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Castlewood Treatment Center Launches Brand Awareness Video
Date:8/4/2014

of individualized and specialized programs at all three national centers: Castlewood in St. Louis, Missouri; Castlewood at Monarch Cove in Monterey, California; and at their newest facility, Castlewood at the Highlands, in Birmingham, Alabama. Another way Castlewood recognizes the unique aspects of their clients as individuals, and as a group with shared experiences, is through their Flexible Collegiate Program. The stressors of beginning college life can exacerbate eating disorder symptoms, and the Castlewood Collegiate program is designed to make this transition easier for adolescents with eating disorders through flexible programming hours.

As leading educators and advocates on eating disorder issues, Castlewood's professionals are dedicated to their clients and families, and to the wider community. Castlewood emphatically supports the positive promotion of body image in the media. Taking part in the new #NoFilter Campaign is an important example. With the increased availability and use of apps and software to alter photographic images, Castlewood is concerned at the parallel decrease in self-acceptance of unfiltered images. Lack of body image acceptance is strongly linked to eating disorders. Castlewood feels that portraying each person as uniquely beautiful, as opposed to photographically altered to achieve an artificial ideal of beauty, is a crucial step to achieving self-acceptance.

About Castlewood
Castlewood Treatment Centers provide client-centered care for individuals with all types of eating disorders, using the most effective evidence-based treatment approaches and best practices. A primary team comprised of a physician, a therapist and a dietiti
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