Jennifer J. Thomas, Ph.D. 
Clinical Psychologist 

Dr. Thomas in the News

This is the truth about recovering from bulimia (Self)

When calorie consume you (Boston Globe)

Eating to live or living to eat (Latina)

Are juice cleanses and gluten-free diets eating disorders in disguise? (New York Observer)

The most common eating disorder is one you’ve probably never heard of  (buzz feed.com)

Does Violetta's story sound familiar? We talked to an expert about friends with eating disorders (mtv.com)

A death by design (Psychology Today)

A big reveal touches a nerve (New York Times)

Can fat and thin find common ground?  (New York Times)

Almost anorexic (Huffington Post)

Don't settle for almost recovered (Psychology Today)

New book examines 'Almost Anorexia' (Great Falls Tribune)

Rise of the dieting dude (Cosmopolitan)

Zoe Saldana weighs 115 pounds: Who cares? (DietsInReview)

Rise of the almost anorexic: New book reveals one in 20 are affected by dangerous borderline eating disorders (Daily Mail)

Chris Christie's struggle and the politics of weight (ABC News)

Obesity: Reddit users debate merits of supersized mannequins (ABC News)

 Anorexic takes up baking to gain control over food (ABC News)

Fat is the new ugly on the playground (CNN)

British actress's shocking weight loss: How skinny is too skinny for a role? (Health Magazine)

When weight is lost and insecurity lives on (YouBeauty.com)

La dictadura del tutu (El Pais)

Eating disorders go untreated as experts debate definitions (LiveScience)

No EDNOS in sight (Shoe Leather Magazine)

The most common eating disorder you've never heard of (North by Northwestern)

Eating-disorder education shows unintended effects (Reuters)

A thin line: Dancer/psychologist combines roles in examine eating disorders (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

SCHS grad meshes psychology and ballet in life (Orange County Register)

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