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This is a podcast all about eating disorder recovery, providing frequent bite-size episodes containing information, inspiration, motivation and hope, as well as some relevant research and neuroscience, to help anyone be more feck it, fun, fabulous and free in their eating disorder recovery. Hosted by Helly Barnes, a woman who has lived with an eating disorder for over a decade as an adult, has navigated the tricky and messy recovery process, and who now works as a professional eating disorde ...
 
Since 2007 Nutrition Therapist Robyn Goldberg has been on the front lines of helping people heal their relationships with food, movement, medical conditions and their bodies. The Eating Disorder Trap Podcast creates an expansive support and resource system for people struggling with eating disorders. Bringing to the table her experience as an IAEDP certified eating disorder registered dietitian/supervisor and certified intuitive eating counselor, Robyn Goldberg thoughtfully interviews a vari ...
 
Join psychologist Dr Rachel Evans (PhD) as she talks to fellow experts in eating disorder recovery and ED survivors with inspiring stories. This podcast is intended to help those recovering to shift their mindset, develop new skills and find their own version of normal eating. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rachel-evans8/support
 
I'm Maureen Kritzer-Lange a Psychoanalyst specializing in Eating Disorders (The Queen of Self Esteem & creator of the “Don't Trust the Mirror” Movement). This is my personal story of my struggles with an eating disorder. I thought it would take my life. I had nobody to talk to so I began journaling while in high school. In my podcast I share stories from this journal and then use my psychoanalyst perspective to reflect on my “younger” self. My life mission is to help women get their lives ba ...
 
You can put an end to food obsessions, body dissatisfaction and cravings. You can make peace with food and your body and have the energy and vitality you want! And you can be healthy without dieting. I'm Carolyn Coker Ross, MD and I'm a specialist in treating binge eating, food addiction and emotional eating and I'd love to teach you how to regain your self-confidence, end your struggle with food and weight and be free to live your life again.
 
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 ...
 
Introducing Melrose Heals: A conversation about eating disorders. The podcast is hosted by Melrose Center’s licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Karen Nelson. Melrose Heals is designed to explore, discuss and understand eating disorders. We have over 35 years of experience caring for all types of eating disorders, affecting all sorts of people. We would love to share some of our knowledge with you. Because in the end, we believe that recovery is possible. It’s only when we have honest conversa ...
 
This show will explore the deeper meaning of our relationship with food. We dive into issues related to body image, restriction, bingeing, purging, compulsive exercise, and eating disorder related behaviors. We utilize ideas from psychoanalysis, the deep work therapy, to bring you answers about why you do the things you do and one step closer to a healthier relationship with food and yourself.
 
Eating Disorders are complex and challenging to navigate, whether you are a sufferer, professional or family / loved one of a sufferer. Join Peer Recovery Specialist Coach, Kirsten Hunneyball as she gets curious about recovery by interviewing professionals, chatting to ED survivors, and sharing her personal ED experience so that you can better understand various perspectives, remove stigma, hear inspiring testimonies and simply get curious about all things eating disorder related. Not meant ...
 
- FIND FOOD & BODY FREEDOM & HEAL FROM DISORDERED EATING - + Intuitive Eating & Holistic Recovery Principles for eating disorder recovery _____ Do you find yourself constantly thinking about food? Wondering if you will wake up one day free from the obsessive thoughts & damaging behaviors? Do you struggle with the desire to control & therefore have an unhealthy relationship with food & your body? Maybe, you’ve tried to find a way out before, but the controlling voice inside tells you it’s jus ...
 
A podcast raising awareness of eating disorders in the Middle East, produced by the Middle East Eating Disorders Association, a not-for-profit aiming to support prevention and awareness of Eating Disorders, as well as professional training, research and support to patients across the whole Middle East area.Alongside guests and listeners’ questions, the podcast aims to cover a wide diversity of aspects regarding eating disorders’ diagnosis, treatment, recovery, as well as support to patients ...
 
Hear stories of experience, strength, and hope from members of the 12 step group “Eating Disorders Anonymous”. To submit content from EDA speaker meetings, contact EDAPodcast@gmail.com . We are not officially affiliated with EDA, so direct all other inquiries to EDA’s website eatingdisordersanonymous.org . The information shared here reflects the experiences and beliefs of individual participants, and does not represent EDA as a whole.
 
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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…
 
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…
 
ENTER TO WIN- Jenna will be gifting her new book, Intuitive Eating for Life, to 3 Full and Thriving listeners. To enter the giveaway, please write and honest review of the podcast and send or tag Meg in a screenshot of what you write. We will randomly select three winners.ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode join Meg and Jenna as they talk about how m…
 
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 …
 
What is trauma? Well, in the past, most people would say, "Trauma is severe abuse or neglect." But our more modern definition of trauma is that trauma is anything that causes you to lose an essential part of yourself – a sense of security or safety, peace or love. Over 2/3 of children under age 16 reported at least 1 traumatic event by age 16. What…
 
Joy and Adam talk about the frequent crossover of addiction/ substance use and eating disorders. Why do these two seem so frequently co-occurring? And what does treatment look like for individuals who want to get clean and go to ED treatment at the same time. Adam shares his personal experience doing two treatments at the same time. Joy shares her …
 
Suzanne Rubinetti, LCSW, is a psychotherapist specializing in the treatment of Eating Disorders and Body Image for 30 years. In addition to her practice Suzanne is a lecturer, trainer and educator. Ms. Rubinetti has developed and taught 4 courses for Continuing education. She has lectured extensively on the topic most recently presenting a series t…
 
The TRUTH is....roughly 30 million Americans suffer with an eating disorder (& that's just Americans!) It can be devastating to realize that someone so very close to you is hurting & struggling with their food & body relationship. I spent years of my life in denial that my eating disorder consumed my entire identity. And maybe, your loved one is do…
 
Hannah Hickinbotham is the host of the Full of Beans podcast. She uses her personal, clinical, and educational experience to raise awareness and reduce the stigma associated with eating disorders. In this episode she shares her current experience of a relapse. In this episode we discuss Growing up in a family that diets and being modelled an unheal…
 
Freedom is a journey that has no end because it is a state of the heart more than anything else - and we can always be growing in our sense of inner peace and security. I am many years recovered from the bondage and self-hatred of my anorexia but the journey beyond "recovery" into a life that is free and flourishing has been a longer one. And it co…
 
Are you the friend who has it all together? Does it seem to you that since you know others have it worse, you can’t possibly need help? If you’re listening to the episodes in order, this episode is a very interesting juxtaposition to last week’s episode on the neurobiology of recovery with Dr. Jeffrey DeSarbo, where we scratched the surface on Seve…
 
On today's episode, Dr. Karen Nelson is joined by Patti Witt, licensed Marriage and Family therapist here at Melrose. Karen and Patti will discuss Trauma - what it looks like, how it is stored in the body and how trauma can intersect with Eating Disorders.Bởi Melrose Center
 
In today's episode, I share with you the POWER of your words. If you are like most women, you have heard that the power of words can be critical when it comes to how you view your body, life, relationships, etc. I created this podcast because I fully believe how the power of your words & thoughts lead to your ultimate identity...which is the number…
 
Dr. Josh Mirmelli is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and has been working in the fields of mental health and addiction for over a decade. Dr. Josh’s expertise spans a range of clinical presentations, including substance use disorders, mood disorders, trauma (single-incident and complex), disordered eating and personality disorders. He also has an …
 
Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis welcome Shira Charpentier and Tasha Golding to the podcast for a meaningful discussion about their lived experience, recovery, treatment, and the different paths that lead us to healing. Shira began her nonprofit, Beyond Rules Recovery, in 2019 as a way to support others who experience eating disorders and are l…
 
Today I explore the challenges of healing your relationship with food, in the culture we live in. Diet culture is pervasive, toxic and sadly normalised. It drives you to focus predominantly on your body as a means of deriving worth. It leads to restriction, bingeing, other disordered eating behaviours and more. And it's incredibly challenging to wi…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode join Meg and Livia as they go in depth and understand how eating disorders and autism are linked. In this episode, Livia shares examples of autistic traits that could be viewed as eating disorder behaviors as well as tips for recovery if you are autistic.ABOUT OUR GUESTLivia Sara is a holistic life coach that helps…
 
Christmas* when you have an eating disorder and you are in recovery can be hard, as I spoke about in the last episode. In this episode, I provide some tips on how you might make this Christmas better, despite the eating disorder and despite a brain screaming at you to restrict or to compensate for eating! (**feel free to replace the word Christmas …
 
In this episode I begin to talk a bit about Christmas (although you can apply this to Thanksgiving or Hanukah or any other celebrations you are due to attend). Here I read a blog post I wrote when I was in recovery and about to experience my first Christmas as a recovering but not yet fully recovered person with an eating disorder! The post was abo…
 
What happens to the brain when someone recovers from an eating disorder? Is it really possible for EVERYONE to recover? In today’s episode, I’m talking with Dr. Jeffrey DeSarbo to answer exactly that. If you were with us for Episode 23 on the Neurobiology of Eating Disorders, then you’ve already met Dr. Jeffrey DeSarbo once before! Today’s episode …
 
Debra Spector M.S, R.D.N, C.D.N is a Registered and Certified Dietitian-Nutritionist who has upheld a private practice since 1990 on Long Island, New York (Nassau and Suffolk Counties) as a nutritional therapist, mentor, educator, entrepreneur and consultant. She holds an Undergraduate Degree from SUNY at Oneonta and received her Masters Degree alo…
 
Today I’m talking to Joel Frost, an eating disorder survivor and health coach, training to specialise in working with clients with eating disorders. Just over a year ago, Joel fully recovered from an eating disorder that he’d been living with for the previous six years. This all started when Joel left secondary school, when he was teased about his …
 
This is the second part in a short series on low appetite in eating disorder recovery and how to manage it. In this episode I cover 11 tips of how to keep yourself eating despite a low physical or perceived appetite in your recovery process so that you do actually get recovered! www.hellybarnes.comBởi Helly Barnes
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode join Meg and Joanne as they talk about Joanne's journey to body acceptance and food freedom and how she navigates parenting in a diet culture filled world. You will learn about her experience living in a fat body impacted her work as dietician. Also you will discover how to manage body image struggles in raising a …
 
You’ve probably heard it said: “Eating disorders are a way to maintain control.” The connection between control and eating disorders is a phenomenon people talk about all the time. It’s not untrue, but honestly, I’m not the biggest fan of it. Here’s why. The biggest problem with the idea is that it’s so vague. What does “control” mean? Control of o…
 
On today's episode, Dr. Karen Nelson is joined by Dr. Linda Wondrasch licensed clinical psychologist at Melrose. Part of eating disorder recovery is having a relapse prevention plan. Dr. Karen Nelson and Dr. Linda Wondrasch will discuss what a relapse prevention plan looks like, signs of when a relapse may be occurring, and the immense role friends…
 
In the podcast, I interview friend and colleague, Julie Duffy Dillon who is a specialist in Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS). We discuss the importance of addressing TRUE determinants of health – what makes us healthy and how weight loss does not have to be part of that equation. We also discuss treatment of PCOS including use of supplements and …
 
The #1 reason you are stuck in unhealthy habits with food is because..... you have BLACK & WHITE thinking! Yes, friend. You live in an all-or-nothing mindset. This way of thinking (whether you believe it or not), leaves you in a never good enough cycle of shame, control, Eating disorder behaviors & it's a personal NIGHTMARE! I've been right where y…
 
In eating disorder recovery appetite can fluctuate, especially physically, throughout the process. In this first episode in a series on hunger and appetite, I discuss why low appetite (physical and mental) might occur at different stages of eating disorder recovery and whether you have to keep eating despite it. www.hellybarnes.com…
 
Dr. Dennis Gibson is a certified eating disorders specialist and serves as the Medical Director at The ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders & Severe Malnutrition at Denver Health. Dr. Gibson completed his undergraduate training at Albion College in Michigan and earned his medical degree at Southern Illinois University. He completed his internal medici…
 
Freedom is a journey that has no end because it is a state of the heart more than anything else - and we can always be growing in our sense of inner peace and security. I am many years recovered from the bondage and self-hatred of my anorexia but the journey beyond "recovery" into a life that is free and flourishing has been a longer one. And it co…
 
Today I'm talking to Caz Baumber, a doctor and eating disorder recovery coach based in Yorkshire. In her early teens, Caz developed anorexia, and spent her adolescence and early twenties in various stages of illness and recovery. It wasn’t until the COVID 19 lockdowns that Caz began to use her experiences to educate others about eating disorders vi…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode join Meg as she goes solo and talks about things you can do when you’re feeling you are stuck in recovery. Recovery has moments and bursts of energy, progress and periods of stagnation and if you're someone who feels stuck right now, this episode will help you get through it.ABOUT OUR HOSTMeg is a CCI certified Eat…
 
“Why don’t you endorse intentional weight loss?” This is a question I get SO often – from random people, from clients, and in messages from you guys (by the way, keep the questions coming in my DMs and by replying to the newsletter! I’d love to do podcast episodes answering your questions!). The entire world has seemed to endorse weight loss, and e…
 
Have you ever wondered if there was a link between social media & eating disorders? Today, I talk about the 3 types of pressure we experience linked to disordered eating & how social platforms are directly tied to the state of your mental health. Of course there can be some good in connecting with others on social, as well as community support, fin…
 
In this episode I speak with eating disorder therapist and coach, Cherie Miller, owner of Food Freedom Therapy™. Cherie loves to speak on topics related to food and body freedom, which we explore at different levels in our chat. We take a look at different modalities such as CBT, DBT, ACT, and taking a gentle approach to recovery from an eating dis…
 
Dr. Ed Hamlin is a psychologist and the Clinical Director of the Institute for Applied Neuroscience in Asheville, North Carolina. He currently holds an adjunct faculty position as Professor at Western Carolina University and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina Medical Center. In addition to his cl…
 
Carly is an Author, Substitute Teacher, and Freelancer specializing in writing, editing, and marketing. As an adolescent, Carly struggled with an eating disorder (Anorexia, Bulimia, and Exercise Addiction) which has contributed to her passion for mental health and overall wellbeing. Carly has been recovered five years and recently worked in a resid…
 
Today, I’m talking to Shannon Western. Shannon is a nutritionist who specialises in nutrition counselling for disordered eating. She founded Ease Nutrition Therapy because she saw a huge need for compassionate, person-centred care to help people feel better around food. In this episode, Shannon talks about her approach in supporting clients in heal…
 
Anyone recovering from an eating disorder will know all too well how powerful the fear response can be when attempting to take on a recovery positive 'challenge'... In recovery it is crucial to be able to proceed with recovery action despite the fear and in this episode I provide a few small hacks to help overcome that all too powerful fear respons…
 
ABOUT THIS EPISODEIn this episode join Meg and Lynn as they talk about Lynn’s eating disorders story and how her life challenges and experiences have taught her the importance of treating herself with unapologetic kindness and navigating the world with more self-trust. Also you will learn more about the gifts that recovery can offer you.ABOUT OUR G…
 
We spend about a third of our adult lives in the workplace. Work can improve mental health for some individuals – providing them with a sense of meaning and purpose and offering valuable social connections. However, for individuals with binge eating disorder, food addiction or emotional eating, work can also be a source of stress and stigma that ca…
 
We talk about positive body image all freaking day. But how do we actually get there?? Body image is something so many of us struggle with, and it’s no wonder: we live in a world that is obsessed with thinness. But it’s so much deeper than just how you see yourself in the mirror and how you feel in your skin. It’s really intertwined with self-estee…
 
On today’s episode, Dr. Karen Nelson is joined by Dr. Alison Sharpe-Havill, licensed clinical psychologist at Melrose. Dr. Karen Nelson and Dr. Alison Sharpe-Havill discuss what it looks like when someone is suffering from both an eating disorder and substance use disorder, as well as the type of care and treatment they will need in order to recove…
 
Hey girl! Today, I'm sharing the REAL SCARY TRUTH of how terrifying Halloween & the holidays can be during disordered eating & eating disorder recovery. During my worst, Halloween candy & all the holiday treats gave me anxiety & pushed me back into disordered patterns multiple times. Many clients I work with find that this time of year is the harde…
 
Dr. Ed Hamlin is a psychologist and the Clinical Director of the Institute for Applied Neuroscience in Asheville, North Carolina. He currently holds an adjunct faculty position as Professor at Western Carolina University and Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina Medical Center. In addition to his cl…
 
Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis are excited to welcome Angelo Thomas to the podcast. Angelo is a filmmaker and mental health advocate, and has directed, produced, and edited two feature films, The Incredible Jake Parker and DeRosa: Life, Love & Art in Transition. Currently, he serves as the Digital & Social Media Director with Mental Health Am…
 
In this episode, I’m going to talk about some of the subtleties that can keep binge eating going. You might have already made some substantial progress in addressing binge eating but you feel frustrated that you have moments of slipping back and wondering how on earth it happened!If you reasonate with what I’m saying, be proud of how far you have c…
 
Spirituality may be a really hard thing to navigate and explore in recovery from an eating disorder or any other addiction. Trust me, it wasn't always easy for me. I had very set views of the idea of a non-existent "God". After all - why would God put me through such pain? Fortunately, I was blessed to have started my recovery journey in a 12 Step …
 
Maureen in conversion with Jessenia Gallegos discussing her transformation as she battled eating disorder and domestic violence challenges in her life. A true Inspiration! Jessenia Gallegos, formally known as, "Jessenia Vice" is one of the top influencers in NYC. She started her career after wining the "Kim Kardashian Look Alike Contest," on the Ty…
 
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