A brief introduction to the "8 Podcasts About Eating Disorders To Help You On the Road to Recovery" playlist, which highlights the experiences of individuals who have different bodies, identities and/or backgrounds from the mainstream eating disorder canon.
Rachel Wilshusen, author of Emancipated Love Junkie: Liberating Myself From Anorexia, discusses her non-linear road to recovery and why asking for help was the best decision she ever made.
Daph Levy describes her current journey toward eating disorder recovery and how she plans to revolutionize the field of dietetics.
Dr. Marcella Raimondo discusses how people's experiences with eating disorders can vary and why POC representation is so important for treatment and recovery.
Paige Smathers defines the concept of "gentle nutrition" and offers some simple tips on how to incorporate food neutrality into your eating disorder recovery practices.
Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani explains why it is imperative for medical professionals to educate themselves about how trans and non-binary individuals may experience eating disorders differently from the "stereotypical" ED patient.
Dr. Jillian Lampert delves into the neurobiological underpinnings of eating disorders and explains how the personality traits that exacerbate disordered behavior can be reframed to aid in an individual's recovery.
Although the pandemic altered her road to eating disorder recovery, Christina Grasso reveals that re-entering treatment enabled her to be gentler with herself and feel better equipped to handle a life-long journey toward healing.
Today, Kathy welcomes Chelsea Kronengold, MA, and they talk about everything coming up around National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. This year, NEDA invites Every Body to Have a Seat at the Table, and we hope you can participate and help spread the word.