Dr. Amelia Davis is the Medical Director of Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders, a world-class, accredited eating disorder treatment program for women, adolescents and men offering a complete range of care for all stages of recovery.
Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders Therapist, Chris Tatsumi, recently spoke at the Arizona State University Mental Health Summit about the topic of depression. Chris presented to students and others in the community about symptoms, warnings signs, and how to seek help. We'd like to thank Chris for his efforts to both educate and raise awareness among students and community providers. Thank you, Chris! ... See MoreSee Less
The holiday season is upon us, and with it we prepare to celebrate with our loved ones. Huge family feasts and social gatherings can feel overwhelming for anyone. But for those suffering from an eating disorder, the holidays mark a particularly challenging time. Food is often a central theme for bringing families together, which can negatively trigger those in need of treatment. And to compound the issue, the stresses of balancing career, family and daily life in general can take its toll. If you’re telling yourself to just get through the holidays and wait until the dust settles to seek treatment—don’t. There’s no time like the present to begin your recovery. In fact, the holidays may just be the perfect time. Here's why... ... See MoreSee Less
We are very "thankful" for the opportunity to have Rosewood Executive Clinical Director, Dr. Dena Cabrera, work with a site as popular and influential as BuzzFeed on 21 tips to help people who are currently struggling with or in recovery from an eating disorder safely get through the Holidays. Please help us raise awareness during this challenging time! ... See MoreSee Less
Are you concerned that you or a loved one may be suffering from an eating disorder? Fill out our free online confidential eating disorder assessment and a Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders Intake Specialist will contact you with results within eight hours.
For immediate assistance, please call (800) 845-2211.