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Common Warning Signs of Bulimia Nervosa in Adolescents: Quick Reference Guide for Parents or Caregivers 

Bulimia nervosa is a serious eating disorder that can have severe physical and psychological consequences if left untreated. It can be challenging to recognize the signs of certain mental health

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Common Warning Signs of Anorexia Nervosa in Adolescents- Quick Reference Guide for Parents or Caregivers 

In this blog, we highlight the most common signs and symptoms parents or caregivers can look out for in their children. In addition, we provide links to a free screening tool and previous blogs in which we highlight how you can support your child through treatment and recovery.

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How an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) Can Support Your Eating Disorder Recovery

Inner Haven Wellness provides a look into how an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) plays a crucial role in supporting eating disorder recovery. Learn about the benefits of IOP and its role in facilitating a smooth transition towards greater independence while providing essential support.

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Recognizing Eating Disorder Signs: A Guide for Medical Professionals

Eating disorders present a significant challenge to both mental and physical health. These disorders are complex, with each type manifesting through a unique set of symptoms.  Recognizing these eating disorder

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The Value of Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) for College Students

College life brings a whirlwind of demands and excitement, but for some students, it also includes the added struggle of an eating disorder. If you’re facing these challenges, seeking help from an eating disorder therapist for college students can be a crucial step toward recovery. 

Eating disorders can erode your ability to focus on academics, create strain in relationships, and seriously impact your physical and mental health. A Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) might offer a way forward.  

A PHP provides structured, intensive treatment for eating disorders within a less restrictive setting than full-time hospitalization.

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Five Signs it Might be an Eating Disorder

Recognition and treatment are crucial components of eating disorder care. Unfortunately, some behaviors associated with eating disorders can mimic behaviors that are generally accepted in our culture, which makes it

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How to Encourage Your Older Adolescent Child to Seek Eating Disorder Treatment  

Convincing an older adolescent (15–17-year-olds) to seek treatment for an eating disorder can be a challenging and delicate process for parents or caregivers. Adolescents suffering with an eating disorder often

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