Two Pathways to Binge-Eating: How To Take A Different Route

The research is clear: Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) is the most effective intervention for binge eating.  It is a time-limited therapy that is present-focused, addressing the factors day-to-day that keep the eating problem going.    CBT-E understands...

Skill of the Week: TIPP

When experiencing intense negative emotion, it’s not uncommon to feel like “this will never end” or “this is how it is.”  It’s not surprising that when in this activated – and desperate – state of mind, one might resort to the use of unhealthy coping mechanisms...

Skill of the Week: ACCEPTS

As we continue our series on accessible skills for coping, I want to introduce Distress Tolerance Skills.  Dialectical Behavior Therapy consists of four “chapters” or modules, each presenting dozens of strategies in each skill group.  One of the modules is the...