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Anorexia Nervosa

A mental disorder characterized by an intense fear of weight gain coupled with weight controlling or restrictive behaviors and low weight.


A feeling of nervousness, uneasiness, or rapid thoughts that induce fear of the future, past, or unknown. Can be accompanied by compulsive behavior or panic attacks.

Binge Eating Disorder

Recurrent episodes where one consumes large and often uncomfortable quantities of food coupled with feelings of loss of control, shame, or guilt.

Body Image

One’s perception of their own body

Bulimia Nervosa

A mental disorder characterized by a loss of control when eating, otherwise known as binges, coupled with episodes of self-induced vomiting.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Abbreviated as CBT, is a type of mental health treatment that focuses on the role that thoughts have over behaviors, and as a result – if you work to change how you think, your behavior will also change.

Complex Trauma

An abbreviation of Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) which is the result of prolonged, repetitive, or sustained abuse in childhood, with a partner, or other type of relationship.


Pervasive feeling of sadness or hopelessness, often accompanied by low energy, lack of pleasure in activities, poor sleep, and changes in appetite.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Abbreviated as DBT, is a type of mental health treatment for patients with difficulty controlling overwhelming emotions. Its four main principal exercises are for learning mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance.

Eating Disorder

A variety of behaviors and beliefs that center around abnormal eating, dieting, or exercise habits.

Identity Development

The process of self-discovery where one becomes comfortable and confident in who they are, their values, and belief system.

Imposter Syndrome

Difficulty identifying accomplishments as they are overshadowed by a fear of feeling like or being exposed as a “fraud”.

Maudsley Approach

Also known as Family Based Treatment, is a type of family therapy that has been shown to be the most effective treatment for adolescents with anorexia nervosa.


An expert in the assessment and pharmacological treatment of behavioral health issues, often providing medication management to improve psychological functioning.


An expert in the human mind and behavior who is bound by a code of ethics to provide various types of therapy and/or assessments to assist with diagnosis and treatment of behavioral health issues.

Registered Dietician Nutritionist

A food and nutrition expert who has completed necessary schooling, supervised training, and successfully passed a state licensing board.


A deeply distressing or disturbing experience that has made a lasting impression on one’s life.

Work-Life Balance

The adequate prioritization of one’s career and ambitions with family, friends, leisure, and health.

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