Today, Kathy is joined by registered dietitian Alexandra Raymond and their topic is helping clients change their relationship with food. They explain how some people struggle with their relationship with food and provide examples of how to make changes in this relationship to ease the burden food puts on some people.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Ovidio Bermudez and they discuss child and adolescent treatment of eating disorders. Dr. Bermudez shares the different stages of family based therapy (FBT) as well as other important considerations loved ones and clinicians need to take into account for these young people to recover.
Today, Kathy welcomes back Robyn Goldberg and their topic is eating disorders, males, and the LA/Hollywood environment. While Robyn and Kathy focus on this specific subset of the population, the information they provide can cross over to all genders and any geographic region of the world, not just males and LA.
Today Kathy welcomes Ann Saffi Biasetti and their topic is embodiment skills in eating disorders recovery. They define embodiment, provide examples from Biasetti’s work, and explain how it ties into recovery from eating disorders.
Today Kathy is joined by Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, CEDRD, FAND, and their topic is the true meaning of intuitive eating in the treatment of eating disorders. Resch defines intuitive eating as the dynamic interplay of instinct, emotion, and thought, and discusses how intuitive eating is not just eat when you are hungry and stop when you are full.
Today, Kathy shares a special message from Carolyn Costin and Jeanette Batur about Tending the Soul during the Holiday Season.
Today, Kathy welcomes Marissa Sappho and they discuss shame resilience in the treatment of binge eating disorder. This conversation will teach you about shame resilience and how it critical in the treatment and recovery process.
Today, Kathy is joined by Laura Cipullo and their conversation focuses on positive nutrition. So much of what we hear from society can be termed “negative” nutrition. “We can’t eat this or that,” or you’re not “supposed” to eat a certain type of food, which we all know is not true or healthy. As you listen to this episode, try to take some of these messages and put them into practice in your life.
Today, Kathy welcomes Amanda Tierney, and their topic is the integration of physical fitness into eating disorder recovery. They discuss when and how to integrate fitness as a part of recovery, when not to, and some warning signs which may occur during integration.
Today, Kathy is joined by Zach Rawlings, and their topic is gay men and eating disorders. They discuss why there is a higher prevalence of eating disorders among gay men versus straight men, how parents and loved ones can address concerns, and what an individual struggling with an eating disorder can do.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dana Magee, and their topic is when food sensitivities are eating disorders in disguise. They discuss the difference between food sensitivity and food intolerance, how they differ from food allergies, where eating disorders come into the picture, and tapping into our bodies needs with kindness.
Today, Kathy welcomes Brian Cuban and the episode is titled “Brian Cuban on advocacy.” Brian shares his life experiences of recovery from an eating disorder, drugs, and alcohol, and brings everything together as an advocate for recovery.
Today, Kathy is joined by Adrienne Ressler, LMSW, CEDS, and their topic is a healthy body image is flexible. They discuss various definitions of body image, including the self-perspective of the internal self, and how body image starts being defined and developed as early as in infancy.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Andy McGarrahan and they discuss how to help children and adolescents transition back into school after eating disorder treatment. This is an extremely important topic for all professionals, as well as parents and loved ones of children who are receiving treatment for an eating disorder.
Today, Kathy is joined by Marian McGavran and their topic is relapse prevention. They talk about different signs and symptoms of a potential relapse as well as what Marian describes as a lapse and how that differs from a relapse.
Today, Dr. Laura Hill joins Kathy and they talk about Dr. Hill’s brand new e-text, A Brain-Based Approach for Eating Disorders Treatment. To learn more about this book, including some special bonuses, please visit www.edcatalogue.com/hill.
This week’s episode is part 2 of Kathy’s conversation with Chase Bannister on the Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy, and Action. If you missed part 1, please listen to last week’s episode first and then jump back to this episode.
Today, Kathy welcomes Chase Bannister, LCSW, CEDS, and they discuss the Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy, and Action. Because of the importance and amount of information Chase has to share about the EDC this will be part 1 of a 2 part episode.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Leslie Karwoski Anderson and they discuss abnormal and complex eating disorders. Kathy and Dr. Anderson talk about complicated and atypical presentations, such as when a young child comes to your office, or when an older adult looks for treatment, or when someone presents with multiple co-morbid types of behaviors.
This week, Kathy is joined by Dr. Dena Cabrera and they discuss spirituality and eating disorder recovery. They define what it means to be spiritual, explain how it differs from being religious, and then dive into how spirituality can be an asset in eating disorder recovery.
Today, Kathy welcomes Sondra Kronberg, MS, RD, CDN, CEDRD, and they discuss anorexia nervosa - specifically genetic predispositions, minds, and temperaments.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Beth Hartman McGilley and they discuss eating disorders, exercise, and the recovery process. This episode is filled with rich, invaluable information about exercise and eating disorders that we know you will learn from.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Tara Deliberto. Kathy and Dr. Deliberto discuss BITE, Behavioral Integrative Treatment and Evaluation, which Dr. Deliberto developed along with Dina Hirsch, PhD. BITE is a comprehensive but flexible behavioral approach to the treatment of anorexia nervosa.
Dr. Timothy Brewerton joins Kathy again today in the second part of their interview. This week, they discuss treatment protocols for those with the co-occurrence of eating disorders and substance use disorders – a segment of the population who require informed clinicians.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Timothy Brewerton, and their topic is the overlap of eating disorders and substance abuse. Because of Dr. Brewerton’s expertise in this area, this will be part 1 of a 2 part interview, so be sure to tune in next week as well.