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Updated On: Nov 04, 2023
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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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#132: Anxiety and Loss with Mollie Birney Mollie Birney is a Clinical Coach in private practice providing life coaching with an eye towards mental health to over-thinkers seeking efficient, authentic transitions and behavioral change.  Her clinical perspective draws upon her years as therapist in various treatment settings, and as a private consultant and interventionist for families in crisis. These clinical underpinnings are now the foundation of her coaching curriculum addressing anxiety, emotional evolution, relationships and self-destructive patterns.  We discuss topics including: Anxiety is about trying to obtain control Understanding the relationship one has with anxiety Anxiety has a mind of its own The importance of developing a relationship with anxiety Anxiety is happening without our permission Imagination is about speaking with anxiety SHOW NOTES: www.molliebirney.com www.instagram.com/molliebirney ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.

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Eating Disorders & The Postpartum Period (A Call to Input into Research) In this episode, we welcome back our wonderful Perinatal Lead here at Wednesday’s Child, Abi Reynolds

She’s joined in her conversation with Debbie, by Chantelle Ecob, who is a trainee clinical psychologist and is keen to gain more insights into the experiences of women who relapse into, or first suffer from, an eating disorder in pregnancy or soon afterwards.

We’ll be keeping in regular contact with Chantelle throughout this research, but if you’re minded to take part in investigations (all of which will be fully confidential), you can email Chantelle on [email protected]
SS6 episode #20: My setpoint got higher after recovery! What can I do? This episode is specifically for anorexia patients in recovery. Your body went through a lot of changes and a lot of hurt. And now you are at a higher weight than when you begin with your eating disorder. What can you do? Follow @iamstuffed_com on IG
Raising Intuitive Eaters? but… but… kids need structure! with Guest Amee Severson, RD Our first of a two part episode with dietitian and author Amee Severson, Joy and Adam discuss her co-authored book, How to Raise an Intuitive Eater, and what challenges there have been getting buy in from parents, "my kids will never eat veggies and only candy all the time if i ever tried that!!!". Fun Fact: Kids need to be exposed to a food approx. 18 times before they decide whether or not they like it.A must listen for parents and those asking, what exactly is Intuitive Eating?Part Two, next month, we switch gears and talk about eating disorder treatment while recovering from religion.
If you would like to join us live, we meet every Sunday from 10:00 – 11:30 EST
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04/02/23 -Shawn M. – ”More About Alcoholism” – Part 3 Listen to Shawn M. are on “More About Alcoholism" pg 33 – 35
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SS6 episode #18: the PRACTICAL guide for beter digestion during recovery (helps with bloating) Hey guys, welcome back to a new episode! This episode is all about practical tips for better digestion during eating disorder the recovery. A must listen for everybody, that experience discomfort and bloating during recovery.
SS6 episode #19: The UGLY truth when you choose for Recovery (+17.000 plays ???) This episode will honestly inform you about the shitty side of a recovery fase. It is not here to demotivate you on not to recover. It is here to give you a heads-up. For more info; check @iamstuffed_com
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03/26/23 – Gary D – Florida / Tennessee – ”More About Alcoholism” – Part 2 Listen to Gary D. are on “More About Alcoholism" pg 32 – 33
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#131: Atypical Anorexia Nervosa with Erin Harrop Erin Harrop, (they/them), LICSW, PhD, is an assistant professor at University of Denver and licensed medical social worker. Erin’s research focuses on eating disorders, weight stigma, and patient-provider communication. Erin’s clinical work also involves trainings at the provider level, introducing interprofessional clinicians to weight inclusive practices that honor patients’ unique intersecting identities. We discuss topics including: Understanding what is “atypical anorexia nervosa”? What makes the conversations go well and poorly when communicating with a provider? Weight stigma and atypical anorexia nervosa How the eating disorder is encouraged The word “fat” is a neutral descriptive term SHOW NOTES: (Facebook group) Recovery at Large https://socialwork.du.edu/about/gssw-directory/erin-nicole-harrop http://[email protected] https://socialwork.du.edu/about/gssw-directory/erin-nicole-harrop https://www.facebook.com/erin.harrop.3/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/erin-harrop-b6029680/ ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.
SS6 episode #17: the light products & zero drinks HOAX! *more binges!?* Hey guys, this is a new episode for you that is all about how to perceive light products and zero drinks. What does it do with your appetite? Are you really drinking it? Because you like it? All tips in this episode! For more info; go to @iamstuffed_com
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The Pre Mortem Tool for Eating Disorder Bashing! A very helpful tool to use as you are going through the process of overcoming an eating disorder, or eating disorder bashing as it is also known, is something called a pre-mortem.
This is where you get out your crystal ball to predict disaster and then take steps to ensure disaster does not strike.
Intrigued?  Have a listen to find out more.
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A Deep Dive into Binge Eating with Dr Marianne Miller Today, I’m talking to Dr. Marianne Miller (all the way from San Diego) who has been in the mental health field for 26 years and has specialised in eating disorders for the last 11 years. Marianne was a full-time academic for 12 years and had a part-time eating disorder practice for much of that time (until she left the university) and went into private practice full-time in 2018.
Dr. Marianne loves working with eating disorders as a therapist and a coach. She takes a non-diet, feminist approach that helps people of all genders live empowered, authentic lives. She embraces the Health at Every Size model and is LGBTQIAA+ affirming. Dr. Marianne recently launched the Inevitable Binge Eating Recovery online program. It helps high-achieving professionals regain their mental and emotional energy by shifting their relationship with food to be fully present in their life.
In this episode today, you’re going to hear more about Marianne’s own journey into this work and to begin to explore some of the tools and strategies that she uses in supporting her clients with overcoming binge eating. Marianne is absolutely passionate about this area of work and you are going to learn so much from her. It’s a slightly shorter episode but Marianne will be back on the podcast later this year to impart more of her wisdom! I hope that you enjoy it!
To find out more about Marianne: –
Website: http://www.drmariannemiller.com/
Eating Disorder Blog: https://www.drmariannemiller.com/blog/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drmariannemiller/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drmariannemiller/
An Exploration into Food Rituals and Eating Disorders Many of us have food rituals in the way that we shop, prepare, store, cook, present and eat our meals. Mainly, these habits or rituals are likely harmless and can in fact be comforting and beneficial. But sometimes, rituals become compulsive or a way to avoid or hide deeper issues. If you feel compelled to carry out your food rituals, otherwise experiencing high anxiety or distress. Or if you are avoiding social situations and if your diet has become very imbalanced due to rituals – these are signs it could be time to reflect with curiosity and compassion about the function of them.
I hope that you enjoy the episode.
Eating Disorders – Navigating Pregnancy, Birth and Post-Natal Challenges Pregnancy, birth and the months after you’ve birthed your baby can be incredibly magical, and also incredibly challenging times. If you have an eating disorder you may struggle with the changes in your body and appetite. If you’ve previously struggled with an eating disorder, you can be vulnerable to relapse during the prenatal and postpartum periods.
Some people who have not struggled previously with disordered eating, may also find this to be a triggering time with all the physical and emotional changes. Having said this, some people also find that these times helped them with a shift in body image, with a change in values and perspective. There is no right way to cope and you probably won’t know how you’ll fare with all of this, until you in the situation.
In this episode, I explore the challenges of navigating these phases, when you are struggling with an eating disorder and offer some tips on getting through. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
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When it Feels Challenging to Eat a ’Proper Meal’ in Eating Disorder Recovery A Bite Size episode.
In eating disorder recovery, for some people it can feel incredibly challenging to have permission to eat a full meal.  You might be worried about breaking your food rules or that your eating habits will be judged by others. In this episode, I dive into the problems around this and give some thoughts on how to challenge faulty habits using thought challenging, exploring underlying beliefs and behavioural experiments.
I hope that you enjoy the episode.
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03/19/23 – Rita Q. Ireland, UK – ”More About Alcoholism” – Part 1 Listen to Rita Q. are on “There is a Solution" pages 30 – 31
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#130: Trauma, PTSD and Eating Disorders with Hayley Miller Hayley is a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor and Registered Dietitian . She is originally from Pennsylvania so she obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Marywood University and her Master's degree in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. She is trained in Phase 1 of Brainspotting as well as Cognitive Processing Therapy for people with PTSD. She is also a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor.    She has a special interest in working with people with eating disorders and trauma. She works from a Health At Every Size framework which means she does not treat people differently based on size and believes people are healthy at every size. She rejects diet culture mentalities and helps people to nourish their bodies without shame or guilt. She loves working with people on improving their relationships with food and their bodies. She combines cognitive behavioral approaches with somatic approaches to help those achieve their goals while also noticing what the body is trying to tell them. She connects with you on goals you would like to achieve while also noting any barriers that may come up.Hayley feels called to this work because of her belief that everyone can recover from an eating disorder with a little help and support from providers. Hayley is the owner of Hayley Miller Counseling serving LA and NYC. We discuss topics including: What is brainspotting? What is cognitive processing therapy and how is it different from cognitive behavioral therapy? Understanding the big “T” trauma Grounding Techniques SHOW NOTES: www.hayleymillercounseling.com https://www.instagram.com/hayleymillercounseling/ www.brainspotting.com (interview) https://youtu.be/8UTftmibLqo ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.
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03/12/23 – Gayle K. – ”There is a Solution” – Part 8 Listen to Gail. are on “There is a Solution" pages 28 – 29
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SS6 episode #16: why you can’t EVER diet again after an eating disorder New episode guys! Follow @iamstuffed_com on IG or @iamstuffed.nl on tiktok
Turning Talk into Action – Reflections After Eating Disorders Awareness Week This episode sees the return of our duo Debbie and Sarah. Here, they chat at the close of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, and use the opportunity to reinforce the need to always ‘turn talk into action’. Throughout this episode, you’ll hear a number of lived experience reflections about what it takes to keep pivoting from hinge behaviours, and to continually challenge the eating disorder’s unhelpful voice.

If you have a perspective on this chat, or would like to contribute to a future episode, please email [email protected]

In this episode, Debbie references her ‘Sofa Guest’ conversation. Should you wish to listen, you’ll find it on BBC Sounds from Friday 3rd March at 330pm.
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Are You Constantly Craving Sugar? Another Bite Size episode today!  If you are constantly struggling with sugar cravings, then this one is for you.  And it can be such a common phenomenon in eating disorder recovery.
As a passionate Intuitive Eating advocate, I am certainly not anti-sugar by any means and I enjoy sugar consumption (to a degree!) daily. However, if you are feeling 'out of control' around sugar, this episode will give you some thoughts on how to change your relationship with this.
 
I hope that you enjoy it!
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I’m Giving Up – Let the Eating Disorder Consume Me! This episode is a personal one in which I share more of my journey to overcome the eating disorder and a point in the process in which I was mentally exhausted, emotionally drained and ready to give up on it all and let the eating disorder fully consume me again.
This is for anyone in that position now.
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03/05/23 – Kim G. – ”There is a Solution” Part 7 Listen to Kim G. are on “There is a Solution" pages 26 – 28
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SS6 episode #15: Inner conflict OKe guys, this episode is about inner conflict and how it actually torture us in our whole way of recovery and even before we start choosing recovery. In this episode, I will describe the process of how inner conflict exists in a person with a eating disorder, and what you can do about it. Follow @iamstuffed.nl
"Can I be Vegan in treatment?" with Jenn Friedman Joy and Adam talk with Jenn Friedman MA, MHC-LP about her new book, Veganism and Eating Disorder Recovery. It's a frank and enlightening conversation about the what harms happen in treatment centers when trauma is not treated, rather, often the individual seeking accommodation mat become a victim of a on-size-fits-all system. In addition to being an author, Jenn in a musician and therapist in private practice in NY State.You can find Jenn's book here at Routledge PressAbout the Book:This book addresses the eating disorder field’s misconceptions about veganism with the goal of realigning the discourse about veganism and non-veganism in eating disorder recovery.Veganism and eating disorders are often associated with one another in the eating disorder field, leading to the widely adopted belief that following the dietary component of veganism may inhibit recovery from an eating disorder. Friedman posits that this belief is founded on an oversimplified view and counters it by exploring the ethical dimensions of veganism. In this book, Friedman looks at ideas perpetuated around veganism and recovery, including the potential harm to vegans prohibited from following veganism in treatment centers. Veganism and Eating Disorder Recovery culminates in a prospective proposal for a "vegan-informed" eating disorder recovery model, which may be adapted for clients’ individual needs.Friedman lays a foundation for an improved discourse on veganism and eating disorders by drawing from a wide range of resources, including academic research, blog posts, eating disorder literature, and anecdotes. This accessible text will appeal to professionals and eating disorder clients alike, enabling them to collaborate under optimal conditions.
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A Deep Dive into ’All or Nothing Thinking’, with Amber Romaniuk (Emotional Eating, Digestive and Hormone Expert) 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.
In this episode, Amber explores all or nothing approaches to food, life, work, relationships and more. Many of us can identify with an ‘all or nothing’ approach to life. Maybe you’re wondering about the impact of your genetics or environment and understanding why you’re an all or nothing person. Maybe you’re feeling that it’s impossible to change and you are resigned to live like this? Amber does a deep dive into this topic and gives a multitude of tips and wisdom on how to find a more balanced place of harmony and healing for everyone, drawing on her own lived experience and through many years of supporting her clients.
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/gh
Instagram: @amberromaniuk
This week's sponsor: Tracy Brown and Associates www.tracybrownrd.com/get-started
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About Atypical Anorexia Nervosa A Bite-Size episode talking about 'atypical anorexia nervosa'. If you are in a larger body, overweight or normal weight and restricting food heavily, you may have this diagnosis.
In our diet-culture world, you may not even realise that you have an eating disorder, if you are not underweight. People who are underweight and then demonstrate ed behaviours often attract concern and worry from others. Whereas, if you are in a larger body, you will be praised for weight loss, even if your life is consumed with food 24/7 and you are struggling physically and mentally.
If you recognise yourself here, do reach out for help. You are absolutely worthy of support. 85% of people with eating disorders are not underweight.
#129: No Judgement and No Shame with JD Ouellette JD Ouellette is a Lived Experience Expert in eating disorders, and the Director of Lived Experience for Equip Health, and she maintains a private peer coaching practice.  Prior to her current role, JD built and ran Equip’s Mentorship Program. JD has worked full-time in the eating disorder field since leaving her career as an educator in 2018 to provide mentorship and coaching for other families whose loved ones are impacted by an eating disorder. JD came to this work after the youngest of her four children developed anorexia nervosa in 2012. Grateful that her family benefited from early, aggressive intervention with evidence-based care, she channeled her gratitude and personal and professional skill sets into ensuring all families have access to the same psychoeducation, skills coaching, and support that made the difference for her family and enabled her to daughter to achieve full, robust, long term recovery. We discuss topics including: Understanding what a “lived experience” expert is? The importance of motivational interviewing with peer coaching Connecting with Men of FEAST (so they can be apart of the team) The importance of parents and kids to begin writing Recognizing that your perspective is valuable as a parent and client SHOW NOTES: www.jdouellette.com www.equip.health www.theprojectheal.org www.nationaleatingdisorders.org www.feast-ed.org ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.
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02/26/23 – Tina S. – Florida – ”There is a Solution” – Part 6 Listen to Tina S. are on “There is a Solution" pages 25
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101. Courtney Gioia (she/hers), ACE Certified Fitness Professional and Mindset Coach Hi Navigators! We’re excited to welcome Courtney Gioia, CEO and founder of Loyobo, to the podcast! Loyobo (meaning Love Your Body), is a virtual wellness community dedicated to helping women ditch diet culture, find joy in movement and to finally figure out how to love their body. Courtney’s own journey with health and struggles around body image and weight loss inspired her to become an ACE Certified Fitness Professional and Mindset Coach. Her mission is to help women use self-love to learn how to trust their bodies and take up space in their lives by living intentionally. This episode explores the complexities of uncomfortable conversations, change, and language, and how boundaries, empathy, and community are ways to promote an inclusive and educational environment for everyone, wherever they may be in their anti-diet culture journey. In the digest, Catherine opens up about what it was like to take the Implicit Association Test (IAT) about weight, and how to address our own biases in conversation with others and ourselves. This was a moving, educational, and valued conversation with Courtney, and we were so glad she joined us! Enjoy! UPDATE: Francis also completed the IAT about weight, which indicated a slight preference for thin bodies, a challenging result for him! CW: eating disorders, body image dissatisfaction, weight loss, dieting, exercise
Fried Eggs, Guilty Pleasures, Food Language, Weight Restoration, BMI and More with Anne Richardson Today I have a returning guest to the podcast – Anne Richardson – of Crunch Nutrition (@theeatingdisordernutritionist on IG) and soon to be The Eating Disorder Nutritionist on the web! Anne is a registered nutritional therapist, and she blends nutrition with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy to help people have a better relationship with food and their bodies.

Anne has a special interest in disordered eating having walked her own eating disorder recovery journey. She works with people who restrict physically and/or mentally, and this can mean people suffering from anorexia, orthorexia, OSFED but also bulimia.

Anne grew up in France and has a passion for food and is dedicated to helping people become more relaxed with their diets. She believes that, although nutrition is a science, we shouldn’t eat scientifically. She believes many of us have lost our way with food and that this is impacting on not only our physical health but also our mental well-being.

Anne is a member of the British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT). She is also registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). In our conversation,

Anne talks recovery tips and skills, particularly if you are trying to manage weight restoration and heal. She also explores the use of words in relation to food, as words have incredible power and the language we use around food has the potential to help or hinder us. I hope that you enjoy the episode.

To find out more about Anne:

– Instagram: @theeatingdisordernutritionist

New website: www.theeatingdisordernutritionist.co.uk

Website: www.crunchnutrition.co.uk

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Exploring Inpatient Eating Disorder Treatment versus Outpatient Support Another Bite-Size episode.
I explore a listener's question about whether to opt into a voluntarily inpatient admission for eating disorder treatment versus outpatient support. I share my thoughts on this. If you are in the same boat, I encourage you to talk this through with your professional team. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
SS6 episode #14: The Overachiever ?? So guys enjoy this episode! Are you a overachiever? You should deffo listen to this episode ??. We are almost at the 17.000! Please share this episode on your social media :).
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02/19/23 – Rosie F. – CA – ”There is a Solution” – Part 5 Listen to Rosie F. are on “There is a Solution" pages 23 – 24
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Eating Disorder Recovery, Dance, Perfectionism, Body Image and Healing Trauma, with Joelle Rabow Maletis Today I’m talking to Joelle Rabow Maletis, MAEd, MA, LMFT,who is a licensed clinical psychotherapist, TED-Ed speaker/author – on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, CEO, trauma expert, and podcast host for Switch! as well as Bipolar Girl.
Joelle’s initial passion was dance, training as a ballet dancer, immersed within the dance world for over 20 years. She had a career-ending injury and decided that therapy would be an interesting profession, particularly after finding it to be an invaluable tool in navigating her own mental health struggles, including eating disorders, perfectionism, dealing with trauma and body image. Joelle fell in love with psychology: it helped her understand her internal world better and guided her to make life-long changes necessary to thrive, rather than simply surviving. Joelle felt called to work with trauma and began working with broad spectrum eating disorders, trauma and eventually military psychology.
Becoming a psychotherapist became as much of  a love as being a dancer for Joelle.  Her therapy practice was started to help others discover their hopes, dreams, and abilities to thrive through adversity. This led her to mentoring as well as teaching students, interns and associates  to do the same. Joelle’s ongoing goal is to teach thriving through adversity!
Joelle is a native Californian and adores spending time with her family – partner, two children and pets, Cleo and Madeira. Outside of the office, she enjoys all adventures, especially being an avid skier! When not working, Joelle loves traveling, sports, cooking, baking, running, biking, hiking, reading, writing and watching women’s soccer!
In the episode today, you’ll hear about Joelle’s recovery story, and the pressures of the dance world around body image and perfectionism. Joelle shares candidly about her experiences of therapy; her resistance to change at different points and what truly helped her heal. She also explores an eating disorder as a psychological coping strategy and the importance of creating safety and alternative ways of soothing, to allow healing. Joelle talks about lapsing and becoming aware of triggers, so you can recover faster and get back on track. Joelle is incredibly generous with her sharing and vulnerability in this episode, so you get a deep insight to a recovery journey.
I hope that you enjoy the episode.
To find out more about Joelle:-
Website: https://joellerabowmaletis.com/
Instagram: @official.joelle.trauma.therapy
TED-Ed video: https://www.ted.com/talks/joelle_rabow_maletis_the_psychology_of_post_traumatic_stress_disorder
This week's sponsor: Amber Romaniuk amberapproved.ca
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How to Stop Overeating in the Evening A Bite-Size episode for you. Managing your eating throughout the day can feel easier, due to distraction and busyness. You may feel less prone to out-of-control eating or mindless snacking. But, evenings can be a whole different story!
After an exhausting day you might be feeling at the end of your tether. What to do with this final hour or two so before you go to bed? You may be in the pattern of: sofa, television, "time for me now – let’s see what’s in the cupboard."
This podcast gives 5 reflections to help stop your overeating in the evening. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
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02/12/23 – Vani T. – NYC – ”There is a Solution” – Part 4 Listen to Vani T. are on “There is a Solution" pages 22 – 23
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#128: Understanding Body Image in Kids- Charlotte Markey Charlotte Markey, Ph.D., is a world-leading expert in body image research, having body image and, eating behaviors.   She is passionate about understanding what makes us feel good about our bodies and helping people to develop a positive body image. Charlotte loves to share her body image wisdom with others, and is an experienced book author, blogger, and professor at Rutgers University, Camden.  We discuss topics including: The knowledge of body image amongst scientist, professionals and the general public Understanding Body Dissatisfaction Recognizing that body image issues can start at a young age and discussing careful and thoughtful ways in how to approach the topic The importance of adults being positive influences around kids Boys struggle with body image too   SHOW NOTES: www.charlottemarkey.com www.thebodyimagebookforboys.com www.thebodyimagebookforgirls.com www.instagram.com/char_markey ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.
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How does Restrictive Eating Affect the Body Metabolism? Eating Disorders When you eat restrictively for any length of time through a restrictive eating disorder or as a result of dieting, your body metabolism will be affected.  Many people have concerns and questions about this.
In this episode, I cover what the metabolism is, what it means to have a high or a low metabolism and how restrictive eating can impact on this, alongside what happens to the metabolism if you start to consistently eat more again.  Finally, the question 'is my metabolism broken?' is answered!
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Healing, Relationship with Food and Body Image, Fitness (Untangling Nuance of Disordered v Healthy Approaches), Health At Every Size, Motivational Interviewing and More, with Jonny Landels Today, I’m talking to Jonny Landels, founder of Next Step Nutrition. Jonny is a lover of musicals, craft beer and great coffee, and he is a nutritionist, strength coach, and online health coach. Jonny works with chronic dieters to support them to ditch the diet mentality, overcome disordered eating habits, improve body image and holistic wellbeing to finally get results that last, in a sustainable way that suits their goals and values. Jonny uses a combination of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Motivational Interviewing, which focuses on building internal motivation for change.
Jonny hasn’t always had the best relationship with food and his body. He was teased about his weight as a child. This led to an obsession with getting shredded and changing his body, believing that this would be the solution to confidence and self-esteem for his previous performing career. Over the years, Jonny has been involved heavily in the fitness industry as a Crossfit coach and with a passion for health and nutrition. However, this led him to some very dark places, in relationship with food, body image and wellbeing. His journey to finding a more holistic place of wellness has inspired him to then support and encourage others to do the same in his coaching work.
This episode today is absolutely packed with nuggets of wisdom to support you on your recovery journey. Jonny talks about healing his own relationship with food and exercise, and the ups and downs of this. He untangles the nuances in determining whether your relationship with food or exercise is disordered. Jonny explains his health centred approach, focusing on changing behaviours (HAES aligned) and how you can put this into practice. He talks self-compassion, motivational interviewing, body image and more.
I hope that you enjoy the conversation.
To find out more about Jonny: –
 Website: https://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/
Instagram: @jonnylandels
Podcast: https://nextstepnutrition.co.uk/podcast/
What is mental restriction?
What are the negative costs of mentally restricting food?
How can you move to stop this?
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How to Stop Mental Restriction Around Food Another Bite-Size episode! Today I talk about mental restriction around food. 
What is mental restriction?
What are the negative costs of mentally restricting food?
How can you move to stop this?
I hope that you enjoy the episode.
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01/29/23 – Ana A. – Michigan – ”There is a Solution” – Part 2 Listen to Ana A.  share on “There is a Solution" pages 18 – 19 
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02/05/23 – Audrey N. – ”There is a Solution” – Part 3 Listen to Audrey N.  share on “There is a Solution" pages 20
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7 Body Image Tips for Navigating Eating Disorder Recovery in a Larger Body Eating disorder recovery is challenging enough as it is. But what about when you are navigating this in a larger body? In this episode, I talk about the problems you might face in accessing treatment, getting diagnosis or even realising you have an eating disorder (if you're not underweight). I explore weight overshoot and set-point. Then I share 7 tips to support you in dealing with body image triggers, when navigating recovery. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
If you have further tips to share, do let me know @theeatingdisordertherapist_ – Instagram.
How Do I Know if I’m Weight Restored (Without Weighing)? A Bite-Size episode exploring what do we mean by weight restoration; the limitations of getting fixated on a specific number or BMI; early physical and emotional signs in the weight gain process and some thoughts on the longer term indicators that may show your body is finding its happier place. These are my thoughts on this topic. Every body is going to have their own route with this and do check in with medical professionals (with specialist ed knowledge) if you have any concerns on your healing journey. I hope that you find this helpful.
Eating Disorder Recovery, Building Self-Worth and Finding Your Voice, with Ronni Robinson Today I’m talking to Ronni Robinson, eating disorder recovery coach, author, free-lance writer and public speaker. Ronni has been 15 years recovered from 30 years of binge eating and compulsive eating, starting at the tender age of 9 years old. She also experienced an 8 year abusive relationship whilst struggling with an eating disorder.
Ronni has written a book about the entire journey called, 'Out of the Pantry: A Disordered Eating Journey', which came out in 2020. The book's purpose is to help support her own recovery going forward, and to act as a helping hand to reach, as she calls it, 'back into the "fire" and to help pull others out'.
In this episode, you will hear Ronni’s healing journey with the ups and downs of this; navigating years of binge eating, a compulsive relationship and low self-worth. You will also be inspired to hear how she found her way out and is now thriving and happy.  Today, Ronni supports others in eating disorder recovery through coaching, uplifting, encouraging and offering hope to so many.
To find out more about Ronni: –
Website: – https://www.ronnirobinson.com/
Book: – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Out-Pantry-Disordered-Eating-Journey-ebook/dp/B08CCKZ3QP
Instagram: @recoverwithronni
SS6 episode #13: JUST SAY NO! (For f*ck sake) OK guys a new episode that again is all about boundary setting. Did you knew that your life could be much easier if you just say no? No? After listening to this podcast episode, you will. Follow @iamstuffed_com on IG and @iamstuffed.nl on tiktok.

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Relational Impact of Eating Disorder Recovery – How do our relationship needs change as we navigate our recovery journey? In this episode, we catch up with our lovely therapist Sarah Smetham (Sarah Parker, until her recent nuptials!), where she and Debbie discuss how relationships change as we transition through our eating disorder recovery.

Sarah reveals how her own relational needs changed in her progress beyond an eating disorder, and, as a practitioner, she gives guidance on being aware of our own needs and recognition as we learn to build the tribe which is right for the life we have.

You can find out more about Sarah’s work here: https://wellofbeing.co.uk/about-sarah/

If you’re interested in hearing more about topics like this, and attending a webinar with Sarah and Debbie, please email us. Send a message to [email protected] marked ‘relationship insights’.
We always welcome your own personal stories too, so don’t hesitate to share with us if you feel so inclined.
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Make the Weight Gain Justified as you Overcome an Eating Disorder! When you are overcoming a restrictive eating disorder and bringing your body out of a state of energy deficit, weight gain is inevitable.
But when you are gaining weight despite still engaging in some level of restrictive eating and disordered behaviours, it can feel unjustified and make the process even harder.
Therefore, this episode is about making sure the weight gain that is part of your healing is justified through your actions.
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#127: Transitioning from Residential Treatment to Outpatient Care with Claire St. John Claire St John, MPH, RDN, CEDRD-S is a registered dietitian in private practice, working with clients who want to improve the relationship they have with their body and food. She works with clients to tackle fear around food, mitigate shame and work towards body respect.  She has worked in residential and partial treatment and is the the Director of Operations and Research of treatment center. We discuss topics including: The challenges that clients face when they are in residential The hardest step of stepping down when in treatment Making Treatment the focus How to know when someone is ready to step down The importance of the outpatient team knowing and understanding where the client is coming from Remembering what the outside world is like SHOW NOTES: www.clairestjohn.com www.instagram.com/clairestjohn_rd ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.
SS6 episode #12: (MUST LISTEN) you have an ED and probably anxious attachment style too ? Enjoy this new episode guys. This is really a must listen! If you want to know more, you can always message us on Instagram. This is all about anxious attachment styles and how you can find this back in your food behavior.
100. Sara Gottfried (she/hers), social worker, author, and advocate, shares her story of healing and recovery Hello, Navigators! And welcome to episode 100! Today, we have the privilege of sharing our conversation with Sara Gottfried, a licensed clinical social worker. Currently, Sara works as a school social worker and outpatient therapist, serving individuals in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. She graduated from Bridgewater State University with a BS and went on to complete the Advanced Standing Social Work program at Boston University, obtaining her Master of Social Work. Today, Catherine and Francis interview Sara as she opens up about her own history of an eating disorder, and the journey she took to find healing and recovery, including realizing FBT wasn’t effective for her and that her hospitalization experience led to a unique outcome. Eventually, and proudly, Sara published Full: A Memoir of Overcoming an Eating disorder, a powerful and utterly raw story of her battle with anorexia and learning to share her story. Filled with humor, wisdom, and inspiration, Sara aims to empower readers to overcome their own experiences with disordered eating. We were thrilled she could join the podcast and share her story. CW: Eating disorders, eating disorder behaviors, hospitalization stories, food rituals, exercise rituals, family relationships

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Talking Bold New Approaches to Eating Disorder Recovery – An Insight into Awakn Life Sciences and Ketamine as a Treatment What are the new options being considered for treating those who are seemingly ‘resistant’ to more freely available therapy?

In this episode, we take a deep dive into the world of Awakn Life Sciences, and hear from clinical psychologist Laurie Higbed, as she explains how Awakn’s clinics are working with those who’ve been battling long term eating issues, as well as addictions – like gambling and alcohol.

We’re also joined by our therapist Isabel Leming, who shares her perspective on this approach, and helps us explore why some people find it that much more challenging to recover without additional or different interventions.

Your thoughts on this episode would be greatly appreciated, as we’d very much like to get our experts back and create a panel event, to which we can invite you to ask more questions.

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SS6 epsiode #11: How to stop overthinking ??‍? Follow iamstuffed on @iamstuffed_com. Dutch and have an eating disorder? Go to proud2bme for help!
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When you Don’t Feel Sick Enough with your Eating Disorder A Bite-Size episode exploring a common phenomenon for people suffering with eating disorders: – not feeling sick enough.
I explore three possible reasons for this and how to view this differently. If you are struggling, please do seek help. You absolutely deserve to do this.  I hope that you enjoy the episode.
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01/22/23 – Bob L. – New Jersey – ”There is a Solution” – Part 1 Listen to Bob L.  share on “There is a Solution" pages 17 – 18 
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Comparison is the Thief of Joy. Understanding Why you Compare Yourself to Others and How to Change This A Bite-Size episode all about comparing yourself to others.  I explore the problems with comparing yourself to others, where this may be rooted and how to change this habit, to establish and build solid self-esteem. I hope that you enjoy it.
Eating Disorder Recovery, The Power of Intuition and Inspiring Body Image Tips, with Katie Beecher Today, I’m talking to – Katie Beecher – Medical and Spiritual Intuitive, and Licensed Professional Counsellor. Katie is featured by numerous media outlets including Poosh, Miranda Kerr’s Kora Organics and Goop – who called her readings “eerily accurate”. Katie is based in the US.  As part of her acclaimed readings, she creates a detailed, multi-page report and intuitive soul painting knowing only a person’s name and age. She has over 30 years of experience helping people all over the world transform their lives and their health. 
I don’t know if you’ve heard of a medical intuitive before, but this is someone with psychic abilities. who uses these abilities for greater insight into some aspect of well-being. No one is suggesting that medical intuitives can replace consultations with doctors, psychiatrists, nutritionists, or any kind of medical professional. But if you value the role of gut instinct and following your own intuition, you probably get a sense of the incredible power in listening to this.
Katie has had intuitive, empathic and medium abilities since she was a young child but was fearful of them until she entered therapy with a Jungian Psychologist for an eating disorder at the age of 16. Extraordinarily, Katie reached out for help on her own, independently from her parents., which was a brave and bold decision.
Katie found that developing bulimia and depression, although taking her to a very dark place at the time, ultimately it was one of the best things that happened to her. Through healing in therapy, Katie learned how to connect to her intuition, accept and understand her intuitive and psychic gifts and find self-love and acceptance.
This foundational healing work also inspired Katie for her later work with clients as both a therapist and medical intuitive.  Katie powerfully believes that connection to intuition, self-love and self-acceptance can be a channel for anything, including healing.  She has documented success with many illnesses including Lyme Disease (self-recovered), digestive issues, cancer, viruses, autoimmune diseases, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, adolescent and childhood concerns and other issues.
Katie has also written a book about her work as a Medical Intuitive and how others can heal and enhance their lives using the same techniques she uses in her readings.  It is called Heal from Within: A Guidebook to Intuitive Wellness. This is a fascinating insight into a different way of approaching healing.
Katie’s story and work is inspiring and will offer reflections and encouraging perspectives that many of you will relate to. In the episode today, we will be hearing about Katie’s eating disorder recovery story; we’ll talk about the valuable work she does today with her clients, as a medical and spiritual intuitive; we’ll talk more about her book; and we’ll delve deep in body image issues, whilst also reflecting on how our bodies change with ageing and how to cope with this, in a youth-obsessed world. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.
To find out more about Katie:
Website: www.katiebeecher.com
 
Facebook: www.facebook.com/beechermedicalintuitive
 
Instagram: katiebeecher_medical_intuitive
 
Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Katie-Beecher/e/B095RP8NTK
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01/15/23 – Revaya B – Israel – ”Bill’s Story” – Part 9 Listen to Revaya   share on “Bill's Story" pages 14 – 16
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You may be several steps along the eating disorder recovery road. You may have stopped old behaviours, managed weight restoration and have a much better relationship with food than before. However, you may still feel preoccupied with food, have poor body ima” id=”2YzL8E4qZGS” vid=”2YzL8E4qZGS” id-for-player=”2YzL8E4qZGS” link=”/listen/when-you-feel-stuck-in-quasi-recovery-from-an-eating-disorder-2YzL8E4qZGS/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
When You Feel Stuck in Quasi-Recovery from an Eating Disorder A Bite-Size episode about quasi-recovery.
You may be several steps along the eating disorder recovery road. You may have stopped old behaviours, managed weight restoration and have a much better relationship with food than before. However, you may still feel preoccupied with food, have poor body image and low self-worth. You may feel that being quasi-recovered is almost worse in some respects. You feel in limbo. You don't have your eating disorder to hold onto, as you did before. There is a fear and void when you think about trying to fill your life with other things and when you look to the future.
 
If you resonate with the above, then this episode is for you. I talk about the challenges of quasi-recovery and how you can begin to shift to a place of full recovery and finding genuine peace and contentment with food and your body. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
#126: Difficult Conversations To Have with Dr. Charlynn Small & Dr. Mazella Fuller (part two) Dr. Mazella Fuller is a clinical associate on staff at the Counseling and Psychological Services of Duke University. Dr. Fuller provides clinical services, consultation, and training for social work and psychology interns. She has worked in education for many years as a high school teacher, adjunct instructor, consultant, and clinician. Dr. Fuller is an integrative health coach, and graduate of Duke Integrative Medicine. She is a certified member and approved supervisor (CEDS-S) of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (iaedp™) and completed the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program through the Duke Integrative Medicine/Duke University Medical Center. Her clinical focus areas are brief therapy and young adult development, couples, gender and social justice, equity and inclusion, and women's leadership development. Dr. Fuller received her MSW from Smith College for Social Work in Northampton, Massachusetts, Amherst. Dr. Fuller has served as a member of the advisory board for the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). She is the Co-Editor of Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician Guide. She is also the Co-Founder and Principal of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity. Dr. Charlynn Small, PhD, LCP, CEDS-S is Assistant Director for Health Promotions at the University of Richmond’s Counseling and Psychological Services in Virginia. She received her PhD from Howard University’s School of Education. Dr. Small is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals Foundation (iaedpTM) and is a certified member and Approved Supervisor (CEDS-S) of iaedpTM. She co-founded the Foundation’s African-American Eating Disorders Professionals (AAEDP) Committee and has also served on the Advisory Board for the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences on the treatment of eating disorders in college populations. Dr. Small is co-founder of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity and also is the co-editor of Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician’s Guide, Routledge, Taylor & Francis (July, 2021). We discuss topics including: Understanding Cultural Humility The importance of having a sense of belonging Learning to be uncomfortable with having conversations that make you feel uncomfortable Doing your own work and not being judgmental Learn about your own culture, ethnicity and values SHOW NOTES: https://www.antiracismandequity.com/ (book) Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician Guide [email protected] [email protected] www.membershare.iaedp.com (African-American Eating Disorders Professionals (AAEDP) Committee and People of Color  (POC-AAEDP) Subcommittee ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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 Tra
These commitments are great but they are also up in the clouds and not entirely meaningful to the brain.
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Overcome an Eating Disorder by Making Commitments that Work FOR You! Many people make commitments in the process of overcoming an eating disorder which might be things like, 'I will eat without restriction'; 'I will non purge' etc etc…
These commitments are great but they are also up in the clouds and not entirely meaningful to the brain.
One way to make those commitments work FOR you is by using If-Then statements to pin those commitments down to your real life and see them through.
Take a listen to find out more!
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Debbie and Sarah chat about what we can do to be more proactive in our desire for full health and happiness, and in order to prevent the small but significant slide into behaviours and thoughts.

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Pushing on beyond your eating disorder in 2023 We continue an exploration of how to gain and maintain recovery momentum in the early part of 2023.

Debbie and Sarah chat about what we can do to be more proactive in our desire for full health and happiness, and in order to prevent the small but significant slide into behaviours and thoughts.

Listen as our hosts talk about the tactical steps which improve how we feel in this moment, one day from now, one week from now, and one month from now.

Hear them reflect on what worked for their recovery, as they made certain positive and proactive decisions to step away from their ‘poorly thinking’ and into safer and more recovery-focused territory.

Consider as you listen, what it is that you could do to aid your progress, such that you take responsibility for where you are today and where you want to be in the future.

Who might you surround yourself? What conversations are needed? What scenarios are keeping you stuck or ‘dependent’?
Feel free to share your insights and experiences by emailing [email protected]
SS6 episode #10: I did not weigh myself for 2,5 months and this happened…. Hey guys, this is a new episode! I did a little experiment, and I am sharing with you the results. Enjoy this episode and learn to trust yourself! Follow @iamstuffed_com on IG and @iamstuffed.nl on Tiktok
People Pleasing and Eating Disorders: Personal Sharing; The Costs and How to Change If you struggle with an eating disorder, you may well be someone who is very caring and empathetic towards others. You may sometimes take this too far and overlook your own needs, whilst pleasing others and needing their approval. In this episode, I talk about people pleasing and eating disorders, sharing aspects of my own journey. I explore the costs of continual pleasing and also how to begin change. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
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9 Ways that Therapy can Support You in Eating Disorder Recovery Another bite-size episode! Today, I'm talking about 9 ways that therapy can support you in eating disorder recovery. I'm an integrative counsellor and my way, is certainly not the only way! But I hope that this episode will give you some insights and understanding into working on the deeper issues, the symptoms and understanding the psychology of eating disorders better. I hope that you enjoy it.
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01/08/23 – Mandy W. – Colorado – ”Bill’s Story” Part 8 Listen to Mandy W.  share on “Bill's Story" pages 13 – 14
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Eating Disorder Recovery, Diet Culture, Friendship and Finding Community, with Janice Nierstedt-Keegan Today I’m speaking to Janice Niersted–Keegan from Maryland, USA. Janice is a sign language interpreter, is a married mum of two and eating disorder recovery warrior.
Janice started her first diet and compulsively exercising when only 11 years old. At 14 years old, her eating continued to be restrictive, and this developed into bulimia from 15 to 21 years. In the episode today, Janice shares about her recovery journey from bulimia, talking us through the combination of individual and group therapy that she experienced; the impact of diet culture and supportive friendship, and then onto how she developed a healthy relationship with movement, focusing more on what her body could do, rather than aesthetics. Today she enjoys trapeze and fully embraces joyful movement! She has also truly found her community and sense of purpose in the world.
Janice has been recovered now for many years and in her job as sign language interpreter, her favourite type of interpretation is 12 steps addiction recovery and mental health. She also loves listening to podcasts, learning and reading about eating disorders and in personal growth.  I hope that you enjoy the conversation.
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[email protected]
SS6 episode #9: The consequences of purging Hey guys, new episode! I normally do not talk that much about this subject. But I feel that people should know this specifically, because it’s the beginning of the new year and you can change this bad behavior. Follow @iamstuffed_com on IG or @iamstuffed.nl

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New Year ‘Normal’ – Maintaining Recovery Momentum in 2023 Sarah and Debbie kickstart 2023 with an episode exploring how to maintain recovery momentum in the face of ‘new year, new you’ dialogue and a world obsessed with January self-improvement.

Our hosts share insights into how they managed to downplay the cultural narrative in new year periods throughout their recovery, and offer timely advice for parents and carers seeking to help loved ones move forward over the coming 12 months.

If you’d like to share updates about your own personal progress and triumphs throughout 2022, and perhaps your intentions for 2023, please contact us.

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Do I Have an Unhealthy Relationship with Exercise? Exercise has wonderful benefits for physical and emotional health. However, when exercise gets wrapped up in an eating disorder, it can become rigid, compulsive and frankly joyless. In this Bite Size episode, I explore factors that might indicate that your relationship with exercise may be unhealthy and how to begin to turn this around. I hope that enjoy it.
SS7 episode #8: The #1 thing you should do for your health as an ED-patient‼️ Hey guys! Best wishes! New episode is out. Don’t forget to share and repost. Follow IG @iamstuffed_com or tiktok @iamstuffed.nl
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01/01/23 – Dennise B. – Dublin, Ireland – ”Bill’s Story” Part 7 Listen to Dennise B.  share on “Bill's Story" pages 11-12
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Why Can’t I Just Love My Body? The Seduction of Chasing Thinness Today is a Bite Size episode exploring the seduction of chasing thinness and weight loss. Why do we do it? What makes it so compelling? How can we shift gears and view things differently? I hope that you enjoy it!
#125: Difficult Conversations To Have with Dr. Charlynn Small & Dr. Mazella Fuller (part one) Dr. Mazella Fuller is a clinical associate on staff at the Counseling and Psychological Services of Duke University. Dr. Fuller provides clinical services, consultation, and training for social work and psychology interns. She has worked in education for many years as a high school teacher, adjunct instructor, consultant, and clinician. Dr. Fuller is an integrative health coach, and graduate of Duke Integrative Medicine. She is a certified member and approved supervisor (CEDS-S) of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (iaedp™) and completed the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction Program through the Duke Integrative Medicine/Duke University Medical Center. Her clinical focus areas are brief therapy and young adult development, couples, gender and social justice, equity and inclusion, and women's leadership development. Dr. Fuller received her MSW from Smith College for Social Work in Northampton, Massachusetts, Amherst. Dr. Fuller has served as a member of the advisory board for the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). She is the Co-Editor of Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician Guide. She is also the Co-Founder and Principal of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity. Dr. Charlynn Small, PhD, LCP, CEDS-S is Assistant Director for Health Promotions at the University of Richmond’s Counseling and Psychological Services in Virginia. She received her PhD from Howard University’s School of Education. Dr. Small is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals Foundation (iaedpTM) and is a certified member and Approved Supervisor (CEDS-S) of iaedpTM. She co-founded the Foundation’s African-American Eating Disorders Professionals (AAEDP) Committee and has also served on the Advisory Board for the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD). She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences on the treatment of eating disorders in college populations. Dr. Small is co-founder of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity and also is the co-editor of Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician’s Guide, Routledge, Taylor & Francis (July, 2021). We discuss topics including: The development of their book “Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders” HAES and black women Racism Beauty standards in the black community Assessing for sexual abuse  Reclaiming the word “fat” Structural racism and needing culturally competent providers What is REI (Race, Equity and Inclusion)?   SHOW NOTES: https://www.antiracismandequity.com/ (book) Treating Black Women with Eating Disorders: A Clinician Guide [email protected] [email protected] www.membershare.iaedp.com  (African-American Eating Disorders Professionals (AAEDP) Committee and People of Color  (POC-AAEDP) Subcommittee ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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
7 Tips for Creating Eating Disorder Recovery Goals in 2023 In this episode, I share my 7 tips to support you in making eating disorder recovery goals in 2023. Of course, you don't have to set goals just because it's the New Year, as recovery is an ongoing process and you can absolutely be inspired for change at any point. But for those of you who are seeking to prioritise change around eating and body image in 2023, this one is for you. I hope that you enjoy it!
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Orthorexia v Healthy – 5 Ways to Tell the Difference In this Bite Size episode, I consider the differences between Orthorexia and finding balanced health. Many of my clients struggle with this and have a fear of letting go of super-healthy eating practices. I hope that you find it helpful.
If you're enjoying the Bite Size episodes, do let me know. Thank you!
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Do you Need to Work on Underlying Trauma or the Root Cause in Eating Disorder Recovery? Many eating disorder support interventions focus on behavioural change and symptoms only. These are valuable and necessary parts of the recovery process but in isolation, there is a risk of quasi-recovery with low self-esteem, core beliefs and deeper issues remaining.
In this Bite Size episode, I consider the value of the deeper work and also bring some of my own experience into the conversation. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
The extreme hunger experienced can be overwhelming and frightening when it hits, especially when a person is coming from a history of very restrictive eating.
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Eat to Extreme Hunger to Overcome an Eating Disorder In eating disorder recovery, many people experience very high or 'extreme' levels of hunger.
The extreme hunger experienced can be overwhelming and frightening when it hits, especially when a person is coming from a history of very restrictive eating.
This episode is about what extreme hunger can feel like and it is about some of my experiences when it came to navigating it.
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How Art Psychotherapy can Support Eating Disorder Recovery, with Eve Jones Today I’m talking to Eve Jones – a HCPC Art Psychotherapist specialising in body image and disordered eating. Her experience includes work in the NHS, education, charity, and private sector, and Eve also works in private practice online.  
Eve studied Costume and Set Design at University but found herself unfulfilled by the course. She found that she loved thinking about how creative pursuits supported story telling and in the details of this, how an audience could truly get a sense of the characters or environments presented to them.
This really began Eve’s own journey for finding meaning, realising that she wanted to work with people in a meaningful way. She wondered if her curiosity for noticing the details in storytelling could apply to working with people in a therapeutic context.
So Eve went on to study Art Psychotherapy – and she would use her art-making practice to build model boxes to reflect on clinical work and her own private practice. She truly feels that she has found the right career path and enjoys this work so much.
In the conversation, Eve explores her journey into Art Therapy. She explains how Art Therapy works, dispelling many myths around this and talks of the benefits, particularly in relation to eating disorders and body image. Eve is incredibly passionate about the work she does. This shines through in the episode, instilling hope and inspiration for navigating different recovery paths, whilst embracing creativity. I hope that you enjoy the episode.
To find out more about Eve: –
Instagram @arttherapywitheve
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12/25/22 – Dawn B. D. – ”Bill’s Story” Part 6 Listen to Dawn B. D.  share on “Bill's Story" pages 8 – 10
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The overwhelm of social events.
Comments from others about your body.
Managing Christmas dinner.
Navigating tricky relationships.
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5 Tips for Coping with Christmas in Eating Disorder Recovery This is a bite-size bonus episode! I'm exploring some of the key struggles that you may face over the Christmas period and some suggestions in navigating through this.
The overwhelm of social events.
Comments from others about your body.
Managing Christmas dinner.
Navigating tricky relationships.
Thoughts on how a family member can support someone struggling.
I hope that you enjoy it.
3 Ways to Cope with Body Comments at Christmas, When you’re in Eating Disorder Recovery When you're in eating disorder recovery, it can be very difficult to deal with changes in your body. You might also feel incredibly anxious about others' commenting and inadvertently triggering you back into old disordered eating behaviours. This can be particularly challenging at Christmas, with the numerous social events going on and the exposure to numerous friends and family members.
In this Bite Size episode, I explore 3 tips to manage this and stay rooted in your own recovery journey. I hope that you enjoy it.
SS6 episode #7: I feel like a burden with my eating disorder Feeling too much is something I often encouter in the ED-community. I felt this way myself for some time. But what really is the core issue? In this episode I will explain what it is. Follow @iamstuffed_com on IG or @iamstuffed.nl on tiktok
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Eating Disorder Recovery need NOT Be a Tug of War Part Two In part one (the last episode), I discussed the analogy of eating disorder recovery as a tug of war and explained that when it feels like you are fighting that inner battle with the eating disorder, it is time to put the rope down and walk away…
This episode covers some practical recovery examples of what battling the eating disorder in that tug of war looks like and what it does look like to stop the fight and just move towards your future free life.
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12/18/22 – Lulu S. – Minnesota – ”Bill’s Story” – Part 5 Listen to Lulu S. share on “Bill's Story" pages 7 – 8
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Eating Disorder Healing and Writing the Book She Needed in Recovery, with Brooke Heberling Today I’m talking to Brooke Heberling, author of the bestselling novel Protecting Her Peace. Brooke is a teacher, advocate, and eating disorder survivor who wants to use her story of recovery to help others know, that there is hope in fighting for freedom from the disorders and addictions that hold us hostage. 
Brooke worked with Jessica Flint and her team at Recovery Warriors from 2017-2020 as Editor and Chief-Social-Media Director, and top writing contributor.
She received the Humanitarian Award for her advocacy work in the eating disorder community from The Manna Fund in 2022, while also donating $13,000 to the Fund that helped her pay for her own eating disorder treatment in 2016 when she ran out of money but still needed time to heal. 
Brooke is also an ex-ultramarathon runner who almost lost her life to exercise addiction and anorexia. She decided to get help when she saw her own two children beginning to use behaviours around food that she wished repeatedly that she’d never learned. Brooke went to inpatient treatment for seven weeks at The Carolina House in Durham, North Carolina in February of 2016, followed by further treatment at Atlanta Centre for Eating Disorders. It took Brooke eight months of treatment, but with hard work and hard truths, she came out a survivor. 
Following her own journey, Brooke was determined to create the book that she needed at the start of her eating disorder journey. She recognised that there were already many non-fiction resources out there, but her heart needed to see proof from the survivors who paved the way before her in recovery.
In Brooke’s book, Protecting her Peace, her main character, Ruby Blue, lives a story of perseverance and grit to encourage anyone suffering – that there is a way out of an eating disorder, while also enlightening the depths of the disease to those who may not understand it. It is a book that hits all the topics that many women face on a daily basis: marriage, motherhood, friendship, anxiety, depression, addiction, disordered eating, and disordered exercising.
In this conversation, Brooke shares the ups and downs of her tumultuous journey in eating disorder recovery, and how she navigated through to find a place of true healing. She also talks about her book, the motivation behind this and how it can be a great source of information and support to anyone suffering with an eating disorder, and their families. I hope that you enjoy the episode

To find out more about Brooke:-
Instagram: @authorbrookeheberling 
Book: ‘Protecting Her Peace’ by Brooke Heberling https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0BJNWT67Q/ref=ewc_pr_img_1?smid=A3TJVJMBQL014A&psc=1
99. Heather Russo (she/hers), Chief Clinical Officer at Alsana, joins to discuss the state of eating disorder care and healing Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis are excited to welcome Heather Russo, LMFT, CEDS-S, Chief Clinical Officer at Alsana, an eating disorder recovery community and treatment proivder with programs in Alabama, California, and Missouri (as well as virtual services nation-wide). Heather is responsible for nurturing the growth and success of Alsana's clinical treatment teams and maintaining the integrity and efficacy of the Adaptive Care Model®’s Therapeutic Dimension. The discussion was very insightful, and covered topics about adaptable and different approaches to nutrition and movement in treatment spaces, with an ultimate mission of being more inclusive. We very much appreciated Heather's perspective and knowledge, and look forward to following all the great work she's doing in the eating disorder care and healing space. Thank you, Heather!CW: eating disorder behaviors, eating disorder treatment spaces, mention of trauma histories, clinical work, family dynamics
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12/11/22 – Julie R. – ”Bill’s Story” – Part 4 Listen to Julie R. share on “Bill's Story" pages 5 – 7
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SS6 episode #7: Is an eating disorder a mental Illness? The big question for some of us. Is it? Or is it just a part of me? You will find out in this episode! Follow @iamstuffed_com on IG and @Iamstuffed.nl on Tiktok
#124: The Language You Use With Clients with Julia Cassidy Julia Cassidy, MS, RD, CEDRD-S is the Vice President of Clinical Nutrition Services for Alsana. Julia is an experienced RD who has worked in the Behavioral Health field for almost 20 years. Julia is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist Supervisor, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, and a Licensed Body Positive facilitator. Julia is the current Past Chair for BHN. (Behavioral Health Nutrition, Didactic Practice Group through the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics). Prior to becoming Chair for BHN Julia was the Mental Health Resource Professional for 2 years. Julia has presented the topic of eating disorders, mental health nutrition, nutrition for SUD recovery, food flexibility, dietary application of exposure and response prevention, and intuitive eating both nationally and internationally.  Julia is passionate about helping individuals heal their relationship with food and their body. Part of her work is teaching self-compassion and embracing the idea of the total embodiment of nutrition healing. Nutrition healing embraces the idea of eating for your personal well-being.  Julia feels strongly about meeting your needs through flexible, individualized eating based on hunger, satiety, nutritional needs, and sensory satisfaction. We discuss topics including: What being a licensed body positive facilitator is? The importance of food neutrality What is all inclusive nutrition? Understanding the reasons that brain nutrition is important Having the dietitian understand the reason a client chooses a specific food Show Notes: www.alsana.com www.thriving-nutrition.net www.instagram.com/juliacassidyrd   ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.
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Eating Disorder Recovery Need NOT be a Tug of War Part One Eating disorder recovery very often feels like a constant game of tug of war between you (in recovery) and the eating disorder.  This looks like constant mental battles, mental gymnastics and negotiations.  It is exhausting, anxiety provoking and distressing.
However, what if recovery doesn't need to be like this?
What if you don't need to engage in that tug of war and still make progress in your recovery?
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Eating Disorder Recovery, Finding your Why for Change, Intuitive Eating and Body Image Tips, with Sabrina Magnan Today I’m talking to Sabrina Magnan, a Food Freedom & Intuitive Eating Coach, based in Montreal, Canada. She helps chronic dieters heal their relationship with food & their bodies, and develop realistic and lasting health-promoting habits.
Sabrina has been on her own food healing journey through her battle with orthorexia, disordered eating, body dysmorphia and yo-yo dieting. Having experienced this for many years, she deeply understands what it’s like to have your entire life revolve around food & your body.
After discovering what actually works in recovery, to stop feeling out of control around food and understanding the psychology of behaviour change, Sabrina now supports women all over the world to help them find true health, free from obsession & guilt.
In this episode today, Sabrina talks about the ups and downs of her healing journey, including a holiday to Italy which kickstarted recovery and the beginnings of developing a joyful relationship with food. She talks about finding motivation and exploring your ‘why’ for change. Sabrina untangles the myths around health equating thinness and finding your own peaceful place with your body. She also shares her effective body image tips, which she has utilised in her own journey and now shares with her clients today. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.
 
To find out more about Sabrina: –
Food Freedom Academy (Enrolment for January 2023 Group Currently open): www.sabrinamagnan.com/academy
Instagram: @Sabrina.magnan.health : https://www.instagram.com/sabrina.magnan.health/
Podcast: www.sabrinamagnan.com/podcast
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The Neuro-Biology of Hunger. What Happens in Eating Disorders? The way in which the body monitors our energy levels and need for food is through a variety of different processes, chemicals and structures (all very complicated!).
In this episode, I explore what these processes are in a 'healthy' person and how they differ when someone is experiencing an eating disorder.
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#123: The Body Positive with Connie Sobczak Connie Sobczak is the author of Embody: Learning to Love Your Unique Body (and quiet that critical voice!), her book in which she skillfully and lovingly reconnects readers to their precious bodies, life force, and authentic beauty.  Connie’s experience with an eating disorder in her teen years and the death of her sister Stephanie fueled her desire to create a new world for her daughter Carmen to grow up in; one where all people are free to love their bodies. In 1996, she co-founded The Body Positive, a nonprofit organization that teaches people to listen to their bodies, learn, and thrive.  As a result, millions of people have been given practical tools to develop balanced, joyful self-care and a relationship with their bodies that is guided by love, forgiveness, self-care and a relationship with their bodies that is guided by love, forgiveness, and humor. In Connie’s 2021 TEDx Talk, Embracing Your Critical Voice: The Gateway to Self-Love, she shares her painful yet powerful journey to self-love, and offers ways for others to get there as well. Connie’s passion is watching the light that emerges when people recognize and embrace their magnificent selves. We discuss topics including: What is body positive? Embracing your critical voice Quiet the critical voice, hearing it and becoming aware of it. Have community around you Be reminded of who you are The “shield of self-love” SHOW NOTES: www.thebodypositive.org www.conniesobczak.com (TEDx talk) “Embracing your critical voice: The Gateway to Self-Love” (book) Embody: Learning to Love Your Unique Body ____________________________________________ If you have any questions regarding the topics discussed on this podcast, please reach out to Robyn directly via email: [email protected] 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.
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12/04/23 – Anne Marie – Pennsylvania – ”Bill’s Story” – Part 3 Listen to Anne Marie . share on “Bill's Story" pages 4 – 5
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Healing Eating Disorders and Problems with Over-Exercise in Athletes, Sports-persons and in Fitness, with Brooke Carlson Today I’m talking to Brooke Carlson, an eating disorder therapist and Licensed Professional Clinical Counsellor, working primarily with adolescents and young adults and based in Minnesota, USA. Brooke has worked for a nationwide eating disorder treatment centre for three years called The Emily Program. Brooke was an outpatient therapist and partial hospitalisation program coordinator during that time,  also whilst running a recovery support group. Prior to this, Brooke worked at a university counselling centre, where she  found her passion for working with students with eating disorders 
 
Brooke now works in private practice as an eating disorder expert and sees clients all day with the hope of creating an Intensive Outpatient Programme in the future. She is also an eating disorder ambassador for the state where she helps with social media and petitioning for congress, and legislation for more resources and care for eating disorders in the state. Brooke has never personally suffered with an eating disorder, however she has struggled with her own disordered eating and body image distress. She brings this experience with compassion and understanding to her therapy work. 
 
In this episode today, Brooke talks about over-exercise in eating disorders – looking particularly at athletes and sports persons, and also expanding this out to anyone who may be struggling with over-exercise.
 
If you’re an athlete or have a passion for sports or exercise, this can be a real risk factor for a tricky relationship with food and poor body image. It’s hard sometimes to notice when this has become disordered with the pressures to train, to improve times and ability, and to compete and perform. Brooke shares her valuable skills and tips in how to address a problematic relationship with exercise and to move towards finding a balanced place. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.
 
Contact details for Brooke: –
https://allintherapyclinic.com/team/brooke-carlson/
ALL IN Therapy Clinic 1800 Wayzata Blvd Minnetonka, MN 55305 651-271-1665 [email protected]
Book recommendations from the episode: –
‘Perfectly Imperfect,’ by Amy Harman
‘Beyond Beautiful,’ by Anoushka Reece
‘Eating in the Light of the Moon,’ by Dr. Johnston
SS6 episode #6: December; RELAPSE SEASON!????? This episode is all about relapsing in the month December. This episode is all about mindset! In this episode are tips on how to dose recovery in this month and still be in the state of recovery. Follow iamstuffed_com on IG or iamstuffed.nl on tiktok
SS6 episode #5: She is gaining less weight and she already got her period!?? I get the frustrating feeling and comparing. That’s why this episode! Spefically people that focus on the following “I have a healthy BMI already! Why is it not coming?”. This one is for you. Follow @iamstufffed_com and @iamstuffed.nl on tiktok
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Recognising ALL the Signs of Hunger in Eating Disorder Recovery Hunger can manifest in many different ways, particularly when you are in eating disorder recovery, your physical hunger cues are unreliable and you have lost the ability to recognise what is hunger and what isn't in the way 'normal' people do.
In this episode I talk about all the different ways hunger can manifest physically, mentally, emotionally and in the way you behave.
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