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Self-Care for Eating Disorders Recovery

Self-Care for Eating Disorders Recovery We all know we “should” practice Self-Care, but do we? Or, does Self-Care feel like yet another obligation on your mile-long to-do list? Self-Care does require a little bit of work at first – to come up with ideas for your Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual Self-Care practices, and to […]

NEW Eating Disorder Treatment Options

Eating disorder treatment at Positive Pathways has several new options! Take your eating disorder recovery to the next level through experiential sessions with Dr. Dorie at her new office in Evergreen Colorado. Try our two eating disorder support groups, including an Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy (EDIT)™ skills group and a new Expressive Arts group – your first group is FREE! In addition, affordable eating disorder treatment is available through sessions with our new Counselor Interns from Naropa University.

Art Therapy in Eating Disorder Recovery

What are some core issues in eating disorders? Are there themes that almost always show up in eating disorder recovery? Why is art therapy so effective to explore these core issues in eating disorders?

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Eating Disorders and Art Therapy: Separating from ED

When considering eating disorders and art therapy, how can clients enhance their recovery through the separation from “ED” (what they might call their eating disorder)? Common with clients suffering from disordered eating, is the assumption that the internal dilemma is truly about calories, weight and food…

Art Therapy and Eating Disorders
Art Therapy and Eating Disorders

What is Art Therapy? Just as “talk therapy” involves communication and support through words – Art Therapy involves communication and support through art. It’s not necessary to be an “artist” to experience Art Therapy, or to be an Art Therapist. All that is necessary is a willingness to explore…