Today, we bring 2018 to a close with a very special episode we are calling “person on the street.” We asked random people on the street questions about eating disorders and dieting, to try to expose the lack of information the general public has on eating disorders. We wanted to publish this episode unedited so you could get a sense of what people are thinking. What you will hear next, is a series of short interviews we conducted and our summary at the end. Please note, this was a non-scientific survey. We ask you to take this information to guide you in 2019 to help with education, recovery, and prevention.
Today, Kathy is joined by Jaime Kaplan, Psy.D. and their topic is the pros and cons of technology’s role in connection with eating disorders recovery. As we know, disconnection plays a large role in eating disorders, and technology can help connect people, yet also disconnect us from others and from our own “true” selves.
Today, Kathy is joined by Cris E. Haltom, PhD, CEDS, and Mary Tantillo, PhD, PMHCNS-BC, FAED, CGP, and their topic is understanding teens and their stories of courage in eating disorder recovery. They take time to discuss the uniqueness of teens and provide some real-life recovery stories from their practices.
Today, Kathy welcomes Jessica Gillespie, MA, LMFT, and their topic is eating disorders and the depth of disconnections. Eating disorders create disconnections from the body, oneself, and others, and thrive in isolation. We are happy to have Jessica on to discuss this important topic.
Today, Kathy welcomes Melainie Rogers, MS, RDN, CDN, CEDRD, and their topic is why diets don’t work. They delve into the paradox of how dieting and weight gain go hand in hand, the science behind it, and how it all relates to eating disorders. The information in this episode is so significant we are asking everyone who listens to share it with someone to help spread the word so more people can educate themselves and others on why diets don’t work.
Welcome to ED Matters Episode 114. Today, Kathy continues her conversation from episode 112 with Rebekah Bardwell, LPC, CEDS. Kathy and Rebekah go deeper into their discussion on meal coaching, as both an art and a science.
Today, Kathy talks about the challenges surrounding Thanksgiving as well as offers access to some skills to get you through the week. To learn more about the Thanksgiving Survival Guide, go here - https://www.edcatalogue.com/thanksgiving-guide
Welcome to ED Matters episode 112. Today, Kathy is joined by Rebekah Bardwell, LPC, CEDS, and they have a conversation on meal coaching. This is part 1 of a 2-part podcast where they talk about the science and art of meal coaching.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Katherine Godwin, and their topic is neurotransmitter production in relation to eating disorders. They take the time to break down this complex topic into layman’s terms so we all can get a better understanding of how these neurotransmitters play a role in how we are feeling.
Today, Kathy continues her conversation with Dr. Melissa Pereau and Nicole Goolsby, LMFT, on orthorexia, when healthy becomes harmful. This part of their conversation focuses on case vignettes and looking at treatment and how it is applied and why.
Today, Kathy welcomes Dr. Melissa Pereau and Nicole Goolsby, LMFT, and their topic is orthorexia, when healthy becomes harmful. This is a 2-part episode, so be sure to check back next week for the conclusion of this conversation.
Today, Kathy welcomes Judi Goldstein, MSS, LSW, and they have a conversation about eating disorders, Judi’s time in the field, NEDA, the Renfrew Center Foundation Conference and much more. To learn more about the conference which will be hosted in Philadelphia on November 9-11, please visit renfrewconference.com.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Anna Tanner, and their topic is eating disorders in children and adolescents. This is such an important topic because younger and younger children are presenting with eating disorders, and this episode is rich in detailing the seriousness of these illnesses and how to treat eating disorders in children and adolescents.
Today, Kathy is joined by Jennifer Moran, Psy.D., and they focus their discussion on engaging families in eating disorder recovery support, specifically using the collaborative care model. One of the features of this model is to create an environment at home that will maximize the success for recovery.
Today, Kathy is joined by Lauren Muhlheim, Psy.D., FAED, CEDS, and they discuss FBT, parents and teens, and her new book, When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder: Practical Strategies to Help Your Teen Recover from Anorexia, Bulimia, and Binge Eating.
Today, Kathy welcomes back Mike Gurr, MS, MA, LPC, CDWF, and they continue their conversation on relapse prevention in eating disorders. Today, they focus more on the skill sets that can help an individual get and stay on the recovery path and avoid relapse.
Today, Kathy welcomes Mike Gurr, MS, MA, LPC, CDWF, and their topic is relapse prevention in eating disorders. They discuss the differences between a slip and a relapse, as well as a myriad of other issues surrounding relapse prevention. Because this topic is so wide-ranging, this episode is part one of a two-part interview.
Today, Kathy welcomes Rosalind “Roz” Rodgers, MA, R-DMT, GLCMA, and they discuss Roz’s experience as a dancer before and after movement therapy. Kathy and Roz discuss many of the issues dancers experience surrounding body image and eating disorders.
Today, Kathy welcomes Holly Peek, MD, MPH, and they talk about atypical anorexia. Atypical anorexia is a diagnosis that is very prevalent, yet many people aren’t aware if it or of its severe consequences. Kathy and Dr. Peek give you a lot to think about in this episode.
Welcome to ED Matters episode 100, a landmark and an accomplishment we are extremely proud of. We’d like to thank all of our guests and our listeners for being part of our first 100 episodes, we could not do it without you. For future episodes, if you have suggestions on topics, guests, or anything else, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. On to today’s episode, Kathy continues her conversation with Dr. Walter Kaye, Dr. Guido Frank, and Heather Hower MSW, LICSW, QCSW, ACSW, on the role of anxiety in eating disorders. In case you missed part 1, please listen to episode 99.
Today, Kathy is joined by Dr. Walter Kaye, Dr. Guido Frank, and Heather Hower, MSW, LICSW, QCSW, ACSW. This is the first of a two-part episode where we learn about the role of anxiety on eating disorders.
Today, is a very special episode, as Kathy and I discuss something brand new from Gurze. Learn more about this special episode at edcatalogue.com/groups
Today, Kathy is joined by Karin Kaplan Grumet, RD, CEDRD, and they discuss the pros and cons of blind weighing. This is a topic which lacks consensus in the field, and we hope this episode will further the conversation and lead to more discussion and studies on the topic.
Today, Kathy is joined by Jennifer Rollin, MSW, LCSW-C, and their topic is the treatment of eating disorders from the Health at Every Size principles. They discuss Health at Every Size, how it can be used as part of treatment, and how it should be used in society as a whole.
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