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Doctor Radio Interview With Rosewood’s Dr. Dena Cabrera

Dr. Dena Cabrera, Executive Clinical Director of Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders, joins Dr. Carol Bernstein on the SiriusXM Radio show Doctor Radio to discuss the 2017 film To The Bone. In the interview, Dr. Cabrera and Dr. Bernstein discuss the way the film addresses the topic of anorexia as well as exploring the approach Rosewood takes when treating patients with…

Treatment for Diabulimia Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders

Dangers of Diabulimia

Diabulimia is an eating disorder in which people with Type 1 diabetes deliberately take less insulin than their bodies need in order to control their weight. The disorder, according to research, is very a dangerous way to get thin. Research has found that diabulimia raises the risk of serious diabetes complications. What is Type 1…

Eating Disorders and Adolescence

Back to School Can Trigger Eating Disorders

Back to school means new classes, new clothes and new friends. While a fresh start can be exciting, all of that change can also cause stress, anxiety and self-doubt. “The start of the school year is a time of transition. Kids are adjusting to new teachers, schedules and peers,” says Dena Cabrera, Psy.D., CEDS, clinical…

Rosewood Alum Reunion

Thoughts from Rosewood Alumni About Our Seattle Reunion

Thank you to our incredible alumni who took the time to attend our alumni reunion in Seattle in June and share their feelings about the event. Your words mean more to us than you can ever know! Here’s a sample of what participants had to say… “Thank you guys for an incredible weekend. As ‘normal’…

Rosewood’s Dr. Dena Cabrera TV Interview On Netflix’s Controversial ‘To The Bone’

We’re grateful for the opportunity to have Rosewood Centers For Eating Disorders Executive Clinical Director, Dr. Dena Cabrera, interviewed on Good Morning Arizona about the controversial Netflix film: ‘To The Bone’. In this insightful interview, Dr. Cabrera discusses concerns about the film’s glamorization of eating disorders, skewed portrayal of people suffering from anorexia, promotion of…