Dr. Dana Harron discusses the intersection of trauma and eating disorders.
Monarch Wellness therapist Katie Zweig discusses eating disorders in adolescence.
Feeling our Feels Parents tell me all the time “I just want my child to be happy.” A parent’s job is to protect their child, so it makes complete sense to want to protect them from feeling discomfort or distress. However, “fixing it” or trying to get children to not feel uncomfortable emotions is not […]
The Holiday Season, although considered to be a joyous time, can be extremely stressful for anyone. As a therapist, the holidays are always a topic of conversation between myself and my clients with eating disorders, past traumas, as well as various other mental health concerns. Generally, the Holidays can stir up mental health triggers including […]
No matter the cause, more and more children and adolescents are endorsing mental health concerns. When a child or an adolescent finds their way into my office, I’m consistently struck by the magnitude of pressures they face on a daily basis. Consistently, children and adolescents are expected to take many high achieving courses, complete anywhere […]