Eating disorders are serious but treatable mental and physical illnesses that may affect people of all genders, ages, races, religions, ethnicities, sexual orientations, body shapes, and weights. In this topic library dedicated to eating disorders we will provide resources to help unfold the nuances between different categories of eating disorders, their etiology, diagnosis and treatment guidelines and current research.
On-Demand WebinarOctober 1, 2020Timothy D. Brewerton, MD, DFAPA, FAED, DFAACAP, discusses the mechanisms by which early-life trauma becomes biologically embedded in the brain,…
FDA Guidance Update: Digital Health Devices For Treating Psychiatric Disorders During COVID-19 Public Health EmergencyVideoMay 18, 2020The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has played a critical role in protecting the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic…
Impulsivity Under Crisis: COVID-19’s Impact On Those With Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Or Binge Eating DisorderInterviewMay 18, 2020In this interview, Dr. Jon Grant discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on individuals with impulse control disorders, more…
InterviewSeptember 3, 2021
On-Demand WebinarOctober 1, 2020
ArticleSeptember 14, 2020
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