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Walden Behavioral Care Announces B’SHALOM, the Company’s First Dedicated Virtual Eating Disorder Treatment Program for the Jewish Community
WALTHAM, Mass., June 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Walden Behavioral Care, a leading specialty healthcare system focused on the treatment of eating disorders, announced today the launch of its B’SHALOM intensive outpatient program (IOP). The virtual program is available to adults in Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, New York, and Vermont beginning today. The B’SHALOM treatment […]
Op-Ed By Dr. Stuart Koman March 1, 2021 For most of this year, COVID-19 has sequestered us in our homes, behind our computer screens, and into unfamiliar routines. It’s been a challenging time for everyone, but for people with eating disorders, it’s been a fertile ground for disordered thoughts and behaviors to reemerge or worsen. […]
By Hector Molina February 25, 2021
By Kaylee Pugliese and Amanda Callahan February 24, 2021 SPRINGFIELD, MA (WGGB/WSHM) — COVID-19 safety regulations have affected those who struggle with body image in different ways. There are several impacts the pandemic has had on those dealing with an eating disorder or body dysmorphic disorder. It’s national eating disorder awareness week and experts said […]
By Jamie Bologna and Tiziana Dearing February 24, 2021
By Tracye Hutchins February 19, 2021 CBS46’s Tracye Hutchins explores the ways the pandemic has affected those suffering with eating disorders, and offers hope for better help for eating disorders during such a difficult time.
By Lisa Mullins December 18, 2020 When we feel stressed, we often find comfort in food. The pandemic has forced a lot of us to up-end our lives and has led many to feel isolated or desperate. And it’s become a breeding ground for people to develop eating disorders — or exacerbate old ones. Here […]
By Pamela Reynolds December 14, 2020 James Greenblatt, functional psychiatrist and chief medical officer at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, MA, has noticed a disturbing trend in the patient population he sees. “We didn’t take 11- and 12-year-olds, five or 10 years ago,” he says. “They were much fewer, and they could be treated outpatient. […]
By Hank Stolz November 11, 2020 On this episode of Talk of the Commonwealth, Walden’s Rebekah Bardwell Doweyko talks about eating disorders.
The harmful ways that popular media tends to portray eating disorders are perpetuating stigmas that are actually getting in the way of people accessing and seeking support.
Linda Buchanan, Ph.D., Clinical Director for Walden Behavioral Care’s Atlanta Programs joins colleagues at Veritas Collaborative’s community panel to discuss issues facing those living with eating disorders and care providers.
In this op-ed, eating disorder survivor Ellen Ricks talks about her experience while watching the Netflix show Insatiable. Walden’s Dr. Stuart Koman provides expert commentary.
Walden Behavioral Care is excited to welcome Elizabeth Woodhouse as their new assistant vice president of human resources and talent.
My biggest concern with the device is that it gives the instruction to move without explaining why moving is important.
“Athletes are at 2 to 3 times increased risk for developing an eating disorder compared to nonathletes,” said Paula A. Quatromoni, DSc, RD, the chair of health sciences at Boston University who helped create GOALS, an eating disorder treatment program for competitive athletes at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, MA.
Walden Behavioral Care, a system of specialized care for individuals and families affected by all types of eating disorders, today announced that it will be opening a new clinic in Hyannis, MA on March 1.
Dr. James M. Greenblatt of Walden Behavioral Care Center in Massachusetts talked with LittleThings to break down the key facts surrounding this highly unusual condition.
A child whose daily meals revolve around five foods can’t possibly be getting all the nutrition she needs for proper growth, can she? So what are some signs your picky kid isn’t getting enough nutrients?
Here’s what we know: People recovering from eating disorders not only benefit from – but require – a strong therapeutic alliance. It’s the same extremely vital therapeutic alliance which deteriorates if there’s a lack of humility.
Fashion magazines, television shows, movies and other media have promoted the idea that “thin is in” for decades. While there has been a slight shift in thinking recently, bias against larger individuals continues to be an issue that can have medical and psychological consequences.
Trinity College’s Science for the Greater Good series, now in its fifth year, recently welcomed its latest alumnus speaker, Stuart Koman ’76, the founding president and CEO of Waltham, Massachusetts-based Walden Behavioral Care, Inc.