Anorexia Nervosa: Finding Hope in New Treatments
There is much hope on the horizon for those suffering from Anorexia Nervosa (AN)!
Listen to this this week's podcast episode to hear about novel treatments for your loved ones who may be struggling with an eating disorder.
Join Jennifer Reid, MD as she interviews Joanna Steinglass, MD, a Professor of Psychiatry and the Director of Research in the Eating Disorders Clinic at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
1) The diagnosis and risk factors for AN
2) Exciting new data about the neurobiology of AN
3) A new treatment protocol addressing the habit formation prominent in AN
4) A message of hope for families whose loved ones are suffering from AN
If you or your loved one are struggling with disordered eating patterns, click here to learn about ongoing research studies, offering treatment at no cost.
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Dr. Joanna Steinglass graduated from Amherst College and Harvard Medical School and then completed her psychiatry training at Columbia University and the New York State Psychiatric Institute. She joined the Eating Disorders Research Clinic in 2003 and currently serves as training co-director of the Eating Disorders T32 Research Fellowship. Dr. Steinglass’ research utilizes neuroscience to investigate potential causes and treatments for individuals struggling with Anorexia Nervosa.
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