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How can I help my clients stop binge eating or emotional eating? Is food addiction a real thing? How can I help my clients get and stay motivated to make habit changes? How can I help my clients balance their desire for weight loss while prioritizing a peaceful relationship to food? Welcome to the Motivation Made Easy podcast where we will answer all of these questions and so much more! I am Dr. Shawn Hondorp, clinical psychologist and health behavior expert. On this podcast, we create shame ...
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Episode 111. I just loved this conversation with Natalie Deering. Natalie is the host of the podcast That Wellness Podcast which is a podcast she started in February 2023 and she’s already had some incredible guests including Dr. Richards Schwartz, Dr. Frank Anderson, and many others. We had a great conversation about many things, but Natalie reall…
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Episode 110. On this week’s podcast, we talk to Pooja Arora who you are going to absolutely love. (Peyton, my intern who edits the podcast says it was one of her favorite episodes ever). Even though I feel really excited about this episode, a part of me is definitely anxious. Why? Because on the podcast, we talk about a variety of methods of healin…
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Episode 109. Kate block is a gem. She’s a therapeutic bodyworker, yoga teacher, and fellow science lover. She’s also someone who walks the walk, meaning she listens to her body and what doesn’t feel right for her, and makes uncomfortable changes when necessary. Today you get to hear her story, and a whole bunch of wisdom, and I am confident you wil…
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Episode 108. Hi all! This episode was a super fun one for me. Basically, you get to sit down and hear a conversation with my dear friend Dr. Allie Richards. In this conversation, our goal was to have an honest conversation about our career trajectories as psychologists and how we’ve both strayed fairly far from much of the training we got in how to…
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Episode 107. Hey everyone! I just did something kinda painful. I went back to this very large google document where I’ve been journaling and documenting my thoughts since I started my business in Jan 2021. In August 2021, my grandpa had just died. I was super lucky to know all 4 of my grandparents for many years, but my grandpa was the last of the …
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Episode 106. Hey everyone! In this interview with Dr. Cortney Warren we cover the gamut of topics. Dr. Warren has an incredible amount of personal and professional wisdom to share with us, and to be honest, I had a hard time containing my excitement and making sure I asked everything I wanted to. She shares such wisdom about various ways our cultur…
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Episode 105. Hey there, wonderful listeners! I’m so excited to be back with you today for this great conversation with Dr. Dina Goldstein Silverman. This episode is packed with insights that will leave you feeling inspired and ready to embrace positive shifts in your approach to health. And if you’re anything like me, you’ll feel optimistic that we…
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Episode 104. Embracing The Power of Doing Nothing. Welcome back to the Motivation Made Easy podcast! I’m thrilled to have Taylor joining me once again on today’s episode where we take a moment to address the reason behind our podcast’s short pause. (See you very soon on November 27th!). This pause feels sort of like the end of a very long “season 2…
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Episode 103. Hey there, wonderful listeners! Dr. Shawn Hondorp here, and today, I am looking forward to sharing an important episode with you. In this episode, we’re diving into the essential topics of inclusivity and emotional safety in the wellness space. Inclusivity and Emotional Safety: A Personal Reflection As a cis-gender white woman with var…
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Episode 102. In a world that is gradually becoming more open and accepting, there are still many areas where we have a long way to go when it comes to inclusivity and acceptance. In the world of running, Coach Sammie B stands out as a beacon of hope, focusing on inclusivity and creating safe spaces for the LGBTQIA+ community. Her dedication to spre…
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Episode 101. Hey there, wonderful listeners! Dr. Shawn Hondorp here, and today, I am buzzing with excitement to share a truly enlightening episode with you. We're diving into the fascinating world of gut health, a topic that's been making waves lately but can also feel a bit overwhelming.Luckily, I had the pleasure of chatting with the brilliant Dr…
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Episode 100: Celebrating a Journey of Inspiring Insights and Life-Changing QuotesIf I had a dollar for every time I thought about or referenced something one of my podcast guests said, I'd be a very rich woman. Over the course of this podcast, I've had the privilege of meeting and learning from some truly incredible humans, and today, I'm thrilled …
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Episode 99. Sometimes things come into our life and we have no idea what it could do for us. In fact, sometimes we don't even realize we might be missing something until we experience it. That's how restarting dance as an adult was for me.I danced as a kid but never did tap. I got into adult tap dancing as a beginner two years ago. And it's just be…
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Episode 98. Today's episode is directly from an amazing community member question. Her question was: I would love to know ways that I, as a dietitian, can support my clients and even ways to help nudge them toward working with a therapist if they aren't already.Are there simple ways to help explain the importance of therapy, mindset, stress on weig…
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Episode 97. Do you struggle with the concept of intuitive eating? Do you in theory think it sounds amazing, but have a hard time making it a reality in your or your client's life? Are you a professional (therapist or dietitian) who loves intuitive eating but notices that some clients really have a hard time "getting it"? If so, this conversation is…
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Episode 96. More and more people and clinicians are talking about trauma. In this conversation with Dr. Greer Raggio, we cover what trauma is and how our understanding of it has changed. We talk about how crucial it is to understand, especially in eating disorders as 90% or so of people with binge eating disorder have a history of trauma.We talk ab…
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Episode 95. Do you feel stuck with your clients who have disordered eating or eating disorders? Do you have a hard time helping them navigate things like a desire for weight loss, or rigidity and fears around food? Do you want to help them unlock the next level of healing for them, and perhaps even for yourself? If so, this episode is for you. As a…
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Episode 94. Last episode I talked all about how Internal Family Systems (IFS) has changed my 1 on 1 practice. Check that episode out first if you haven't already because I give a general overview of IFS. This episode is all about some of the many ways IFS has impacted me personally, and some of the ways it's impacted me professionally and helped me…
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Episode 93. For this episode I recruited the wonderful Dr. Sapna Doshi back to interview me about my experiences in the past several months of immersing myself in the world of Internal Family Systems Theory.I've been learning IFS and beginning to apply it with several of my clients and have been seeing great results. It's also something I've been a…
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Episode 92. In this episode I share more about my journey, where I'm at now, and what I've learned so far. We had our second kiddo in January 2020. Covid shutdown happened March 2020. I put notice in at work June 2020 and left December 2020. I started this podcast February 1st, 2021. Prior to that I started this blog in September 2019.They say owni…
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Episode 91. Part 2 of my coffee chat with Dr. Sapna Doshi is here! So grab your favorite beverage of choice and join us for an honest conversation about the fields of weight management, eating disorders, and health.Our goal in this 2-part series is to have these episodes be relevant for:People (whether you are an individual looking for an empowerin…
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Episode 90. This conversation is a looooong time coming! I'd like you to imagine this conversation is happening with Sapna and I at a little coffee shop in Philadelphia that was near Drexel University where we both went for grad school. Our goal in this 2-part series is to have these episodes be relevant for:People (whether you are an individual lo…
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Episode 89. This is a conversation I've been wanting to have for a while. I loved talking to Sam in our episode in March of 2022. Check it out here. I brought her back on the podcast to help us better understand the pros and cons of high intensity exercise and help you to know whether or not it should be part of your journey now, or ever.Join Our U…
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Episode 88. When you think of your health and your health-related goals, what are the main areas you evaluate? Your eating habitsExercise routine Health data like weight, cholesterol levels, etc.What often is not considered as the first thought are things like sleep, stress and social relationships. And one of the (many) ways that diet culture and …
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Episode 87. This is a conversation I've been anticipating for a while now, but likely wouldn't have had even as recently as a few years ago. To be honest, I was scared to do it. As a professional who believes that no one should feel pressure to lose weight, I don't want to have anyone see that I have a podcast about this topic and believe I think t…
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Episode 86. Y'all. I have a personal celebrity on the podcast today. What to Expect in this InterviewIn this interview, we cover:The value of collaboration among people who are self-taught, and people with more traditional trainingThe parallels between shame in parenting and shame in eating and body stuffWhat to do if you're concerned that your kid…
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Episode 85. I am super excited to share this conversation for a few reasons. First, we talk about a topic that literally is relevant to everyone, regardless of your body size or history of how much you've struggled with your eating.Second, I've been wanting to connect with Dr. Robyn Pashby for a while now, so many people told us we should chat! I l…
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Episode 84. Karen was spiraling. She had been doing so well. She was eating well, walking daily and feeling great. But for some reason today she felt off. She ate more than usual at lunch, maybe because she was scrolling mindlessly on her phone and saw a few upsetting posts about someone she went to high school with who is battling cancer. She kept…
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Episode 83. We talk a lot on this podcast about the harmful ways weight is discussed in medical settings. But what about the harm that's caused when weight isn't discussed at all? I sat down with Dr. Emily Cordes, DO to have this important conversation. Dr. Cordes was trained in a traditional medical setting as a primary care physician. However, sh…
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Episode 82. A common question I get from people considering weight loss surgery is "will bariatric surgery help with binge eating?", or "can I actually practice intuitive eating or a non-diet approach to eating after surgery"? or "How can I try to get rid of diet mentality if I have to follow a specific diet?" These are excellent questions and toda…
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Episode 81. "My metabolism is damaged."This is a common concern I hear.And I get it. Chronic weight loss dieting does often have a very negative impact on our bodies and our metabolism. Ignoring hunger, going long periods of time without eating, eating foods because some "expert" told us it was good for us, often leads to stress, inflammation, mist…
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Episode 80. What do you think is the reason for your binge eating or emotional eating?And when I say binge eating, what I mean is any eating you are doing where you feel even slightly out of control, guilty about it, feel like you "should" restrict certain foods, have certain food rules (even if they feel like they are "healthy" rules).Any and all …
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Episode 79. Struggling with consistency for healthy habits? Over and over you have the intention, but it just isn't happening. It's good for you. You feel excellent after you do it. And yet, you keep failing.Guess what? It's time to change how you are talking to yourself.Today we are going to talk about how language affects our motivation for healt…
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"I know what I need to do to [stop binge eating/emotional eating], I'm just not doing it."If I had a dollar for every time a client said that to me, I'd be a very rich woman.I'm here to tell you, all the knowledge in the world probably won't be enough. I should know.I got my Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology studying weight management and binge eating.A…
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Episode 77. What Does My Body Image Have to Do With My Anxiety? For this special episode I sat down with my friend and colleague Dr. Julia King, a fellow psychologist who specializes in anxiety, body image and disordered eating.We cover a lot in this conversation including:How your anxiety is keeping you stuck in a cycle of disordered eating and po…
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Episode 76. Have you ever thought...Why can't I stop emotional eating? Happy, sad, anxious, bored... eating is my go to! Why can't I just cope with my emotions without food like "normal people"! Or,Why can't I have a little more self-control and break out of the cycle?Well today we are going to answer all of those questions, but also I will address…
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Episode 75. Hello my dear listeners and readers. I'm typically honest on this podcast and blog, but this time I'm going to break it down and be super honest. Despite being VERY intentional and trying everything I could try to not buy into hustle culture in my business, I fell into the trap. At times, I have pushed myself and my team too hard and ul…
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Episode 74. Today I am so excited to be speaking to Atheana Brown, RD, on an incredibly important topic area. Parenting, eating, and bodies -- all things that can bring up pain, struggle, and shame for so many of us.We are going to be covering all things related to raising kids as an intuitive eater, particularly if you are struggling with un-learn…
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Episode 73. For this episode, I had the opportunity to speak with Julie Satterfeal, MS, RD. We had a great conversation around common questions I get around how to incorporate nutritious eating within a non-diet (i.e., non-weight focused framework). What To Expect in This Interview:We cover the following topics:How Julie's noticing of her own thin …
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Episode 72. I've said it before and I will say it again, I am often profoundly changed by the impact of the conversations I have on this podcast. I still remember quotes and concepts from people I interviewed a year ago, and I still sometimes re-listen to the conversations to remind myself of the lessons I learned from them.This conversation with D…
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Episode 71. What does March Madness have to teach us about our relationship to food and our eating habits? In this episode of the Motivation Made Easy podcast you will find out!What to Expect In This EpisodeWhat watching March Madness basketball teaches us about motivationHow we can understand the role of diet culture, pressure and body shame on ou…
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Episode 70. Today's post and episode is actually a replay of my conversation last summer with Dr. Jillian Murphy, ND. I don't replay episodes all that often, but I realized many people missed this one, and it's truly a crucial on in understanding this approach, understanding Health at Every Size, Intuitive Eating, and the somewhat less talked about…
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Episode 69. Frustrated with emotional eating and not sure where to turn? Have you tried all the things, all the diets, all the "lifestyle" change programs only to worry that you "self-sabotage" by emotional eating? Do you feel like if you could just "stop emotional eating" then all would be writh in the world? Well, today we will touch on what's ke…
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Episode 68. Today I’m so excited to talk with Jessi Holden. I found her via Google search, and then learned she lives right by me! We had a really cool conversation about the ways you can support autonomy and desire for weight loss all at the same time!What to Expect In This EpisodeIn this interview, we cover:Can a weight inclusive approach (e.g., …
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Episode 67. Simplify. Play. Choose Joy. How does THAT sound to you, friends? In today's episode, I got to sit down with Dr. Michelle Segar, someone whose work I deeply admire, and this only was amplified after our conversation. It was a reminder to me that even people who have tons of research publications and two books have self-doubt, but that pe…
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Episode 66. Today I'm talking to Colleen Christensen, RD, ALL about Intuitive Eating, set point weight, and how to embrace the journey even when you are scared to do so.We cover the following (and more!):Colleen's history of an eating disorder, how she healed it, and how she can to doing this work.The main things that helped her break out of the di…
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Episode 65. Today I'm talking to Courtney Gayle (I know her from middle school as Courtney Warford). Courtney Gayle is an Austin-based singer/model/actress. Known for her powerful-yet-intimate vocal style, she frequently performs solo and with groups throughout the country.As an actress, her one-woman show, “The Blurred Lines,” made a splash at the…
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Episode 64. Today I have the pleasure of talking with Samantha Barash!What We Cover in This Week's Episode:Samantha’s personal experience with diet culture,How nutritional education is sending out mixed messages,The process of removing shame from fitness,The journey of transforming her cycle studio into a safe space for women to move freely,& Refra…
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Episode 63. Today I'm taking you on a behind the scenes tour of The Body Respect Program. I'm going to talk about how it's evolved over the years I've been doing it (I started it in a much different form as an in person group in Chicago back in 2011), why I created it, how it's teaching people to regain trust with their bodies after years of chroni…
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Episode 62. Ever wondered what is beneath your pattern of emotional eating or binge eating? Often, it's dieting and restriction driving the cycle. However, underneath that, there many be something else going on too. If you've ever wondered what emotional eating or binge eating might be covering up, this conversation is for you? Dr. Sumer Ledet is a…
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