Doorways to Sponsor local iaedp Phoenix Event – Friday October 16, 2020

Join local eating disorder professionals for coffee and connection from the comfort of your home or office. Small group round table discussions, sample topics include: “Reaching Across the Aisle” Connecting with the weight loss industry to reach those with Binge Eating Disorder “The RD-Therapist Collaboration” Creating team strategies BONUS: ALL Registered attendees will receive special access… Continue reading Doorways to Sponsor local iaedp Phoenix Event – Friday October 16, 2020

Doorways to Sponsor local iaedp Phoenix Event Feb. 7th

Friday, February 7, 20208:30am – 11:00am Location:Sheraton Crescent (Crestview Room)2620 W Dunlap Ave (17 & Dunlap)Phoenix, AZ 85021 Strategies for Treating ARFID:Discovering New Foods Together_________________________________While symptoms of Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) frequently begin early in childhood, patients often present to eating disorders treatment during latency, adolescence and sometimes as young adults. The resulting gap… Continue reading Doorways to Sponsor local iaedp Phoenix Event Feb. 7th

Doorways to sponsor (iaedp™) International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals Educational June Event

Emerging Eating Pathologies: What & Why?     This presentation will discuss how historically clinical presentations of eating disorders were stable and recently have morphed and diversified.  Three eating pathologies that have recently emerged will be discussed and these include The Dual Diagnosis of Eating Disorder and Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 (ED-DMT1), Avoidant /Restrictive Food Intake Disorder… Continue reading Doorways to sponsor (iaedp™) International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals Educational June Event

Doorways to Sponsor the 2019 IAEDPF Phoenix Conference

Join us April 12, 2019 for a great presentation and networking with your colleagues. SPEAKERS Kimberly Collins, MS, RDN, CDE, CEDRD & Nicole Garber, MD https://squareup.com/market/iaedpf-phoenix-chapter This presentation will highlight recent neuroscience findings in eating disorders. There will be a focus on set shifting, learning, habit formation, and reward pathways that underlie the symptoms seen… Continue reading Doorways to Sponsor the 2019 IAEDPF Phoenix Conference

How a Parent Can Support Their Teen with an Eating Disorder

When your child is diagnosed with an eating disorder, your natural inclination is towards more information. You want to know: How long? Why is this happening? When will it stop? What can I do? But these answers, frustratingly, may be slow to surface. You want to understand what your teen is experiencing to offer the… Continue reading How a Parent Can Support Their Teen with an Eating Disorder

Eating Disorder IOP for Teens -Phoenix Arizona

The Adolescent Eating Disorders IOP is for ages 13-18 and meets 3 days per week. Open enrollment, join any time. If you know anyone who may benefit from either of these specialty programs, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 602.997.2880 or email us at IOP@doorwaysarizona.com. We are also contracted with Aetna, Blue Cross… Continue reading Eating Disorder IOP for Teens -Phoenix Arizona

The Three Major Kinds of Eating Disorders

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week in 2018 is February 26 – March 4. During these seven days, the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) extends itself to educate Americans about eating disorders. It’s ironic that we are part of a society where thinness is prized but many Americans are overweight. Many people try to lose weight… Continue reading The Three Major Kinds of Eating Disorders

Eating Clean and Dieting: What it Means for Eating Disorders

“Clean eating” is a buzz phrase that you may be hearing lately. What does that mean, though? According to the Mayo Clinic, “clean eating is, in essence, a diet — just a way of eating. But it is also a way of living that lends itself to improving one’s health and wellbeing.” They go on… Continue reading Eating Clean and Dieting: What it Means for Eating Disorders

Is Social Media Negatively Impacting Your Teen’s Body Image?

According to a recent report from Common Sense Media, teens are spending an average of about nine hours on social media daily and this does not include what they may be using at school. Social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat have become an integral part of teenager’s lives, something that many teens feel… Continue reading Is Social Media Negatively Impacting Your Teen’s Body Image?