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Healing your relationship with food, your body and your Self The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast is a show about the recovery process from eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating, as well as disordered eating, emotional eating, dieting, and exercise addiction. The show is for anyone who would like to learn more about the psychology of eating disorders, make peace with food, improve their body image, and live authentically. The podcast explores how eating disorders work ps ...
 
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Today Dr. Anderson reflects on how people can expand their perspective of food. Diet culture and eating disorder voice lead people to think of food in limited ways. She discusses how food offers so much more than diet culture and eating disorder-perspective can. She talks about: Ways diet culture narrows our thoughts on food Calculator model Good/B…
 
On this episode with Paige Smathers, we dive into gentle nutrition and the journey of recovery. Paige shares with us some ways that we can take back food in terms of nourishing our bodies and being present in our bodies. We also discuss: What practicing gentle nutrition may look like How breaking away from diet culture brings liberation Neutralizin…
 
Dr. Anderson is here to chat about her top 7 tips for making it through the food-centric winter holidays while working on recovery. Here are those tips: Make a game plan Identify your backup squad Prioritize emotional self-care Eat normally throughout the day Be aware of scarcity fears Connect with your values and the true meaning of the holiday Ta…
 
I had the opportunity to sit down with Aaron Flores to discuss so many things that I care so deeply about. We chat about things like: Aaron’s personal journey of body acceptance The need for societal fat positivity Some real life toxic effects of diet culture The importance of diversity in your feed and in your life And so much more! Connect with A…
 
In this episode with repeat guest, Jaime Magdic, we chat all about body image working during recovery. We discuss topics such as: Why body image work is crucial for a full recovery What body image work in nutrition therapy looks like What the body image spectrum is What you may expect when doing body image healing Some actionable steps to take towa…
 
HAES dietitian Hannah Turnbull joins us to talk about the nutrition aspects of recovery at an outpatient level. We talk about: What HAES dietitians do and don’t do Why a HAES perspective is critical The role of each provider on the treatment team Why there are so many providers and appointments How to make the most of your treatment Get your copy o…
 
In this episode with Robyn Goldberg, we discuss her new book The Eating Disorder Trap. As an eating disorder registered dietitian and clinician in Beverly Hills, Robyn specializes in medical conditions, HAES, pre-pregnancy nutrition, and people in recovery. She consistently educates professionals, students, and RDNs about how to best incorporate in…
 
Clinical Psychologist Dr. Megan Wilhite joins the podcast to discuss how to make the most of movement and how to keep movement recovery-oriented. We talk about: -Dr. Wilhite’s background as an athlete and how her relationship with movement has changed -Discussing how COVID has affected people in terms of movement -Ways to differentiate between help…
 
Health at Every Size, weight-inclusive dietitian Jamie Magdic joins the podcast to share her expertise on nutrition recovery during the pandemic. We talk about: -Jamie’s background and why HAES work matters -Discussing why COVID is triggering for people -Why trusting our bodies is important -Skills to help when feeling triggered -Normalizing common…
 
HAES dietitian Hannah Turnbull joins us to talk about the nutrition aspects of recovery during the pandemic. We talk about: Hannah’s journey to being an ED specialist and recovered clinician Why a HAES perspective is critical Common struggles in nutrition therapy during COVID Fundamentals of nourishing yourself during difficult times Get your copy …
 
Trauma specialist Dr. Brienne Brown joins the podcast to share her expertise on trauma recovery. We talk about: -Defining trauma -Discussing why COVID is triggering for people -Understanding the differences between clinical and colloquial use of “trauma” and “triggered” -Skills to help when feeling triggered -Reasons why we get triggered -Hope for …
 
Dr. Lauren Millard, Licensed Psychologist, and co-worker of Dr. Anderson, joins the podcast to discuss the impact of the global pandemic. Dr. Millard discusses: -Her recovery history and being a recovered professional -Issues of marginalization and lack of representation -Normalizing responses to the stress of COVID-19 -Observations from her own cl…
 
In this solo episode, Dr. Anderson discusses the impact of the global pandemic for folks in recovery. She talks about: -New podcast. Book, and Audiobook. Content she is releasing -How there is no reframe for how difficult this is -Validating all experiences, reactions, and feelings -Holding multiple emotions, reactions, and thoughts -Using self-com…
 
Episode 60: The Invalidation Trap & the ED Vicious Cycle In this solo episode Dr. Anderson talks about The Invalidation Trap and the Eating Disorder Vicious Cycle, exploring how: -What invalidating yourself means -How invalidating yourself delays healing and recovery -Common reasons why people invalidate themselves -How invalidating yourself create…
 
Episode 59: Signs of Recovery Unrelated to Weight Today, we’re talking about 5 signs you’re recovering! The best part is these signs have nothing to do with weight. The signs include: 1)Improved sleep 2)Feeling more present in your life 3)Saying “no” 4)Having fun! 5)Improving relationships Get your copy of Dr. Anderson’s book, Recover Your Perspect…
 
Filmmaker Elizabeth Ayiku shares her story of recovery, being a filmmaker and her experience as a woman of color with an eating disorder. We talked about: -Elizabeth’s background in the film industry -Her upcoming film, Me Little Me -Barriers she faced when recovering -Her experiences as a Black woman with an eating disorder -The need for better re…
 
Favorite podcast guest Dr. Anita Johnston is back to talk about letting go of harmful messages from diet culture. We talked about: -Anita’s upbringing in Guam without any diet culture -Why diet culture is harmful to everyone and how they create and worsen eating disorders -How diet culture affects people of different ages and stages of life -How we…
 
Guido Frank, MD, joins the podcast to talk about his experience as a psychiatrist and researcher who studies biological underpinnings of eating disorders. We talked about: His career experiences and goal to bridge the gap between research and clinical practice How the brain changes in response to restriction The vicious cycle/feedback loop caused b…
 
Get your copy of Dr. Anderson’s book, Recover Your Perspective, on Amazon.com! This podcast is hosted and produced by Janean Anderson, Ph.D., CEDS-S.Dr. Anderson is a licensed psychologist, author, and podcast host.She holds the Certified Eating Disorder Specialist designation from the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAE…
 
Author and Advocate, Chevese Turner, joins the podcast to discuss recovery for all bodies, emphasizing how individuals in higher weight bodies experience eating disorders, treatment and recovery differently. Chevese talks about: - Her background and her current role as Chief Policy and Strategy Officer at NEDA - Her own recovery story and the influ…
 
In this episode, I walk you through the stages of change, defining each one and giving examples of how they apply to eating disorder recovery. I talk about: What the stages are, where they come from, and who created them How the stages of change work How to move through the stages of eating disorder recovery Examples of where we get stuck in the ch…
 
Patrick Devenny, a former football player for CU Boulder and the Seattle Seahawks, talks about his journey to recovery from his perspective as an elite male athlete. We talked about: - How playing at elite levels of football contributed to his eating disorder -Unique pressures cis-men experience about weight, food, and their bodies -How Patrick rea…
 
Elyse Resch, co-author of Intuitive Eating and author of the new Intuitive Eating Workbook for Teens joins the podcast to talk all things Intuitive Eating. We talked about -Elyse’s new workbook “The Intuitive Eating Workbook for Teens” -How our natural ability to eat intuitively gets disrupted -How social media affects body image and intuitive eati…
 
Season 5’s finale episode showcases Mike Marjama. Mike played in the Majors for the Seattle Mariners and has now retired from pro baseball to work as an Ambassador for the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)- he no longer affiliated with NEDA. He shares his recovery story and we talk about: -His career path to the Majors, growing up as an …
 
Dr. Anderson covers Intuitive Movement and Exercise. She discusses how to integrate physical movement into your recovery process. She covers: How to tell if you should be exercising or resuming exercise How Intuitive Eating concepts map onto exercise Signs of a healthy relationship with exercise Signs of an unhealthy relationship with exercise Tips…
 
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