other co-occurring disorders such as substance abuse/drug addiction, mood disorders or anxiety disorders.

A leader in eating disorder treatment, Timberline Knolls provides real and lasting help for anorexia, bulimia and binge eating disorders. Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center has helped hundreds of women and their families achieve long-term recovery, including many who have suffered repeated relapses because of previously unidentified or under-addressed co-occurring disorders.

Timberline Knolls recognizes that each woman has a unique story, and we are committed to helping her harness her own distinctive strengths. Our expert treatment staff forms a collaborative partnership with the resident, her loved ones and outpatient treatment providers. Together, we craft an individualized eating disorder treatment plan for each woman so she may develop the skills she will need to experience the joys of lifelong recovery.

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Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating Disorder and Anxiety Disorders
One East Apache Street, Wickenburg, AZ 85390

Remuda Ranch Programs for Eating and Anxiety Disorders provides intensive treatment to women and girls. We treat anorexia, bulimia, anxiety, and related issues. Women and girls stay for 45-60 days, which is the minimum time required for true and lasting change to occur. Treatment takes place in peaceful ranch-like settings in Arizona and Virginia. Separate, age-appropriate programs ensure that patients are surrounded by their peers and receive treatment from professionals specializing in that specific age group.

Patients receive an individualized treatment plan designed to meet their precise medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. Each woman and girl has a multi-disciplinary treatment team dedicated to helping her get well. This team includes a psychiatric specialist, a primary care physician, a registered dietitian, a licensed master's or doctoral-level therapist, a psychologist, and registered nurses. In addition to individual and group therapy, patients engage in innovative treatment strategies such as equine, art, body image and challenge course.

Remuda Ranch also offers an Emotional Eating Program. This 30-day residential program is designed to help women and girls struggling with obesity, compulsive overeating and binge eating disorder. And for those whose eating disorder symptoms are less acute, the Remuda Life Program offers residential treatment. The time spent in this program, with individual and group therapy, often proves exactly what women and girls need to commit to recovery. Since 1990, more than 10,000 individuals have trusted their care to Remuda Ranch. For additional information about our programs, please call 1-800-445-1900 today.

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Remuda Ranch

Eating Disorder Services of Rogers Memorial Hospital
As the largest nonaffiliated, behavioral health provider in Wisconsin, Rogers Memorial Hospital offers specialized eating disorder treatment. Rogers Memorial provides 24-hour inpatient care, residential treatment and partial hospitalization for men, women, adolescents, and children. We also offer specialized care for co-occurring anxiety disorders and were the first organization to offer a male-specific residential program. Treatment is comprised of small, age-specific groups yielding the most individualized treatment possible. The treatment team uses a number of therapies that take place mostly in a group setting, where individuals get feedback not only from the therapist but from their peers as well. Rogers Memorial uses evidence-based treatment components including: Family therapy,Nutrition therapy, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Pharmacotherapy, Art therapy, Movement and fitness therapy (yoga), Experiential therapy, Substance abuse counseling, Spiritual counseling, One-to-one support, Daily living responsibilities, Community outings and therapeutic passes and a Specialized family and friends program.

Rogers Memorial Hospital has treated thousands of patients and families affected by eating disorders. The staff of over 70 professionals, approach each patient, family, and referring outpatient treatment team with dignity and respect, and invite them to be contributors to the treatment plan. Rogers Memorial is a specialty not-for-profit hospital that has contracts with most major insurance providers in order to provide the best treatment options to the most people. In January 2009, Rogers opened a specialized inpatient eating disorder program for children and adolescents, ages 8 and up. Call Rogers Memorial outreach staff today at 1-800-767-4411 ext. 1310. to learn more or to schedule a tour.

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Featured Article: Eating Disorder Recovery and Overcoming Negative Thoughts

@ Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC

Eating disorder treatment and recovery requires a paradigm shift in thinking. If one chooses recovery, then one must begin to examine their internal dialogue and irrational conclusions about themselves and life, in general. Anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder and compulsive overeating are often signs of a troubled internal relationship with oneself. Understanding the importance of the messages we give ourselves leads many to desire a more positive internal dialogue.

Resolution of uncomfortable feelings and regrettable behaviors directly improves the quality of your life. The theory of cognitive behavior therapy empowers you to use your God given logical thinking capacity to improve your life.

Using cognitive behavior therapy can inspire hope, self-esteem and empowerment within you. Here is a summary of the common thinking errors identified by this theory, developed by Dr. Aaron Beck (he earned his Ph.D. in psychiatry from Yale University in 1946):

Arbitrary Inference

This means to jump to conclusions without a factual basis for your determination. It means to expect the worst, when that is generally not the way things turn out. Actually, things more often than not turn out somewhere in the middle of our highest and lowest expectations.

Selective Abstraction

Only focusing on one piece of information and not taking the whole story into account. This means to select only parts of the whole picture to focus on. When we actually process things logically, it makes sense to take in the whole picture and not just an isolated incident.


To apply a negative paradigm about ourselves or our lives to every aspect of our lives. For example, to say “I always lose” is an overgeneralization. No one always loses. Heck, out of millions of little sperm competing for an egg, you are the one that made it! So, this is one success that already contradicts the “I always lose” theory. I bet you can come up with more winning scenarios in your life that refute irrational generalizations like this.

Magnification and Minimization

To view a situation as all good or all bad. Rather than appreciating that both good and bad exist in most human experiences. For example, I may focus on the poor economy and feel depressed and anxious about finances. But, if I do not solely focus on the economy, but also appreciate my stable employment, savings account and retirement plans, then I may find I feel more peaceful and less panicked.

Labeling and Mislabeling

“I am a fat pig”. Ouch! Name calling is never okay and least of all toward oneself in our internal dialogue. No human being is a pig, and this is ridiculous label to call oneself when it is exposed to rational thinking.

Another indication of this thinking error is when one allows past experiences to determine our self esteem today. People change, evolve and grow. A failure in one’s past does not mean that you cannot be successful now. It just means that you’re human, like the rest of us.


This means to take things personally. Someone else in a bad mood does not mean it is your fault! Someone else letting you down does not mean you are bad. We must remain clear on what is about us and what is not. Quite often, others behaviors and attitudes is about them, and doesn’t even involve us.

Polarized Thinking

Seeing life and ourselves in black and white is a common thinking error. Not much is that simple! Try to recognize it when you are viewing a situation in extremes and choose to moderate your view. For example,
not getting an A on a term paper is disappointing when you have worked hard and done your best. However, one grade and even one class does not determine your academic success overall.

The wonderful thing about recognizing and correcting these irrational thinking errors is that it empowers the individual struggling with an eating disorder to begin taking care of themselves emotionally. They learn self soothing skills through thinking things through in a more balanced way, thus lessening their need to practice disordered eating to cope.

(Copyright © 2010 Eating Disorder Hope. All Rights Reserved.)

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Free Book Drawing: : Hope, Help and Healing for Eating Disorders, 3rd Edition

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Hope, Help and Healing for Eating Disorders

By Dr. Gregory L. Jantz with Ann McMurray @

When I first wrote Hope, Help and Healing for Eating Disorders, I did so out of a deep desire to help those suffering from anorexia, bulimia and compulsive overeating. These were people with faces I saw every day at my practice. Writing the book allowed me to support people all over the United States and around the world in their recovery.

This latest revision to that first edition still speaks strongly to those suffering from recognized eating disorders but it also includes those with what I call disordered eating. It’s no longer a question of whether someone has an eating disorder diagnosis but whether or not food has found its proper place as nutrition in your life. Food is meant to be your ally, meant to strength and sustain you; it was never meant to be your enemy, your lover, your friend, or whatever you substitute it for.

Though the title has changed slightly, it still begins with the word, Hope. This remains to be what so many people want and need in order to change, to grow, to overcome and recover.

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Eating Disorder Specialist Library ~ Features Newest Addition: Loma Linda University Behavioral Medical Center
Nestled in the quiet town of Redlands, California, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center stands alone in its community as having the only Joint Commission accredited hospital-based outpatient eating disorder program. For almost ten years we have been providing treatment for adolescents and adults struggling with anorexia and bulimia and offer a safe and hopeful environment in which the individual can explore and examine the issues that contribute to their eating disorder.

Our multidisciplinary team of experts helps individuals begin the healing process by addressing all aspects of the mind, body, and spirit using leading edge treatment. An individualized treatment plan is developed based on the needs and level of care unique to every patient that includes in part, dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapy, coping skills, nutrition education and monitoring, structured meals, spiritual care, as well as individual, group, and family therapy.
Our Programs

We offer both adult and an adolescent eating disorder treatment programs. Treatment usually begins with partial hospitalization, or ‘day treatment,’ which means that patients begin treatment at 7:45 am and are finished at 3:00 pm five days a week.

The next level of treatment which is a step down from the partial level of care is IOP, or the intensive outpatient program, which begins from 10:00 am and ends at 2:00 pm, 3-5 days a week, depending on the treatment plan and the level of care the patient needs. With both of our programs, treatment usually begins at the partial level of care and then is decreased as people progress. Upon completion of the program, patients have access to continuing care services for up to one year where they can come anytime.

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Oliver-Pyatt Treatment Centers
866-511-HEAL (4325)

The Oliver-Pyatt Centers’ programs are tailored to meet the unique needs of each client, addressing the core issues driving the eating disorder while providing the tools needed to live a meaningful life, free from food and weight preoccupation.

We believe that one-to-one therapy is the cornerstone of effective eating disorder treatment, and it is the primary reason to choose the Oliver-Pyatt Centers. Each client receives a minimum of six individual therapy sessions per week. Our comprehensive, naturalistic, and highly individualized approach to treatment is provided in an intimate environment with a high staff to client ratio. We have a maximum of ten clients in each of our programs.
Our innovative protocols are grounded in a thorough understanding of eating disorders, incorporating state of the art approaches, outcome data, research, and current medical knowledge, all with the support of our compassionate multi-disciplinary treatment team.

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Oliver-Pyatt Treatment Centers

Help Produce an Online Film To Educate about Eating Disorders!

ImageFor five years that the NORMAL In Schools national nonprofit has been delivering its live programming to educate children and families in at-risk, public AND private schools, in medical facilities and in theatre festivals worldwide about the facts relating to eating disorders and mental illness. Last year we were awarded the 2010 Champion in Women’s Health Award by The Wisconsin Women’s Health Foundation. Most notably, our program assisted teenage patients into treatment for eating disorders and related illnesses due to the universal appeal of the gripping rock musical on which our program is based, and the shame-breaking talkback panel with expert clinicians and people in recovery.

As a result of NIS’s ongoing success, in Fall 2010 we are partnering with NEDA, BEDA and top medical experts to produce a cutting-edge, online film version of our award-winning program. The NIS Online Educational Program will be comprised of three 40-minute segments compiled into an online portal so individuals can log in and experience the award-winning program instantly. It will target a worldwide audience via internet release and will expand the program’s reach beyond students and educators to touch patients in recovery, families, clinicians and athletic teams.

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November 16, 2010
NASW Book Chat Webinar at 1 pm (EST)
Webinar event sponsored by NASW for CEU credits. about Doing What Works: an Integrative System for the Treatment of Eating Disorders from Diagnosis to Recovery.(NASW Press, 2009) The title of the Power Point Webinar is Discovering 'What Works' in Overcoming Eating Disorder Treatment Challenges. Facilitated by Abigail Natenshon, MA, LCSW, GCFP. to register

November 19 – Timberline Knolls is a sponsor of The Elisa Project’s Annual Life Lessons Luncheon
at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. This year’s speaker is Kirsten Haglund, 2008 Miss America. Kirsten’s personal struggle with an eating disorder led her to establish the Kirsten Haglund Foundation, which provides hope, networking, and financial aid to those seeking treatment and recovery from eating disorders. For more information, contact Shannon DeVilbiss, 214.862.8040 or

November 19 -- Timberline Knolls is a sponsor of the Florida Borderline Personality Disorder Association
Conference on “Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Success Strategies for Patients.” TK will also be exhibiting at this event, which will begin at 8 a.m. at the St. Petersburg College’s EpiCenter in Clearwater, Florida. For more information, contact Rachael Soliman, 224.829.6949 or

November 19, 2010
6th Annual Elisa Project Life Lessons Luncheon
Hilton Anatole Hotel
This remarkable event that increases awareness and raises much-needed funds for the Elisa Project's fight to eliminate eating disorders. Featuring Kristin Haglund, the former 2008 Miss America.
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December 3, 2010
The Renfrew Center Foundation Presents The 2010 Fall Seminar Series For Professionals (offering 6 CEUs). This fall, The Renfrew Center Foundation has planned an advanced, day-long training seminar addressing core issues in the treatment of eating disorders. Hungers of the Soul: Spirituality, Hope, and Forgiveness in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. Presented by Jennifer Nardozzi, PsyD, National Training Manager, The Renfrew Center Foundation. Dates and Locations: Omaha, Nebraska – October 22, and Albuquerque, New Mexico – December 3. For more information or to register, visit or contact Debbie Lucker at or 1-877-367-3383.

January 28-29, 2011
Center for Change Eating Disorders Conference for Professionals: Putting the Pieces Together…An Integrated Approach
registration and conference schedule

February 23, 2011
NIS to Present at WSCA

February 26, 2011
INSIDE OUT - by Normal In Schools. Celebrating Inner Beauty Through Theatre, Music and Art at Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI. 6pm - 11pm.
View entire calendar and further event details through June, 2011

Puente de Vida - "Bridge of Life"

A Place for Hope, Recovery and Healing from Eating Disorders
P.O. Box 86020, San Diego, CA
858-581-1239 or 877-995-4337

Puente de Vida treats Anorexia and Bulimia; males and females, adolescents (ages 15 and up) and adults who live locally, nationally and internationally. Offering individual therapy, nutritional counseling, family therapy, couples therapy, group therapy, support groups, inpatient, residential treatment center. Puente de Vida is a place where therapeutic services are offered to those ages 15 years and older with eating disorders, including those with co-occurring substance use and other disorders. A private six bed, home-like facility, located in beautiful San Diego, provides an excellent setting for the sensitive, inner work that takes place. Puente de Vida's treatment philosophy addresses not just the symptoms but also the underlying issues beneath the surface of eating disorders. An individualized treatment approach includes traditional treatment interventions as well as experiential treatment by our multidisciplinary treatment team. Puente de Vida recognizes that every recovery journey is different and complex and assists the individual in finding their unique path and support in recovery.

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Puente de Vida


Mental Health Professionals With a History of an Eating Disorder

If you are a mental health professional who works in the eating disorders field in the United States and you have a personal history of an eating disorder, then please consider participating in a web-based survey being conducted by Jeanmarie Infranco, a doctoral student at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia. If you agree to participate, you will be asked to complete an online survey that will take approximately 15 minutes. This dissertation research has been approved by the Human Subjects Research Board at George Mason University. For more information and to access the survey, please visit the following yrk: You also may contact the principal researcher, Jeanmarie Infranco, at if you have questions or concerns.

Eating Disorders and Intimate Relationships Study

The purpose of the study is to learn more about the intimate relationships of adult women who have eating disorders.
We are looking for women:
* Over 18 years old
* Living with or married to a significant other
* Currently in eating disorder treatment for anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa
* medically stable
* No DSM Axis II diagnoses.
Participants will be asked to fill out a confidential online survey asking them to recall information about their intimate relationships and eating disorder symptoms. They will have the option of entering a drawing for one of four $25 Visa gift cards. The survey url is:
Please contact Lisa Zak-Hunter, MS from the University of Georgia, Marriage and Family Therapy Program at or Lee Johnson, PhD Marriage and Family Therapy Program Director The University of Georgia for more information.

Are you the parent of a child who is currently receiving outpatient treatment for Anorexia Nervosa?

If so, researchers would like to invite you to participate in an anonymous study that examines the experience of caring for a child with Anorexia Nervosa. They are interested in how a child's eating disorder affects the parents and family – including coping reactions and significant relationships. Few medical or psychological resources are available to support parents who may face their own challenges with respect to the diagnosis of and treatment for their child's Anorexia. They hope their research findings will contribute to enhanced understanding of how a child's illness affects the families so that more support services for parents can be developed and provided. If your child is between the ages of 9-22, is receiving outpatient treatment for Anorexia Nervosa, and is currently living with you at home, they invite you to participate in this important study. Participation will involve completing a series of questionnaires online that will take approximately 15-30 minutes. Your name and any identifying information will not be linked to your responses. Publications or presentations emanating from the research will not include individual responses, only group data will be presented. Please visit the following url: and enter the password: participate (in all lowercase letters). You will be directed to an informed consent letter followed by a series of brief questionnaires for you to complete. If you would like further information contact Lauren F. Stack at or Dr. Merle Keitel at for information. NOTE: This research study has received IRB (Institutional Review Board) approval from Fordham University and researchers will adhere to the American Psychological Association's Code of Ethics. Primary investigators for this study are Merle A. Keitel, Ph.D., Professor of Counseling Psychology, Fordham University, and Lauren F. Stack, M.S., Doctoral Candidate in Counseling Psychology, Fordham University.

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Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center
1710 Barton Road
Redlands, CA 92373
(800) 752-5999 or (909) 558-9275

Nestled in the quiet town of Redlands, California, Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center stands alone in its community as having the only Joint Commission accredited hospital-based outpatient eating disorder program. For almost ten years we have been providing treatment for adolescents and adults struggling with anorexia and bulimia and offer a safe and hopeful environment in which the individual can explore and examine the issues that contribute to their eating disorder.

Our multidisciplinary team of experts helps individuals begin the healing process by addressing all aspects of the mind, body, and spirit using leading edge treatment. An individualized treatment plan is developed based on the needs and level of care unique to every patient that includes in part, dialectical and cognitive behavioral therapy, coping skills, nutrition education and monitoring, structured meals, spiritual care, as well as individual, group, and family therapy. For more information about our programs and services, visit us at:
Loma Linda University Behavioral Medicine Center

The Center for Counseling & Health Resources, Inc.
547 Dayton Street
Edmonds, WA 98020

For 22 years The Center for Counseling & Health Resources, Inc. has been treating individuals with eating disorders. Our unique whole-person approach to counseling helps individuals to see permanent success over an eating disorder. Our emphasis is on Emotional Balance, Intellectual Discovery, Relational Healing, Physical Wellness, Nutritional Support, and Spiritual Renewal. We offer a World Renown Specialized Intensive Treatment Program that lasts 4-12 weeks with a Transitional Care Program available after your Intensive Treatment. Unlike many other treatment programs, most of your time is spent in personalized individual counseling instead of group sessions. The Center is known for being A Place of Hope. Go to our website and read the numerous testimonials of our clients. Located a few miles outside of Seattle, Edmonds is a beautiful beach town with majestic views. Rather you like the city life or the great outdoors there is plenty to enjoy during your time in the great Pacific Northwest.

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The Center for Counseling & Health Resources, Inc.

Cedric Centre
307 - 1005 Broad Street, Victoria, BC, V8W 2A1.
250-383-0797 or Toll Free: 1-866-383-0797
~or 2nd location~
1449 West 38th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V6M 1R4.

The CEDRIC Centre’s sole purpose is to show you how to quickly and simply step free of the food and body image power struggle, forever. CEDRIC Clinical Counsellors all have longstanding recovery from eating disorders with specialized training in eating disorders, and related concerns such as alcohol and drug dependency, depression, anxiety and trauma.
The CEDRIC Centre has many options for you to access their successful programs and resources, regardless of your location, budget and time constraints, including:
* Individual Counselling worldwide (via telephone, internet, or in person at their Vancouver and Victoria BC facilities);
* An innovative and comprehensive Web Based Counselling program, providing the perfect blend of individual and peer support, teleclasses and lessons to move you quickly past your food and body image preoccupation;
* Individual Healing Retreats, created just for you;
* 3 day Intensive Workshops;
* CD’s, DVD’s, Workbooks; and
* The book, Food is Not the Problem, Deal with What Is! An easy-to-read complete recovery guide for stepping free of restricting, binging and/or purging forever.
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The EATING DISORDER TREATMENT PROGRAM at SeaSide Palm Beach specializes in helping individuals who suffer from a dual diagnosis or co-occurring disorders, which is when an individual suffers simultaneously from both a psychiatric disorder (like an eating disorder) as well as a substance abuse problem (like alcohol abuse or drug abuse).

Most people are very surprised to learn that eating disorders have little to do with food. Especially when one considers that many people who suffer from eating disorders actually have an unhealthy obsession with food. In the majority of cases, eating disorders have more to do with a lack of emotional well-being resulting from their inability to identify and communicate their own needs and wants effectively to others.

To find out more please call us 24/7 toll-free at (888) 432-2467 today for help!

Free Book Drawing: Life Beyond Your Eating Disorder

ImageLife Beyond Your Eating Disorder: Reclaim Yourself, Regain Your Health, Recover for Good

@ Johanna S. Kandel

There is life beyond your eating disorder—and you deserve to enjoy every minute of it. Johanna S. Kandel, founder and executive director of The Alliance for Eating Disorders Awareness, struggled with her eating disorder for ten years before finally getting help. Now fully recovered, Kandel knows firsthand how difficult the healing process can be. Through her work with The Alliance—leading support groups, speaking nationwide and collaborating with professionals in the field—she's developed a set of practical tools to address the everyday challenges of recovery.
Complete with inspiring true stories from others who have won their personal battles with eating disorders, this book provides the help you need to break free from your eating disorder and discover how wonderful life really can be.

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MentorCONNECT is the first global eating disorders mentoring community. In addition to mentor matching services, we offer free monthly teleconferences with nationally-known eating disorders experts, weekly live moderated support groups, personalized recovery blogs and member pages, a 100% pro-recovery online community, and more! Membership and all services are offered on a no-fee basis. MentorCONNECT is open to members ages 14 and up, female and male. Our services support individuals struggling with the full spectrum of eating disorder issues.

MentorCONNECT is a pending 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.

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Eating Disorder Jobs – Looking for a job? We have everything dedicated to careers in the field of eating disorders. Find current job openings, career opportunities, continuing education, advice from the experts… everything eating disorders all in one site. For recent grads, seasoned professionals and students. Our mission: to connect job seekers with employers, to keep current professionals enthusiastic about the field and what it has to offer, and to guide students into careers where they can make a difference.
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--Jacquelyn Ekern, MS, LPC
Director @ Eating Disorder Hope

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