Eating Disorders

More than a Picky Eater: Loving a Child With ARFID

arfid is a fear of food itself

We are delighted to repost an article from the Huffington Post that highlights the incredible work of Meredith Biggart, MS, RDN from the CNC team.PD (to protect her privacy I edited out the name) When you think of eating disorders, you might imagine social pressure related to body image. But a recently recognized eating disorder, ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) …

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A Supervisee’s Perspective (Part 2)

A challenging email. Confusing labs. A personal trigger. Imposter syndrome. Just one of “those” weeks. These are just a few of the many topics I have been able to process in group and individual supervision. Supervision can be defined as, “a formal relationship, typically between a more experienced and less experienced provider in which the …

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Holiday Re-Entry (part 2 of 2)

By Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDCES, CEDRD The stress of the pandemic has strained our resources in so many ways. If you have the added burden of an inner critic, social gatherings can be overwhelming. Well-intended small talk has the potential to leave us feeling less than terrific about ourselves. What am I doing …

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Hope and Fear

By Nicole Patience MS, RD, LDN, CDCES, CEDRD This is a time filled with a deep sense of hope and anticipation for the future. The rollout of the COVID vaccine has brought optimism that the comforts of hugs from friends and family, in-person therapy, and weekend trips across state lines will once again return. However, …

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