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Eating Disorders: An Innocent Start
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Causes, Prevention and Treatment
Skills to Decrease Overeating or Bingeing
Skills to Decrease Purging
Healthy Meal Rituals and Containment
Raising Resilient Children
Beauty and the Beast
I Am in a Good Place Now
Have a Binge-Free Thanksgiving
Is DBT Effective?
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Parents’ FAQ #4
When would an ACE participant be referred for inpatient treatment?
As a result of the initial assessment, if the symptoms are considered too severe for outpatient treatment.
Whenever a medical doctor determines that the child may be in medical danger. (Note that we need to have bloodwork and physicals conducted by your physician at the start of treatment).
If symptoms are worsening after two weeks of intensive treatment.
Purging multiple times per day and below 70% of expected weight are often considered criteria for inpatient treatment.
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