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Best podcasts about monte nido

Latest podcast episodes about monte nido

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Investing in Yourself with Carolyn Costin, MA, MeD, LMFT, CEDS, FAED

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 65:05


In this episode, I am joined by world renowned, highly sought-after eating disorder clinician, author, and international speaker, Carolyn Costin, MA, MeD, LMFT, CEDS, FAED. Recovered from anorexia herself, Carolyn was first to publicly take the position that people with eating disorders can become fully recovered. Carolyn’s extensive contributions to the field include six books, the most popular being, “8 Keys to Recovery From an Eating Disorder.” Carolyn launched The Carolyn Costin Institute in 2016 where she offers training and certification of eating disorder coaches. Carolyn is an active, passionate, inspiring force in the eating disorder field.Topics Discussed:• The different ways in which a recovery coach can help clients who are struggling in “real time” • Reentering the world post-COVID-19 and challenging new rituals learned in the pandemic • Acceptance versus resistance theory as a way to tolerate negative feelings and thoughts and align one’s behaviors with their values• Reflecting on how trauma and the messages created can exist throughout time • How emotions are the bodies’s response to thoughts and how changing one’s physiology can change cognition• Deciphering if a behavior is a result of a trigger or a habitual practice as a means to best determine appropriate coping skills • How transitional object attachments can be a healthy mechanism that serves as a bridge between one’s inner and outer worldsAbout Carolyn Costin:Carolyn Costin is a world renowned, highly sought-after eating disorder clinician, author, and international speaker.Recovered from anorexia in her twenties, as a young therapist Carolyn recognized her calling after successfully treating her first eating disorder client.Carolyn was first to publicly take the position that people with eating disorders can become fully recovered.After 15 years in private practice and running hospital programs, Carolyn was determined to improve the relapse rate and recognized a gap in the eating disorder field. She opened Monte Nido, the first residential facility in a home setting, surrounded by nature, where standard treatment was combined with meditation and yoga and clients were “retrained” to shop for, prepare and cook food.Carolyn’s contributions to the field are extensive. She has written six books, the most popular being, “8 Keys to Recovery From an Eating Disorder.” Carolyn’s service in every major eating disorder organization, three decades of training professionals worldwide, free study groups and the outstanding success of Monte Nido all spurred Carolyn to international acclaim.In 2016, Carolyn sold Monte Nido, subsequently left and created The Carolyn Costin Institute. The Institute’s main function is the training and certification of eating disorder coaches. Additionally the Institute offers continuing education for clinicians, educational support for families of those with eating disorders, and mentor training for organizations Carolyn continues to also offer consultations to clients and clinicians and continues to speak at national and international conferences.Carolyn is an active, passionate, inspiring force in the eating disorder field.Connect with Carolyn Costin:• To learn more, visit CarolynCostin.com or email Carolyn directly• Follow Carolyn on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter• Follow The Carolyn Costin Institute on Facebook• Connect with other recovered professionals on Facebook by joining Carolyn’s Facebook Group Recovered Eating Disorder Professionals• Subscribe to Carolyn’s blog• Follow Carolyn’s Youtube channel_______________________About Karin Lewis:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please consider leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or on RateThisPodcast (non-iOS). Thank you!Interested in being a guest on the show? If so, please fill out our brief application form to start the process.

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz
EP. 113 - Intentional Eating & Living with Dr. Gia Marson, Licensed Psychologist, Integrative Medicine Health Coach

Spa it Girl Talk Show by Yvette Le Blowitz

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 46:52


Welcome to the #SPAITGIRL Talk Show with Yvette Le Blowitz Episode 113 - Intentional Eating & Living with Dr Gia Marson, Licensed Psychologist  Become your authentic self.  Create a life that reflects your intentions.   You already have this power and Dr Gia Marson, psychologist and integrative medicine health coach will help you to harness it. Meet Dr Gia Marson is a licensed psychologist, author, consultant, integrative medicine health coach, lecturer and long term meditation practitioner. Dr Gia Marson has worked helping thousands of people find ease with food and recover from eating disorders, through proven techniques she helps people to combat the diet mentality, to stop obsessing about food, and move aware from mindless eating.  From age two until twelve, she lived with a medical condition that kept her from feeling fully carefree. The treatments also made her see herself a little different to her friends. But the experience taught her to deeply honour mental and physical health, and ingrained in her a sincere sense of empathy for others, which she now brings to her personal and professional relationships. She loved her job as a field producer for CNN, however made a decision to go from Journalist to Psychologist and returned to school to study psychology. At the Renfrew Centre, Monte Nido, and the UCLA Counseling Center she provided clinical services  Additionally at UCLA, Dr Gia Marson served as a director of the Eating Disorders Program, coauthored its first clinical care manual, worked as a clinical supervisor, and taught an intuitive eating body-image class.   She also joined the Breaking the Chains Foundation as a clinical board member and started a private practice. Dr Gia Marson career has included working with the UCLA Department of Athletics to support the well-being of the athletes, training as an integrative medicine health coach with Duke Integrative Medicine, and launching the Nourish for Life outpatient program at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine. Dr Gia Marson believes we all have a great ability to grow and change, once we choose to do so. Dr Gia Marson offers Clinical Services that you can reach out for compassionate, evidence based help, that will allow you to build an intentional life that brings you closer to your vision of health, success and happiness. You can become a Member of her Intentional Eating Community and get access to the principles of integrative health, monthly courses, meditations, quizzes, webinars and live Q&As that can help you reach your goals. Dr Gia Marson also has a eight-week program provided in The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook, that will empower you to change your relationship with food and boost your quality of life.  In Episode 113 - Podcast Guest - Dr Gia Marson shares: - a little bit about herself - what inspired her to write - The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook  - what are eating disorders? - symptoms of eating disorders - tips on emotional eatings - tips on binge eating - what is mindful eating? - how to create a healthy food, body, mind connection  - what is intentional living? - what her self care rituals are - what her hope is for all of her book readers Plus we talk about so much more of course... Get Ready to Tune Into Episode 113  Episode 113 - #spaitgirl talk show with Yvette Le Blowitz  available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Audible, Libysn + so many more podcast apps or search for #spaitgirl on any podcast app  -------- Available to watch on Youtube Channel - Spa it Girl or Yvette Le Blowitz - subscribe to my youtube channels in support  ------ JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL BOOK CLUB Grab a copy of The Binge Eating Prevention Workbook by Dr Gia Marson  search for any book title - via Booktopia our affiliated online book store  *click here Hashtag #spaitgirlbookclub //#spaitgirl + tag @spaitgirl - to share when you are reading our podcast guest's book or any other book you are currently reading too --- Stay in contact with our Podcast Guest: Dr Gia Marson, Licensed Psychologist  Website: www.drgiamarson.com Instagram: @drgiamarson ---- IN SUPPORT - Little Random Act of Kindness  After you tune into this episode I would LOVE for you to - subscribe to the #spaitgirl podcast show with Yvette Le Blowitz - on any podcast app you listen to the show on - leave a 5* rating and review  - tell a friend, family member, or anyone you meet along the way about the #spaitgirl podcast show - re-share this episode on social media - hashtag #spaitgirl and tag @spaitgirl in your social media posts and stories {let me know your favourite part} ---------- Stay in Touch  Subscribe to #spaitgirl Website: www.spaitgirl.com Instagram: @spaitgirl ------ Stay In Touch with Podcast Host  Yvette Le Blowitz  Instagram @yvetteleblowitz Website www.yvetteleblowitz.com ------- Become a #SPAITGIRL Sponsor www.spaitgirl.com Email: info@spaitgirl.com ---- JOIN OUR #SPAITGIRL BOOK CLUB HOW - show off your BOOKS, and inspire our globally community - to read, learn, develop and grow. Hashtag #spaitgirlbookclub #spaitgirlpodcast //#spaitgirl + tag @spaitgirl - to share what book you are currently reading  p.s - my book is OUT NOW - It Starts With Me by Yvette Le Blowitz - add it to your reading list --------- Please note - Affiliated Links included in this spaitgirl.com blog post includes affiliated links with Amazon.com and booktopia.com.au- should you order any books from Amazon.com or Booktopia.com.au via the links contained in this blog post spaitgirl.com will receive a small paid commission fee from the online book stores. 

Alabama's Morning News with JT
Dr. Joel Jahraus 042821

Alabama's Morning News with JT

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 5:17


Chief Medical Officer at Rosewood, a Monte Nido affiliate, Dr. Joel Jahraus talks about how the pandemic has led to a rise in eating disorders.

Heavier Than I Look
Body Dysmorphic Disorder

Heavier Than I Look

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 21:34


Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a chronic mental health condition that is characterized by intrusive worries about perceived defects or flaws. It occurs in about 2.5 percent of males and 2.2 percent of females. It is listed in the DSM-5 under the heading "Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders”. It is not classified as symptomatic of an eating disorder, despite these disorders’ shared core feature of disturbed body image. Researchers have estimated that as many as 12% of people with body dysmorphic disorder also have anorexia or bulimia. Learn more about the intersection between BDD and EDs in today’s episode!   Bibliography (show notes): Screening Questionnaire: https://bddfoundation.org/helping-you/questionnaires-do-i-have-bdd/ Anglia Ruskin University. "Study links eating disorders with body dysmorphia: Research finds rate of body dysmorphia is 12 times higher among gym goers with eating issues." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 13 October 2020. . Body Dysmorphic Disorder. 29 Oct. 2019, www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/body-dysmorphic-disorder/symptoms-causes/syc-20353938#:~:text=Body%20dysmorphic%20disorder%20is%20a,may%20avoid%20many%20social%20situations. Body Dysmorphic Disorder. www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/body-dysmorphic-disorder. Cowden, Susan. “How Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Eating Disorders Are Connected.” Verywell Mind, 1 Dec. 2020, www.verywellmind.com/body-dysmorphic-disorder-eating-disorders-1138186. Grant, Jon E, and Katharine A Phillips. “Is anorexia nervosa a subtype of body dysmorphic disorder? Probably not, but read on...” Harvard review of psychiatry vol. 12,2 (2004): 123-6. doi:10.1080/10673220490447236 Hunnicutt, Carrie. “How Body Dysmorphia Affects the Development of Binge Eating Disorder and Bulimia Nervosa.” Monte Nido, 30 Sept. 2020, www.montenido.com/binge-eating-disorder-and-bulimia-nervosa/. McConville, Sharon. “Body Dysmorphia and Its Link to Eating Disorders: How Do They Relate?” Eating Disorder Hope, 11 June 2019, www.eatingdisorderhope.com/information/body-image/body-dysmorphia. McIsaac, Nicole. Pandemic Has Increased Body Dysmorphia Disorder While Decreasing Sexual Encounters. 30 Mar. 2021, quchronicle.com/72616/arts-and-life/pandemic-has-increased-body-dysmorphia-disorder-while-decreasing-sexual-encounters/. Mental Health: Body Dysmorphic Disorder. www.webmd.com/mental-health/mental-health-body-dysmorphic-disorder. Montague, Kelly. “Learning to Love Your Body: How Body Dysmorphia Can Lead to Eating Disorders.” Mission Health Blog, 25 Apr. 2019, blog.mission-health.org/2019/02/25/how-body-dysmorphia-can-lead-to-eating-disorders/. Questionnaires – Do i Have Bdd? bddfoundation.org/helping-you/questionnaires-do-i-have-bdd/. Schaefer, Jenni, and Katharine Phillips. “The Body as a Prison: Eating Disorders and Body Dysmorphic Disorder.” BDD, bdd.iocdf.org/expert-opinions/the-body-as-a-prison-eating-disorders-and-body-dysmorphic-disorder/. Schaefer, Jenni. “Is It an Eating Disorder or Body Dysmorphic Disorder?” Eating Recovery Center, 23 Mar. 2017, www.eatingrecoverycenter.com/blog/signs-symptoms/Eating-Disorder-Body-Dysmorphic-Disorder. Susan McQuillan. “What It's Like to Suffer Daily With Body Dysmorphic Disorder.” Psycom.net - Mental Health Treatment Resource Since 1996, 24 Oct. 2019, www.psycom.net/body-dysmorphic-disorder. Symptoms & Related Disorders. adaa.org/understanding-anxiety/body-dysmorphic-disorder/symptoms-related-disorders.     

Solvable Mysteries Podcast
What Happened to Mitrice Richardson? #85

Solvable Mysteries Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 102:06


What were the causes of the events that led to the death of Mitrice Richardson in the mountains above Calabasas and Monte Nido?  On September 16th, 2009, Mitrice Richardson was in the middle of what seemed to be a psychotic break or major bipolar episode, and was arrested at Geoffrey's, a famous restaurant in Malibu, for not paying her bill.  After being booked and released in Calabasas at the Lost Hills Sheriff Station shortly after midnight, Mitrice disappeared.  She was later spotted wandering around nearby Monte Nido, several miles away, but thereafter disappeared into the hills, never to be seen alive again.  Despite a massive search by authorities and volunteers, it wasn't until almost a year later that the authorities stumbled on her mummified body while searching for another case.Please Subscribe to our YouTube channel to make sure you don't miss new episodes of the Solvable Mysteries Podcast, we upload on a weekly basis.

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 42 - Growing Pains with Rachel Gerretsen, LMFT, CEDS

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2021 50:51


ABOUT RACHEL GERRETSEN:Rachel Gerretsen is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, and owner of Rachel Gerretsen Therapy. With a passion for helping people, Rachel works with children/adolescents, couples, individuals, and families of all ages using a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy, family systems, humanistic therapy, positive psychology, and solution-focused therapy.After obtaining her Bachelors in Psychology from her hometown college, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Rachel Gerretsen began her development as a therapist and completed her Masters in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy, from Pepperdine University in Malibu.Rachel has worked as a therapist for 12 years in Southern California in private practice and spend a decade in the treatment facility setting at Monte Nido, one of the leading eating disorder treatment centers in the country. As a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist, Rachel confidently and competently treats Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, and various forms of disordered eating.Rachel has worked with adolescents and adults with a variety of difficulties and has collaborated with families and supporting providers to help heal each client. Her goal is to help her clients live a more fulfilling, authentic, and meaningful life by reconnecting them to their most desirable self.CONNECT WITH RACHEL GERRETSEN: • Visit Rachel’s website or contact her directly to learn more about her therapy services• Inquire about Rachel’s therapeutic and program development consulting services• Learn about Rachel’s clinical supervision for intern therapists _______________________ABOUT KARIN LEWIS:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please consider leaving a review here. Thank you!Are you interested in becoming a guest on the Recovery Bites podcast? If so, please fill out our brief application form to start the process.

Citizen Smith
Citizen Smith - #033

Citizen Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 30:00


Joseph Biden fulfills his life-long quest to be the U.S. President As Joseph Biden is sworn in today as the 46th President of the United States, Kamala Harris also makes history as the first woman Vice President. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo makes one final action condemning China of 'genocide' against Uighurs. And an interview with Melissa Spann, Chief Clinical Officer of Monte Nido, discussing the growing problem of people with eating disorders, and the opening of a new Monte Nido treatment center in Portland, Oregon.

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 32 - Courage Over Comfort with Jacque Mular, MS, RDN, LMFT

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 55:07


ABOUT JACQUE MULAR:Jacque Mular, MS, RDN, LMFT has devoted her life’s work to helping others heal their relationships with food, exercise, and body image. Additionally, Jacque is Level One trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. Prior to moving into her role as Clinical Director of the Eating Disorder Center of Portland (EDCP), Jacque served as a Registered Dietitian at the Eating Disorder Center of California and Primary Therapist at Monte Nido Vista. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Idaho and went on to earn two graduate degrees— her Masters in nutrition from California State University at Northridge and her Masters in psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles.Jacque co-authored Real World Recovery and is a contributing author to Monte Nido Founder Carolyn Costin’s new book on multi-disciplinary treatment of eating disorders in special populations.CONNECT WITH JACQUE MULAR: • Visit the Eating Disorder Center of Portland to learn about the EDCP and other Monte Nido programs• Follow Jacque on Facebook• Connect with Jacque on LinkedIn_______________________ABOUT KARIN LEWIS:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please consider leaving a review here. Thank you!Are you interested in becoming a guest on the Recovery Bites podcast? If so, please fill out our brief application form to start the process.

The Recovery Warrior Show
How Your Personality Fuels Your Eating Disorder AND Recovery with Carolyn Costin, LMFT

The Recovery Warrior Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2020 65:53


According to world-renowned clinician and author Carolyn Costin, LMFT, Founder of Monte Nido and The Carolyn Costin Institute, people with eating disorders often share similar personality traits, such as being anxious, perfectionistic, controlling, rigid, impulsive, and/or compulsive. Rather than blaming your genetic predispositions for fueling your eating disorder and rejecting these traits, she shares how to use them to shine, even during times of crisis. In this episode of The Recovery Warrior Show, Carolyn dives into many concepts from her book 8 Keys to Recovery from an Eating Disorder such as the importance of detaching worth from ego, learning acceptance, and how to reduce suffering during difficult times. === Holiday Support === Sign up at www.warriorholidaysupport.com to get access to an exclusive training series to support you in feeling your best over the holidays. === In This Show You'll Learn: === • How to shift your personality traits from darkness to light. • Why differentiating your “ED Self” from your “Healthy Self” is vital. • How the practice of acceptance vs. resistance can help you recover. • Why hating your eating disorder is not the answer and how working with it can help you heal. • Why it's important to find a balance between feeling emotions and distracting in a healthy way. • What “soul moments” are and how to find them. === Show Notes === https://www.recoverywarriors.com/carolyn-costin/

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 30 - #IntuitiveHealing with Anna Sweeney, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD-S

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 48:41


ABOUT ANNA SWEENEY:Anna Sweeney is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian, Certified Intuitive Eating Specialist and owner of Whole Life Nutrition Counseling. She is an expert in the treatment of individuals struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating, and emotional eating. Anna combines her knowledge of the science of nutrition and experience in the treatment of eating disorders with direct, compassionate, and heartfelt care to help her clients realize the pleasures of living a whole life.Anna received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Food Science and Nutrition and her Masters Degree of Nutrition and Health Promotion from Simmons College, Boston. While earning her Masters' Degree, Anna served as Lead Dietitian of the Partial Hospitalization Program at Walden Behavioral Care, LLC, an eating disorder and psychiatric facility outside of Boston.After working at all levels of eating disorder care - partial hospitalization, residential, and inpatient - she was promoted to the position of Coordinator of Nutrition Services where she managed the nutrition department, supported nutrition staff, and developed nutrition protocols for the treatment of inpatient adolescent patients.Anna served as the first dietitian for Monte Nido at Laurel Hill, a residential eating disorder treatment facility in Boston, Massachusetts, and held the title of National Director of Nutrition Services for the organization until 2018.Anna is member of the Massachusetts Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (MAND), the Massachusetts Dietetic Association (MDA), and is an active member of the Multiservice Eating Disorder Association (MEDA), the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED), the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals Foundation (IAEDP), and the International Federation for Eating Disorder Dietitians (IFEDD).Anna is certified by the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals as a dietitian with eating disorder expertise and is also an IAEDP approved supervisor. CEDRD status is earned by dietitians who have met rigorous educational and skill requirements, have accumulated a minimum number of hours of qualifying work experience, and have made a commitment to stay abreast of current developments in the field through Continuing Education.Whole Life Nutrition Counseling in Concord, MA, works exclusively with clients with eating disorders, disordered eating, or an interest in intuitive eating. At Whole Life Nutrition, Anna’s goal is to help her clients to heal their relationships with food and body, trust their own wisdom, appreciate self-care, and to enjoy every bite along the way. Anna’s extensive history working with eating disorder clients on an outpatient basis allows her bring her expertise, experience, and enthusiasm to Whole Life Nutrition Counseling and the MetroWest Community.Anna is a recognized public figure on social media, where she does not shy away from talking about chronic illness, wellness culture, and how to navigate these tenuous spaces. Foreseeing that many would not be able to access the support they may need due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Anna created Virtual Connection, a weekly free hour of support for those struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image concerns.Anna also proudly identifies herself as a disabled woman. In the context of Anna’s disability and inability to access nature in ways that she once could, Anna created the #inaccessibleviews hashtag where she asks for photos and videos of places, around the world, that a disabled body cannot experience. With over 600 submissions and 10K views, #inaccessibleviews powerfully bridges the gap between the able-bodied and disabled worlds.CONNECT WITH ANNA SWEENEY:• Visit Whole Life Nutrition Counseling to learn about Anna’s private practice nutrition and supervision services• Follow Anna on Instagram• …..and Facebook on Twitter• Share your inaccessible view photos and videos on Instagram by tagging @dietitiananna and #inaccessibleviews• Tune into Virtual Connection every Monday at 3 PM EST on Instagram to join Anna for her weekly support hour• Purchase your Earthsuit gear• Listen to some of Anna other podcast guest interviews:○ Body Trauma○ RD Real Talk○ The F*ck It Diet○ The Mindful Dietitian○ Click here for all of Anna's podcast guest interviews._______________________ABOUT KARIN LEWIS:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please consider leaving a review here. Thank you!Are you interested in becoming a guest on the Recovery Bites podcast? If so, please fill out our brief application form to start the process.

Hell and Gone
S3E2 Where is Mitrice?

Hell and Gone

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2020 46:49


As Mitrice's family and friends pressure the police to invigorate their search efforts, Dr. Ronda Hampton works with Tashaka Starwell of REACT LA and documentary filmmaker Chip Croft to follow all leads to track down Mitrice. The police receive a call that Mitrice has been spotted in the bucolic neighborhood of Monte Nido. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 27 - The Slower You Go, The Faster You Get There with Sarah Chipps, PsyD, CEDS-S

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 53:22


ABOUT SARAH CHIPPS:Sarah Chipps, PsyD is the Chief Clinical Officer of Sanctuary and the Founder and Clinical Director of Well Williamsburg Psychotherapy. She is a New York State licensed psychologist (license #020206). Sarah specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, substance abuse, and trauma.Sarah received her master's and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in San Francisco. Since 2008, she has had the privilege to work with people with diverse identities and histories, in a variety of settings. Prior to opening a full-time group practice, she was clinical director at Monte Nido's residential program for women with eating disorders in Irvington, NY.Sarah is a regular presenter at conferences on topics such as ethnic diversity, the client/therapist relationship, and the treatment of eating disorders, trauma, and substance abuse. Her own recovery from an eating disorder and substance dependence give her an inside perspective that helps her both support and challenge clients.CONNECT WITH GUEST:• Learn more about Sanctuary’s services here• Visit Well Williamsburg website to view their services• Follow Sanctuary Healing on Facebook and Instagram• ….and Well Williamsburg on Instagram• Get to know more about Sarah Chipps hereABOUT KARIN LEWIS:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please consider leaving a review here. Thank you!Are you interested in becoming a guest on the Recovery Bites podcast? If so, please fill out our brief application form to start the process.

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 24 - Tutu Thin and Dancing Around the Issues with Dawn Smith-Theodore, LMFT

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2020 55:10


ABOUT DAWN SMITH-THEODORE:Dawn Smith-Theodore, LMFT is a specialist in the treatment of eating disorders. Dawn has a private practice in Agoura Hills and Westwood, CA, and she was the Director of Day Treatment Services for Monte Nido and Affiliates. She was the owner of “Carousel” a transitional living home for women with eating disorders and chemical dependency, with her colleague, Terry Eagan, MD.Dawn worked for seven years at Monte Nido Residential Treatment Center in Malibu, CA with women suffering from anorexia, bulimia, and exercise addiction. She has worked as a primary therapist as well as a facilitator of the weekly multi-family group, cognitive-behavioral, dance therapy, and creativity groups. She worked for 6 years as an Eating Disorder Consultant for Visions Adolescent Treatment Center in Malibu, where she worked with adolescents who suffer from drug addiction, alcoholism in addition to having an eating disorder. Dawn was the Clinical Director of the Eating Disorder Center of California in Brentwood (Los Angeles) for 5 years.Dawn appeared on Health Zone with Amy Hendel and Recovery Talk Network as a therapist with a specialty in the eating disorder field. She has also been a guest teacher at Pepperdine University and California State Dominguez Hills. She spoke on a panel about Women’s Issues in Recovery at the Southern California Recovery Summit. Dawn appeared with Tracey Gold in the Lifetime Television show about the treatment of eating disorders entitled Starving Secrets. Dawn is an international speaker having recently spoken to the dance department at Boston Conservatory, The Joffrey Ballet School, Dance Theatre of Harlem, Steps on Broadway, The Washington Ballet, Kirov Ballet Academy, IADMS in Helsinki and Montreal, and the Frank Sinatra School of Performing Arts in New York City. Dawn is recovered from Anorexia Nervosa herself.In addition to her work as a therapist, Dawn owned and operated her dance studio, A Step in Time School of Dance in Calabasas, CA for 25 years. During her ownership, Dawn has traveled the globe with her students giving them opportunities to perform at such venues as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Cruise Ships, the Sydney 2000 Olympics, and The Radio City Christmas Show at the Nokia Theatre as well as building self-esteem through performance. Dawn continues to teach dance and is currently working with dance conventions and Ballet companies to educate them about eating disorders and positive body images in the dance world. Dawn believes that education and early intervention with dance educators, young dancers, and parents can help decrease the number of dancers who develop an eating disorder. She is the co-owner of Cross Pointe Dance with her long-time friend, Dana Stackpole former American Ballet Theatre and Broadway Star. Cross Pointe Dance is a Master Class Series and Performance opportunity for young dancers, where Dawn has the ability to promote positive body image to young dancers. She is the author of the book about dancers and eating disorders, Tutu Thin: a Guide to Dancing Without an Eating Disorder.CONNECT WITH DAWN SMITH-THEODORE: • Get to know Dawn by visiting her website• Call to book Dawn for your next Speaking Engagement• Find Dawn in the media:- "The Eating Disorder Trap: How Dancers' Perfectionism Can Make Things Dangerously Worse" for Pointe Magazine- The Whole Dancer’s interview with Tutu Thin author Dawn Smith-Theodore- Gurze Eating Disorder Catalogue’s Tutu Thin interview• Learn more about Tutu Thin: A Guide to Dancing Without an Eating Disorder and purchase a copy hereABOUT KARIN LEWIS:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please consider leaving a review here. Thank you!Are you interested in becoming a guest on the Recovery Bites podcast? If so, please fill out our brief application form to start the process.

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 21 - Bringing the Eating Disorder Into the Room with Joe Sciarretta, LCSW

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2020 56:30


ABOUT JOE SCIARRETTA:Joseph (Joe) Sciarretta, LCSW is a licensed therapist who focuses his career on the treatment of people with eating disorders, anxiety, depression, OCD, and trauma.Joe received his BA in Psychology from The College of New Jersey in 2011 and his MSW from Rutgers University in 2014. Since completing his graduate education, Joe has held a variety of positions in the world of eating disorder treatment including Admissions Coordinator, Recovery Coach, Primary Therapist, and finally Lead Therapist. Joe is a fully credentialed Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of New Jersey. Joe is also a member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP) and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Joe also offers training workshops on eating disorders to other healthcare professionals.Joe got his start working in the eating disorder field sort of "by accident". After looking through a binder of internships held by previous students in his undergraduate psychology department, he had his interest piqued by the idea of learning in the most professional setting he could find, and so applied to intern at a hospital-based eating disorder program. Although he knew very little about eating disorders then, he was given a chance to learn and became the first male intern the program took on. During this experience, Joe had the privilege to help people as they started their journey in a state of illness and then gradually moved through their healing process. After witnessing many people go through meaningful transformations, Joe was so inspired that he decided to dedicate his professional career to the care of people with eating disorders.Since that internship in 2010, Joe has been working with people who have eating disorders at a number of reputable treatment centers in the New Jersey-New York area. He has made it a point to serve people with eating disorders at all levels of care: from outpatient office visits, day treatment programs, residential centers, and inpatient hospitals. Having been a long-time staff member of Monte Nido's residential treatment center in Irvington, NY, Joe emphasizes the Monte Nido therapeutic approach outlined in the "8 Keys To Recovery From An Eating Disorder" book. He also heavily incorporates effective evidence-based principles from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Family Therapy.At present, Joe owns and operates Earnest Therapy, LLC - a private practice dubbed for his tendency to eagerly support and encourage his client's true selves. At Earnest Therapy, he continues his tradition of directly serving people suffering from eating disorders, anxiety, depression, OCD, and trauma.CONNECT WITH JOE SCIARRETTA:• Learn more about Joe’s private practice by visiting Earnest Therapy online• Follow Earnest Therapy on Facebook• Connect with Joe on LinkedIn• Visit Joe’s Psychology Today and Good Therapy profiles• Read Joe’s article “I want to get better, but….”• Check out Ernest Therapie’s BlogABOUT THE HOST:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.Are you interested in becoming a guest on our show? If so, please fill out our Guest Application.If you enjoyed the show, please consider taking a minute to leave us a review/rating on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 19 - All in the Family with Anna Kowalski, MA, LMFT, CEDS

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2020 60:11


ABOUT ANNA KOWALSKI:Anna Kowalski received her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles. She has been licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist since 2001. Anna was honored to have an 18-year career at Monte Nido & Affiliates: Residential Treatment for Eating Disorders, and left her position as Chief Experience Office at the end of 2017.Anna has provided training and mentoring in several eating disorder treatment centers across the United States and firmly holds the belief that full recovery from an eating disorder is possible.Anna is a person first, therapist second practitioner. She is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist who also loves to work with individuals, couples, and all configurations of families. In working with families, Anna’s help to restore/teach communication skills, while working through the discord to create a sense of wholeness.With fierce protection, uncanny humor, and insightful honesty, Anna's unique gift of bringing out each client's healthy self. Her bold authenticity and use of positive psychology have endeared her to clients through the years. Supporting clients and their families as they navigate their way from eating disordered to fully recovered, Anna's clinical expertise, strength, and insight have made her a sought after therapist in the realm of family therapy and eating disorders. She inspires clients with her zest for life, sense-of-humor, and ability to make every person that crosses her path feel special. Anna is also a dynamic, engaging speaker and has presented nationally on eating disorders and recovery.While Anna has had a private practice in the Calabasas CA area for the past 20 years, she currently has a cherished private practice in Agoura Hills, California.SPECIAL LISTENER Q&A FEATURE:• Submit your questions for a chance to have them answered when Anna returns to the podcast!• You can email questions to Karin directly, comment on the episode webpage, and/or send them via Instagram and Facebook.• All questions will be anonymous to protect our listeners.ABOUT KARIN LEWIS:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please consider leaving a review here. Thank you!Are you interested in becoming a guest on the Recovery Bites podcast? If so, please fill out our brief application form to start the process.

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 11 - Fingerprint Moments with Kate Funk, MFT, LMFT

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2020 52:14


ABOUT KATE FUNK:Kate Funk, MFT, LMFT, of Kate Funk Counseling, is a therapist in the greater Houston area who earned a Masters Degree in Family Therapy from Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA. Kate has dedicated her professional career to the treatment and understanding of eating disorders. Kate believes eating disorders affect the entire person and that individual and family therapy promote healing. With personal experience battling and recovering from an eating disorder, Kate knows first-hand full recovery is possible. Dedicated to learning about the treatment of eating disorders, Kate has trained with Harvard University, University of Pennsylvania, University of Texas, Shepherd Pratt, The Renfrew Center, Monte Nido and Affiliates, and the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals.Kate created an outpatient group for eating disorders in southern New Jersey while serving as research coordinator for the University of Sciences Eating Disorder Research Program which since moved to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. Since 2016, Kate has worked at Monte Nido and Affiliates and has worked in all levels of care including intensive outpatient, partial hospitalization, and residential treatment. Throughout her career, she has had opportunities to volunteer with the National Eating Disorder Association, The Renfrew Center, and Girls on the Run.Kate believes in treating the mind and body through a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy, self-empowerment, compassion-focused therapy, symbolic experiential, and structural family therapy as well as creative arts.CONNECT WITH KATE FUNK:• Learn more about Kate’s private practice Kate Funk Counseling• Stay up to date with Kate by visiting her blog• Follow Kate on Instagram (@katefunklmft)• Connect Kate on LinkedIn• Check out Kate’s Psychology Today profile• Listen to Kate on the Mosaics of Mercy podcastABOUT THE HOST:Karin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin and her center’s services, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder Center. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and Instagram.Are you interested in becoming a guest on our show? If so, please fill out our Guest Application.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please take a minute to leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Episode 1 - Betraying the Soul with Carolyn Costin, MA, MEd, LMFT, CEDS, FAED

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2020 58:51


ABOUT CAROLYN COSTIN:In her early twenties, Carolyn Costin recovered from anorexia nervosa, earned two master’s degrees, became a teacher and began her career as a psychotherapist. A passionate and dedicated educator Carolyn taught high school and community college for 8 years and brought teaching to her role as an eating disorder therapist.After successfully treating her first eating disorder client in 1979, Carolyn recognized this was her calling. Her continued success led her to develop and direct several inpatient eating disorder facilities during the period of 1987 to 1996.In 1996, Carolyn created Monte Nido, the first licensed, residential eating disorder treatment facility in a home setting. She was the first to combine state of the art eating disorder treatment with eastern healing modalities, such as yoga and meditation. She was first to speak out that people with eating disorders could be fully “Recovered” and first to openly hire recovered therapists. Knowing that role models, trust and relationships matter, Carolyn created a program where staff and clients shop, cook and eat meals together like a family. Carolyn wanted clients and their families to have a healing environment where professionals delivered expert care and clients acquired the knowledge and skills necessary for long-term recovery.Carolyn’s personal history of an eating disorder, her humanistic relational approach, her acclaimed speaking engagements, her six books and Monte Nido’s highly successful outcome study (Brewerton & Costin, 2011) have resulted in Carolyn being one of the most respected and sought-after leaders in the eating disorder field.A large percentage of Carolyn’s career has been lecturing, training, teaching and supervising clinicians, dietitians, and physicians. Many regularly attend a monthly study group for professionals Carolyn began in the mid-1980s. An official CE provider, through the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) and the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), Carolyn continues to travel nationally and internationally educating professionals and the public about eating disorders.Having left Monte Nido & Affiliates in early 2016 Carolyn remains active in the eating disorder field on many fronts. She is a Fellow of the Academy of Eating Disorders and stays involved in many professional eating disorder organizations, as a member, speaker, consultant, or a collaborator on projects, such as her work with Project Heal, training eating disorder mentors for Communities of Healing.In early 2017, Carolyn opened The Carolyn Costin Institute, which offers Eating Disorder Coach Training, Mentor Training, Continuing Education for clinicians as well as other specialized training.CONNECT WITH CAROLYN COSTIN:• Learn more about The Carolyn Costin Institute• Connect with others on Facebook by joining Carolyn’s Facebook Group Recovered Eating Disorder Professionals• Follow Carolyn on Facebook and InstagramABOUT THE HOSTKarin Lewis, MA, LMFT, CEDS has been recovered from Anorexia Nervosa for over 20 years and has been specializing in the prevention and treatment of eating disorders since 2005. To learn more about Karin’s private practice, coaching services, and free support groups, please visit Karin Lewis Eating Disorder online. You can connect with Karin on social media by following her on Facebook and on Instagram.Are you interested in becoming a guest on our show? If so, please fill out our Guest Application.If you enjoyed the podcast, we would be so grateful if you would please take a minute to leave us a rating/review on Apple Podcasts. Thank you!8vemvpFvAajThH4zDXyC

Hope Pieced Together
Personal Story, Eating Disorder Recovery: Kate Funk, LMFT

Hope Pieced Together

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2020 42:38


The road to recovery is never an easy one, no matter what the issue is. Our guest today is Kate Funk and she talks about her own recovery and her work helping others with theirs. Kate developed a serious eating disorder at a very young age and it took many years for her to properly address and overcome the harmful effects of the roots of the problem. She now works at Monte Nido and Affiliates, helping teens on their path to a healthier self as well as in her own private practice of rehab. Kate opens up about what her disorder looked like and how it changed and evaded her grasp. We hear about chasing a never-achievable body weight, the influence of her mother's own eating issues on her as a young girl, important steps in the process and even some of the positive things that have come with having these problems in her life. Kate shares the important role her friends played in the journey and how tiny moments and messages can make all the difference in hanging on. We also discuss her treatment and how she came around to it after a typical aversion. For a wonderfully honest and inspiring conversation with someone fully committed to helping people through what she has experienced herself, be sure to join us today!Key Points From This Episode:More about Monte Nido, who it serves and its aims.Kate's private practice working with eating disorders, addiction, and trauma. Our guest's personal reasons for getting into counseling and working with eating disorders.Chasing a bodyweight and the unquenchable desire to go lower. The recovery journey; scales, reaching out and journalling. The gifts that have come along with an eating disorder and how Kate appreciates her journey. Kate's friends and the part they played in her recovery through steadfastness. The small messages that can make such a difference to someone who is struggling. How Kate was forced into treatment initially and how it took hold from there. The different stages of recovery; making it through the levels over time. Finding ways to be more kind to oneself and taking your own emotional temperature. The other areas that Kate's low sense of self-worth made itself apparent. Challenges of working with people with similar issues and problems.Kate's experiences coaching at Girls on the Run!Some thoughts from our guest to anyone out there struggling.A favorite story from Kate's journey around a big mirror and her fingerprint.Tweetables:“I developed an eating disorder at a really young age, I would say I was probably 7 or 8 years old.” — Kate Funk [0:04:30]“I am a very sensitive person, so if I'm holding something back that is a red flag that there is something going on.” — Kate Funk [0:10:45]“I probably am a little bit more tough love than a therapist that hasn't been there.” — Kate Funk [0:32:15]Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode:Mosaics of MercyKate Funk Monte Nido and AffiliatesGirls on the Run

WellSeekers with Lucia
Get Help for a Loved One with an Eating Related Issue: How to Help Take Care of Them & You!

WellSeekers with Lucia

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2019


Eating related issues are a part of almost everyone's lives in some way. According to statistics (anad.org/education-and-awaren…isorders-statistics/), at least 30 million people of all ages and of all genders suffer from a clinical eating disorder, with estimates much higher for those that go unreported. Even more shocking is the every 62 minutes, at least one person passes away as a direct result of an eating disorder & that eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of ANY mental illness. On today's show, Kelly McAdams, MSW, LICSW and New England Regional Outreach Manager at Monte Nido & Affiliates, joins us to talk about how we can talk to a loved one who we may think has some sort of eating related issues. One of the biggest things that can aid in someones struggling with an eating related issues, is prevention, so what can we say if we think someone around us is struggling? No matter how far down the line they are in their struggle, Kelly will help give us some resources to talk to our loved ones as well as ways to take care of ourselves along the way. Don't miss this critical episode below and for more on treatment resources make sure to check out Monte Nido & Affiliates (www.montenido.com/) Follow Us On Social @WellSeekers WellSeekers is great for mental health, holistic well being, stress, anxiety, self care, relationships, healing, growing, connecting, love, and life.

Taylor Tara Radio
Monday Political Preview+The Woolsey Fire & The Aftermath W/ Elena Christopoulos

Taylor Tara Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2018 100:00


A forecast that includes several days of gusting Santa Ana winds has fire officials worried about the possible spread of the 83,000-acre Woolsey fire straddling Ventura and Los Angeles counties, officials said Sunday. The massive blaze, which has claimed two lives and forced more than 250,000 people to evacuate from Malibu to Thousand Oaks, was 10% contained as of Sunday morning. But expected wind gusts of 40 mph or stronger over the next several days have officials concerned the fire could spread in a quick and unprecedented fashion, and urged residents who were sheltering in place to evacuate immediately. “Maybe 10 or 20 years ago you stayed in your homes when there was a fire and you were able to protect them,” Ventura County Fire Chief Mark Lorenzen said. “We’re entering a new normal. Things are not the way they were 10 years ago.” The fire had burned 83,275 acres as of Sunday morning, according to fire officials. A total of 177 buildings had been destroyed, and roughly 57,000 structures were threatened. The coming wind gusts could also severely reduce the effectiveness of aerial water and retardant drops, leaving firefighters to battle the flames solely from the ground, officials said. Several parts of Los Angeles and Ventura counties, including Malibu, Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Hidden Hills, and sections of West Hills, Monte Nido, Gated Oaks and Topanga, remained under evacuation order Sunday morning, officials said. Residents of Topanga Canyon who were sheltering in place were also advised to flee the area. Read More Here:http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-woolsey-fire-latest-20181111-story.html

Daily Sundial Podcast
11/9/18 KCSN News at 3:30 - Fire Update

Daily Sundial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2018 5:04


KCSN anchor Veronica Barriga has the latest on the fires affecting Ventura County and northern California. The fast-moving Woolsey Fire has burned more than 14,000 acres. Malibu is under evacuation orders. Law enforcement has opened all four lanes of PCH for southbound traffic. People living in Topanga Canyon Zones 1 thru 6 are asked to evacuate north to the San Fernando Valley. Zones 7, 8, and 9 go southbound on PCH toward the 10. Monte Nido and Hidden Hills are also being evacuated. The fire started Thursday afternoon in the Rocky Peak area west of Chatsworth. The winds helped flames race southwest toward the 101 late Thursday night -- jumping the freeway early Friday morning. The 101 remains closed from Valley Circle Boulevard in Woodland Hills to Reyes Adobe in Agoura Hills. Cal State Northridge graduate Jonathan Gonzalez is now with NBC4. He posted Instagram videos before and after flames raced up a hill where he and his cameraman were reporting. The National Park Service says flames have destroyed the iconic Western Town at Paramount Ranch. It's been used in T-V shows and movies for decades -- most recently in Westworld on H-B-O. Will Smith posted videos on social media showing how close the fire is to his house. The so-called Hill Fire has burned about 6,000 acres. People living in the following areas are under mandatory evacuation orders: Point Mugu Naval Base, Camarillo Springs, Vallecito Trailer Park, Cal State Channel Islands, Dos Vientos and South Coast. A fire near Chico -- in northern California -- has burned 70,000 acres. It's just five-percent contained. Several deaths have been reported in the town of Paradise.

The Mindful Dietitian
How do Dietitians REALLY feel about their bodies? with Anna Sweeney

The Mindful Dietitian

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2018 64:24


Anna Sweeney on how Dietitians *really* feel about their bodies, promoting diversity in Dietetics and therapeutic diets - separating the shit from the sandwich. Here Anna shares: Her journey to becoming an eating disorders dietitian and involvement in Monte Nido treatment facilities. The beauty of Boston; richness of HAES/non-diet practitioners. The major findings of her recently conducted ‘Body Image and Eating Disorder Nutrition Professionals Survey’; an opportunity for self-reflection. Asking the hard questions; how the survey results may impact our clients and how we can improve client-centred practice. The important issues and consequences surrounding the lack of diversity in dietetics. Her personal lived-experience with progressing multiple sclerosis (MS) and insight into applying a therapeutic diet. On therapeutic diets; ‘We do significant harm if we are not exceptionally thoughtful when making recommendations about food choices and dietary changes that will impact our clients lives – in every single part of their existence”. The importance of being curious with our clients, validating their concerns, instilling compassion and supporting autonomy when navigating therapeutic and/or restrictive diets. Her recent project with @with_this_body - keep an eye out!   Connect with Anna through her: Website Instagram Twitter Facebook   More about Anna: Anna Sweeney, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD-S, is a non-diet, health at every size dietitian who specializes in the treat of eating disorders, disordered eating and body image concerns. She is the National Director of Nutrition Services for Monte Nido, an eating disorder treatment program with many locations across the United States. Anna is also the owner of Whole Life Nutrition Counseling, an outpatient nutrition therapy practice dedicated solely to the care of clients who are working through the process of healing their relationships with food and body. Anna is an active member of her local eating disorder treatment community and has spoken both locally and nationally on topics related to eating disorder treatment and recovery. Anna is also a disabled woman who is working to bring all her parts to the work that she is so passionate about.

Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist
35: Episode 19- Food For The Soul

Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2018 76:33


This week Keegan and Madigan discuss Eating Disorders to close out Mental Health Awareness Month.  If you or someone you know is struggling with an eating disorder, please reach out and get professional support.  **International Eating Disorder Support**:  www.feast-ed.org **Monte Nido**: (310) 457 9958 or (888) 826 2320 **National Suicide Prevention Hotline**: 1 800 273 8255 **Teen Suicide Hotline**: 1 800 273 8255 Got a #SisterSolidarity story you want to share? Email us at neighborhoodfeminist@gmail.com Find us on Social Media! Instagram: @angryneighborhoodfeminist Twitter: YANFPodcast Facebook: https://facebook.com/angryneighborhoodfeminist Music By: Lee Rosevere

Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist
33: Episode 18- Forgotten Feminist Faves Vol. 1

Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2018 68:29


This week Keegan and Madigan introduce some Forgotten Feminist Faves, Carolyn Costin and Sophie Scholl. **If you are struggling with an eating disorder and looking for support: National Eating Disorder Association Helpline: (800) 931-2237 Monte Nido information: www.montenido.com Phone: (888) 288-1253 Fax: (310) 457-8442 Got a #SisterSolidarity story you want to share? Email us at neighborhoodfeminist@gmail.com Find us on Social Media! Instagram: @angryneighborhoodfeminist Twitter: YANFPodcast Facebook: https://facebook.com/angryneighborhoodfeminist Music By: Lee Rosevere

Phit for a Queen: A Female Athlete Podcast
Intuitive Movement in the New Year with Dr. Beth Hartman McGilley

Phit for a Queen: A Female Athlete Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2018 22:07


    Workout because you love your body, not because you hate it.  Dr. Beth McGilley joins us in discussing this sometimes complicated relationship between exercise and our body image. Dr.McGilley shares her knowledge on eating disorders, exercise and the recovery process and the difference between mindless and mindful exercise.     What is dysfunctional exercise?  We need to look at the quality of the exercise continuum: what is the driven quality, is it ritualized and rigid, is it only done to management negative mood and weight.    Mindful Exercise is a way we can reconnect to our body and find joy in movement vs. it being a punishment. Dr. Beth McGilley shares her exercise mantras to help in recovery and changing that relationship   So You Know She Is Legit... Dr. Beth Hartman McGilley,  is a Clinical Associate Professor, University of Kansas School of Medicine—Wichita,  is a psychologist in private practice, specializing in the treatment of eating and related disorders, body image, athletes, trauma, and grief. Her practice is informed by feminist, Health at Every Size, and social justice perspectives. A Fellow of the Academy of Eating Disorders,  and a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist, she has practiced for over 35 years, writing, lecturing, supervising, and directing an inpatient eating disorders program.  She’s a former advisor to Monte Nido and Affiliates and is on the Renfrew Conference Committee. She has published in academic journals and the popular media, as well as contributing chapters to several books. She is a former editor for Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment & Prevention, and co-editor for the book: Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research/Practice Gap. She has presented extensively nationally  and internationally, as well as appeared on a variety of local and national news and radio outlets. In addition to her clinical work, Dr. McGilley has been a chair or member of 7 committees for the American Academy of Eating Disorders since its inception. She is the co-founder and Co-Chair of the AED Professionals and Recovery Special Interest Group. Other professional memberships include iaedp, NEDA, BEDA, Association for Size Diversity & Health  and American Psychological Association. Dr. McGilley also specializes in applications of sports psychology and performance enhancement techniques with athletes of all levels. She was the sports psychology consultant for the Wichita State University Women’s Basketball team from 2005-2008. She co-founded and co-chaired the Association for Applied Sports Psychology (AASP) Eating Disorders Special Interest Group from 2007-2012.         Dr. McGilley co-founded and for 12 years served as the President of the Healing Path Foundation, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to the prevention and treatment of eating disorders in Kansas. She was a 2008 graduate of the Kansas Health Foundation Leadership Fellows Training program. Her hobbies include competitive cycling, hiking, writing, and time with her therapy dog, Wheeler the Healer. To Connect Further with Dr. Beth McGilley: http://bethhartmanmcgilley.com/   Link to the Compulsive Exercise Test: https://jennischaefer.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/Compulsive-Exercise-Test.pdf Great Article with Further Information written by Dr. McGilley: Intuitive Exercise Beth Hartman McGilley, PhD, FAED, CEDS Exercise as a way to liberate your life force ~ not to change your body. (Carmen Cool, 2014) Ours is a culture equally obsessed with eating as with dieting, and exercise is extolled as the ultimate elixir for both. It is thus no surprise that exercise, once considered simply for its physical and psychological benefits, is now a multibillion dollar industry which promises to shape up the body of our lives as well. While the virtues of physical activity are indisputable, the tolls of dysfunctional exercise are equally noteworthy (Calogero & Pedrotty-Stump, 2010). Although this potentially deadly impact is most obvious in those who suffer with an eating disorder (ED), dysfunctional exercise is ubiquitous. Prevalence rates range from 33-80% depending on the definition of dysfunctional exercise used and the population studied (clinical vs. nonclinical samples). Within the ED population, dysfunctional exercise is associated with increased psychological distress and psychopathology, longer inpatient stays and higher rates of relapse (Naylor, Mountford & Brown, 2011). The empirical findings on dysfunctional exercise are difficult to interpret due to discrepancies in terms and definitions used to describe it, variability in subject samples and settings, assessment measurements and length of follow up. At least ten different terms have been cited in the literature to describe exercise performed to the physical and/or psychological detriment of an individual (activity anorexia, exercise anorexia, anorexia athletica, obligatory exercise, compulsive exercise, exercise addiction, exercise dependence, exercise abuse, excessive exercise, dysfunctional exercise). Some terms imply psychopathology (compulsive exercise) while others do not (obligatory exercise). A consensus definition is vitally needed for effective prevention, identification of those at risk, and informed interventions for those already suffering from dysfunctional exercise (Meyer & Taranis, 2011). In this article, dysfunctional exercise will be briefly described and the concepts of “intuitive exercise” (Hieber & Berrett, 2003) and “mindful exercise” (Calogero & Pedrotty-Stump, 2010) will be offered as new approaches to physical activity, both for those who compulsively exercise and for those who anxiously avoid it. Regardless of the term used to denote dysfunctional exercise, the various definitions used in the literature distinguish two related dimensions relevant to this discussion. The quantitative dimension refers to the physical aspects of the exercise activity—frequency, duration and intensity. The qualitative dimension refers to the psychological aspects of the exercise activity—the degree to which it is compulsive, driven, out of control, and/or ritualized. The frequently used term, “excessive exercise,” commonly refers to the quantitative dimension, whereas “compulsive exercise” is typically used in reference to the qualitative aspects. Research consistently indicates it is the compulsive quality of the exercise that is significantly associated with disordered eating pathology, not the frequency or duration of the exercise itself. This unexpected finding has important implications for the potentially positive role of exercise in the treatment and recovery process for those with EDs (Calogero & Pedrotty-Stump, 2010; Hausenblas, Cook & Chittester, N. 2007; Taranis, Touyz, La Puma & Meyer, 2011). What are the specific components of compulsive exercise? Four key correlates have been identified and evaluated in the literature which appear to have empirical support (Goodwin, Haycraft, Willis & Meyer, 2011). The first is the driven quality of the exercise activity (e.g. exercising regardless of injury, weather, time demands). Secondly, the activity is undertaken in a ritualized, rigid fashion (e.g. exercising at the same time, in the same way, resistant to change). Thirdly, the exercise is performed predominantly to manage weight and shape concerns (e.g. exercise fanatically performed to offset food intake, to maintain leanness or solely for body sculpting purposes). Lastly, the exercise is undertaken to manage negative emotional states (e.g. exercising for the mood elevating effects or to avoid feeling guilty if it’s postponed or stopped). It is the combination of these four elements, at the extreme, that comprise the clinically significant concept of compulsive exercise and which is associated with increased eating psychopathology. Health promoting exercise is also often performed in a routine manner, despite inconveniences, to support one’s health and to benefit from the mood enhancing effects. It is perhaps most instructive to think of healthy vs. compulsive exercise along a continuum, wherein the compulsive end is noted for the extreme guilt one feels if unable to exercise, and by the persistent, repetitive, and excessive nature of the behavior, even when contraindicated and in the absence of pleasure or reward. Readers interested in assessing the quality of their own or their client’s exercise activity can access the Compulsive Exercise Test (Taranis, Touyz & Meyer, 2011) online at Compulsive Exercise Test Whether, when and how an actively recovering eating disorder client begins or resumes exercising remains a matter of professional debate, but there is mounting scientific evidence that when judiciously considered, in medically stable clients, exercise can actually facilitate the weight restoration process in anorexics, as well as proffer improvements in mood, body image and self esteem for all ED clients (Calogero & Pedrotty-Stump, 2010; Hausenblas et al, 2007; Taranis et al., 2011). Hieber & Berrett (2003) introduced the concept of “intuitive exercise” in an online newsletter rich with information on the physical, emotional, psychological, and behavioral signs of overtraining, descriptions of the qualities of healthy exercise and tips for becoming an intuitive exerciser. Guidelines suggested for becoming an intuitive exerciser are reprinted below: Ø  Spend some quiet and quality time listening to your mind, heart, and body. Ø  Respond to that self-understanding and approach exercise accordingly. Ø  Respect your inner needs and consequent internal messages. Ø  Respect and respond to your body, especially those messages of pain and fatigue. Ø  Examine your motives for exercise. Ø  Adjust your exercise as needed and develop the healthiest motives. Ø  Reserve and make sacred the time you need to take care of yourself. Ø  Find exercise and physical activities which are enjoyable. Ø  Remove concepts of fat, calories, and size from your exercise thoughts and language. Ø  Feed your body what it needs to assure nourishment and adequate fuel to burn.                                                                     Hiebert & Berrett, 2003, p. 10 Calogero & Pedrotty-Stump (2010) use the term “negative exercise mindset” to refer to the qualitative or compulsive dimension of dysfunctional exercise. They further distinguish between mindful and mindless exercise as a tool for therapists and clients to develop a recovery supportive approach to exercise. As with intuitive exercise, mindful exercise is process vs. outcome oriented, geared to be internally and present focused, balanced with and supported by proper nutrition and rest, enjoyable and exhilarating. Calogero & Pedrotty-Stump, 2010, p. 435 Lastly, the following are a few simple exercise mantras I’ve coined that may assist clinicians and clients looking for specific ideas on how to begin a new relationship with physical activity: Ø  Take it outside! When we were young, we didn’t “work out” we played! Outside, in nature, where the wind in our hair, the sun in our eyes, the sounds of our playmates, and the smell of fresh cut grass enlivened our experience. Nature based vs. gym based exercise can help recovering clients to avoid the inclination to negatively compare or compete with others, and to get overly focused on the computer feedback on the equipment vs. their body’s internal feedback of the experience. Learn to assess and adjust the intensity of exercise by paying attention to your breathing (you should be able to carry on a conversation), and allow internal monitors and awareness to direct the effort and duration Ø  Just “un-do” it! Reorient your activity to best suit your recovery needs at the current time (e.g. exercising solo/group, in/outdoors, headset/quiet, internal/external focus). If a specific compulsive exercise is part of your eating disorder, choose different activities to explore until you feel capable of resuming that activity with a positive exercise mindset. For example, if you compulsively attend fitness classes, at the same time, always occupying the same place in class, begin a walking program instead, and vary the times, location and whether you walk alone or with company. Ø  Play it forward! Be purposeful, seek community and consider the social benefits beyond your own physical benefits. Sign up for a charitable run or bike ride, become a mentor in a youth based prevention program that includes physical activity (e.g. Girls on the Run), plan a hiking vacation with friends and train together, or join your local chapter of the Adventurous Babes Society! Ø  Flexible Flexing! Whatever you do, avoid rigid or ritualistic routines-get jiggy with it! Ø  Move as you’re moved! Think back to childhood. What kinds of movement gave you the greatest sense of joy, sourced all your senses, transcended awareness of time and calories burned? Find ways as an adult to recreate this kind of movement. When appropriately timed and considered, intuitive and mindfully considered exercise can become a vital element in and beyond the recovery process. To become fully recovered from an eating disorder requires that we reestablish a relationship with our bodies that is life affirming, nutritionally balanced and fully integrated-meaning our mental, physical, psychological and spiritual states are operating in a unified, open, flexible and adaptive manner. When we are thus wholly embodied, exercise is no longer about calories burned, but about “liberating our life-force.” References Calogero, R. & Pedrotty-Stump, K. (2010). Incorporating exercise into eating disorder treatment and recovery. In Maine, McGilley & Bunnell (eds), Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research-Practice Gap, pp. 425-441. Elsevier: NY. Cool, C. (2014). Personal communication. Goodwin, H., Haycraft, E., Willis, A. & Meyer, C.  (2011). Compulsive exercise: The role of personality, psychological morbidity and disordered eating. IJED, 44(7), 655-660. Hausenblas, H., Cook, B. & Chittester, N. (2007). Can exercise treat eating disorders? Exer and Sport Sci reviews, 36, 1, 43-47. Hieber, N. & Berrett, M. (2003). Intuitive Exercise. Center for Change: Hope & Healing E-Newsletter, 8(3), pp. 7-10. Meyer, C. & Taranis, L. (2011). Exercise in the eating disorders: Terms and definitions. European Eating Disorders Review, 19, 169-173. Naylor, H., Mountford, V. & Brown, G. (2011). Beliefs about excessive exercise in eating disorders: The role of obsessions and compulsions. European Eating Disorders Review, 19, 226-236. Taranis, L., Touyz, S., La Puma, M. & Meyer, C. (2011). Loughborough Eating-disorders Activity Programme (LEAP). Group cognitive-behavioural treatment for compulsive exercise in the eating disorders: Therapist Manual. Taranis, L., Touyz, S. & Meyer, C. (2011). Disordered eating and exercise: Development and preliminary validation of the Compulsive Exercise Test, 19, 256-268. Suggested Reading: Cook, B., Hausenblas, H. & Freimuth, M. (2014). Exercise Addiction & Compulsive Exercising: Relationship to Eating Disorders, Substance Use Disorders & Addictive Disorders. In Brewerton, T. & Dennis, A.B. (eds), Eating Disorders, Addictions and Substance Use Disorders: Research, Clinical & Treatment Perspectives. Springer: NY. Friedman, P. (2009). Diary of an Exercise Addict. GPP Life: CT. Powers, P. & Thompson, R. (2008). The Exercise Balance: What’s Too Much, What’s Too Little, and What’s Just Right for You! Gurze Books: CA. Thomas, J. & Schaefer, J. (2013). Moving (or Not): What’s Best for You? In Almost Anorexic: Is My (or My Loved One’s) Relationship with Food a Problem? (The Almost Effect), pp. 179-203. Hazelden: MN. Thompson, R. & Sherman, R. (2010). Eating Disorders in Sport. Taylor & Francis Group: NY.

Body Kindness
#56 - I Feel Trapped By My Diagnosis - Finding Your New Normal with Anna Sweeney, Dietitian and Disability Rights Advocate

Body Kindness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2017 56:25


Imagine one day finding out the tingling you’ve been feeling isn’t normal numbness, it’s actually caused by “beautiful bright spots” in your brain. Now imagine you’re not yet a teenager. That’s exactly how it happened for Anna Sweeney, now a disabled woman and disability rights advocate. In her “body betrayal” letter, Anna shares how she transformed these boxes of difficulty she wanted to ignore and hide away into a powerful tool for change in her life and our culture. Connect with her on Instagram @DietitianAnna. --- About Anna: Anna Sweeney, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD-S is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian and Supervisor, Certified Intuitive Eating Specialist and an avid HAES, non-diet dietitian. She is the owner of Whole Life Nutrition Counseling and serves as the national director of nutrition services for Monte Nido. Anna is an expert in providing care for individuals struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating and body image distress. She works by combining her knowledge of nutritional science, experience in the treatment of eating disorders, and heartfelt, thoughtful care to support her clients in moving away from the cultural pressures that make authentic eating and living so difficult. Anna also proudly (and newly) identifies herself as a disabled woman and is excited about exploring the world with this new identity. Follow Anna: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram --- You can subscribe to Body Kindness on iTunes and Stitcher. Enjoy the show? Please rate it on iTunes! - http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1073275062 Are you ready for Body Kindness? Get started today with my free e-course and on-demand digital training. Learn more - http://bit.ly/2k23nbT The New York Times Book Review calls Body Kindness 'simple and true'. Publisher's Weekly says it's 'a rousing guide to better health.' http://bit.ly/2k228t9 Watch my videos about why we need Body Kindness on YouTube. https://youtu.be/W7rATQpv5y8?list=PLQPvfnaYpPCUT9MOwHByVwN1f-bL2rn1V --- Enjoy the show? Please subscribe and rate it. Have a show idea or guest recommendation (even yourself!) E-mail podcast@bodykindnessbook.com to get in touch. Join us on the Body Kindness Podcast Facebook group where you can continue the episode conversations with the hosts, guests, and fellow listeners. See you there! Nothing in this podcast is meant to provide medical diagnosis, treatment, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. Individuals should consult a qualified healthcare provider for medical advice and answers to personal health questions.

Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison
#109: Body Acceptance and Disability with Anna Sweeney, Certified Eating-Disorders Dietitian

Food Psych Podcast with Christy Harrison

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2017 89:01


Fellow Health at Every Size RD Anna Sweeney shares how having a disability has affected her relationship with food and her body, how she's come to terms with the identity of being a disabled person, why anti-diet work is about social justice and equality for *all* bodies (not just those that are considered socially acceptable), why having a loved one with an eating disorder can bring up conflicting emotions, how diet culture permeates mainstream healthcare including eating disorder treatment, and lots more. PLUS, Christy answers a listener question about the early stages of intuitive eating! Anna Sweeney, MS, RD, LDN, CEDRD is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian, who provides nutrition care using a non-diet, Intuitive Eating, and Health at Every Size paradigm. Anna is an expert in providing care for individuals struggling with eating disorders, disordered eating, and body image concerns. Over the last decade, she has served in a supervisory role at multiple eating disorder treatment centers, and currently holds the position of National Director of Nutrition Services for Monte Nido. Anna is also the owner of Whole Life Nutrition Counseling in Concord, MA, where she works exclusively with clients with eating disorders, disordered eating, or an interest in intuitive eating. Anna is passionate about nutrition, balance and wellness and works to empower her clients to trust their own body wisdom. Find her online at WholeLifeRD.com. To learn more about Food Psych and get full show notes for this episode, go to christyharrison.com/foodpsych Ask your own question about intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, or eating disorder recovery at christyharrison.com/questions Grab Christy's free guide, 7 simple strategies for finding peace and freedom with food, to start your intuitive eating journey. You can also text "7STRATEGIES" to the phone number 44222 to get it on the go :) Join the Intuitive Eating Fundamentals online course to get Christy's guidance on making peace with food and your body! Join the Food Psych Facebook group to connect with fellow listeners around the world!  

Life. Unrestricted.
LU 045: Carolyn Costin – What recovery means & why undiagnosed eating issues can be the worst.

Life. Unrestricted.

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2017 87:03


Download Episode! Hey there, lovely radicals... podcast ahead! In today's episode of the "Life. Unrestricted." podcast, I am talking to Carolyn Costin from Malibu, California. Carolyn is a world-renowned clinician, author and speaker acclaimed for her expertise, passion and accomplishments in the field of eating disorders. She is a certified Eating Disorder Specialist and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. After having recovered from anorexia in her early 20s, Carolyn became a psychotherapist, and it was her successful treatment of those with eating disorders that led her to bring her philosophy to the public through her speaking and her books. In 1996, Carolyn created "Monte Nido", the first licensed, residential eating disorder treatment facility in a home setting that has since spurred into 14 facilities nationwide offering a continuum of care. Carolyn’s career is dedicated to lecturing, training, teaching and supervising clinicians, dietitians and physicians. Having left "Monde Nido" last year, she remains active in the eating disorder field and she is involved in several professional organizations including the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals as a board trustee and the Academy of Eating Disorders as a fellow. Her advocacy work continues in many arenas including organizations such as Project Heal, Eating Disorder Hope and the Eating Disorder Coalition. At the start of this year, 2017, Carolyn has opened "The Carolyn Costin Institute", which offers Eating Disorder Coach Training, a mentor program, continuing education for clinicians as well as other specialized training. Carolyn talks about: – How long the carefree, joyful feeling of "being in a body" as a child lasted for her – How our habits of comparison and our ideas of "status" are detrimental to body image – What the "Fiji-study" is all about, and what TV/advertisement can do to women – What body-bullying does to kids – What triggered her eating disorder – Why she doesn’t support the idea that eating issues are "a genetic thing" – How people with anxiety can calm their anxious thoughts – Why it is so important to become aware of the fact that we are NOT our thoughts, but we can observe them, and let them pass without grabbing on to their message – Why spiritual bypassing is not solving anything, yet so many people try to do just that; avoid difficult emotions by trying to meditate them away instead of facing them in a calm state – What there is still to be fixed in our cultural way of relating to weight and bodies – Why eating disorder treatments that still have a weight-centric approach often backfire and make a full, lasting recovery impossible – Why it is so important for all of us to just detach from the number on the scale – Why it is critically important that everyone working with people with disordered eating resolve their own body- and weight issues first – How she trains therapists and coaches to become good eating disorder therapists – What it actually is that makes a good eating disorder therapist/coach/mentor/dietitian – How she defines „recovery“ – Why people with undiagnosed eating issues can often be the ones that are the sickest – The danger of today’s obsession with "clean" eating, detoxes, the idea of having to earn or burn food, and all the food advice out there – Why she thinks people still go on diets even if it is a well-established facts that diets don’t work – The horrible consequences of fat-shaming people – How the weight-loss industry (together with the advertisement "geniuses") manage to suck so many people in, again and again – The risk factors of developing an eating disorder – Why eating disorders still often don’t get addressed at schools, even though the numbers are rampant – Why she made it her mission to train recovered people to become eating disorder coaches – Why a feeling of secure attachment is critical to overcome any issues we might have developed to protect ourselves or to cope with difficult feelings... ... And so much more! If you are interested in Carolyn Costin’s work, check out her website: http://www.carolyn-costin.com Here’s the link to Carolyn’s books: https://www.amazon.com/Carolyn-Costin/e/B001HCYYJ8 Podcasting is expensive. So if you enjoy and love my podcast, please consider supporting it by becoming a "Patreon"! It would greatly help me to keep those episodes coming to you. Thanks! https://www.patreon.com/lifeunrestricted Like the podcast? Great! Do subscribe on iTunes (Apple): https://itunes.apple.com/ch/podcast/life.-unrestricted.-podcast/id1130713233?mt=2 or on Stitcher (Android): http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=93987&refid ********* Don't forget!********* Make sure to join my tribe and meet some of the most supportive, loving and kind people of all shapes and sizes, including great coaches and leaders! We’re right over here at: http://www.lifeunrestricted.org/join

ED Matters
10: Doug Bunnell: Clinical Wisdom

ED Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2016 23:02


Doug Bunnell, chief clinical officer of Monte Nido and Affiliates, takes some time to discuss what he calls clinical wisdom – a vital component for any clinician treating eating disorders.