Thank you for joining us at The Emily Program – Cleveland’s Open House

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We would like to thank all of you who joined us last week at The Emily Program – Cleveland’s Open House and complimentary CEU presentation. We are humbled by such a warm reception from our fellow peers, colleagues and community supporters. We were delighted to meet and network with many influential people in our community […]

Reflections on Eating Disorder Recovery

Recovery from an eating disorder is possible! CCED understands that eating disorder recovery is a process and involves healthy coping strategies, thought patterns and positive self-image. That’s why we wanted to share this woman’s inspiring story about her recovery from an eating disorder with you. A woman in recovery for 22 years writes: At age 12, […]

The Emily Program – Cleveland’s Open House and CEU Event

(L to R) Mark Warren, MD, Lucene Wisniewski, PhD, Dirk Miller, PhD,  
and Jillian Lampert

Join us for The Emily Program – Cleveland’s Open House on Tuesday, July 15, beginning at 5 p.m. The event will be held in The Cleveland Center for Eating Disorder’s offices in Beachwood. Hors d’oeuvres will be served. Come help us celebrate our partnership with The Emily Program. Dirk Miller, CEO of The Emily Program, […]

Stay Happy and Confident This Summer

Use these seven tips to decrease body image concerns and enjoy the summer. Summer is an amazing time of year for all of us warm-weather enthusiasts. With the higher temperatures we start to peel away the layers of clothing and jackets of winter. This can bring about anxiety and feelings of self-consciousness around one’s body […]

CCED Partners with The Emily Program

We are thrilled to announce that CCED and The Emily Program, a nationally recognized eating disorder treatment program, are joining together to provide increased services for people with eating disorders in Ohio. The collaboration between the two programs will result in expanded outpatient services and a 16-bed residential treatment facility for women and men 18 […]

Thank you to NAMI

By, Dr. Mark Warren CCED would like to give its humble and grateful thanks to The Greater Cleveland National Alliance on Mental Illness. On April 24 CCED was presented with the Eugene Brudno Memorial Organization Award which “recognizes an organization that provides outstanding service for those with a mental illness and family members”. We very […]

INTRODUCING ADULT BINGE EATING DISORDER INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (BED-IOP)

By, Jean Doak CCED is excited to announce the opening of a new program – BINGE EATING DISORDER INTENSIVE OUTPATIENT PROGRAM (BED-IOP). An IOP for Binge Eating Disorder (BED) that is separate from CCED’s current IOP for individuals with Anorexia Nervosa (AN) and Bulimia Nervosa (BN) has been developed to assist with the unique challenges one encounters with […]

F.E.A.S.T. Conference, January 31-February 1, 2014- Connecting the Dots:Expanding the Knowledge Base and Extending the Circle of Care to Fight Eating Disorders Parent Recap.

By, A CCED Parent I am a parent from CCED programming who attended the recent F.E.A.S.T. Caregiver Conference in Dallas, TX. I had such an amazing experience there, I felt the overwhelming need to let other CCED parents know about my trip. The decision to even attend was very difficult for me because of the expenses and […]

Maudsley from the Perspective of an FBT Therapist

By, Amy Luzar, M.S.S.A., LISW-S One of the things I like best about doing Family Based Treatment a.k.a. FBT or Maudsley, is that I have an opportunity to work with the whole family and also that I can develop a relationship with the adolescent. It does not always work out that way; however, the therapy was designed […]

Maudsley Parents Conference April 11, 2014

The Maudsley Parents Conference is quickly approaching on April 11, 2014 at the downtown Cleveland Hilton Garden Inn. The conference features some of the leading experts in Family Based Treatment including Harriet Brown, Dr. James Locke and CCED’s own Dr. Lucene Wisniewski. It’s open to providers, families, and anyone who is interested in learning more […]