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Dr. Tamara Pryor L.

Clinical Director

Eating Disorder Center of Denver

Direct Phone: (720) ***-****       

Eating Disorder Center of Denver

Eating Disorder Center Of Denver 950 S Cherry St. Ste. 1010

Denver, Colorado 80246

United States

Company Description

The Eating Disorder Center of Denver (EDC-D) blog is designed for EDC-D family, which includes professionals, patients, alumni, the community and EDC-D employees, to communicate to others that there is hope for those individuals struggling with an eating ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Eating Disorder Services

Wichita Psychiatric Consultants

Affiliations

Member
Eating Disorders Research Society

Education

MA
Rehabilitation Counseling
Southern Illinois University

MSW

Wayne State University

PH.D.

University of Kansas School of Medicine

Ph.D.

University of Colorado at Boulder

Ph.D.
counseling psychology
Southern-Illinois University

PhD

Wayne State University

PhD
Psychology
Southern Illinois University

master
rehabilitation
Southern-Illinois University

Web References (196 Total References)


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Tamara Pryor, PhD., FAED

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Tamara Pryor, PhD., FAED, Clinical Director and Director of Clinical Research, Eating Disorder Center of Denver
Who am I without Ed? When I was struggling with my own eating disorder, this was a question I thought (and worried) about a lot. With this blog post, I am thrilled to introduce you to an expert who will tackle this challenging topic. Dr. Tamara Pryor is the Clinical Director and Director of Clinical Research at the Eating Disorder Center of Denver (EDCD). Several years ago, I had the privilege of speaking alongside Dr. Pryor at a professional training in Denver. I assure you that she is not only deeply wise but also fiercely passionate about helping people to overcome their eating disorders and to move toward fulfilled living. Let her words below serve as a guide on the journey.


The Transition Phase of Treatment: A New Model – Part 2. Working with The Transition Team

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This also involves examining all of the patient's challenges and critical areas for growth, says EDC-D Clinical Director Tamara Pryor, PhD.

Dr. Pryor adds that the transition team also helps patients evaluate how they are going to take the new skills they have developed during treatment home, and how they are going to maintain their new motivation and commitment to staying well. Patients are very involved in the process, and are encouraged to work on goal-setting and analyzing their progress, she adds.
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They can work on any type of area that will be challenging for them once they are back home, says Dr. Pryor.


The World's Most Comprehensive Eating Disorder Referral and Information Website

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"It is important for everyone, but specifically those with eating disorders to become aware of the health concerns of excessive exercising," says Dr. Tamara Pryor, clinical director of EDCD.


The World's Most Comprehensive Eating Disorder Referral and Information Website

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"The first time I realized the relationship between anorexia nervosa and hoarding came seven years into treating individuals with eating disorders," said Dr. Tamara Pryor, clinical director of the Eating Disorder Center of Denver.

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These gifts were tucked away in their original boxes and she was waiting for the perfect time to use 'one or two of them,'" said Dr. Pryor.


Bulimia Help: The World's Most Comprehensive Eating Disorder Referral and Information Website, binge eating, anorexia, bulimia

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The study, under the direction of EDC-D Clinical Director Tamara Pryor, Ph.D. compared the temperament and character traits of younger eating disorder patients to middle-aged eating disorder patients. Commenting on the study, Dr. Pryor said, "The initial purpose of the study was to determine whether or not treatment centers should adapt programs based on the age of its patients."

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"There is the assumption that eating disorders are illnesses that belong to young people, and so I think it's very important that we are aware that they can reoccur midlife" Dr. Pryor said when addressing the traditional perceptions surrounding age and eating disorders.

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