Today, Kathy continues her conversation with Becky Barnett, PA-C, and Erin Snell, LCSW, MBA, on the co-occurrence of eating disorders and diabetes. If you missed part one of their conversation, be sure to listen to episode 94
Today, Kathy is joined by Eva Musby and their topic is helping parents to support their child recover from an eating disorder. Eva speaks from first-hand experience which shines through as she offers some wonderful advice and support for parents supporting their child in recovery.
Today, Kathy is joined by Stacey Merkl, and they talk about how theatre arts can improve self-esteem and body image, including some skill sets and suggestions for people to add body positivity into their everyday lives.
Today, Kathy is joined by Sam Tryon, MS, RD, and their topic is the importance of letting go of food judgments. Kathy and Sam discuss the dangers of food judgments, why it is important to let them go, and share some skills to help people let go of food judgments.
Today, Kathy is joined by Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, RYT-500, and their topic is using yoga grounding techniques to challenge and minimize meal anxieties. Not only do Kathy and Jennifer discuss these techniques, Jennifer kindly guides us through some of them so you can start using them right away.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Ken Willis and their topic is creating awareness for supportive change with the use of balance in psychotherapy. As this is a wide-ranging topic, this will be a two-part episode, so be sure to listen to this episode as well as next week’s episode to learn more.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Nicole Siegfried and their topic is body image and severe eating disorders. Dr. Siegfried defines severe eating disorders and discusses their intersection with body image.
Today, Kathy is joined by Carolyn Hodges Chaffee, MSRDN, CEDRD, and their topic is metabolic testing and body composition analysis. Carolyn gets technical in this episode but ties everything together nicely for the clinician and layperson alike.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Seda Ebrahimi and their topic is the psychiatric comorbidity of eating disorders. Kathy and Dr. Ebrahimi take a deep dive into other psychiatric disorders that can be present with an eating disorder.
Today, Kathy is joined by Angela Wurtzel, MA, LMFT, CEDS-S, and their topic is the psychodynamic group psychotherapy for postpartum women and their babies. They address this topic as well as its intersection with eating disorders.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Janean Anderson and their topic is emotion regulation and eating disorder recovery. They discuss emotion regulation in depth, which is one of the four main principles of DBT (dialectical behavior therapy).
Today, Kathy is joined by Karen Koenig and their topic is becoming a “normal” eater in the recovery process. They discuss some of the essentials of becoming a “normal” eater while recovering from an eating disorder as well as a handful of other important topics around eating.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Esther Altmann and their topic is considerations in the treatment of eating disorders for the Orthodox Jewish individual and their family. Dr. Altmann discusses the Sabbath, Kosher laws, fast days, and how treatment differs from other populations but is also the same.
Today, Kathy is joined by Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC, and their topic is what is body trust. Hilary describes body trust as “the beating heart behind the cultivation of Health at Every Size (HAES®) and intuitive eating practices,” and takes a deep dive into body trust.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Lauren Muhlheim and their topic is determining college readiness during eating disorder recovery. Dr. Muhlheim discusses her college readiness checklist as well as other steps students should take when preparing for college.
Today, Kathy is joined by Mary Tantillo, Michelle Morales, and Jennifer Dry De Santo, and they discuss the benefits of multifamily therapy group for recovery from anorexia nervosa. As these guests are different stakeholders in a multifamily therapy group, we learn how these types of groups develop a “therapeutic village” and a community of healing.