With the increased information and questions circulating about COVID-19 (previously referred to as the Novel Coronavirus), we want to provide updated information and recommendations that we received from state and federal health agencies, as well as recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO), to ensure that we have the
This peanut butter dip is perfect for any occasion. Use it for breakfast, a snack, lunch or at a party – even dessert! Use apples, celery or whatever else you can think up to scoop. 6 oz. peanut butter 6 oz. Greek yogurt 2-3 tbsp vanilla 1 tbsp cinnamon 1/2 c. chocolate chips 10-15 servings
NEWS For Immediate Release Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders Strengthens Offerings with Co-Occurring Disorders Care AZ eating disorders treatment facility announces 5-goal process to treat co-occurring disorders Wickenburg, AZ. (January 14, 2020) – Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders (www.rosewoodcenters.com) is one of the nation’s most highly regarded treatment programs for adults and adolescents with anorexia,
One of the hallmarks of eating disorders is a preoccupation with thinking about the body, weight, food and calories. Instead of engaging in activities that bring joy, like gratitude, people with eating disorders disengage from friends and family, and in many ways, life itself. One way to reengage is to practice gratitude – to think
Before Rosewood, life was bleak. Food was scary. Meal times were torture. And the bathroom toilet was my closest companion. I was lost. My family was suffering. My parents were at a loss. We’d been having the same conversation for almost a decade: “Eat Liz!” “No mom I can’t” “Please don’t purge, Lizzi!” “Dad I
It was such an incredible weekend with Taryn Brumfitt. I don’t know who was more excited, us or Taryn. We had 127 attendees. Taryn was by far one of the greatest speakers because she made the time to sit and talk with everyone in the room. She knew alum by name and connected with them.
Our featured guest will be best selling author and director of the critically acclaimed social-change documentary Embrace, Taryn Brumfitt! We can’t wait to see everyone!
Eating Disorder Awareness The most powerful testimonies about eating disorders and recovery come from people who have experienced it. To raise awareness about eating disorders and the need for better access to care, a group of alumni and staff will travel to Washington, D.C. on April 24 to participate in National Advocacy Day. The event
Despite a wave of Hollywood films, TV specials and books focusing on the potentially deadly health risks presented by eating disorders, a new study reveals that many Americans don’t view anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and other eating disorders as the life-threatening mental illnesses they are. The January 2018 study conducted for Rosewood Centers for Eating
One year later: The feelings of gratitude I have for recovery are unmatched in every way. The last year has been one of growth and resilience but also pain and loss. I have mourned the loss of my eating disorder in moments of frustration and anxiety, remembering moments when I escaped into my behaviors in