Ways to Put Your Mental Health Above Your Job and More Inspirational Articles

Join us in reading soulful articles we have cultivated from across the web. If you have found an article you feel is inspirational, explores current research, or is a knowledgeable piece of literature and would like to share with us please send an e-mail here.

5 Creative Ways to Put Your Mental Health Above Your Job Psychology Today

5 Ways Your Loved Ones Can Help During Recovery Angie Viets Blog

9 Mantras For Anxiety That Experts Use Themselves Huffington Post

A Letter to the Friend Who Stayed By Me in Recovery Recovery Warriors

Here’s What Depression Can Do to Your Body Refinery 29

4 Tips for a Healthy Friendship When You Both Have a Mental Illness The Mighty


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Benefits of Eating Disorder Counseling

Eating disorder counseling is an important component of eating disorder recovery and offers a wide variety of benefits to individuals enrolled in programs at eating disorder treatment facilities. When eating disorder counseling is part of a treatment program, clients are more likely to achieve and maintain full recovery. Continue reading…

Maintaining Recovery this Fall

Monte Nido Eating Disorder Center of Philadelphia Primary Therapist Kate Funk offers tips for navigating the upcoming change of seasons and return to school. Kate shares ways to maintain recovery and manage the stress of a new schedule and academic pressure.  

As summer fades into fall here on the east coast I can’t help but get excited for cozy knit sweaters, pumpkin flavored coffee, and enjoying the brightly colored changing leaves. For our clients, we know fall often means transition; transition back to school and extra- curricular activities and for parents’ hectic schedules of pickups and drop offs, not to mention less sun light each day which can bring its’ own struggles.  In this post I will explore some fall tips for anyone facing recovery.

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Petition to Cancel Netflix’s Offensive New Show ‘Insatiable” is Gaining Momentum

A petition to cancel Netflix’s new dark comedy ‘Insatiable’ has gained more than 233,000 signatures since Twitter commentators first saw the trailer for the series back in July. Many Netflix viewers and online readers immediately felt uneasy when they were first introduced to the show because of the sensitive subject matter it dealt with. But instead of approaching the very real topic of “fat-shaming” and dramatic weight loss with knowledge and compassion, it seemed as though the series was following the same old tired troupe that says if young girls get thin and adhere to societal beauty standards, they can live fuller lives and exact revenge on those who treated them poorly in the past. In fact, many people who have been diagnosed with an eating disorder felt triggered by the trailer for the TV show alone. Continue reading…

Soul Team Spotlight: Monte Nido New England’s Tenured Leaders

Monte Nido extends an excited welcome to two of our tenured leaders moving into new roles. Michelle Felton, MA, LMHC will be moving from the Clinical Director role at Monte Nido’s Eating Disorder Center of Boston, providing day treatment, to Monte Nido Laurel Hill, our residential program in Medford, Massachusetts. Moving in to the Clinical Director position at Monte Nido Eating Disorder Center of Boston is former Assistant Clinical Director Christine McQuade, MS.

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