Danielle Mauldin

Danielle Mauldin

Danielle Mauldin

Danielle is a spirited mental health advocate, writer, and aspiring clinical counselor who loves guiding others through their healing journey. 

With over five years of experience as a content writer, Danielle is happiest when writing helpful content through an empathetic lens. 


Articles by Danielle Mauldin

What is Bulimia Nutrition Therapy?

Eating disorders such as bulimia nervosa (BN), anorexia nervosa (AN), and binge eating disorder (BED) are complex conditions with physical, emotional, and mental origins and consequences. As such, eating disorder treatment is often multi-faceted in order to address these varying causes and contributions.

Bulimia Family Therapy | Support Through Recovery 

Bulimia nervosa (BN) is a serious mental health condition with potentially dangerous consequences, but thankfully, it's also one of the most treatable eating disorders. Several types of therapy have been found to help people with BN reduce their eating disorder behaviors, so specialists may choose from several techniques when treating these patients.

Why Can’t I Stop Eating? Binge Eating, Compulsive Eating, and How to Help

Many eating disorders, including (BN) and (BED), are marked by episodes of compulsive eating or eating large amounts of food even when not feeling hungry or already feeling satisfied.

What is Gender Dysphoria, and How is it Related to Eating Disorders?

People who experience gender dysphoria (also referred to as gender identity disorder) may engage in these behaviors to try to change parts of their bodies to more closely align with their gender identity. These disordered eating behaviors can progress into a clinical eating disorder.

Bulimia Online Support and Virtual Treatment

The COVID-19 crisis spurred a dramatic rise in online therapy, but even before the pandemic took hold, virtual mental health treatment was becoming increasingly popular.

Bulimia and Cancer: What are the Connections?

Bulimia nervosa (BN) is a serious mental health condition that can contribute to a number of consequences on someone’s physical and emotional well-being. And unfortunately, some studies have shown that one of the physical effects of BN is a higher risk of developing esophageal cancer. Research into the connection between the two conditions is still ongoing, and […]

Am I Bulimic? Questions to Ask Yourself 

Run a search for "bulimia test," and you'll get more than 8 million Google results. Should you take one? And what should you do with your score?

Bulimia Hotline Numbers

Bulimia nervosa is a serious disease that can affect every area of a person’s life. In the United States alone, approximately 30 million people have diagnosable eating disorders, and 1.5% of American women have bulimia. (1)