Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Greta Gleissner LCSW
The same endorphins that make you feel better when moving also help you concentrate, sleep better, have more energy, and deal with mental and emotional challenges in life.
For individuals suffering from an eating disorder, environmental and social factors may heighten stress levels and cause destructive mental and behavioral patterns.
Millions of Americans suffer from an eating disorder and devastatingly enough, many go untreated.
How cognitive behavioral therapy can be used in eating disorder recovery.
What makes a perfect friendship? Think of that person who you can call at any time of the day when you need some advice, are feeling down, or when you just need a good laugh.
When people are recovering from an eating disorder, anxiety and stress can cause them to react through harmful behaviors. Meditation is crucial to a healthy recovery.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy is an effective combination of cognitive and behavioral therapies. The goal of DBT is to transform destructive behaviors into positive outcomes.
Your eating disorder does not define you. Cultivating self-compassion will help you to understand your experience and find peace within yourself.
Transitional eating disorder specialists are meeting clients in their homes, at local restaurants, on college campuses, or just off campus to provide meal support and coaching.
Greta Gleissner, LCSW is a psychotherapist and author who specializes in eating disorders, substance abuse, and co-occurring mood disorders.