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Best Eatingdisorders podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Eatingdisorders podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Fancy seeing you here! Welcome to The Light Show with me, Alex Light. This podcast will dive into topics that mean a lot to me - confidence, body image, beauty and self-acceptance. Ready to start loving the skin you're in? You're in the 'Light' place! (Did you get that? Did you love it? I did. Very proud)
 
Join Victoria Welsby, TEDx speaker, best-selling author and certified Fierce Fatty as she teaches you how to love your fat body without going on yet another ever again. 95-99% of diets fail, it’s not your fault you’ve never succeeded at losing weight! Wear the damn bikini, rock that crop top, embrace that curvy body. Break down limiting negative self-beliefs and root out the reasons why you think your plus-size body is not ok. Episodes topics include - fatphobia, diet culture, intuitive eati ...
 
A Recovery Podcast for Eating Disorders, Food Addiction and Emotional Pain Melissa Groman is a psychotherapist in private practice since 1995. Her specialties include relationships, healing emotional pain, and eating disorders. She is the author of Better is Not So Far Away: Decide to Recover from Bingeing, Starving or Cutting, 2015, McGraw Hill Education.
 
ED Matters: The Gurze/Salucore podcast airing once a week where we interview the top experts in the field of eating disorders, sharing information for individuals recovering from eating disorders, their loved ones, clinicians in the field, and other individuals, professional or otherwise seeking to learn about eating disorders. Healthy conversations about eating disorders.
 
On Let My People Eat, co-hosts Jill Sharfman, a holistic nutritionist, and Dr. Andrea Moskowitz, MD, an accomplished psychiatrist, demystify confusing talk about food, arming you with the knowledge and confidence to eat, feel and be healthy every day. Listen in for wholesomely nourishing knowledge, as they discuss, dissect and dial down the hyperbole of the latest in holistic living. Our nutrition approach is based on Dr. Ed Bauman’s Eating for Health® system, which teaches the intrinsic ple ...
 
Irreverent, funny and challenging. This is the show for you if you are sick of being on the treadmill of binge eating and sugar addiction and none of the self-proclaimed gurus out there can help. The Eating Coach Harriet Morris brings you Stupid Idea of The Week (walking treadmill or baby food diet, anyone?) as well as real-life workable ideas from her own experience dismantling compulsive eating and sugar addiction, as well as psychology and neuroscience.
 
Stephanie Interviews miraculous women who have dug themselves out of devastation and grown into powerful, successful and most importantly giving people. There's a focus on mental health, self love, compassion, drive, vision and hope. Listen in to get the motivation you need to get out of your current situation (or help someone else to do so) and reach for the stars.
 
Dr. Bridget Nash created Therapy Show in order to demystify mental health treatment by interviewing the top experts in the field using easy to understand language. Therapy Show can help you determine which evidence-based therapy is right for you and how you can find a psychotherapist or physician trained in that therapy to guide your treatment.
 
Welcome to Eating Enlightenment! An 'Eating Enlightenment' means you suddenly transform the way you see eating. Eating can be spiritual. On this interview and sometimes solo podcast show you will learn holistic strategies to experience Eating Enlightenment moments and stop binge and emotional eating! Let's tap into the power of food and healing to awaken!
 
Are you looking to free up your energy from the battle with food and weight so you can discover what you are really capable of in life? Welcome to The Free Life a place to call in the calm you crave, feel satisfied in life and with food, while rediscovering your worth. Block out the noise and cultivate the trust and peace within as your host and intuitive eating coach Karen Diaz inspires and motivates you to create your free life.
 
The Nourishing Women Podcast is a women’s health podcast on all things intuitive eating, body image, holistic healing, wellness and so much more. The Nourishing Women Podcast is hosted by Victoria Myers, the dietitian, co-founder and owner of Nourishing Minds Nutrition, a virtual private practice and online education resource that specializes in empowering women to ditch the diets, heal their digestion, regulate their hormones and learn to practice wellness without obsession. This podcast is ...
 
Whether you are just starting out in the field of eating disorders or a seasoned, wise clinician, everyone needs support, guidance and advice once in awhile. Welcome to dietitian seasonings and therapist reasonings, hosted by therapist Meredith Riddick and dietitian Jill Sechi, eating disorders specialists supervisors with A Collaborative Approach. This podcast is intended to support, educate, and validate clinicians in the eating disorders field; emphasizing the team approach as best practi ...
 
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.
 
Unexpected life lessons from The Boy Who Lived. Every episode, superfan Harriet Morris looks at one character, spell, invention or place from the magical world of Harry Potter (and related works) and asks: what hidden soul-saving teachings are there to help us navigate and dismantle anxiety, depression and the curveballs that life has a habit of throwing at us? As you will see, Winky the house elf, Draco Malfoy and the time turner all have as much to teach us about reclaiming our power as do ...
 
Clean eating. Low carb. Low fat. Do this not that. Now what? Eating is getting too stuffy and complicated. Throw open your windows to allow a new stream of health, wellness, and peace. What if you could write a letter to food? Pen to paper, you hash out the love/hate relationship and food’s undeserving power. Details go back years, to your first childhood diet trying to fit in. How you relate to food chronicles many of your life’s ups and downs. In this letter, you examine your dusty food be ...
 
True, raw, unedited personal stories of recovery from addiction.Qualified is not affiliated with any recovery program. All organizations, institutions, books, people, places, things, and opinions expressed by each guest are entirely their own, part of their own journey of recovery, and not intended as medical advice. If you have a story of recovery and you would like to be a guest on Qualified, please write us at qualifiedpodcast@gmail.com.Find us on Twitter @qualifiedpod. If you are sufferi ...
 
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Sean Cullen is a Licensed Professional Counselor and was one of my first interviews last year before I graduated with my doctorate from Rutgers School of Social Work. So, if the sound is less than perfect, please forgive those imperfections. I wanted to release this podcast because Sean discusses how to effectively work with law enforcement in deal…
 
Are you scared of being or becoming fat? The truth is that most of us are, and it keeps us stuck in the dieting cycle, and lacking trust in our bodies. On the podcast today, I have guest and fierce fatty, Victoria Welsby, to help you understand what exactly is fat phobia and how fearing becoming fat and shaming fat people isn’t helping any of us li…
 
Get ready to learn about eating, neuroscience and spirituality with Jeffrey Siegel. Jeffrey's background includes: - struggling and healing eating habits - studied neuroscience and Buddhism - coach, speaker, trainer and much more In this episode of Eating Enlightenment: - we talk about how to integrate body and emotions - our journey's of eating st…
 
ADVANCE NOTICE: Upcoming Programme September 2020 for empaths Give me your thoughts at http://www.theshiftinside.com/survey/ This is a replay of episode 12 on Robin Williams. 6 years on from his death, one of the world's favourite comedians and actors is sorely missed - but there are also many lessons we can draw from this famously troubled funnyma…
 
I’ve been shifting more of my body image content lately to help you focus first on body respect. Because before anything else, you need to respect yourself and your body, first. When you immerse yourself in the intuitive eating/non-diet world it can be common to feel as if you need to immediately love your body and feel positive about it at all tim…
 
There are 4 key mistakes everyone makes when they are on their body loving journey and I see them come up time and time again as reasons folks are stuck and don’t feel good in their body. Today I will be going in-depth on all 4 of them so that you can avoid these pitfalls. When you don’t work on the things we will be talking about in today’s episod…
 
Dr. Richard Schwartz earned his Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Purdue University and is the founder of the therapeutic modality Internal Family Systems. Dr. Schwartz is also the founder of The Center for Self Leadership where professionals and the general public can attend workshops and trainings. Dr. Schwartz is the author of Family The…
 
We are so excited to get requests for topics! Today's podcast is covering compulsive exercise in relationship to eating disorder recovery. Meredith and Jill first review the difference between athletes and compulsive "exercisers." An excellent resource is Dr. Kate Bennett's website: Athlete Insight. Meredith reviews aspects of exercise that a thera…
 
Don’t forget to sign up for the free workshop I’ll be hosting next week, called Why Diet’s Don’t Work (and what to do instead). The workshop will cover the science of why diets don’t work, what to do instead and understanding what exactly intuitive eating is (and is not). I’ll help you understand the physical and mental health benefits of intuitive…
 
You may be afraid to think about the possibility of relapsing from binge eating, food addiction, or emotional eating in the future. In fact, many people believe that even talking about lapses gives you an excuse to go back to your old behaviors. The truth is that your cravings may come back when you least expect them. Maybe you’ll be doing well, bu…
 
This month, the podcast will hit our three year anniversary. And for THREE YEARS now share my adoration for intuitive eating...and it all started from a realization years ago, that diets don’t work. I saw it in my personal life after a 10 year battle of on and off again diets and developing orthorexia as a result. I saw it in my clients. In my frie…
 
Dr. DuWayne Battle is an Associate Professor of Teaching, Director of the Baccalaureate Program and Course Coordinator of the Diversity & Oppression courses for the Rutgers School of Social Work graduate and undergraduate programs. Under his leadership the undergraduate social work program has more than quadrupled, making it one of the largest and …
 
Did you know that it's estimated that around a quarter of all eating disorder sufferers are male? Don't worry - I didn't know either. The vast majority of the time, eating disorder sufferers are depicted as women in the media, leading men to feel shame around experiencing a 'female illness' - especially when we live in a society that encourages men…
 
Let’s begin this episode with a reflection on your thoughts and beliefs surrounding carbohydrates (carbs). Have you ever sat down with your journal, and thought about which foods you specifically fear and why? Are there specific foods you limit, restrict or fear consuming? What about food groups? Write down anything you may fear, even if you believ…
 
I deep dive into this important question and show the similarities between cult behaviours and that of diets and diet culture. Why is it so hard to leave dieting...perhaps even more so than something we would consider a traditional organised cult? Also, I talk about how to easily spot if what you’re engaging in is cult-like. Episode show notes: htt…
 
Many people who are in recovery from binge eating, food addiction, or emotional eating stay at the superficial level, as in not obsessing about food or not bingeing. While it is important to overcome binge eating, to get food addiction help and to find freedom from emotional eating, but your unwanted behaviors can also be seen as the gateway for a …
 
This is a beautiful conversation with Kelly 🙂 Kelly shares stories from her journey from disordered eating to becoming an Intuitive Eater: how parents and coaches can accidentally encourage disordered eating how becoming a parent motivated Kelly to eat more intuitively how to teach your children to be intuitive eaters For more information about Kel…
 
Welcome Becky Henry to this weeks podcast. Read more about Becky Henry here. Becky discusses a bit of her own story about how she was first a parent of a child in the throws of an eating disorder. She discusses what was helpful for her as she was supporting her child in the recovery process. Becky also discusses the perspective of the parent and th…
 
Evelyn Tribole & Elyse Resch, authors of the revolutionary book Intuitive Eating, join Paige to talk about the newest edition of the book. Evelyn Tribole, M.S., R.D., is an award-winning registered dietitian with a nutrition counseling practice in Newport Beach, CA. She was the nutrition expert forGood Morning America and was a national spokesperso…
 
In episode 10 of Brave Talks, Robyn and I talk about body image, the reality of modeling, and things we've been asked to do to our bodies in order to become better models. Robyn shares a piece of advice her agent in Australia told her that is so empowering. Listen in to find out. Let us know what you think. Please rate and review this podcast if yo…
 
In this special episode, Dr. Robin Berzin and Danielle Duboise talk about feminine leadership and inspire me to think out-of-the-box when it comes to creative solutions for family dynamics and work/life balance as a mother. I was intensely curious to hear about how they're handling their experiences as new mamas and running businesses with 200+ emp…
 
Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Jennifer Dwyer, M.D., Ph.D., and Awais Aftab, M.D., about the physiology of three major endocrine systems and about the evidence for hormone-based interventions in the treatment of major depressive disorder. Dr. Dwyer is an assistant professor at Yale University, where she is affiliated with the Child Study …
 
I am thrilled to have Candace Molatore on the podcast today. I have followed Candace on Instagram for quite awhile now, and I have to say I’m obsessed! She is beautiful, with impeccable style, but more importantly- her words and writing speak to me so much. She’s like that calm, nurturing and honest friend that you cling on to every word she says t…
 
Dr. Sue Johnson is a clinical psychologist, researcher, professor, and a leading innovator in the field of couple’s therapy and adult attachment. Dr. Johnson is the founder of Emotionally Focused Couples and Family Therapy, which is backed by over 30 years of peer-reviewed clinical research. Dr. Johnson is founding Director of the International Cen…
 
ADVANCE NOTICE: Upcoming Programme September 2020 for empaths Give me your thoughts at http://www.theshiftinside.com/survey/ STRESS EATING In today’s episode, I talk about stress eating through a rather unusual lens and help you do a 180 on how you see it. By the way, if we are taking about stress eating, we are also talking about binge eating – be…
 
Spoiler alert: This episode is NOT going to be what you think it is. Because the truth is, if you see ANYONE telling you that you can intentionally lose weight and practice intuitive eating, run far, far away. Today’s episode is to briefly share what can happen to your weight as you enter into intuitive eating, but the main purpose of this episode …
 
In today’s podcast, I am talking about feeling unattractive because you are fat. Is it true that finding a partner is harder when you are fat? Are you destined to be single and alone forever or WORSE dating someone who is unsuitable for you because they are “kind enough” to overlook the size of your body? I talk about this AND answer a listener que…
 
This is an episode addressing a requested topic: "How to handle clients whose trauma involves a lot of foods (either specific types of foods or certain settings or preparing foods) as an RD (ie how to do your work while staying in your lane?)" Meredith and Jill discuss their thoughts and opinions on how to address when clients struggle with trauma …
 
In Brave Talks Ep. 09: "On Being Human and Making Money Rain Down on Others," I chat with my good friend Jen Pastiloff. Jen is a NYT Best-Selling author of, "On Being Human." We talk about empathy and being deaf in a culture not set up for inclusion, and how in the F she makes money rain down on other people, unlike anything I've ever seen. Make su…
 
I'm joined today by Kasey Robinson, an Inclusion, Equity and Well-being Facilitator and Consultant. We tackle lots of topics around racism and anti-racism including the importance of acknowledging impact over intent, the difference between overt and covert racism, and the meaning of certain terms we're hearing a lot right now. Kasey's Instagram is:…
 
This episode begins with a couple updates, including a continuation of our anti-racism conversation we’ve been having all summer long. In today’s episode, I share what is radical self love and how it impacts social justice movements and equality. I share a few quotes about what I am learning about radical self love in the book, The Body is Not an A…
 
Rachel Pierre from Mommifaceted (@mommifaceted) takes over the mic and chats with guests Dorian Shaw and Stephanie Perkins. I went to high school with these women, and I'm particularly interested in what their different experiences were growing up, and now as mothers and Black females. The stories these women share open my eyes and my heart. I've n…
 
In this episode, I have a radically honest conversation with Sara Agah Franti (@saraagahfranti) and Marti Nikko (@martinikko) about navigating new motherhood and our career love. We discuss breaking out of cultural conditioning, messy marriages, extreme loneliness, community, and family accountability to support new mamas, and finding self-compassi…
 
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