Today, Kathy welcomes Crystal Karges, MS, RDN, IBCLC, and they have a conversation on challenges faced by mothers in eating disorder recovery in feeding their children. Feeding children is hard. For mothers recovering from an eating disorder it can be an entirely different challenge and Kathy and Crystal discuss this topic and the overall big picture goal of having a positive feeding relationship.
Today, Kathy welcomes Emme, an award-winning supermodel, and a lead influencer for positive body image and self esteem. They discuss becoming our bodies’ best friend for a better life and a lifetime of joy and shared happiness.
Kathy welcomes back Stephanie Ng in part 2 of a 2-part podcast where Kathy and Stephanie talk about eating disorders, socio-cultural factors, and Chinese-American clients. Today’s conversation focuses on do’s and don’ts when working with Chinese-American individuals and their families.
Today, Kathy welcomes Karen Samuels, Ph.D, and their topic is eating disorder recovery using the support of sisterhood at middle age. We know eating disorders isolate people but in this episode we see how support and sisterhood can bring people together and significantly help in the recovery process.
Today, Kathy welcomes Iris Ruth Pastor, and their conversation is called “let’s talk about recovery.” Iris suffered from bulimia for 46 years and she shares her story. The steps Iris took led to her recovery and we applaud her belief in herself and recovery. We need to stress that everyone’s recovery story is different and there are some aspects of Iris’s journey that were right for her that we would not recommend for others. We strongly believe the best way to recovery is through work with...
Today, Kathy continues her conversation with Dr. Michael Levine on the things he’s learned about eating disorder prevention from unexpected places. We encourage you to really think about the things Michael discusses in this episode, and how we all can do more individually and as members of society to work on eating disorders prevention.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Michael Levine for part 1 of a 2-part episode entitled “things I’ve learned about eating disorder prevention from unexpected places.” These episodes are longer than our normal episodes and I will say 2 things about that – 1, it’s Michael Levine and I know him well enough that I can joke with him and say that Michael is verbose, and then some, hence the longer episodes. And 2, it’s Michael Levine, so we listen to everything he says, and learn from him and appreciate...
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Dena Cabrera and their topic is 3 essentials every eating disorder residential therapist needs to know. While this topic is geared towards professionals Dr. Cabrera provides insights that are important for our entire audience to hear, so we ask everyone to listen to the entire episode.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Jessica Baker and their topic is current research on the potential genetic overlap between eating disorders and substance use. Dr. Baker explains some of her findings which including how certain subsets of eating disorders and certain subsets of substance use disorders are more likely to overlap, as well as how certain eating disorder behaviors or symptom levels are more likely to be present.
Welcome to ED Matters episode 142. Kathy welcomes back Brenda Sigall, Ph.D., CEDS, and they continue their conversation on gender literacy and eating disorder prevention. Today, Dr. Sigall joins the points from part 1 so we can understand them in the context of antecedents to eating disorders and their relationship to the development of eating disorders.
Welcome to ED Matters episode 141. Today, Kathy welcomes Brenda Sigall, Ph.D., CEDS, and their topic is gender literacy and eating disorder prevention. Part 1 of a 2-part episode takes a deep look at gender literacy in the US, while part 2 ties everything together in relation to eating disorders.
Today, Kathy welcomes Ann Kearney-Cooke, Ph.D. and they talk about binge eating disorder treatment through the wellness lens. They discuss how shifting the focus to wellness became easier for their clients when their clients became aware of how much they were gaining in life satisfaction rather than what they had to give up or deprive themselves of.
Today Kathy welcomes back Casey Crosbie, RD, CSSD, and Wendy Sterling, MS, RD, CSSD, CEDRD-S, for part two of their deep look into the plate by plate approach. In case you missed part 1, please check out episode 138.
Today, Kathy welcomes Beth Harrell, MS, RD, LD, CEDRD-S, and their topic is helping clients to shift to a HAES (Health At Every Size) perspective. They touch on many points including how clients receive information about health at every size and weight bias in research and by medical professionals.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. June Alexander and Bharati Lall, and their topic is when 1 plus 1 makes more than 2. They discuss how eating disorders drew them together to collaborate on a project even though they lived half way across the world from each other.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Evelyn Attia, and their topic is meet Evelyn Attia in the context of her commitment to the eating disorders community. Evelyn’s passion for the community comes through in this interview and we thank her for all of the important work she is doing for the field.
Today, Kathy welcomes Lauren Hill, MA, and their topic is pregnancy and postpartum eating disorder triggers. They talk about Lauren’s personal story of recovery, as well as how she handled triggers throughout her pregnancy and postpartum. We thank Lauren for sharing her story with all of us.
Today, Kathy welcomes Jenni Schaeffer and Mike Gurr, MS, MA, LPC, CDWF and their topic is biofeedback and neurofeedback in relation to eating disorder recovery complicated by trauma and PTSD. They cover a lot of ground in this interview, including information on a machine they use that you can purchase for your own use.