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Saying Goodbye to Negative Thinking and Finding Joy in Movement
Has the word and meaning of exercise turned into a complicated set of emotions for you? To some, exercise may be a “chore” or a tireless fight. To others it is a great feeling of joy and reward. There is no question moving your body is important – but when can exercise become harmful and reverse your efforts towards healthy living?
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2015 - March is National Social Work Month – Walden Honors Profession by Interviewing Social Worker
[Excerpt] March is National Social Work Month and 2015 marks the 60th anniversary of the National Association of Social Workers. To commemorate this event and to honor this profession, Walden choose to interview, Jennifer Rego, one of our social workers, to find out more about the professional of social work, the job responsibilities associated with the position and the rewards of the job. Read more
2015 - Student Health 101, "A Broader Look At Disordered Eating". Page 21-24 "Signs of Eating Disorders & Disordered Eating"
[Excerpt] Eating disorder refers to a serious psychiatric illness involving intrusive thoughts and actions related to food and weight that interfere with physical, social, and emotional health. “People don’t realize how disturbing [eating disorders] can be until there are dire consequences,” says Jen Rego, a licensed psychotherapist in Marlborough, Massachusetts, who specializes in eating disorders. Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate out of any emotional illness, according to the American Journal of Psychiatry (2009). Causes of death include heart failure and suicide. Read more.