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Walden’s Rainbow Road was recently recognized by Verywell Mind, an award-winning health & wellness resource that reaches 150 million readers each year. The editorial team at Verywell Mind recently updated their list of top online therapy services, and we are proud that Walden was featured among the best!
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.