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About Abigail Natenshon
Over 45 Years of Eating Disorder Specialty Practice
 

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* The Neurobiology of Embodied Mindfulness, an article for mental health professionals
* Eating disorder Therapy/Somatosensory Movement Group starting in June
 
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Coming Events

  • Contributor to online book entitled Eating Disorders, edited by Dr. Ignacio Jáuregui-Lobera InTech publishers, to be released October 2016. (Free Access)

     

    Abigail’s chapter contributions include:

    1) “Neurobiology and the Changing Face of Eating Disorder Treatment: Healing the Eating Disordered Brain  

    2) “Eating Disorders: A Treatment Apart

     The Unique Use of the Therapist’s Self in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

  • Publication of commentary entitled “Clinical Access of Neuroplastic Brain Research in Eating Disorder Treatment” in Open Access Journal of Science and Technology (OAJoST), AgiAL Publishing House, October 2016
  • Contributor and participant in The World Continuing Education Alliance; Watch for the online release of professional webinars about the diagnosis and treatment of eating disorders, including unique recovery strategies
  • New Psychotherapy/Somatosensory movement support group. Providing a unique opportunity for adult eating disordered patients to experience the pleasure and freedom of bodily movement to enhance outcomes of more traditional clinical treatment practices. Creating neurophysiological connections between mind, brain and body has been shown to facilitate re-integration of the Self, a significant benchmark of eating disorder recovery.

    Starting Fall, 2016
 
       
 
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