From Across the Desk

With the July/August issue, Eating Disorders Review will celebrate its 34th year in publication. The focus of the first issue in 1990 was addressing the controversy over pharmacotherapy versus individual psychotherapy. Dr. James Mitchell’s…

BED and Addictive Behaviors

  Some similarities may help screening and treatment for patients. While addictive behaviors and binge eating disorder (BED) do not mirror one another, some characteristics of addictive behaviors can be helpful in…

Food Insecurity

  One group of adolescents have an increased risk of future eating disorders. Food insecurity is often defined as a lack of access to healthy, safe, and affordable foods that promote optimal…

Single Session Interventions

  Many questions emerged after the concept was presented. The concept of using a single session to intervene for persons facing barriers to care for suspected eating disorders was first suggested by…

In the Next Issue

Eating Disorders in Men Stigma is a major barrier to diagnosis and treatment for eating disorders among men. Approaches to screening and diagnosis need to be updated. PLUS ‘Food Rules’ and Binge…