Professional Treatment Resources

How do YOU define a healthy lifestyle?

Mental Health:

Wellness Institute for Self Enhancement

Texas Health

Mental Health Association of Greater Dallas


Eating Disorders:

The Joy Project

ED referral

NEDA

Something Fishy

Weightless

Eating Disorder Hope

D. Milton Stokes


Intuitive Eating/Nutrition:

Elyse Resch, co-author Intuitive Eating

American Dietetic Association


Substance Abuse:

National Substance Abuse Index

Narcotics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous

Arlington Drug & Alcohol Services

Intuitive Eating Research:

Mensinger JL. Intuitive eating: A novel health promotion strategy for obese women.[abstract] Nov 2009 Am Publ Health Assoc Conference.

Smitham LA. Evaluating an Intuitive Eating Program for Binge Eating Disorder: A Benchmarking Study. Univ Notre Dame Nov 2008.

Tylka, Tracy L. Development and psychometric evaluation of a measure of intuitive eating.J Counseling Psych;2006. 53(2), Apr:226-240.

Avalos LC and Tylka T. Exploring a model of intuitive eating with college women.J Counseling Psych. Vol 53(4), Oct 2006, 486-497.

Tylka, T.L., & Wilcox, J.A. Are intuitive eating and eating disorder symptomatology opposite poles of the same construct? J of Counseling Psychology, 2006;53, 474-485.

Smith T and Hawks SR. Intuitive Eating, Diet Composition, and the Meaning of Food in Healthy Weight Promotion. Am J Health Educ 2006;May-June;37(3):130-136.

Hawks S et al. Relationship Between Intuitive Eating and Health Indicators Among College Women. Am J Health Ed 2005:Nov-Dec;36(6):331-336.

Intuitive Eating and Healthy Weight Promotion. AJHE, 2006

Intuitive Eating Validation Scale, AJHE, 2004

Intuitive eating improves health for chronic dieters JADA;2005 Jun;105(6):929-36.

Shift from dieting decreases risk of obesity and eating disorders. JADA;2006 Apr;106:559-68.


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Do you have a problem?

1. Do you worry that you have lost control over how much you eat?

2. Do you make yourself sick (or use laxatives/exercise) if you feel uncomfortably full?

3. Do you currently suffer with or suffered in the past with eating issues?

4. Do you ever eat in secret?

5. Does your weight affect how you feel about yourself?


If you answered yes to any of these questions, or if you are not satisfied with your current eating patterns, contact us for more information.