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Having Trouble Finding an Eating Disorder Therapist Who Takes Insurance? Here's Why
Having Trouble Finding an Eating Disorder Therapist Who Takes Insurance? Here's Why

Guest Post by Lauren Muhlheim, Psy.D., CEDS , and Alli Spotts-De Lazzer , LMFT, LPCC, CEDS In our previous article, " Consumer Beware: What You Should Know About In-Network Insurance Provider Lists ," we described how parent advocate, James Cameron, had difficulty finding ...

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Blog Posts in 2016

  • Fighting the Good Fight All the Way to Groundbreaking and Historic Mental Health Reform

    And remember – we call it the good fight not because it is the easy fight but because it is the right fight. - Cleo Wade Yesterday something big ...

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  • Why Are We Still Making A Mockery Of Mental Illness?

    Originally written for The Huffington Post With the emergence of fall comes the promise of Halloween and all things pumpkin spice, festive, and ...

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  • HealthNow Required to Provide Coverage for Nutritional Counseling for Eating Disorders

    The tide is turning on coverage for nutritional counseling for eating disorder patients. Many eating disorder patients are wrongfully denied coverage ...

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  • Why I Don't Believe In Cheat Days

    Last Spring, the UK Fashion Retailer New Look was blasted for promoting dieting messages to some of its youngest shoppers. The shop offered a set of ...

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  • Why The Blame So Often Falls Upon The Victim

    Originally posted on The Huffington Post I recently came across an article called Why Society Blames Victims, According To Science . A fascinating and ...

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  • Kantor & Kantor Celebrates the Passing of Important Mental Health Care Reform Legislation

    On July 6, 2016, the U.S. House of Representatives took a huge step forward to improve the lives of Americans living with mental illness. The House ...

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  • In the Eating Disorder Community, We Need a Task Force to Get Things Done

    In March 2016, the President signed a Presidential Memorandum creating a Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Parity Task Force . The goal of the ...

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  • Kantor & Kantor Prevails on Behalf of Bulimia Patient

    Kantor & Kantor is happy to announce that it has won an important victory on behalf of a young woman with bulimia nervosa. The woman, whose name has ...

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  • Hello, My Name Is Depression

    Orignally written for the Huffington Post The National Alliance on Mental Illness ( NAMI ) has devoted the month of May as a time to promote awareness ...

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