Representing Clients Throughout California
Featured Article
Is Your Eating Disorder “Specialist” Really a Specialist?
Is Your Eating Disorder “Specialist” Really a Specialist?

Eating disorders have been shown to have high rates of hospitalizations and death (Arcelus, Mitchell, Wales, & Nielsen, 2011; Klump, Bulik, Kaye, Treasure, & Tyson, 2009). So it is imperative that both those who struggle with eating disorders and their caregivers are able to ...

Read More

Blog posts in Eating Disorders

  • Why Awareness Matters

    It’s 2019, and by now everyone knows what they need to know about eating disorders and we don’t need to raise awareness, right? Of course not. Why? ...

    View More
  • National Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2019 – Come As You Are

    Eating disorders are complex diseases, and they do not exist in a vacuum. National surveys estimate that as many as 20 million women and 10 million ...

    View More
  • New Jersey Administrative Law Judge Upholds Favorable Decision for Kantor & Kantor Client in Eating Disorder Case

    Our client is a young woman who entered residential treatment for bulimia nervosa in September 2011. Prior to September 2011, her eating disorder went ...

    View More
  • Help For The Holiday – Thanksgiving and Eating Disorders

    The holidays can sometimes be hard for a variety of reasons, and especially hard if you or someone you love is suffering with an eating disorder. If ...

    View More
  • National Suicide Prevention Week (September 9th – September 15th, 2018)

    September 10, 2018 was #WorldSuicidePreventionDay and National Suicide Prevention Week runs through September 15, 2018. Some of the reasons we need to ...

    View More
  • Action Alert for National Suicide Hotline Improvement Act

    July 16, 2018 - From the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention : On Thursday July 13, the House Energy and Commerce Committee favorably reported ...

    View More
  • The DSM-5 Makes Important Changes to the Diagnoses of Eating Disorders

    Psychiatrists and other mental health professionals rely upon the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) published by the ...

    View More
  • Olympic Champion Adam Rippon Speaks Out About His Eating Disorder

    This week, 28-year-old Olympic champion Adam Rippon decided to open up about his battle with a severe eating disorder . His goal is to raise awareness ...

    View More
  • National Eating Disorders Awareness Week - Let's Get Real

    Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of any mental illness and will affect 30 million Americans at some point in their lives, but stigmas ...

    View More