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GENETIC RISK FACTORS IN EATING DISORDERS by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] this article, I want to lay out what has been learned about the genetic predisposition for eating disorders and how this can help identify who may be at risk for developing an eating disorder. The [...]

Parent’s aren’t to blame for eating disorders

[...] Dr. Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS talks to NIS about how parents aren’t to blame for eating disorders and how they are multi-factorial illnesses. Dr. Lees is Vice President of the NORMAL In [...]

Binge Eating Disorder by Laura A. Lees Psy.D.,CEDS

[...] and an essential part of recovery.  Psychotherapy should start with a comprehensive eating disorders assessment and then, at minimum, focus on identifying the triggers and feelings underlying [...]

Rescuing the Brain: A Critical Part of Recovery

[...] that occurs when the body does not get enough nutrients” as is the case with those who have eating disorders. Malnutrition affects the brain by disrupting the neurotransmitters, or brain chemicals, [...]

The Role of Temperament in Eating Disorders by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] the twins, each has an equal representation of the genetic traits that contribute to the eating disorder. This does not mean that if one of the identical twins develops an eating disorder the other [...]

When To Suspect An Eating Disorder

[...] No one ever sets a goal to develop an eating disorder. Eating disorders are typically the result of attempts to be “healthy” that have gone awry. [...]

Evidence-Based Treatment: Is It The Answer To Treating Eating Disorders?

[...] clinician cannot guarantee his/her treatment will result in a patient recovering from an eating disorder, it is also true that an EBT cannot make that guarantee either simply because it produced a [...]

Rescuing the Brain: A Critical Part of Recovery

[...] Recovering from an eating disorder is a complicated endeavor because of the interplay between genetic predisposition, symptom [...]

Type D Personality

[...] ;t worry! Type D Personality is not a psychiatric disorder, but rather a grouping of personality characteristics that can be helped with psychotherapy. Decreasing the distress that comes with social [...]

GENETIC RISK FACTORS IN EATING DISORDERS by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] our current understanding of the genetic tendencies and the second part identifies personality characteristics that lend to a higher vulnerability for these disorders. Background In March 2009, the [...]

The Role of Temperament in Eating Disorders by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] one or two genes, but is likely due to the combination of multiple genes that influence personality characteristics. Temperament is a genetically inherited characteristic that is thought to increase a [...]

GENETIC RISK FACTORS IN EATING DISORDERS by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] In this article, I want to lay out what has been learned about the genetic predisposition for eating disorders and how this can help identify who may be at risk for developing an [...]

Rescuing the Brain: A Critical Part of Recovery

[...] from an eating disorder is a complicated endeavor because of the interplay between genetic predisposition, symptom severity, environmental/lifestyle factors and often, the patient’s ambivalence [...]

GENETIC RISK FACTORS IN EATING DISORDERS by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] March 2009, the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) published a position paper declaring that anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and their variants are “biologically based mental illnesses.” [...]

Rescuing the Brain: A Critical Part of Recovery

[...] C.A., Mayer, L.E.S., et.al. Brain tissue volume changes following weight gain in adults with anorexia nervosa. Int J of Eating Disord 2011; 44:5, 406-411. [...]

The Effects of Stress on Heart Health by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] beating trying to keep up with what our brains think we are capable of handling. Living with chronic stress is toxic to most of our body’s systems. It often results in poor nutrition, weight [...]

“Relax – I Don’t Have Time To Relax!”

[...] risk factors that are gaining greater recognition – workaholism, poor quality of life, chronic stress, lack of social support and inability to relax. His heart is now significantly damaged, but [...]

The Role of Temperament in Eating Disorders by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] that then increase susceptibility to environmental influences; *The combination of genetic traits interact in such a way as to increase susceptibility; *Various genetic traits are more [...]

The Role of Temperament in Eating Disorders by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] the twins is equally genetically vulnerable to developing an eating disorder. So, when the genetic vulnerability is present, neither twin may develop an eating disorder, one may develop an eating [...]

The Role of Temperament in Eating Disorders by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] , such as neurochemical disturbances, that also contribute to susceptibility. As genetic research continues, our understanding of eating disorders and the most effective ways to treat them [...]

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GENETIC RISK FACTORS IN EATING DISORDERS by Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS

[...] this article, I want to lay out what has been learned about the genetic predisposition for eating disorders and how this can help identify who may be at risk for developing an eating disorder. The [...]

Parent’s aren’t to blame for eating disorders

[...] Dr. Laura A. Lees, Psy.D., CEDS talks to NIS about how parents aren’t to blame for eating disorders and how they are multi-factorial illnesses. Dr. Lees is Vice President of the NORMAL In [...]

Binge Eating Disorder by Laura A. Lees Psy.D.,CEDS

[...] and an essential part of recovery.  Psychotherapy should start with a comprehensive eating disorders assessment and then, at minimum, focus on identifying the triggers and feelings underlying [...]

Rescuing the Brain: A Critical Part of Recovery

[...] that occurs when the body does not get enough nutrients” as is the case with those who have eating disorders. Malnutrition affects the brain by disrupting the neurotransmitters, or brain chemicals, [...]

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