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    Garden City, NY 11530
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    Why an Eating Disorder is Different than Disordered Eating

    Many people have some difficulty distinguishing between and eating disorder and disordered eating. For those who truly suffer with an eating disorder, it can be a frustrating experience when they hear hear someone mistakenly, or even mockingly refer to their own eating patterns as eating disordered.READ MORE...


    The Fear of Judgement

    Most people do not like the feeling of being judged, criticized and compared. With eating disorders, this fear of being judged is one of the primary motivating factors that can precipitate and perpetuate and eating.  Fears of not feeling "good enough" can lead to self-isolating behaviors with an avREAD MORE...


    The Importance of Biology in Treatment

    I read or scan hundreds of articles yearly about the recent medical research that is published about eating disorders and have been writing and lecturing about the neurobiology of eating disorders for over 10 years. During this time, I have found this information to be a critical component when asseREAD MORE...


    Faith, Food, and Holidays with an ED.

    As Yom Kippur approaches many patients have questions regarding following the meal plans that are a part of most eating disorder treatments. In several faiths, holiday customs that involve fasting often lead to dilemmas for patients when deciding whether to follow the recommendations of their eatingREAD MORE...


    Biofeedback with ED-180

    ED-180 programs in Garden City, NY has a full biofeedback suite at the offices featuring the ultimate in biofeedback training using the state-ot-the-art software to monitor and train the attention, focus, and calming circuits of the brain and autonomic nervous system. See more on this webpage in theREAD MORE...

    In response to COVID-19 Please Note: Dr. DeSabaro and the ED-180 staff will be working remotely through the use of telemedicine until it is safe for patients and staff. While you may leave a message on the office phone, we prefer it if you can communicate through our office email DeSarbo312@gmail.com for appointments, refills, and other messages. Thank you and please be safe.