What is the relationship between the mood you’re in and the food you eat? That’s what we are trying to learn more about in our latest research study.
It’s common knowledge that we sometimes use food to soothe ourselves when we’re feeling bad, but it’s less clear why. Here’s a review of recently-presented research on the link between moods and eating behavior.
How mental health professionals and other clinicians can shine a light on weight bias and its impacts on their patients.
Use CBT to identify and re-think problematic assumptions. When you truly believe your new conclusions, you will have hit the bullseye.
With candor and courage, former New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni recounted past struggles with eating and weight.
A recently completed randomized controlled trial compared psychoanalytic and cognitive behavioral psychotherapies for bulimia nervosa and found cognitive behavioral therapy to be more effective overall.