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Someone you know is battling an eating disorder. It could be your mother, father, daughter, son, neighbor, friend, colleague. Or you. Nearly 10 million women and one million men in the United States suffer from anorexia and bulimia; many millions more from binge eating disorder, disordered eating, body dissatisfaction, and weight concerns.
You may be unaware of the personal yet profound struggle that haunts these individuals daily. On the outside they may appear successful, happy and leading a rewarding life. But as the cliché admonishes, looks can be deceiving. Early detection, intervention and treatment are essential for successful treatment and full recovery. EDRC is here to help guide you and your loved ones through the recovery process.
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Stanford University Eating Disorder Program Recruiting Participants for New Studies
Stanford University’s Eating Disorder Program is currently recruiting eligible participants for the following two studies:
Confirming the Efficacy/Mechanism of an Adaptive Treatment for Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa
Stanford University and UCSF’s Eating Disorder Programs are recruiting adolescents ages 12 to 18 with a diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa (AN) and their families to participate in a Family Based Treatment research study. By participating in this study participants receive FBT, an evidence-based treatment, free of charge and $50 upon completion of the study for the adolescent. The study entails of 15-18 sessions of FBT over a 9 month period with a follow-up occurring at both 6 months and 1 year post treatment. Everyone in the study gets FBT from trained psychologists starting immediately following enrollment. This study aims to confirm whether adding an adaptive treatment (a 3-session Intensive Parental Coaching-IPC Intervention) compatible with FBT significantly improves outcomes by addressing poor early response and to evaluate effect of treatment in those adolescents who do not show an early response to FBT.
The Interactions Between Clinical and Neurocognitve Symptoms in Adolescents With Eating Disorders
Stanford University’s Eating Disorder Program is recruiting females between the ages of 12 to 18 with a diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa Restricting subtype (AN-R) who either are currently underweight or have been underweight in the last 3 months to participate in a study looking at the interactions between clinical and neurocognitve symptoms in adolescents with eating disorders. The study is a one time visit (at 401 Quarry Road Stanford, CA 94305), in which the participant will play a few computer games (3 total), complete a vocabulary task, complete a pattern matching task, and answer an online questionnaire (will be completed at home prior to coming in) that in total will take about 2 hours and each participant gets $50 for participating.
If you fit the criteria for this study and are interested in being in a paid research study, please reach out! To inquire further please email Alexa L’Insalata at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 650-723-9182.
EDRC Receives SCCBHB Agency Hero Award
From left to right: Toni Tullys, Director of County Behavioral Services, EDRC founder Janice Bremis, and volunteer Max Sala
On 4 May 2017, The Santa Clara County Behavioral Health Board (SCCBHB) honored Silicon Valley’s Eating Disorder Resource Center (EDRC) with the AGENCY HERO award, a part of the Community Heroes Award Ceremony. These honors are given to community agencies and members who have made an extraordinary difference in the lives of people with behavioral health illness.
Toni Tullys, Director of County Behavioral Services, and Gary Miles, Ph.D., Board President, presented the award to Founder Janice Bremis and volunteer Max Sala, recognizing the EDRC’s outstanding service and commitment to increasing research efforts, professional development, treatment access, and public awareness on eating disorders. The EDRC’s mission is inspired by Ms. Bremis’s dedication to end suffering for individuals by promoting access to quality care. We provide families and local communities resources for prevention and treatment and offer multiple support groups across the Bay Area.
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