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Transitioning from Child & Adolescent Eating Disorder Services to Adult Eating Disorder Services is known to be a challenging time for both patients and their families. But now, with the social distancing measures in place due to COVID 19, patients and their families are facing increased pressure, at home, under ‘lockdown’. Our clinical practice continues,[…]
[Read the transcript below] Now this one goes out to all the parents out there. I have been reading a lot of advice telling us that we should never use food as a reward for kids, or to distract them from difficult feelings. Now, I’m going to go out on a limb here and[…]