Information and inspiration for people living with body dysmorphic disorder, from the BDD Foundation in the UK. To learn more about the show and the work of the BDD Foundation, visit http://bddfoundation.org
Lecture by H. H. Bhakti Dhira Damodar Goswami Maharaj on Vasudeva Kutumbakam given on 09/02/2013 (Google Hangout Class)
In her interview, Nicole talks about her lived experience of BDD and anorexia and how it's informed the life she lives now.
In this episode, Professor David Veale talks about how he came to specialise in BDD, and answers questions from people with the condition.저자 Claire Atherton
As head of operations for the BDD Foundation in the UK, Kitty Wallace supports sufferers and their families, raises awareness of the condition and much more. But she’s also had her own experience of living with BDD. Her story shows that recovery may not always be a straight line, but it’s always possible.…
Rebecca suffered from BDD for many years, alongside issues with alcohol and food. It was only when she realised the BDD was driving the other issues that she was able to make real and inspiring progress.
This is the second part of a conversation between two mums whose daughters are in recovery from BDD. In it, Scarlett and Frances discuss how schools can help or hinder, how to support someone through treatment and the importance of setting small goals.
In this episode, the first of two, Scarlet and Frances describe how they coped with having daughters with severe BDD.
In this episode, Tim describes the debilitating effect BDD had on his life for 15 years, and how he recovered.
In this episode, you’ll hear how Oliver Butcher's experience of BDD affected the lives of his mum Debbie and his older brother Daniel.
In the second part of my interview with Oliver, you’ll hear him describe the self-abuse that was part of his BDD, how that affected his family and the advice he’d give anyone suffering from the disorder.
For this episode – the first of two – I spoke to Oliver Butcher, who’s currently in the middle of treatment for his BDD. You’ll find the second half of Oliver’s interview in episode 11.
Gareth describes his journey from being too ill with BDD to work to becoming a CBT therapist.
In this third episode, Hannah Lewis explains how she's turned her experience of BDD into a career helping to prevent others from developing the disorder.저자 Claire Atherton
In this second episode, Minnie Iris tells us about her experience of BDD and how exciting life feels now she's almost completely recovered.저자 Claire Atherton
In this first episode, we talk to therapist Rob Willson about how to recognise and treat the disorder - and what to do with all that spare attention when you're cured.저자 Claire Atherton
We explain what we're trying to achieve with the podcast and why - plus how you can contribute.저자 Claire Atherton
Google Hangout Lecture given by H.H. Bhakti Dhira Damodar Swami Maharaj on 09/02/2013.