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Change

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Setting Realistic New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is right around the corner, as is the pressure to start fresh and create goals that bring change. The New Year is often a time of reflection, and with that often comes a desire to either change current patterns or start...

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Recovering Through Relationships

Eating disorder recovery does not occur in isolation. Full recovery is achieved through relationships with one’s self and others. Treatment is most successful when patients are able to develop a relationship with themselves beyond their...

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Shopping Interventions

One of the most difficult challenges our patients face as they work through their eating disorders is accepting their bodies and learning to love themselves for who they are. Acceptance of one’s body image is typically one of the last...

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Body Image Flexibility

By Alexandra RevelesDoctoral Clinical Assistant (Body A-C-C-E-P-T-A-N-C-E is possible) In my previous blog post I shared with you a little bit about the body image work that we do here at Avalon Hills. I’m excited to share some research...

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Musings on Change…

By Krys OylerTherapist With the beginning of this new year it seemed appropriate to talk briefly about new years’ resolutions. You know, that thing that you’ve already broken now that we are a few days into the new year (something tells...

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