Reasons Alumni Contribution By, Ashley We are grateful for the contributions and courage of our alumni to share their perspectives on the 2019 National Eating Disorder Awareness Week theme “Come As You Are”. We want to highlight the importance of validating stories that may not fit [...]
We are honored to share this piece with you, written by Wendy York, senior at UCLA and member of the UCLA Body Image Task Force. This piece feels very timely with all that is currently being shared in the media. The trauma stories and experiences that [...]
Contributed by Nikki Rollo, PhD, LMFT ~ National Director “Inside you there’s an artist you don’t know about… say yes quickly, if you know, if you’ve known it from before the beginning of the universe.” -Rumi When you think about creativity what comes [...]
Shannon Braasch, Reasons Clinical Outreach Specialist, Contributed a Guest Blog for The Shimmer, Sparkle, Shine Project. Shannon explores how we can be brave, unapologetic and celebrate our enoughness! To read more click here: Girl, Be Brave.
Contributed by Nadia Akhtar Sim, LCSW, Clinical Supervisor This blog is the second installment in a special series on Cultural Identity: how we can embrace our culture in our pursuit of healing. As a second generation Pakistani American, there are truths I have learned [...]
We place tremendous value on the role of our nurses at Reasons and believe that our nursing services are in line with the highest standards of specialized care for those in need of 24-hour eating disorder treatment. Our nursing program is directed by Corinne Elliott, RN, [...]
3 Lessons from the Armenian People on rewriting your relationship history with food. This blog post is the first installment of a special series on Reasons for Cultural Identity: How we can embrace our culture in our pursuit of healing. “Finish the food on your [...]