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The Body Love Binge is the podcast for you if you’re SO DONE with living in the hell hole of an eating disorder. If you’re ready to dig deep & truly meet yourself (most likely for the first time in your life) in order to reach REAL recovery from anorexia, bulimia or binge eating, then you’re in the right place. I'm your host, Victoria Kleinsman, a food freedom & body love coach, eating disorder & abuse survivor who's on a mission to love & support millions of women to come back home to self- ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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A place where courageous women come to break free from food obsession, heal their relationship with their body, and strive to live a life that is present, light-hearted, and meaningful. This podcast serves as a catalyst to nourish your body, nurture your mind, and energize your spirit. Hosted by Meg McCabe a CCI Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach based in West Hartford, CT. She's the Founder of The Recovery Collective, a global, eating disorder recovery community focused on healing thr ...
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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 ...
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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rachel-evans8/support
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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.
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In this series, “Big Ideas in Eating Disorders,” join host, Dr. Kathy Pike, clinical psychologist and professor at Columbia University, as she talks with leaders in the field of eating disorders. We hear from researchers, clinicians, and people who have personally experienced an eating disorder. In each episode, guests share one big idea that they believe is crucial to improving the lives of people at risk for developing or currently living with an eating disorder. Capturing today’s wisdom f ...
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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.
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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 ...
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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 experience so that you can better understand various perspectives, remove stigma, hear inspiring testimonies and get curious about all things eating disorder related. Not meant as a replacement fo ...
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The Ease With Food Podcast is here to bring you the tips and tricks of eating disorder and disordered eating recovery. Let's chat ED recovery, and all things health and wellness. Hosted by Shannon Western, Nutrition Counsellor. Shannon is the founder of Ease Nutrition Therapy: an eating disorders, disordered eating, and Non-Diet clinic. We work with all relationships to food: from binge eating, restriction, purging, and anything in between. One more thing: This podcast is not a substitute fo ...
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Her Best Self | Eating Disorders, Recovery, Anorexic, Disordered Eating, Bulimic, Relapse, Orthorexia
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Her Best Self | Eating Disorders, Recovery, Anorexic, Disordered Eating, Bulimic, Relapse, Orthorexia

Lindsey Nichol - Certified Health Coach, Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, Food Freedom Coach, Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy Certified

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✨TOP 1% EATING DISORDER RECOVERY PODCAST✨ - Stop Obsessive Food Thoughts & Live Life FREE FROM THE CONTROL of Disordered Eating - + discover the exact steps to take (Roadmap to Recovery™), so that you can experience lasting freedom from ED💓 _____ 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 ...
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This podcast speaks to everyone who has ever struggled with any form of disordered eating or has an unhealthy relationship with food. Let's be honest it's not about the food, so let's talk about what it is: Pain, Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Fear, Control, and Freedom from situations you feel you will never be free. Let's talk about first and second-hand accounts of disordered eating from everyone and learn how to move from recovery to recovered.
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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 ...
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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 ...
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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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Today I talk about mental restriction around food. Something that many people struggle with. I explore: - What is mental restriction? What are the negative costs of mentally restricting food? How can you move to stop this? I hope that you enjoy the episode. This week's sponsor: WeShape weshape.com/freedom Harriet Frew's current offers: - Online 10 …
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In this episode, Victoria discusses the connection between eating disorders and OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder). She shares her personal experience with OCD behaviors prior to and during her eating disorder, as well as common rituals and thought patterns those with eating disorders and OCD tend to have.Victoria then provides tips for overcoming…
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EP 64 Inner Peace, Outer Confidence: Yoga's Impact on Body Image and mental health | with Christina Helms Christina is the co-owner of Three Birds Yoga studios in South Orange and Florham Park, NJ. In addition to teaching yoga and meditation classes and co-facilitating teacher trainings, she is also a Licensed Social worker. Whether it's working wi…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this episode, Meg goes solo to to share some thrilling updates and sneak peeks of what's to come. Get ready to dive into exciting content and discover what's in store for future episodes! Join The Recovery Collective: https://recoverycollective.mykajabi.com/ Download and Listen to these free 200 eating disorder recovery affirm…
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Kathryn Hansen recovered from bulimia in 2005; and since then, she has been dedicated to educating and empowering women and men who struggle with all forms of binge eating. She is the author of Brain over Binge (2011, 2022), the Brain over Binge Recovery Guide (2016), and the host of the Brain over Binge Podcast. We discuss topics including: Kathry…
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HAPPY MONDAY! It's that time of the week & I can't wait to jump right in & share with you 20 recovery truths that I clung to in my journey to freedom from ED. If you need some inspiration, strength & hope today...then Episode 116 on the podcast was recorded just for you girl! I hope today's show allows you permission to do the next right thing & to…
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In this episode, which is part of a series about overcoming an eating disorder when you are in your mid or later life years, I talk about some of the specific challenges that arise from overcoming an eating disorder as a parent and the extra considerations that you will face as a result of having children. My Books: Addicted to Energy Deficit Aimin…
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Happy Thursday lady! Doesn't it seem like everyone is slashing carbs, cutting calories & opting for lettuce with dressing on the side these days? Maybe in all fairness it's because we are experiencing an increase of diet culture trends, contributing to a $33 billion dollar industry in America alone. But do not be alarmed. You are allowed to embrace…
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Parenthood can be both beautiful and stressful. Firstly, it’s okay to admit that. There are no sick days, there is no PTO, you work 24/7 shifts and you get paid nothing. It’s sometimes a thankless job, and you’ll never get a break. But, it’s the toughest job you will ever love. If we really dive into the rut of parenting, it can feel incredibly ove…
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Good Morning sister friend! Did you know that you make as many as 35,000 decisions every single day? But if you struggle with unhealthy behaviors tied to food & control over your food, 9 times out of 10 you will make a bad decision towards living your very best life if you aren't mindful. That is because decisions made in stress & with anxiety....t…
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Today I’m talking to Safi Abdi, a qualified Hypnotherapist, coach, and a trainee Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, dedicated to transforming lives through helping people to change their mindset and heal from diet trauma. As the host of the Gastric Mindset Podcast, Safi delves deep into the psychological roots of yo-yo dieting, empowering people who hav…
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In this episode, Lauren Elise Peterson, a board certified dance/movement therapist and body image coach, joins the conversation to explore the transformative power of movement in healing and recovery, particularly for individuals struggling with eating disorders. Lauren has been passionate about eating disorder and trauma recovery for over 20 years…
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Hello gorgeous! Please tell me you are counting down till the weekend like I am? I am so flipping thankful it is Friday-eve. Goodness, has this week been A LOT for me! How about you? ~ When life is crazy it's hard to appreciate the "A LOTs". It's hard to be grateful for overflow & abundance. & when you have an unhealthy relationship with food & you…
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Are you motivated by the 'carrot' or 'stick' approach when it comes to change? Reading up on the inversion mindset (something that is used by many people in personal development to bring about effective change), I thought I would apply this to eating disorder recovery. I talk about 10 things NOT to do in recovery. Let me know if you find this helpf…
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Weight loss and Eating disorder treatments? Pft. Talk to the hand. Okay, let me clarify. This used to be my point of view. I couldn’t quite understand how these two topics really played into each other. Now, I don’t necessarily disagree, but I do think this is a lot more complex, and it’s far from black and white. We should be exploring questions a…
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Join me and Harriet Frew as we chat about how unmet childhood needs contribute to the development of eating disorders and how to overcome this. Discussion Points:- The feeling of not being good enough that drives eating disorders often starts from an early age- How childhood experiences of emotional neglect, not having emotional needs met by parent…
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Today I have a returning guest to the podcast and I am talking to Marcelle Rose, founder of Marcelle Rose Nutrition. Marcelle specialises in helping women beat binge eating, bulimia, emotional eating and yo-yo dieting so they can make peace with their body and heal their relationship with food. She acknowledges that for many people that this is a t…
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We are thrilled to be joined today by Dr. Paul Appelbaum for the last of episode in our special series focused on the proposed diagnosis of “terminal anorexia nervosa.” Dr. Appelbaum is the Elizabeth K Dollard Professor of Psychiatry, Medicine, and Law at Columbia University and Past President of the American Psychiatric Association, the American A…
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Happy Thursday friend! February is the month of love. Valentines, galantines, all the hearts, fuzzy bears, roses & chocolates. Yet when you are stuck in disordered eating, it's truly hard to love anyone the way you are meant to, because it's so hard to love yourself. That voice inside of your head may tell you that you aren't worthy of those chocol…
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In this episode, I explore the use of diet pills and eating disorders. It's a topic that is not talked about enough. I'm aware that many people may be struggling with a physical and mental dependency to these pills. I explore the link between diet pills and eating disorders; how these pills are so easily accessible and 'normalised'; different types…
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Join me and Julia for this Q&A episode covering all things eating disorder-related. Navigating the Maze: Your Eating Disorder Questions Answered"Join Victoria and Julia as they discuss topics ranging from the impact of harmful treatments in in-patient ED centers to the reality of life on laxatives. They delve into personal experiences and share the…
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Just last year, The American Academy of Pediatrics put out (terrible) guidelines, that in a nutshell, give the “go-ahead” to evaluate children for weight loss medication and/or surgery. Weight loss surgery is completely irreversible. So why is it being recommended? There are many challenges that individuals will face when deciding to undergo weight…
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I am delighted to be joined today by Rachel Rattenni as part of our special series focused on the proposed diagnosis “terminal anorexia nervosa.” Rachel has a graduate degree in bioethics from Columbia University and is currently pursuing a master’s in public health at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. She also serves as R…
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Sam and Marissa are back to talk about how treatment centers too often fail neurodivergent patients and how we can better support those struggling to find treatment. Their work and information can be found at: FEDUP - Fighting Eating Disorders in Underrepresented Populations: A Trans+ & Intersex Collective https://fedupcollective.org/…
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Hey Sis! I hope you had a wonderful weekend. A weekend of all the good things. A weekend of moments & joy. A weekend where you didn't find yourself obsessing over food or calories. ~ But, I am here today to tell you...if you did indeed spend some or a ton of your weekend counting calories....there is FREEDOM & HOPE. I was THE calorie counting Queen…
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Today I talk about 12 suggested target areas in eating disorder recovery. I include: - 1. Exploring your past and working on motivation. 2. Escaping from diet culture and finding your values. 3. Regular eating and stabilising blood sugar. 4. Breaking free from compensatory strategies. 5. Emotions - awareness, dysregulation and building emotional in…
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Today's episode of Big Ideas in Eating Disorders is part of a special series delving into the proposed diagnosis of "Terminal Anorexia Nervosa." I am honored to have Dr. Eric van Furth, a clinical psychologist and Professor of Eating Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry at Leiden University Medical Center, as our guest. With decades of experie…
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Happy February :) Let's start this new month strong! Afterall, it's National Eating Disorder Awareness month and I am so excited to share with you a special guest interview on the HBS podcast! Dr. Anita Johnston, is a Clinical Psychologist, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, and author of Eating in the Light of the Moon, which has been published…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this episode,Join Meg as she interviews Ragen Chastain on her personal experiences of weight stigma, journey to body acceptance and discovering activism.Ragen Chastain is a speaker, writer, trained researcher, Certified Health Coach, and thought leader in Weight Science, Weight Stigma, and the Health at Every Size paradigm. Ut…
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EP 63 Social Media and Perfection with Maureen Kritzer-Lange MSW, LCSW Accepting new patients : Call 973-313-1691 For NEW PATIENT PACKAGES! Please join the "Don't Trust The Mirror MOVEMENT at http://www.donttrustthemirror.com Maureen’s life mission is to help women be all that they can be – by improving self esteem,help them find their voice and fi…
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Although eating disorder recovery requires behaviour change and a focus on food, it also requires psychological and mindset work. If this part of recovery is not addressed, you are at risk of being stuck in a quasi-recovered place or simply thinking that 'recovery doesn't work for me'. This is part five on all things psychology and mindset in eatin…
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Why does it feel like everyone is anti-recovery? It’s like we live in this world where everyone is either dieting, jumping on a health trend, or counting calories. Wanting to “feel healthy” is great, but the pressure to fall into some standard of health is overwhelming. Everyone seems to have an opinion, you've probably encountered unsolicited advi…
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The current episode is the third of our six-part series focused on the proposed diagnosis of “terminal anorexia nervosa.” My guest is Rosiel Elwyn (they/them/she), a PhD candidate at the Thompson Institute, Australia, who is studying the neurobiology of anorexia nervosa with a focus on the role of trauma and its effects on the glutamatergic system,…
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In this episode of the podcast, I discuss how to stop comparing your current body to your smaller, thinner past body. I share strategies for having self-compassion, letting go of the past version of yourself, and embracing who you are now.Main Discussion Points:- Why we naturally compare ourselves to others (evolution, survival)- The negative impac…
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Krystyl Wright, LCSW is a co-founder of LOT XI, a community conscious wellness brand based in Compton, CA. LOT XI creates body and home self-care goods sourced locally and crafted by hand. They also organize immersive wellness experiences for corporate initiatives and community spaces. With her background as a practicing clinical psychotherapist, K…
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Hey there sister friend! I hope your week is off to a great start! Mine? Well, let's just hope it's better than yesterday. Yesterday, my 5 year old had a full blown melt down. The type of meltdown where there is absolutely nothing you can do as a mama, but hug, count and wait for it to pass. Yep, I nearly had a meltdown trying to calm him from his …
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Today I’m talking to Cindy Spratt, who's a holistic & functional nutritionist that specialises in eating disorder recovery. Cindy speaks about an all-encompassing approach that teaches fundamentals of nutrition, listening to the body, learning how to respect and love the body, and rebuilding a loving and joyful relationship with food, so that peopl…
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Joining the podcast is Dr. Angela Guarda, the Stephen and Jean Robinson Professor of Eating Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Director of their Eating Disorders Program since 1997. This is the second episode in a six-part series that revolves around Guadiani, Bogetz, and Ya…
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Resources mentioned: ⁠Intuitive Eating book(*) ⁠How to Raise An Intuitive Eater⁠ (*) book ⁠Chrissy Harrison resources⁠ ⁠Unapologetic Eating⁠ book (*) by Alissa Rumsey ⁠Body Image Fitness⁠ ⁠Fat Talk⁠ book (*) by ⁠Virginia Sole-Smith⁠ ⁠Body Happy Kids⁠ book (*) by ⁠Molly Fobres⁠ Ela details: Website, IG, FB group Shannon details: Connect on ⁠Instagra…
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Hey girl! Is your week treating you well? Need some motivation and hope? Sis, do I have a special treat for you today! In Episode 111 of the Her Best Self Podcast, I'm bringing on a special guest! I'm so very excited to introduce you to Caitlin Young, a recovery coach here at Her Best Self Co. (which means she can coach you!) Caitlin has been in re…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE In this episode, together with my soul sister, Anne-Claire Jedrzejczak, we explore the transforming journey of our relationship with movement. We openly examine how our viewpoints have changed over time, considering the significant shift in the intents and values that guide our decisions. Come along as we explore the facets of pe…
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Motivation for eating disorder recovery will wax and wane. This is normal. Particularly, as we are heading towards the end of January, your initial hopes for change may have lost their initial enthusiasm and vigour. This is an episode to inspire motivation again, talking through 7 ways to stay motivated and within the recovery lane. I hope that you…
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Join us for an enlightening conversation with author and intuitive healer, Heather Leigh Strom, as she shares her journey of healing and embracing her intuition through working with canine guides. Discover the power of frequency healing and soul connection, and learn how to tap into your own intuitive abilities with the help of your furry companion…
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As a therapist, there are so many things I wish that psychiatrists knew when it comes to eating disorders. Now before we hash this out, here’s my caveat–I am not a prescribing provider, I never went to medical school. I am a psychotherapist and these are all of my personal thoughts but from my professional experience. When we view mental illnesses …
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This marks the beginning of a six-part series centered around the proposed diagnosis of "Terminal Anorexia Nervosa." In this inaugural episode, I talk with Dr. Joel Yager, Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Yager, alongside co-authors Dr. Jennifer Guadiani and Alyssa Bogetz, an individual with Ano…
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In this episode, I interview former client Beth about her journey recovering from an eating disorder. Beth shares openly about what it was like in the depths of her eating disorder, the fears she had around recovery, and what ultimately helped her to heal. You can expect to learn about approval, struggles, restriction vs freedom around food, weight…
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Happy Monday! How was your weekend? This one was one for the books for me. My hubby and kids threw me the most fantastic birthday full of all the things....crabcakes, cake and confetti....oh my! But birthdays used to be the WORST days for me when I was struggling in my eating disorder. I had no desire to celebrate. I didn't like who I was. I wasn't…
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