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iaedp NY Mission Statement

To promote a high level of professionalism among practitioners who treat those suffering from eating disorders by promoting ethical and professional standards, offering education and training in the field, certifying those who have met prescribed requirements, promoting public and professional awareness of eating disorders and assisting in prevention efforts.

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New brain scan study shows that brains of women with bulimia process food cues differently, possibly explaining why acute stress causes them to binge eat.

Hyperarousal and Dissociation in Dysregulated Eating

July 5 2017
Many dysregulated eaters bounce back and forth between two states: wildly emotional or detached and unfeeling. Both are a product of traumatic experiences and can lead to mindless, emotional and binge eating. By understanding why this happens to your mind/body, you will be better able to recognize these states, cope with them more effectively, and […]<div class="tptn_counter" id="tptn_counter_16856">(Visited 17 times, 17 visits today)</div>

Study provides further support for genetic factors underlying addictions

June 15 2017
Impairment of a particular gene raises increases susceptibility to opioid addiction liability as well as vulnerability to binge eating according to a new study.

How to Calm Your Brain

June 7 2017
I was looking through notes I took at a workshop I attended last year on “Calming An Overactive Brain,” and found some ideas which speak directly to why it’s difficult for dysregulated eaters to not reach for food when they’re in internal distress. My hope is that by understanding what goes on in your brain […]<div class="tptn_counter" id="tptn_counter_16850">(Visited 20 times, 20 visits today)</div>

First genetic location found for anorexia nervosa

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In what is perhaps the most significant genomic study of anorexia nervosa to date, researchers find the first genetic locus for the disorder.

On Going Groups for Recovery

Groups our current members are offering.

If you have a continuous group running, and would like to post it on the iaedpNY Chapter website, please email us a description with name, location, time, a 1-sentence description, and contact information (exceeding no greater than 4 lines). Please email to the President.

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