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Eating Disorder Treatment at UW-Madison University Health Services

By Isabel Grieder, Admissions Counselor| 5 Min Read | February 22, 2024
For Clients & Loved Ones

Table of Contents  Eating Disorder Services Offered by UW-Madison University Health Services  Identifying When Additional Help is Needed Inner Haven Wellness – A Local Advanced Care Option  Key Takeaways  Note: At Inner Haven Wellness, we value accessible and effective care for young individuals in academic environments. UW-Madison is not just…

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Eating Disorder Prevention Strategies And Awareness

By Lee Neagle MA, LPC| 9 Min Read | February 12, 2024
For Clients & Loved Ones

Table of Contents Introduction Understanding Eating Disorders The Role of Awareness in Eating Disorder Prevention Strategies for Eating Disorder Prevention Promoting Healthy Attitudes Towards Food and Body Image Importance of Education about Nutrition and Body Function Role of Parents, Educators, and Peers in Prevention The Role of Media Literacy in…

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Early Identification of Eating Disorders and Treatment

Breaking the Cycle: Early Identification and Treatment for Eating Disorders

By Lee Neagle MA, LPC| 4 Min Read | January 9, 2024
For Clients & Loved Ones

Eating disorders can affect people at any age, but they most commonly emerge in late teens to early 20s.  Eating disorders are some of the deadliest mental health illnesses, and according to common estimates, only 10% of individuals receive treatment.  At Inner Haven Wellness, we care about providing accessible assessment…

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Navigating Wait Times in Eating Disorder Treatment

By Lee Neagle MA, LPC| 9 Min Read | December 1, 2023
For Clients & Loved Ones

Table of Contents Understanding Wait Times for Eating Disorder Treatment Self-Care Strategies During the Wait for Eating Disorder Treatment Preparing for Treatment: Proactive Steps to Take Advocating for Yourself or Your Loved One Choose Specialized Care at Inner Haven Wellness Within the last few years, many people seeking eating disorder…

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The Role of Family in Adult Eating Disorder Treatment

By Lee Neagle MA, LPC| 7 Min Read | November 20, 2023
For Clients & Loved Ones

Table of Contents The Emotional Toll on Families Why Family Involvement Can Help How DBT and ACT Impact Families How to Support a Loved One in Treatment Challenges Families May Face The Importance of Self-Care for Family Members Inner Haven Wellness is Here to Help Understanding eating disorders requires peeling…

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The Role of the Intensive Outpatient Program in Treating Eating Disorders

By Margherita Mascolo, MD, CED-S| 3 Min Read | October 20, 2023
For Clients & Loved Ones

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) plays a critical role in the treatment of eating disorders. It serves as both a step down from higher levels of care and as a step up from outpatient treatment.  In IOP at Inner Haven Wellness, patients benefit from individual sessions with their therapist and dietitian,…

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Recognizing Eating Disorder Signs: A Guide for Medical Professionals

By Lee Neagle MA, LPC| 2 Min Read | August 2, 2023
For Treatment Providers

Eating disorders can insidiously impact individuals, significantly impacting their physical well-being. Early identification and understanding of the signs and symptoms by medical professionals are crucial for timely intervention and treatment. The list below provides possible conditions that might indicate a patient is struggling with an eating disorder. While the list…

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Signs you may be suffering with an Eating Disorder

By Lee Neagle MA, LPC| 3 Min Read | May 18, 2023
For Clients & Loved Ones

It is challenging to understand and recognize the warning signs and symptoms of an eating disorder in our culture. We live in a society that places excessive emphasis on body shape and size, often rewarding behaviors that contribute to the development of disordered eating and/or dysfunctional relationships with food.  This…

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