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Updated On: Jul 18, 2022
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Eating Disorder Insights Podcast A series of talks for parents and carers about restrictive eating disorders and how you can support your child through recovery. The talks are designed to increase your understanding and provide non-jargon discussions on how the eating disorder is affecting your child, what you need to do to help them recover and how you can get better at navigating your way to recovery.
New Plates: Eating Disorders and Parents New Plates podcast, meet host Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh as she asks experts from around the world why including parents during eating disorder treatment is important and why it helps improve outcomes.

Details and show notes at: http://www.circummensam.com/new-plates-podcast.html
Eating Disorders: Navigating Recovery Co-hosts Francis Iacobucci (he/him/his) and Catherine Brown (she/her/hers) explore the complexities and profound impacts of eating disorders. With insights from individuals in recovery, mental health professionals, and family members, Eating Disorders: Navigating Recovery helps break the stigma surrounding eating disorders and provides a platform for engagement and connection. The recovery journey is not linear; whether you have struggled with disordered eating for days or years, we are here to help along the way.
Eating Disorder Recovery Speakers When Kristen got out of eating disorder residential treatment for the last time, she noticed a major gap in her care: among her treatment team there was no one saying, “I’ve been there. I get it. My life without my eating disorder is so full. Let me help you get there too.” Eating Disorder Recovery Speakers podcast is a platform for people well into their ED recovery, or who have recovered, to share their stories. Hope and inspiration brought to you by these powerful speakers.
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast Healing your relationship with food, your body and your Self

The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast is a show about the recovery process from eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, as well as disordered eating, emotional eating, dieting, and exercise addiction. The show is for anyone who would like to learn more about the psychology of eating disorders, make peace with food, improve their body image, and live authentically. The podcast explores how eating disorders work psychologically, what the recovery process looks like, and the cultural context of eating disorders. The show blends solo episodes with the host, Dr. Janean Anderson, and experts in the field including authors, speakers, dietitians, and treatment professionals. The Eating Disorder Recovery podcast balances providing information, education, and outreach with personal stories of hope for recovery.

Dr. Janean Anderson is a licensed psychologist in private practice who specializes in treating eating disorders. She is an au
Eating Disorder - Fed Up Recovery Podcast If you're struggling with an eating disorder or are preoccupied by food and body image, Fed Up Recovery is here to support you. Host Kim Truedson, talks about her experience of struggling with an 8+ year eating disorder and how she recovered. Kim also brings her insight of working at an ED recovery center.

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Psychology Of: Stress We hear about stress all the time, often saying and hearing others say, "I'm so stressed", but what is stress? Listen to these top podcasts discussing the psychology of stress, covering topics like the science of stress, where the body holds stress, stress management, and more. Vurbl Wellbeing & Happiness Audio
Dealing With And Overcoming Mental Health Challenges Your mental health influences how you think, feel, and behave in daily life. It also affects your ability to cope with stress, overcome challenges, build relationships, and recover from life’s setbacks and hardships.
I have curated on this playlists some of the best topics on mental health from some of the high-profile,thought-leaders,coaches,and mental health advocates/experts in the field of mental health like Maya Tersigni, Joy Larkin,Ray Brown, Amelia Zachry, Maree Ferguson, Arianna Zabriskie, Lauren Binaris,and others which is radically going to transform your mindset and move you closer to your desired level of mental wellness.
Why not sit back,relax,and grab a glass cup of Chilled juice and listen up!
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Best Mental Health Audio To Listen To Right Now Managing your mental health can be difficult to do on your own, and sometimes you might want help from a friend. While these podcast hosts may not know your name, they understand your struggle and want to help you get through it. They are therapists, mental health advocates, and other people suffering from mental illness who want to talk through and offer insight to people on how they take care of themselves. Includes audio and podcast creators like Dancing With Bipolar, The Positive Professional Podcast, Therapy For Black Girls, The Trauma Therapist, and more. Vurbl Audio Guides to Practicing Mindfulness, Mental Health, Self-Care & More
Best Mental Health Audio Advice To Take Care Of Your Mind Listen in to all the best tips, strategies,true life experiences, and professional advice/insights surrounding mental health here! Featuring clips from The Positive Professional Podcast, Unlocking Us with Brene Brown, The Hilarious World of Depression, and more.
This playlist also includes useful and actionable mental health advice and steps you can take inorder to take back control of your life today.
Go ahead and tune in!
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Best Self-Help Audio on Vurbl Sit back, relax, and listen in on these self-help podcasts. Through guided meditations, herbal recommendations, spa nights, and other meditative methods, learn how to better take care of your mind and body in unique ways. Listen to this wide variety of perspectives to approach self-care from podcasts like The Positive Professional Podcast, The Overwhelmed Brain, and The Chalene Show. Especially in these stressful times, it's important to find moments of peace and mindfulness to maintain a happy and healthy life. Vurbl Audio Guides to Practicing Mindfulness, Mental Health, Self-Care & More
Best of Mental Health Topics Listen to some of the best informative audio moments from Mental Health Professionals and thought leaders. The Positive Professional Podcast
CONFESSION The deepest secret of your heart.

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07/17/22 - Lawrie C. - Canada - ”Working With Others” Part 3 Listen to Lawrie C. share on “Working With Others" page 91 - 92
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SS5 episode #9: Inner childhood trauma Your inner childhood trauma’s can have a lot of impact in your decision making as an adult. In this episode O discuss 4 types of inner childhood trauma’s and what you can do to heal. Want to work with me? Go to iamstuffed.nl. Want to be on the podcast with me? Go to @iamstuffed_com and DM me!
A Valuable Habit to Practice in Eating Disorder Recovery The practice of regular eating is something that can be overlooked in recovery. I often think of it, as the monotonous, unsexy work that feels laborious and effortful. However, it can be an absolute game-changer in transforming your relationship with food; enhancing mood, self-care and overall well-being.
 
In this episode, I explore my definition of regular eating; how to go about it; the impact and benefits; how to handle comments from others such as, 'Are you eating again?' and more.
 
I hope that you enjoy the episode.
Episode 95: Dr. Breese Annable (she/hers) talks shame and healing from an eating disorder, and where diet culture plays a role Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis are excited to welcome Dr. Breese Annable, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, and owner of Living Balance Psychotherapy, a private practice based in Asheville, North Carolina (yes, this is yet another connection through the amazing Carolina Resource Center for Eating Disorders!). Breese specializes in working with clients who also have co-occurring Borderline Personality Disorder, anxiety disorders, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. She is passionate about raising awareness on the damaging effects of diet culture and providing education on weight neutral approaches to health. In this episode, Breese talks about shame, why it's not necessarily a "bad" emotion to feel, and potential antidotes to help manage a typically distressing emotion. When it comes to diet culture, Breese takes an approach that we cannot unlearn what we've been sold our entire lives, so we must learn about diet culture for what it is, and not what we've been told. As she poignantly inquires, "what if there's nothing wrong with you...what if the solution you've been sold is the problem." We were so grateful for her time and energy! CW: eating disorders, diet culture, healing stories, disordered eating
Stopping the Backward Slip into the Eating Disorder Grasp Catching your behaviours and subtle shifts in daily habits, can help prevent a full-blown fall back into an eating disorder.
In this episode, Debbie and Sarah discuss stopping the slip backwards. They compare the tips, tactics and toolkit aids which they’ve used at points in their recovery journey
Hear them discuss the importance of speaking out and seeking support when a historic eating disorder seems to be resurrecting, and tracking which old behaviours might be emerging unexpectedly.
Share your story of ‘the backward slip’ and what’s worked for you by way of prevention. hello@wednesdayschild.co.uk
#101: Stories of Body Positivity with Amy Pershing (Part One) Amy Pershing, LMSW, ACSW, is the Founder of Bodywise, the first binge eating disorder (BED)-specific treatment program in the United States, founded in 1995. She is also the Director of Pershing Consulting, which offers training to clinicians treating BED and trauma around the world.  Amy is the creator of "Hungerwise™," a 9-week program for ending chronic dieting and weight cycling using the Attuned Eating And Movement approach, offered nationally online. Based on over 30 years of clinical experience, Amy has pioneered a treatment approach for BED that is strengths-based, incorporating Internal Family Systems, somatic trauma techniques, Attuned Eating and Movement, and a Health at Every Size philosophy.  Amy lectures internationally and writes extensively on the treatment of BED and her own recovery journey for both professional and lay communities. She has been featured on radio, podcast, and television speaking about BED treatment and recovery, relapse prevention, weight stigma, and attuned eating and movement. She is a founding member and Past Chair of the Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA), and is the winner of BEDA's Pioneer in Clinical Advocacy award. She is the author of the book Binge Eating Disorder: The Journey to Recovery and Beyond (Taylor and Francis, 2018) as well as many articles and chapters about BED treatment and advocacy. Amy maintains her clinical practice in Ann Arbor, MI. We Discuss Topics Including: -How Amy Became an expert on Binge Eating Disorder (BED) -The Importance of learning how to inhabit your body -Body Shame strategies with challenging the narratives -Understanding the fear of carrying shame -Challenging systemic cultural stories -How to make space for all types of people   SHOW NOTES: https://www.thebodywiseprogram.com/ www.center4ED.org (book) Binge Eating Disorder: The Journey to Recovery and Beyond ___________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. Your Recovery Resource, Robyn’s new online course for navigating your loved one’s eating disorder, is available now! For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
#102: Stories of Body Positivity with Amy Pershing (Part Two) Amy Pershing, LMSW, ACSW, is the Founder of Bodywise, the first binge eating disorder (BED)-specific treatment program in the United States, founded in 1995. She is also the Director of Pershing Consulting, which offers training to clinicians treating BED and trauma around the world.  Amy is the creator of "Hungerwise™," a 9-week program for ending chronic dieting and weight cycling using the Attuned Eating And Movement approach, offered nationally online. Based on over 30 years of clinical experience, Amy has pioneered a treatment approach for BED that is strengths-based, incorporating Internal Family Systems, somatic trauma techniques, Attuned Eating and Movement, and a Health at Every Size philosophy.  Amy lectures internationally and writes extensively on the treatment of BED and her own recovery journey for both professional and lay communities. She has been featured on radio, podcast, and television speaking about BED treatment and recovery, relapse prevention, weight stigma, and attuned eating and movement. She is a founding member and Past Chair of the Binge Eating Disorder Association (BEDA), and is the winner of BEDA's Pioneer in Clinical Advocacy award. She is the author of the book Binge Eating Disorder: The Journey to Recovery and Beyond (Taylor and Francis, 2018) as well as many articles and chapters about BED treatment and advocacy. Amy maintains her clinical practice in Ann Arbor, MI. We discuss topics including: How change activates our “yellow alert” The importance to not pathologize our relationship with food Get curious about the eating disorder instead of vilifying it Understanding Internal Family System (IFS) What is the “core self”? What is the “critic”? What is a “fire fighter”? What is the “excile”? SHOW NOTES: https://www.thebodywiseprogram.com/ www.center4ED.org (book) Binge Eating Disorder: The Journey to Recovery and Beyond ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. Your Recovery Resource, Robyn’s new online course for navigating your loved one’s eating disorder, is available now! For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
SS5 episode #7: High Sensitive Personality (HSP) Hi guys, a new episode about hsp and what it means to be this way. I for myself have this way of reacting and only know this since 6 months. It can help with your current ED to understand this. And eventually heal better. Hope this helps ❤️. Follow @iamstuffed_com or go to iamstuffed.nl
SS5 episode #8: Why you will never recover, unless you work on this! Hey guys! Bold statement. I know 😅. As someone that helps out a lot of peeps with their food problems; I see one common problem. Especially for the ED-group. Tap the episode to learn more about yourself! THERE IS A SPECIAL DEAL In this episode as well.Don’t forget to like, share and leave a comment. Want to be on the podcast? Go to iamstuffed.nl and fill in the contactform. Or go to @iamstuffed_com. To work with me fill in the contactform from iamstuffed.nl
The Transformational Power of Yoga in Eating Disorder Recovery with Berenice Mertens Today I’m talking to Berenice Mertens. Berenice is French, 30 years young, and a yoga therapist - specialising in eating disorders. In her studies to become a yoga therapist, she wrote her thesis on Yoga Therapy for eating disorders and she has also developed an 8 week yoga course for the treatment of ED. Berenice understood the incredible benefits of yoga to restore the brain chemicals, digestive system, bone density, joint pain, the nervous system,…(the list goes long) all impacted by eating disorders.  
Berenice recovered from a decade of suffering from eating disorders and yoga felt like the missing piece of the puzzle in her recovery. Yoga made Berenice reconnect to her body in a way that no other physical activity did. It taught her to respect, feel, listen to and take care of her body and soul.   Yoga is absolutely Berenice’s passion and sharing it with people recovering from eating disorders is what makes her jump out of bed with joy every day.   In this episode, Berenice talks openly about her healing journey, the benefits of yoga in eating disorder recovery and how she supports people to heal today.
I hope that you enjoy the conversation and feel inspired that recovery is absolutely possible!
To find out more about Berenice: -
You Tube  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEAfjOvHTnoYlkJ8C9PoI1g
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/eatingdisordersrecoveryjourney/
Instagram @iamberenicemiles
The Recover Clinic (today’s advert) www.therecoverclinic.co.uk/edprogram
Eating Disorder and Body Dysmorphia Recovery with Elle Mace Today, I’m talking to Elle Mace – Coach and Mentor, Intuitive Eating Coach and Nutrition and Weight Management Coach. Elle is also training with the National Centre for Eating Disorders gaining therapeutic skills to support people struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating. Previously, Elle has worked as a personal trainer and aerobics instructor, having a passion for health and fitness.   In the past, Elle struggled with an unhealthy relationship with food and her body, this starting at the tender age of ten years old, when she received unwanted comments about her body.  Clearly, this had a huge impact on Elle’s body image and self-esteem, and she began to starve herself, and then understandably fell into binge eating. Then, over several years, she fell into destructive eating disorder cycles impacting her physical and mental wellbeing.   Fast forward a few years, and Elle decided that ‘enough was enough’. She had to free herself from the food demons and fall back in love with her body and with herself. It wasn’t an easy journey. It took much strength, determination and self-care – and bravely moving away from the seductions of dieting.   I’m pleased to say that today, Elle is in a very different place. She now uses her experience, qualifications and knowledge to help others heal their relationship with food, their bodies and ultimately themselves. She brings much passion and enthusiasm in her work in supporting others, after walking this path herself and knowing that real recovery is possible.   In this episode, Elle talks about her healing journey in eating disorder recovery – through anorexia, binge eating, orthorexia, bulimia and body dysmorphia, spanning 17 years. She considers early possible influences and reflects on first steps in opening up and getting support. Elle then goes onto share the crucial steps that were needed for her healing. This is an episode to inspire hope and motivation for recovery. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.   To find out more about Elle: https://www.ellemace.com/ Instagram: @iamellemace   The Recover Clinic (today’s advert) www.therecoverclinic.co.uk/edprogram
07/10/22 - Kecia L. - New York - ”Working With Others” Part 2 Listen to Kecia L. share on “Working With Others" page 90 - 91.
If you would like to join us live, we meet every Sunday from 10:00 - 11:30 EST
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07/03/22 - Laura W. - Pennsylvania -”Working with Others” Part 1 Listen to Laura W. share on “Working With Others" page 89.
If you would like to join us live, we meet every Sunday from 10:00 - 11:30 EST
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Arab Representation & Community with Ricardo Karam of TAKREEM In this episode, MEEDA's VP Carine El Khazen receives Ricardo Karam. Mr Karam is a talk-show host, public speaker, writer and advocate of promoting Arab achievement and social causes.  In 2010, Mr Karam decided to take storytelling to the next level and use it as a means of creating impact. He created TAKREEM Foundation, which aims to honor Arab accomplishments and bring Arab achievers to the forefront of the global stage.With Carine, Mr Karam discusses about:- Changing the perception of Arabs worldwide and giving hope to young Arabs through various initiatives and excellent storytelling- The importance of using our voices and our platforms to do good- The stigma of mental health in the Middle East & why sharing our struggles is collective therapy- The role of media in creating more mental health awareness - What we need to support ED patients in the Middle East- The importance of community and continuous learning in wellbeingFind Ricardo Karam on Facebook, Instagram, Linkedin via https://ricardokaram.com/Please reach out with your questions, suggestions and feedback via media@meeda.meFor your free 15 mins assessment, please visit www.meeda.me
The good, the bad and the ugly of eating disorder treatment units and services What would your ideal ‘fantasy eating disorder recovery facility’ look like?
Faced with a stay in a treatment unit, is it the manner of the people which matters most, the ability to open a window (for goodness sake!), the music that’s played during mealtimes, or the devotion and dedication with which issues around careers and future ambitions are discussed with you as you recover?
In this episode, Sarah and Debbie explore some of the factors that a ‘good’ recovery unit needs to incorporate, and they share their experiences of being ‘inpatient’.
This episode is also a call to arms for you to get in touch with what you feel is the necessary component of a great centre or service, and to ask you to tell us about the centres you’ve been admitted to, or indeed, those that you work for.
Email hello@wednesdayschild.co.uk
Bulimia Recovery - Yes, it’s Possible, Even After 23 years! With Eva (Reverse Bulimia with Eva) Today I’m talking to Eva – an artist, intersectional feminist and a Parisian working mother of three teenagers. Eva is 41 years old and has been struggling with bulimia for 23 years, for most of her adult life. She has tried every possible method to seek recovery, from science-based approaches to the more obscure, but remained stuck for a very long time, in destructive cycles of bulimia. Around 18 months ago, Eva discovered some coaching tools mainly inspired by Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, plus adding in her own somatic tools in the recovery process. This subsequently led her to a breakthrough in her healing journey towards freedom from the eating disorder. 
Today, Eva is passionate about supporting others in bulimia recovery. She believes in a transdiagnostic approach and she treats each person as unique in their experience and story, in her coaching work, drawing on evidence based research in neuroscience and psychology. Eva supports her clients alongside therapists and doctors. And she truly believes that coaching is complementary to this process and offers such a powerful tool to help people become empowered in their recovery and take back their lives. In this episode, Eva talks about her recovery journey describing in detail, the tools that have helped and hindered. This is an inspiring conversation to offer hope for anyone who is struggling with an eating disorder and to know that recovery is possible. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.

 To find out more about Eva: - Instagram: @reverse_bulimia_with_eva
06/26/22 - Janey Be. - Iowa - ”Into Action” Part 14 Listen to Janey Be. share on “Into Action" page 87 - 88.
If you would like to join us live, we meet every Sunday from 10:00 - 11:30 EST
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#100: Recovery at Any Age with Betsy Brenner Betsy Brenner is a long time tennis coach, and retired hospital attorney. Betsy’s inspiring message is that it is never too late to a work in progress. Betsy is an eating disorder recovery speaker, advocate and peer support mentor. She is the author of the book “The Longest Match: Rallying to Defeat and Eating Disorder in Midlife”. We discuss topics including: Being diagnosed with an eating disorder in her 40’s Recovery being a choice and it wasn’t her fault for developing an eating disorder What triggered an eating disorder in midlife? It’s never too late to work on past trauma ________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
SS5 episode #6: GROOMING & WEIGHTWATCHERS Heads-up/disclaimer: this episode has content about grooming. If you are vunerable for this type of content. Pleasee skip the episode ❤️. Rebecca was so kind to let me interview her about her eating disorder recovery journey 🙏🏻. She talks about the binge/restrict cycle. Dieting at an early age and how grooming impacted her. I hope this episode helps out someone ❤️. Go to @iamstuffed_com for more eating disorder content. Want to work with me? Go to iamstuffed.nl
Episode 94: Ari Pence (she/her), Family Medicine Physician, talks destigmatizing disordered eating and body image in healthcare Hi Navigators! Today, Catherine and Francis welcome Ari Pence to the podcast. Ari is a Family Medicine Physician, practicing full-spectrum family medicine, including obstetrical and delivery care. She is passionate about destigmatizing and providing excellent for patients struggling with eating disorders, prenatal and postpartum mood disorders, or addiction. She also has completed advanced training in Integrative Medicine through the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine. In this episode, Ari dissects how language, active listening, and provider education are critical means to closing the gap and stigma many patients with eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image concerns experience when visiting a medical provider. She outlines how physicians can more effectively talk about body image and disordered eating with patients, starting with creating an accountable space to address these topics, particularly with adolescents, and includes asking for consent to even begin the conversation. On the topic of weight, Dr. Pence argues that it is on the healthcare provider – not the patient – to address weight stigma and offer a space where weighing someone doesn’t necessarily have to happen (there are certain circumstances where it may be needed). Ari brings a fresh, patient-centered perspective to medical practice, and speaks with passion, intellect, and care. We are so grateful for her time and energy – it was such a pleasure!
Navigating health as the Elder Woman, and Ditching the Weighing Scales for Good, with Debra Benfield Today I’m talking to Debra Benfield - a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RDN), as well as a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor with over 30 years of experience in the field.  Debra is the founder and owner of Body in Mind Nutrition, based in North Carolina, USA. She is passionate about the prevention and treatment of disordered eating and eating disorders and supporting people in feeling at peace with food, eating, and their bodies.
Debra is also a Registered Yoga Teacher, Certified in Curvy Yoga, Accessible Yoga, and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga and has some Prescence-Based Coaching experience, which she integrates into her work.
Debra has discovered the transformative power of somatic practices and yoga along with embodied and intuitive eating principles. With a focus on trauma-informed care and nourishing your inner child, she offers individual and family nutritional therapy, as well as group programs, workshops and retreats.
When entering her 60s, 3 years ago, Debra started researching best practices for ageing with vitality and ease. Sadly, there was precious little out there which didn’t focus on striving for maintenance of a youthful appearance, and of course controlling weight. This inspired Debra to create something different and she is now developing a new program for Pro-Aging without this detrimental focus.
 
In this episode today, we explore the fantastic work Debra is doing in helping people heal and to develop a healthy relationship with food, their bodies and themselves, with a particular focus on the ‘elder woman’ (over 55), and stepping into this place with empowerment and wisdom. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.
 
To find out more about Debra: -
Website: www.debrabenfield.com
Instagram @dlbenfieldrdn
This episode is brought to you by the National Centre for Eating Disorders (NCFED) - 0845 838 2040; www.eating-disorders.org.uk
SS5 episode #5: why wont I treat myself? You have difficulties spending money on yourself. You postpone it as much as possible. Maybe you buy great gifts for others, but you? Nope! Find out why this happens and what you can do. Go to iamstuffed_com or iamstuffed.nl and share your story!
Exercise & Movement in Eating Disorder Recovery - is it Compulsive? When in eating disorder recovery, how do you tell whether the movement and exercise you are or want to engage in is still compulsive?
This is a dilemma that many people face when in recovery... how do I know if it is ok to move or exercise?  How do I know if I am 'recovered enough'?
Have a listen to find out more!
www.recoveringnomad.com
#99: Recovered Living with Kristie Amadio Kristie developed an eating disorder in her teenage years, competing on the world stage as an elite athlete. She sought treatment in Australia and New Zealand where she became 'functional' in life, but still had constant thoughts about food and body image in her mind. She relapsed again 9 years later and was this time told that she was chronic and should expect to have to 'manage' her eating disorder for the rest of her life. Not satisfied with this, Kristie researched treatment options and travelled to California to attend treatment at Monte Nido. Immediately stunned by the quality of the program and expertise of the staff she made a wild promise to herself that if she ever recovered, she would set up a residential treatment centre in New Zealand so that others would have access to this level and quality of support. Firstly, Kristie set up Recovered Living in the USA which provides online and live-in support to people in recovery. Her team of Recovery Coaches are all fully recovered and endlessly dedicated to supporting others to do the same. Kristie was invited to present at the 2018 TEDx event in New Zealand. Since that time she has been driven to create a charitable residential treatment centre in New Zealand, that operates on a not-for-profit basis. Recovered Living NZ is on track to open its doors in 2022 with a 6 bed residential and a 6 place day program. We discuss topics including: Wanting to start a nonprofit eating disorder treatment center in NZ Recovered Living USA and Recovered Living NZ Her experience at other treatment centers Making treatment affordable How the life skills piece at treatment was very helpful towards her recovery and how she will incorporate that into her treatment center ______________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
06/19/22 - TC - Virginia - ”Into Action” Part 13 Listen to TC  share on “Into Action" page 86 - 87.
If you would like to join us live, we meet every Sunday from 10:00 - 11:30 EST
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How Emotional Eating Impacts our Hormones, with Emotional Eating, Digestive and Hormone Expert, Amber Romaniuk Today I’m speaking to Amber Romaniuk who is a returning guest to the Eating Disorder Therapist Podcast. Amber is an Emotional Eating, Digestive and Hormone Expert who helps professional women achieve optimal health through mindful eating, self-care and overcoming self-sabotage with food. Her podcast “The No Sugarcoating Podcast” has a million downloads, over 300 episodes and is listened to, in over 88 countries. She was featured on TV Personality Whitney Port’s podcast and has also appeared on local TV 50 times in the last three years alone. Amber overcame her own emotional eating, after gaining and losing more than 1000 lbs and spending over $50,000 on binge foods and spending 5 years balancing her hormones and digestion. Now she helps others achieve Body Freedom™ so they have the confidence and health to create amazing lives. If you want to hear Amber’s recovery story, do listen to her previous episode on this podcast. The link is in the show notes below. In this episode, Amber explores how emotional eating impacts our hormones. She shares a wealth of information around hormones and stress, the impact on the thyroid, and the reproductive and digestive systems. Amber also talks about mindset changes, setting boundaries, forming healthy habits and self-love, as all fundamental tools in this process. This is a fascinating episode which will empower and educate you to think about emotional eating in a whole new way. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.   To find out more about Amber: - Website: https://amberapproved.ca/ The No Sugarcoating Podcast: https://amberapproved.ca/podcast/g Instagram: @amberromaniuk Amber’s earlier episode on the podcast: -https://harrietfrew.podbean.com/e/overcoming-emotional-eating-healing-the-gut-the-seduction-of-weight-loss-and-self-care-with-amber-romaniuk/ The Recover Clinic (today’s advert) therecoverclinic.co.uk/edprogram
Shame and body dysmorphia in the Gulf region with Daloo3a Series In this episode, MEEDA discusses women's mental health with Nadia Al Sayed. Nadia Al-Sayed is a British-Kuwaiti-Palestinian anthropologist and cultural consultant. Born and raised in North London, she spent her teenage years in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. She currently lives between London and Kuwait. Nadia recently founded ‘Daloo3a series’, a platform to discuss issues and affairs that affect women of the SWANA region, their diasporas and beyond, and raise the literacy women have on their bodies, mental health and more. Together, they discuss 3aib/shame, body image, body dysmorphia, Toxic beliefs about beauty and health and the pressure to be body positive.To find out more about Daloo3a, please follow @daloo3aseries on InstagramPlease reach out with your questions, suggestions and feedback via media@meeda.meFor your free 15 mins assessment, please visit www.meeda.me
Eating Disorders in Pregnancy and Beyond – A Special Episode to Coincide with Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week To mark this year’s Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week, this episode sees Debbie and Abi discussing the Wednesday’s Child perinatal offering, and looks at what we’ve learned about the state of the nation in respect of eating disorders and maternal health.
Abi, our Perinatal Lead, has talked previously about her own battle with an eating disorder during pregnancy, and about the difficulty in getting healthcare professionals to truly understand and empathise with her food and exercise relationship during that challenging time.

Throughout the last year, we’ve worked hard to build up all kinds of education resources, training scope, and support provisions, to ensure more women feel understood and well heard, when it comes to dealing with a resurgence of an eating disorder, the unexpected onset of an eating disorder during pregnancy, or issues once a child is born.
We’ve now conducted training for dozens of midwifery and health visitor organisations and we continue to explore new and innovative ways to make sure we’re supporting not only the mothers affected, but partners, siblings and others in the care community.
If you’re interested in sharing your story, or you’d like to know about being a perinatal befriender or contributing to our work, do contact us on perinatal@wednesdayschild.co.uk

Find out more about Wednesday's Child at https://wednesdayschild.co.uk/
An Eating Disorder Recovery Story – A Journey Toward True Healing This latest podcast episode sees Debbie and Sarah chat with Sarah B, who first experienced an eating disorder in her teens, and then spiralled into a relapse in adult life.
She used lockdown and the love and support of her parents to get herself into true committed recovery during 2020, and has now managed not only to find her dream role in the career of teaching, but has bought her own house, and is in a healthy, happy and loving relationship as she continues her path toward a life without any trace of an eating disorder.
You’ll also hear Debbie remind the listening community of our continued need for befrienders, so do please get in touch if you can help. Our email, as ever, is hello@wednesdayschild.co.uk
Find out more about Wednesday's Child at https://wednesdayschild.co.uk/
Back to Work, Back to Life, Back to Me….Identity, Purpose and Focus in Eating Disorder Recovery Are you at a point in recovery where you’re thinking about returning to your professional role?
Perhaps you realise you’re better suited to a new career path?
Maybe you’re going back into education, or just recognising that your new lifestyle should be a whole lot less structured and demand-heavy?
In this episode, Debbie and Sarah pick up on an email to Wednesday’s Child about how to revisit a CV and get back into a professional role – even with a hiatus on your career record while you were in treatment or getting well.
We look at how things worked out through the personal experiences of Debbie and Sarah, and we discuss the importance of doing whatever allows you to be your authentic self – not what your family, friends, or E/D tell you is right for you after treatment or in recovery.
As ever, we’d love your personal stories on this topic, so do check us out on social or email hello@wednesdayschild.co.uk
Find out more about Wednesday's Child at https://wednesdayschild.co.uk/
‘All In’ as a Route to Eating Disorder Recovery – A Personal Experience & Interpretation When you hear the expression ‘all in’ thrown around in the eating disorders recovery community, what does it mean to you?
Do you think of it as a form of refeeding which solely pivots on multiple takeaways and consuming every kind of ‘challenge’ or ‘fear’ food which had previously kept you stuck?
Perhaps you think about it more as a way of ‘leaping in’ and embracing recovery more fully, determining to move away from any plan or regime which you no longer feel serves you.
In this episode, Debbie chats to Pippa – a previous podcast guest – as she tells us her experience of going ‘all in’.
She talks about recognising when restriction was still in her mindset, and when she learned that her body was respecting her nutritional decisions and trusting her more completely.
Do share your comments if you’ve also tried all in and have a different interpretation.
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Living Life as a Healthy Globe Trotter….Recovery From an Eating Disorder Makes ‘Real Life’ Possible This is the first episode Debbie and Sarah have captured in different timezones, while being thousands of miles apart – but it’s a goodie, and with lots of personal insight from Sarah.
Debbie and Sarah chat about how Sarah’s full recovery has now made it possible for her to be away with work in Dubai, leading in a really demanding professional role, and never once being sidelined by food angst or relentless ED fatigue.
If you need a little motivation to keep reminding yourself what’s possible when you truly push through and embrace recovery, then this is one of those helpful episodes which puts you into the right mindset for success.
You’ll also hear Debbie and Sarah chat a little about the new regulations to ensure healthcare professionals are better informed about eating disorders.
Please do get in touch with your thoughts on the conversation, and with anything else you’re keen to have us chat about.
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Summer Nonsense, the comparison trap, and why you’ll never ever live a good life with an eating disorder in tow After a slightly longer break than normal, Sarah and Debbie are back.
In a relatively free-form episode, our hosts discuss the maddening nonsense of summertime ‘diet dialogue’, the curse of getting drawn into body and lifestyle comparisons, and how to really start focusing on how great life could and will be, when your eating disorder is no longer in tow.
Sarah and Debbie throw in their usual examples and experiences of how they’ve battled the infuriating E/D soundtrack, in order to find their rightful freedom from the illness.
Hear Sarah share about her ‘bucket list’ Paris ‘all the carbs’ weekend, and reflections on why food shared with friends and family is often a two-way form of love and affection (much like getting a dishcloth for Christmas and pretending to be grateful!*).
*Listen to the full episode and you’ll get the reference 😉
#92: Eating Disorders and Diabetes with Chelsea Levy Chelsea Levy is committed to utilizing Health at Every Size® (HAES®) principles in her approach to nutrition therapy. She works with individuals struggling with disordered eating and eating disorders, with a focus on weight-inclusive medical nutrition therapy, body image healing, and Intuitive Eating. Chelsea also has special interests in treating individuals with diabetes, in larger-bodies, and who identify as transgender or non-binary. She believes it is vital to provide care relevant to an individual’s culture, ethnicity and overall identities. Chelsea hosts a collaborative space for the exploration of food and body healing through creativity and compassion. We discussed the following topics: -What is weight inclusive diabetes mellitus care? -There are many factors  that contribute to a diagnosis and that impact blood glucose levels -Learning to develop a safe space with being able to advocate for oneself -Understanding that it is not your fault ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
#94: Exercise Resistance, Consciousness Studies and Overeating with Francie White (part 2) Francie White infuses philosophies of consciousness, creativity, mythology, archetypal psychology into her four decade history treating all types of eating, exercise and body image problems. She has written and taught extensively on the 5 types of overeating and her naming and treatment of exercise resistance syndrome. Although she is retired from her masters level dietitian nutritionist practice, where she owned day treatment centers, she recently completed her PhD in philosophy. Her newest work brings recent discoveries in neuroscience, consciousness and cosmology in search of a new paradigm of meaning, awe and wonder into daily life. She uses the new science discoveries about consciousness to expand theories on eating disorder recovery to include a wider lens through which to view the psyche.  We discuss topics including: What are consciousness studies? Consciousness studies, eating disorders and body image What is “overeating”? And the five types of overeating A person needs to be at a certain place in their recovery to discuss consciousness studies ________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
#95: DBT and The Treatment of Eating Disorders with Tammy Baghdassarian Tammy Baghdassarian is the Executive Director and co-founder of Keystone Treatment in Los Angeles. Keystone specializes in treating eating disorders, disordered eating, and mental health utilizing an intuitive eating philosophy and evidence based approaches including dialectical behavioral therapy. Keystone is recognized for being a highly individualized program that can work with clients to stop the cycle of going in and out of treatment. Tammy obtained her degree from Vanguard University. She has been comprehensively trained in DBT by Dr. Charles Swenson and Dr. Alan Fruzetti. Prior to opening Keystone Treatment, Tammy had worked in the eating disorder and mental health field for the last 12 years. She was Operations Director and Special Projects Coordinator at The Bella Vita; developing and licensing residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient programs as well as coordinating website design, content management, and events. After leaving The Bella Vita in 2013, she went on to consult at multiple programs in the area working on program development and licensing. It was during that time she realized that if there was going to be change brought to the eating disorder field, a new approach and program was necessary.  She has also worked at Clearview Treatment where she developed their managed care program and assisted in developing the program and curriculum. Tammy trained clinicians and staff on working with insurance companies, utilization review, and developed protocols for ensuring clients were at the lowest level of care possible. She also led the charge for getting Joint Commission accreditation prior to leaving and beginning Keystone Treatment. We discuss topics including: What is DBT? Who is DBT for? The four modules of DBT The difference between CBT and DBT Understanding RO-DBT SHOW NOTES: https://www.instagram.com/keystonetreatmentla/ www.keystonetc.com ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. Your Recovery Resource, Robyn’s new online course for navigating your loved one’s eating disorder, is available now! For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
#96: Black Women and Eating Disorders with Carolyn Ross Carolyn Coker Ross MD, MPH, CEDS-S is an expert in eating disorders and addictions. She is board certified in PreventiveMedicine and in Addiction Medicine and is a graduate of Dr.  Andrew Weil’s fellowship in Integrative Medicine. She is the author of three books, the most recent of which is The Food Addiction Recovery Workbook. Dr. Ross is the CEO of The Anchor Program™, an online coaching program for food and body image issues. Dr. Ross also gave a TEDxPleasantGrove talk on “Historical and Intergenerational Trauma. She is a contributing author of Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician’s Guide. We discuss topics including: Eating Disorder and Trauma Race Based Trauma Cultural Humility What are microagressions? Educating yourself Exploring our own biases SHOW NOTES: www.AnchorProgram.com www.carolynrossmd.com TEDxPleasantGrove:  https://youtu.be/ljdFLCc3RtM Antiracism Consulting:  antiracismandequity.com The Food Addiction Recovery Workbook: https://amzn.to/2HX0JSe The Emotional Eating Workbook: https://amzn.to/3jRHWoT The Binge Eating and Compulsive Overeating Workbook: https://amzn.to/2JrRj1P ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
#98: Being an Eating Disorder Nurse Practitioner and Registered Dietitian with Robyn Kievit Kirkman Robyn Kievit Kirkman is a dietitian and nurse practitioner with a private practice in Boston and Concord, MA. Her practice is focused on eating disorders and related psychopharmacology. She is further certified as a CEDRD through IAEDP. We discussed: Psychopharmacology and eating disorders Focus on your speciality and how to develop confidence with complex cases Learning ways to ask questions and ways to not ask questions Having Patience   Show Notes: www.robynkievit.com https://instagram.com/TheNPRD ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
#93: Exercise Resistance, Consciousness Studies and Overeating with Francie White (part 1) Francie White infuses philosophies of consciousness, creativity, mythology, archetypal psychology into her four decade history treating all types of eating, exercise and body image problems. She has written and taught extensively on the 5 types of overeating and her naming and treatment of exercise resistance syndrome. Although she is retired from her masters level dietitian nutritionist practice, where she owned day treatment centers, she recently completed her PhD in philosophy. Her newest work brings recent discoveries in neuroscience, consciousness and cosmology in search of a new paradigm of meaning, awe and wonder into daily life. She uses the new science discoveries about consciousness to expand theories on eating disorder recovery to include a wider lens through which to view the psyche.  We discuss topics including: IS Exercise resistance a syndrome? What the word “exercise” brings up to you? Overeating is a symptom of something deeper The protective “she-wolf” and what is archetypal? Owning your resistance ____________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
#97: Spirituality and Eating Disorder Recovery with Eve Lahijani Eve Lahijani is the owner of Vitamineve Inc. where she helps people from all over the world heal their relationship with food. She has a TEDx talk entitled Trust Your Hunger and Make Peace with food. Eve specializes in helping people heal their relationship with food and ultimately with themselves. She is proud to help her clients learn to eat and live in alignment with their souls one bite and one step at a time. We discuss topics including: Learn how to listen to your body Learning how to connect to your soul Learn how to dare and fell Showing up That it is ok to be silent   SHOW NOTES: www.vitamineve.com https://instagram.com/vitamin.eve ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
Eating Disorder Recovery, No More Good and Bad Foods and Finding Body Acceptance with Brittany Frino (Actively You) Today, I’m talking to Brittany Frino, founder of Actively You, and all the way from Brisbane, Australia. Britt is a personal trainer; business owner and body image expert. She is passionate about supporting women to enjoy exercise, have a healthy relationship with food and to embrace their bodies. She is a dog lover and has two corgis. She used to hate exercise with a passion.

Britt formed Actively You in 2017 after her own life was transformed through changing her relationship with food and exercise.  Britt used to lean towards restrictive dieting and an ‘all or nothing’ relationship with eating and movement. This had severe consequences for her physical and mental health.

In the podcast today, Britt shares the ups and downs of her story, along with her transformative tips and strategies to finding peace with food and much greater body acceptance. She delivers some inspiring tips that you can put into practice today, to bring about change. If you struggle with perfectionism or negative body thoughts, this is an episode for you. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.

To find out more about Britt: -

https://www.activelyyou.com.au/

Instagram: @activelyyou_  

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My new Instagram I have started a new Instagram account: @theeatingdisordertherapist_ as my old one has been hacked. Please do follow and share.
06/12/22 - Hailee S. - Minnesota - ”Into Action” Part 12 Listen to Hailee S. share on “Into Action" page 85 - 86
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Project Manage Your Eating Disorder Recovery This is an episode for anyone with a business, strategic or systematic type of brain...
Eating disorder recovery is probably the most important thing you will do in your life and it is a full time project (or should be to be successful).  Therefore, treat it as such and apply the tools of project management to keep your recovery on top!!
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SS5 episode #4: When you are feeling lost during recovery… Follow the podcast and @iamstuffed_com on Instagram ❤️. This episode is all about feeling lost and going out of that state.
Not a Podcast Episode - About my Instagram Hello. Thank you for listening and supporting this podcast.
This is not a podcast episode today.
I am letting you know that my Instagram account @the_eating_disorder
_therapist has been hacked. If you receive a DM from this account, please do not open it.
My new account is @theeatingdisordertherapist_
 
Please do follow me and pass this on to others who may benefit. Thank you for all your support.
SS5 episode #3: fake it until you make it part 2 Part 2: fake it until you make it. Follow me on @iamstuffed_com or work with me through iamstuffed.nl and fill in the contactform.
06/05/22 - Lori H. - Florida - ”Into Action” Part 11 Listen to Lori H. share on “Into Action" page 85
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05/15/22 - Nance S. - The Villages, FL - ”Into Action” Part 8 Listen to Nance S. share on “Into Action" page 83 - 84
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05/29/22 - A.J. - Richmond, Rhode Island - ”Into Action” Part 10 Listen to A.J.  share on “Into Action" page 84 - 85
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05/01/22 - Nilda N. - Camden, NJ - ”Into Action” Part 6 Listen to Nilda N. share on “Into Action" page 80 -81
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5/8/22 - Rachel W. - Ashville, NC - ”Into Action” Part 7 Listen to Rachel W. share on “Into Action" page 81 - 83
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05/22/22 - Daisy B. - San Francisco, CA - ”Into Action” Part 9 Listen to Daisy B share on “Into Action" page 84
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Episode 93: Domenica Feraud (she/her) is an actor, writer, and first-generation Ecuadorian sharing her experience with disordered eating Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis are excited to welcome Domenica Feraud, a first-generation Ecuadorian writer and actor from New York City, on the podcast to share her journey with disordered eating, body image dissatisfaction, and recovery. Pieces of that journey made its way into a play she wrote -- titled RINSE, REPEAT -- focusing on a family's experience after the daughter returns home from inpatient treatment. RINSE, REPEAT, which Domenica also starred in, premiered at the Signature Theatre in 2019 and was a New York Times Critic's Pick. Through her writing and her own lived experience, Domenica shares the experience of an immigrant trying to assimilate to unrealistic body standards of the United States, how misogyny teaches people to perceive women as "too much", and how her own mother continues to grow and change as Domenica's recovery continues. Currently, she is working on a collection of essays unpacking the role that popular culture plays in our conditioning. It was truly wonderful having this brilliant, vulnerable person on the podcast, and we hope you find connection as we did!CW: eating disorders, eating disorder behaviors, conversations about race and gender, body image perception and dissatisfaction, food, weight, misogyny, diet culture, predation
Eating Disorder Recovery, Hospital Admissions, Exposure Therapy and Nutrition, with Jake Biggs Today, I’m talking to Jake Biggs, a nutritional medicine practitioner, nutrition coach and corporate nutrition speaker from Sydney, Australia. Jake developed severe anorexia nervosa at 14 years old, and then over 13 years, he experienced 20 hospitalisations and borderline fatal death. Throughout this time in his life, he encountered first-hand, the devastating impact of anorexia nervosa on his mental and physical health and what happens, when the human body is deprived of quality nutrition. Jake describes his previous relationship with food as ‘abysmal’.
Jake had a turning point in his recovery, being exhausted with the never-ending cycle of hospitalisations, he decided to focus on moving away from the illness, and towards different goals and dreams. Exposure therapy – which he will be talking about more in this episode, was an integral part of this. If this didn’t all seem enough to contend with, Jake then developed a Grade 3 Frontal Lobe Astrocytoma brain tumour. This required an urgent brain operation and subsequent radiotherapy treatment, where he lost all his hair and had extremely poor energy, mental clarity and tiredness.
After this, Jake’s career goal was to educate himself on using nutrition as medicine for the human body. Despite suffering from multiple seizures, he soldiered on and completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition & Dietetic Medicine degree) in September 2021 graduating with DUX Honours. It is now Jake’s life mission to assist individuals to restore, rebalance and reinvigorate their health by using evidence-based medicine principles for long term longevity.   This is a truly inspiring conversation and demonstrates the hope and possibility for recovery for anyone who has experienced an eating disorder or other health condition. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.
To find out more about Jake: -
Website: https://nutritionlongevity.wixsite.com/yourhealth
Facebook and Instagram: @nutritionlongevity
Embracing Intuitive Eating Principles in Eating Disorder Recovery, with Cassie Barnard (Embody Health London) Today I’m talking to Cassie Barnard from Embody Health, London. Cassie is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor passionate about health, nutrition and living a full life! She embraces a positive, non-judgemental attitude in her work with clients and is curious to understand your life journey. Cassie combines her unique education and training in nutrition, mindfulness and behaviour change to help clients effectively implement powerful and practical tools to cultivate self-kindness and body acceptance.  Growing up in sunny Perth, Western Australia, she has a down to earth attitude, and a kind and caring nature, making anyone feel at ease. Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council, Cassie obtained a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics from Edith Cowan University. She also holds a Diploma in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counsellor, Certified Pilates Instructor and is a Monash University Certified FODMAP clinician.
 
Before establishing Embody Health London, Cassie worked as the Lead Dietitian at a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS), supporting patients with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and Other Specified Feeding and Eating Disorders (OSFED).  In this episode, Cassie talks about all things Intuitive eating, including when to start this in eating disorder recovery, which Intuitive Eating Principles you can begin with and practical strategies to put these into practice.  She talks about the common pitfalls which people face when experimenting with Intuitive Eating and also explains some of the key research in this area.
Cassie has genuine warmth and empathy, with an infectious passion for supporting people with eating difficulties, which radiates through this conversation. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
To find out more about Cassie and Embody Health London: -
https://embodyhealthlondon.com/
Instagram: @cassiebarnard_dietian; @embodyhealthlondon_
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How to Counter your Inner Critic through Self-Compassion, in Eating Disorder Recovery If you have an eating disorder, you likely have a strong inner critic. 'You're not good enough'. 'You've failed again'. 'Why can't you get anything right?' As much as this critic judges and berates, making life distinctly challenging, it probably feels safe and known to you. You might even fear being without it, as you worry that you might lose purpose and motivation. Offering yourself compassion may feel fluffy and counter-productive. You may expect yourself to 'just get on with it', and to not attend to your inner feelings and vulnerabilities. But the research shows that these fears are unfounded. By becoming more self-compassionate, this can set the stage for better health, relationships, and general well-being. And self-compassion yields a number of benefits including lowering levels of anxiety and depression, raising self-esteem and building better body image. What's not to like? So if you're feeling skeptical about self-compassion but interested to dip your toe into the water, this episode is one for you. It references work by Kristen Neff, Paul Gilbert and Ken Goss. I hope that you find it helpful.
Finding your Identity in Eating Disorder Recovery An eating disorder can rob you of your identity, with work, friendships, travel, hobbies all blurring into insignificance, as food takes centre stage. It can feel scary to let go of what is known. You might feel safe in your identity around the eating disorder. You may have no clue about who you are without it. This episode explores baby steps to rebuild your identity with some practical exercises. It gives hope and inspiration for a more enriching life in line with your values. It gives you permission to engage with your dreams. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
How to Manage your Environment in Diet Culture, to Improve Body Image Have you considered how much your environment may be impacting your relationship with food and your body? Family members, work colleagues, social media, TV, health professionals, teachers, the fitness industry, to name a few. But how much are all of these impacting your body image? We often don’t stop to consider the impact of our social environment. And hopefully, some of these external influences are positive. But it is likely that many are having a negative impact too. And particularly on your body image. It’s very helpful to become more mindful of your surroundings so that you can consciously consider the people, social media and other messages that could be powerfully influencing you. You can then set boundaries and decide how you can protect your body image and mental health better. This episode talks you through doing this. I hope that you find it helpful! Resources: Book: 'Perfectly Imperfect – compassionate strategies to cultivate a positive body image', by Amy Harman This episode is brought to you by the National Centre for Eating Disorders (NCFED) - 0845 838 2040; www.eating-disorders.org.uk.
7 Tips to Improve your Body Image, as the Sun Shines Today, it's one of my favourite topics!
I’m going to share my seven tips to help you massively improve your body image. 
We know from research that poor body image is linked frequently to depression, anxiety, eating disorders, low self-esteem and poorer levels of mental health. Poor body image is massively problematic for wellbeing.
And summer can be a challenging time, as the sun shines and limbs are exposed and bodies are on show. It can sadly create much angst and social isolation.
This episode will give you practical tools to feel inspired and work on your thinking and behaviours to improve your body image significantly.
I hope that you enjoy it and feel inspired by these tips!
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Rewire Faster in Eating Disorder Recovery By Using Positivity! In eating disorder recovery, it is crucial to rewire your brain so that the new habits of eating without restriction and not compensating for eating in any way become hard wired in and take little or no conscious effort in future.
One way to help rewire faster is by using positivity when you are in recovery!  Find out more in this episode.
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Unrestricted Eating Is For Life, Not Just Recovery! When you have an eating disorder, it can be a case that you are scared to get recovered because you fear that when you are 'recovered' you will have to restrict your intake again (this fear is often a result of traditional treatment approaches).
This episode is to reassure anyone who needs to hear it that unrestricted eating is not just for recovery... it is for life!
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How Restriciton in Eating Disorder Recovery can Manifest When in eating disorder recovery, one of the key areas to focus on is overcoming all the restriction in the how, what, where and when you eat, digging out any sneaky ways the eating disorder might be trying to keep a hold on you.
In recovery, you can be eating so so so much more food and appearing to the world to be winning at recovery but actually still restricting.  In this episode I discuss several ways in which restriction can manifest in eating disorder recovery.
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An Eating Disorder is like a Spin Doctor in Your Brain! One thing is true.
Eating disorders are manipulative and they lie.  They twist the reality of the person who has the illness and make them believe things or see things that are just not true or valid.
But they are persuasive and believable.
This episode is all about just how eating disorders behave like spin doctors in your brain.
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Top Tips to Overcome Restriction in Eating Disorder Recovery Following on from an earlier episode about how restriction can sneakily manifest in eating disorder recovery, this episode includes lots of practical tips in how to overcome the restriction that is lingering in your life.
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Loneliness, Eating Disorders & Recovery - My Experiences For Mental Health Awareness Week 2022, the topic is loneliness.  Therefore, I have made an episode about my experiences of loneliness both when I had an eating disorder and in recovery.
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What are Eating Disorders beyond ’Fear of Weight Gain’? Today, eating disorders are often explained in very simple terms as a 'fear of weight gain': a definition used to explain every symptom, behaviour and experience.  However, is this really an adequate definition?
In this episode I discuss how I understand eating disorders, in a not so over simplified way!
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Use Fear FOR Your Eating Disorder Recovery! We talk about fear a lot with eating disorders because the illness generates intense and powerful fear reactions when you try to eat more, rest more, face weight gain and those fears have to be faced in the process.  But we don't often talk about using fear FOR recovery and that is the topic of this episode!
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Use Dopamine to Motivate Your Eating Disorder Recovery Most people have heard of dopamine as a brain chemical that rewards us for things that occur in our lives (things we do, see, taste etc)...
But dopamine is also an important brain chemical in motivating us towards goals that are difficult.
This episode is about how to use what we know about dopamine to help motivate you in eating disorder recovery.
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Supporting a Loved One in Eating Disorder Recovery Eating disorder recovery is tough on the person going through it but it is also incredibly difficult for those who are supporting a loved one in eating disorder recovery.  Knowing what to do or not do can be a minefield and it's especially challenging when your loved one with the eating disorder is an adult.
This episode provides tips on how to support a loved one in eating disorder recovery.
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Welcome to the Survivor Coalition Joy and Adam, along with guests Maddy and Hanna, lay out a road map for a survivor advocacy coalition and talk about what they have planned for the community and how we as survivors can achieve a seat at the table where decisions are being made about our future, health, and treatment.
The Eugenia Cooney Episode We've had a few questions and requests about this one. Joy answers all of Adam's inquiries, like who is Eugenia? How is Eugenia? and WHERE ARE HER PARENTS!??!? Also, Joy regales us (again?) with stories of early LiveJournal pro-ana content and how these seemingly lawless boards created space for individuals to express themselves and share/work through common trauma.
SS5 episode #2: A 💔 & fake it until you make it part 1 In this episode I explain why the podcast episode was late due to a heartbreak I experienced last week. Next to that, I give tips on how to stay stable during those times. And I talk about how fake it until you make it makes recovery easier!! Need help? Go to iamstuffed.nl and fill in the contactform or dm me @iamstuffed.nl
Caring for the Carer Testimonials - World Eating Disorder Action Day 2022 Special! Today, 2nd June 2022, is World Eating Disorder Action Day!The theme this year is "Caring for the carer"On this occasion, the MEEDA podcast interviewed 3 carers about their experience supporting a loved one recovering from an Eating Disorder: Leila helped her sister and husband, Atul his daughter and Carrie her daughter. They bravely share their intimate stories of diagnosis, treatment and recovery, their challenges as carers, how they managed to stay strong and focused, what they would say to someone who just discovered their child/sibling/partner has an ED and what their wish would be to prevent Eating Disorders in the Middle East.The whole MEEDA team extends their deep gratitude and recovery wishes to Leila, Atul and Carrie, but also thinks, today more than ever, about all the people suffering from an Eating Disorder and those around them helping them through this ordeal.Please share, repost, talk about Eating Disorders, today even more than usual, so we can break the stigma and get more people properly diagnosed and treated. For more on awareness and pledges this World Eating Disorder Action Day, please visit: http://www.worldeatingdisordersday.org/Please reach out with your questions, suggestions and feedback via media@meeda.meFor your free 15 mins assessment, please visit www.meeda.me
Muscularity-driven Eating Disorders in Boys & Men with Dr Jason Lavender In this episode, MEEDA VP Carine El Khazen meets Dr Jason Lavender. Dr. Jason Lavender, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU) and the Deputy Director of Research for the Military Cardiovascular Outcomes Research (MiCOR) Program with the Metis Foundation. Dr. Lavender’s research broadly focuses on elucidating risk/maintenance factors for eating and weight disorders, particularly emotion and emotion dysregulation, personality and temperament, and neurocognitive functioning. His research additionally focuses on unique factors related to the manifestation and assessment of eating disorder symptoms among boys and men, including muscularity-oriented disordered eating.Together, Carine and Dr Lavender discuss: - Dr Lavender's work in the field to advance ED detection in men and change typical female-oriented evaluation tools- Prevalence of muscularity-oriented nature ED within the male US population - American College-age men's concerns and issues around their bodies - How to draw a line between a balanced relationship with fitness/food/body & concerning behaviours that might stay under the radar if these appear as “bio-hacking” or “gaining strength/performance”- Understanding and defining bigorexia, also called reverse anorexia- The problem with unrealistic male body ideals online and how they lead boys and men to muscularity-driven ED Find Dr Jason Lavender's research via www.researchgate.net or on Twitter @drjasonlavenderPlease reach out with your questions, suggestions and feedback via media@meeda.meFor your free 15 mins assessment, please visit www.meeda.me
Skin health, Beauty Culture and Eating Disorders with Dr Natalia Spierings In this episode, MEEDA interviews Consultant Dermatologist and author Dr Natalia Spierings about:- Skin health and disordered eating / eating disorders- Online imagery and how it impacts our vision of beauty- Cosmetic surgery- Who to trust when it comes to skin health online- The forces at play in our feeds and what creates our beauty insecuritiesYou can find Dr Natalia Spierings via @drnataliaspierings on Instagramor via www.drnataliaspierings.com: https://drnataliaspierings.com/Dr Spierings book, Skintelligent, is available for pre-order now and out on July 7th.Please reach out with your questions, suggestions and feedback via media@meeda.meFor your free 15 mins assessment, please visit www.meeda.me
Episode 91: Kimberly Spencer (she/her), award-winning author, best-selling author, motivational speaker, business owner, survivor Hi Navigators! Welcome to episode 91, a conversation with Kimberly Spencer, an award-winning author, high performance coach, Amazon best-selling author, international motivational speaker, and owner of Crown Yourself. She is also in recovery from an eating disorder. Kimberly joins Catherine and Francis to discuss how a challenging household growing up and a history of trauma led to the development of an eating disorder, and how, through physical movement and challenging the normative negative talk about body image, she shaped her recovery path. Towards the end of the discussion -- with immense vulnerability -- Kim reminds listeners that what has happened to someone does not have to be their entire life story, and people can create their narratives; and that reaching out can save lives. We were so grateful for her time and energy, and hope you give this conversation a listen. CW: eating disorders, eating disorders behaviors, alcohol and substance use, body image dissatisfaction, dieting, childhood trauma, sexual abuse, suicidal ideationListener’s note: in the digest, Francis recalls a story about author Mark Sullivan, who wrote “Beneath the Scarlett Sky”. Francis admittedly got some of the details incorrect, and you can learn more about Mark’s story here: https://jessicasreadingroom.com/a-conversation-with-mark-sullivan/
Episode 92: Jillian Rigert (she/hers) discusses eating disorders and identity, arrival fallacy, imposter syndrome, motivation, and recovery Hi Navigators! We have a remarkable guest to introduce to you all today. Jillian Rigert, DMD, MD, joins Catherine and Francis to explore an array of topics, including Jillian’s experience with an eating disorder and her recovery. She shares her relationship with anorexia nervosa as it relates to her identity, and how psychological and cognitive distortions and conditions like arrival fallacy, imposter syndrome, confirmation bias, and burnout all impacted her journey – both in difficult and uplifting ways. Jillian is a current trainee in Martha Beck’s Wayfinder Life Coach Program, and has formal training in dentistry, medicine, and oral medicine. She is an Air Force Veteran, research fellow in Radiation Oncology, blogger and buddying activist on topics including anti-diet culture and eating disorder recovery. She brings these experiences to this platform in profound and insightful ways. And as a bonus, she introduces us all to her dog Reece! We hope there are pieces in this conversation which feel relatable and comforting, and of course, we thank Jillian for her time, energy, and intellect. Enjoy!CW: eating disorders, eating disorder recovery, eating disorder behaviors, suicidal ideation, discussion about weight-stigma and BMI, weight bias, military culture, medical bias and culture
Special Digest: It's the Podcast's Two Year Anniversary! June 1st is the podcast's two year anniversary! Catherine and Francis take a moment to reflect on what it's been like hosting this podcast, thanking guests and listeners, and sharing their thoughts on what's next. This podcast is a place to listen, learn, engage, connect, and relate, and none of it is possible without the vulnerability and courage of our guests and, of course, without the amazing Navigators who tune in regularly to be a part of this journey and bring forth their own vulnerable selves. Thank you a million times - we're incredibly grateful! Tune in for the rest of season two (continuing this Saturday with an incredible interview) and for what's next in season three!
SS4 episode #17: I was addicted to veins This New episode is all about how I could not let go of the veins aesthetics. I know you have that too sometimes. That’s why this episode. Hope you enjoy the perspective ❤️. Want to work with me? Go to iamstuffed.nl or @iamstuffed_com to get on the podcast
SS4 ep #18: Jake had anorexia and a tumor at the same time! For more info on Jake; check nutritionlongevity :). Want to work with me? Go to Iamstuffed.nl and fill in the contactform. Want to be on the podcast? Go to @iamstuffed_com
SS3 episode #19: A relationship during your ED, recovery and post-ED A relationship during your eating disorder. Yah or nah? This episode is somewhat opinionated. I will be giving tips to you so you can think this relationship “thing” through. Want ro work with me? Go to iamstuffed.nl!
SS4 episode #20: Studying nutrition and dietetics (intern experiences) So guys, In this episode I am interviewing my intern Kyra. She herself had some disordered eating tendencies a while ago. She will give you tips and tricks on binge eating. And give an honest review of this education. Is becoming a dietitian a good idea when having an eating disorder? For more info check the other episodes iamatuffed_eatingdisorder_podcast or go to @iamstuffed_com. Want to work with me? Go to iamstuffed.nl and fill in the contactform.
SS5 episode #1: Why you shouldn’t go all in! Going all in sounds like a perfect deal!? But is it….🧐. I am going to give you the pro’s and con’s in this episode. Would you like to be on the podcast? Go to iamstuffed_com or iamstuffed.nl and fill in the contact form.
Keep Shaking It Up in Recovery! Eating disorder recovery is a long process and it is easy to get complacent and stuck in new recovery ruts along the way.
This is why it is crucial to keep shaking recovery up!
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Full Recovery Bulletproof? Avoid Complacency In Eating Disorder Recovery This is an episode in which I share my opinions and thoughts on whether anyone can be bulletproof in full recovery from an eating disorder, and the concerns I have about people getting too complacent in full recovery.
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Episode 90: Christy Maloney (she/hers), a registered dietitian, talks intuitive eating, food neutrality, joyful movement, and more! Hi Navigators! The co-hosts are excited for you to hear from Christy Maloney, RD, LDN, CEDS-S, CPT, a dietitian who focuses her work on nutritional support and therapy for those experiencing eating disorders and disordered eating. This conversation covered topics ranging from the work a dietitian does as part of an eating disorder treatment team; to discovering what body and food neutrality is and how they can be applied in recovery; to understanding and utilizing joyful movement. Christy's approach in our conversation was gentle, neutral, humorous, and nonjudgemental, and made us feel comfortable from the beginning. We were privileged to gain her insights and receive her energy. Have a listen and let us know what you think!CW: eating disorder behaviors, eating disorder treatment and recovery, weight and weight stigma
#91: Helping Families Without Harming with Judith Brisman Dr. Judith Brisman was the Founding Director of the Eating Disorder Resource Center for over 35 years. She is coauthor of Surviving an Eating Disorder: Strategies for Family and Friends (Harper Collins,2021, 4th Edition), is on the editorial boards of the journals Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Eating Disorders. She is a member of the teaching faculty at the William Alanson White Institute and she maintains a private practice in New York City. Dr. Brisman is known internationally as among the first in her field to develop a treatment program for bulimic patients. She has published and lectured extensively regarding the interpersonal treatment of eating disorders. We discuss topics including: Patterns of how people interact Mistakes that are often made when working with families in the first edition of her book The relationship model The parents job is making it real Parents watching “body talk” ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
04/24/2022 - Lindsey W. - Houston, TX - ”Into Action” Part 5 Listen to Susan G. share on “Into Action" page 78 - 79
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Ensure Your Environment Triggers You Towards Recovery! In this episode, I talk about how to make sure that your environment and the things you see, hear, notice and people you spend time with each and every day are all set up so that they will 'trigger' your brain to consider the recovery option in each moment (as far as possible!).
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There’s no Age Limit for an Eating Disorder – Chatting Later Life Eating Disorders & A Lived Experience Perspective This episode sees Debbie chatting to eating disorder therapist Caroline Drummond Smith, who herself recovered from anorexia – after a battle lasting many many decades.
Caroline experienced an eating disorder all the way through her adult life – despite being a happy wife, mother and social butterfly – but finally sought true recovery for herself after a series of incidents made her recognise she was sick and tired of being sick and tired.
Today she helps many people recover, and among those, a large proportion are over the age of 45.
Debbie and Caroline discuss the issues of older sufferers of eating disorders often being ignored or invisible, and what helps in the battle to live a truly free and healthy life after so many years of a severe and enduring mental illness.
Caroline’s business, for those interested, is www.zesthealthcoaching.co.uk
If you’re keen to hear more about the elder experience of eating disorders, to take part in a webinar involving Caroline, or anything else, email hello@wednesdayschild.co.uk
Signs of Under-eating or Restrictive Eating for all Shapes and Body Sizes Under eating, dieting, restrictive eating - they have a huge impact on mood, thoughts, behaviours and the physical body. Although, these symptoms might be more pronounced in someone who is underweight, they will be experienced by people of all shapes, sizes and weights.
If you're in the habit of under eating, you may have become accustomed to the symptoms and almost see them as 'normal'. However, your life will be impacted significantly - and probably not for the best.
I've recorded this to help increase your awareness and motivation for change. It's not about 'beating yourself up' for what you're doing. You are likely doing the best you can right now.
Grab a pen and notebook and see which symptoms you relate to most and see if there are any surprises. I hope that enjoy the episode!
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for ED with Dr Riccardo Dalle Grave In this episode, MEEDA volunteer and certified Eating Psychology Coach Florence Gillet interviews Dr Riccardo Dalle Grave, Director of the Department of Eating and Weight Disorders at Villa Garda Hospital (Lago Di Garda, Italy).In collaboration with Professor Christopher Fairburn, Dr Dalle Grave developed an original inpatient treatment for eating disorders based entirely on enhanced cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT-E), an adaptation of CBT-E for adolescents with eating disorders, and the CBT-OB, an innovative treatment combining the behavioral treatment for obesity with strategies and procedures derived by the CBT-E for eating disorders.  Over the past 20 years, he has published several papers in international peer-reviewed journals (137 included in PubMed), about 100 papers in Italian, 25 books in Italian, and written three books in US. In 1997 he founded the First Certificate of Professional Training in Eating Disorders and Obesity. This one-year course, that is now at the 19th cohort, trains medical doctors, psychologists, and dietitians in cognitive behaviour therapy for eating disorders and obesity. He provides expert supervision for clinical services in Europe, the USA, Australia, and the U.A.E.Together, Florence and Dr Dalle Grave discuss about1/ what is CBT-E and what makes CBT E the gold standard for ED treatments in adults?2/ CBT-E : a)       who can benefit from it, b)      who is allowed to deliver itc)       treatment modalities (how long, how often, etc)3/ Differences between Family Based Therapy and CBT-E for adolescents4/ the most crucial support parents can provide if they have an adolescent being treated with CBT-E5/ Differences between the Focused and Broad version of CBT-E and who needs what6/ Guided self-help for binge eating disorder, as a streamlined form of CBT-E 7/ If someone doesn’t have access to CBT-E where they are, what could be a Plan B option for treatmentTo know more about CBT-E for patients, professionals and lay people, please visit www.cbte.co: https://www.cbte.co/Consider reading Dr Dalle Grave and Carine El Khazen's book:  Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Young people with Eating Disorders.Or understand how to get trained in CBT-E via https://www.credo-oxford.com/#topic0Please reach out with your questions, suggestions and feedback via media@meeda.meFor your free 15 mins assessment, please visit www.meeda.me
Turn Fear Into Excitement In Eating Disorder Recovery On a biological / physiological level, fear and excitement are the exact same response and it is just our interpretation of what is happening in our body that makes one of them fear and one excitement.
Therefore, in eating disorder recovery, it can be possible to use the physiological state your body is in when you are afraid and change it into excitement instead...
Have a listen to know more!
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SS4 episode #16: Taking space 4 yourself 💪🏻 Taking space for yourself is hella important. Because if you don’t; people will take yours. Check this episode out guys for some real insights in choosing you. Follow @iamstuffed_com on Instagram or go to iamstuffed.nl to work with me.
#90: Understanding Medical Stabilization with Dr. Phillip Mehler Dr. Philip Mehler founded the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders & Severe Malnutrition at Denver Health and continues to serve as its Chief Executive Officer. He began his career at Denver Health more than 30 years ago and was formerly its Chief of Internal Medicine. He was Denver Health’s Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for 10 years until he was promoted to its Medical Director, a position he held until his retirement in 2014. He is also the Glassman Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and has conducted research into the optimal medical treatment of the most severe cases of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia.  Dr. Mehler has authored more than 500 scientific publications, including three textbooks published by Johns Hopkins University Press and with a fourth edition slated for release later this year. Dr. Mehler was the recipient of the Academy of Eating Disorders 2012 Outstanding Clinician Award, has been recognized among the “Best Doctors in America” for the past 22 years in a row, and was voted the “Top Internal Medicine physician in Denver” multiple times by 5280 Magazine.  Dr. Mehler is a member and fellow of the Eating Disorders Research Society and the Academy of Eating Disorders, as well as a member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Eating Disorders and serves as the Senior Editor of The Journal of Eating Disorders. He has lectured extensively on a national and international level as the leading medical expert on the topic of the medical complications of eating disorders.  We discussed the following topics: What is medical stabilization? What is TPN? Understanding refeeding syndrome Understanding Bradycardia The two subtypes of anorexia nervosa   Show Notes: Eating Disorders A Guide to Medical Care and Complications 3rd edition Visit www.acute.org to meet ACUTE’s medical and behavioral experts and downloadable brochures For more information on ACUTE, questions for Dr. Mehler or complimentary CE events: contact Renee Hartmann, Provider Relationship Manager for ACUTE at 720-827-2842 or renee.hartmann@acute.org To make a referral: call admissions at 877-228-8348 ________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: rlgrd@askaboutfood.com You can also connect with Robyn on social media by following her on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn. If you enjoyed this podcast, please leave a review on iTunes and subscribe. Visit Robyn's private practice website where you can subscribe to her free monthly insight newsletter, and receive your FREE GUIDE “Maximizing Your Time with Those Struggling with an Eating Disorder”. Your Recovery Resource, Robyn’s new online course for navigating your loved one’s eating disorder, is available now! For more information on Robyn’s book “The Eating Disorder Trap”, please visit the Official "The Eating Disorder Trap" Website. “The Eating Disorder Trap” is also available for purchase on Amazon.
04/16/22 - Susan G. - Los Angeles, CA -”Into Action” Part 4 Listen to Susan G. share on “Into Action" page 76 - 78
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Losing Control of Eating or Gaining Control of Recovery? In eating disorder recovery, many people experience urges to eat high quantities of food in a binge or feast eating style and then describe this as having 'lost control' of their eating.
In this episode I argue that this is not losing control when people 'binge' in eating disorder recovery and why this is gaining control of recovery!
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Rewiring in Eating Disorder Recovery Applies to Thoughts Too! In eating disorder recovery, when we talk about 'rewiring the brain', the concept applies to the thoughts you have, as well as your actions (and rewiring both together is the best option for a quicker recovery!).
Find out more in this episode.
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The Limitations of Mindful Eating and Intuitive Eating in Recovery and Going ’All-In’ versus Stepped Change, with Anne Richardson Today, I have another returning guest and I’m talking to Anne Richardson, a Registered Nutritional Therapy Practitioner. Anne is returning for her third conversation to The Eating Disorder Therapist Podcast. She supports people in recovery from eating disorders and helps them to learn to eat again. Anne grew up in France, in a culture, where thinness was a normality. In a previous episode on this podcast, she talks about her own recovery from anorexia nervosa in her teens; her thoughts on French women and slenderness; eating disorders in men; wellness culture and the many myths around nutrition. Do check out the episode linked below. And in Anne's last conversation here, she talked about Healthy Week in schools and the problems with this, around the messages we are passing on to our children. Do check this episode too, also linked below. Today, Anne is back and is going to be talking about Mindful Eating and Intuitive Eating, and why they are not always the most helpful approach in eating disorder recovery, particularly when recovering from anorexia nervosa. Anne has a unique approach to working, using stories and metaphors in her practice to help communicate complex principles. There's lots of wisdom, tips and information packed into this episode. I hope that you enjoy it. To find out more about Anne: - Instagram: @crunchnutrition Website: crunchnutrition.co.uk FB: @cruncnutritionexeter Previous episodes featuring Anne on this podcast: - Eating Disorder Recovery and Busting Nutritional Myths https://harrietfrew.podbean.com/e/eating-disorder-recovery-and-busting-nutritional-myths-with-anne-richardson/ Is Sugar the Enemy and Healthy Week in Schools https://harrietfrew.podbean.com/e/is-sugar-the-enemy-anne-richardson-explores-healthy-week-in-schools/
Exercise in Eating Disorder Recovery – What’s its Place, and When to Consider It (with Trinity Handley) It’s one of the topics you ask us about most: ‘can I still exercise in eating disorder recovery’?
Many of us will have been through that emotional rollercoaster of trying to do deals with the devil about our use of exercise in recovery.
It’s inevitable that, particularly as you start to feel you’re letting go of some other behaviours and perhaps at a stage of achieving more nutritional rehabilitation, you might feel it’s the right time to get back to regular exercise.
Woooooo there Hasty Tracy. Go Steady, Eddie.
Exercise isn’t always as ready for you as you think you are for it.
Listen hard to some of the things which Debbie’s guest, personal training Trinity Handley, has to say in this episode.
She’s recovered from an eating disorder herself, so there’s a whole lot of wisdom to be understood from a woman who is now working with lots of people ‘in recovery’, or have previously had an eating disorder.
She reminds us all that the mere action of exercise is tearing down muscle. It is doing damage, which, whether you want to hear it or not, has to be repaired.
That means, as we say so often – balance applies. Rational cognitive consideration is necessary. Nothing but a recovery focus will do by way of motivation.
Just for those who are tempted to read the book Trinity mentions, here’s a quick list of her faves:
'The F*ck It Diet' - Caroline Dooner
'Just Eat It' - Laura Thomas
'The Joy of Movement' - Kelly McGonigal
'Daring Greatly' - Brene Brown
'Dare to Lead' - Brene Brown

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