Sunday, February 10, 2013

Announcing: Utah Center for Eating Disorders

I suppose it has been woefully obvious that I have not been posting for a few months. Many things are going on, the largest of which is this announcement! My private practice has now expanded, and will now be known as:

I truly do plan to return to blogging once the dust has settled. Thanks for your patience and support!


  1. What advice could you give someone with restricting EDNOS that is technically overweight? Do you see any in your practice and do you understand that these particular people might even be more tortured than others with EDs that are at a normal or below-normal weight? I so badly want to convey how torturous it is to therapists that treat eating disorders.

  2. I agree with you completely. I do believe they are more tortured as they are invisible; they are not recognized as having EDs many times, and perhaps are not believed when they seek help.

    As for what advice I'd give, there'd be no difference to the advice I'd give for someone who is underweight and restricting. Either way, the restricting must end; the physiological consequences are the same, regardless of the person's weight.

    Thank you for your comment. It is very important for providers to realize what you say.