Eating Disorders

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Insights , Kids

Generally, for most people eating is a pleasure in addition to being a necessity to sustain a healthy body. When a person feels the urges to change the normal course of their eating behaviors (such as under-eating or overeating) due to certain perceptions, this can lead to — or already is — an one of several eating disorders.

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What to know and how to spot Bulimia Nervosa

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Insights , Kids

“Some people eat to live while others live to eat”- It’s one thing to love good food; to eat passionately, indulge in culinary delights, and savor great cuisine. After all, eating is one of the great pleasures in life — along with sex, travel, wine …. and a good bowel movement. And the priority of each can shift from day to day. What to know and how to spot Bulimia Nervosa in friends, family and oneself starts with education.

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Play Therapy History

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Kids , Offsite Articles

Play therapy history is not something I went looking for on my own. Being a staff researcher and writer for Inicia Incorporated, I come across a lot of subjects for which I had not been aware, such as the recent topic (Play Therapy) I co-researched and co-wrote an article about the theory, history and practice of Play Therapy.

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Autism Solutions discussed at Ted Talks: Wendy Chung

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Blog , Reviews

Autism Solutions were discussed on Ted Talks: Wendy Chung: Autism, what we know (and what we don’t know yet) was an interesting and well-delivered 15-minute presentation on Ted Talks, which I reviewed and wrote about for Childswork.com.

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Transformers Age of Extinction – A Review

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Reviews

Transformer: Age of Extinction is the fourth bio-mechanical alien epic in the series, and may serve as a transitional bridge to the story-line. While movie-goers seem to love it (they openly cheered at the screening I attended), the critics have been trashing it. Richard Roeper of the Chicago Sun-Times calls it “Mind-numbing, bombastic action that seems never to end.”

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