2012 News & Events
DSM-V will be published in May The Advisory Board Company …
New England Psychologist December 2012 By Jennifer Chase Since 2003, Walden Behavioral Care has been known for its continuum of care for eating…
WALTHAM, Mass., Oct. 16, 2012 – Walden Behavioral Care announced today that Lawrence R. Behan of Acton has been appointed to the position…
ReminderNews September 2012 By Christian Mysliwiec Eating disorders affect 4 percent of the population in the United States, and the results of this…
Jennifer Smith, the director of outpatient programs, said that the South Windsor clinic is Walden’s fourth satellite program and first of its kind in Connecticut. The South Windsor clinic offers several outpatient programs for adults and adolescents.
Eastern Connecticut Health Network and Walden Behavioral Care LLC of Waltham, Mass, have opened a clinic for eating disorders at the health network’s South Windsor medical office campus, 2400 Tamarack Ave.
Walden Behavioral Care LLC on Tuesday introduced the first in-patient care program in New England exclusively for adults needing treatment for depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders.
Walden Behavioral Care is partnering with Assumption College to offer a presentation for those suffering from Binge-Eating Disorder.
Cheryl Kerrigan was 5 years old when “Ed” started telling her she’d be smarter, more popular and more loved if only she ate less.
“Everybody knows somebody” is the National Eating Disorder Association’s slogan for National Eating Disorders Awareness week, which ran earlier this month. It’s a slogan that rings true for students as one in five college students are said to suffer from some type of an eating disorder, according to eating disorder service provider Walden Behavioral Care.
Binge Eating Disorder is the most common eating disorder, affecting approximately 2 million Americans, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. The institute found that one in five young women report that they have had binge-eating problems, while men account for about 40% of binge-eating disorder cases.
Termed the “new” eating disorder, binge eating has risen in prevalence over the past couple of years, quickly becoming the most common eating disorder among the general population. College students in particular are disproportionally affected by binge eating disorder.
Walden Behavioral Care is expanding its services for treating eating disorders at 335 Chandler St. in Worcester by offering an eating disorder partial hospitalization program (PHP).
When Stuart Koman launched a for-profit venture to take over a psychiatric unit at Waltham Hospital eight years ago in the wake of the hospital’s closing, he was unsure how much demand there would be for his new firm’s services.
Mayor Joseph Sullivan and Braintree Public Schools Nursing Coordinator Paula Dowd spoke at Walden Behavioral Care’s Braintree office opening on Thursday night.