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Welcome to Lead With Soul — The podcast for spiritual entrepreneurs who are ready to build an impactful and profitable brand, create a thriving and sustainable business that aligns with your values, and experience more freedom, fulfillment and abundance in your life and business — while making a positive difference in the world. If you’re ready to elevate your business and brand to a new level, manifest your vision into reality and embody the leader you know you’re meant to be — this is the ...
 
Join Speech-Language Pathologist Lacy Morise and Physical Therapist Nicole Sergent as they host warm and helpful conversations around their table where the early childhood world and daily parenting life meet. The friends and professionals from their village will inspire, challenge, and support you in your own journey as a parent, early childhood professional, or therapist.
 
Helping people make peace with food since 2013. Registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, and journalist Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDRD talks with guests about their relationships with food, body image, eating disorders, weight and size acceptance, non-diet nutrition, exercise, self-compassion and self-care--all from a body-positive, Health at Every Size perspective. Along the way, Christy shares her own journey from disordered eater and dieter to food writer ...
 
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FemmeRadio by FemmeTrepreneur

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With releases every Monday, Host Melissa Goncalves interviews women who are shattering their own version of a glass ceiling in work and life. Realizing that women do not share their stories of struggle or triumph enough, FemmeRadio strives to uncover those stories and share them with the world. Listen to FemmeRadio if you want to hear first hand accounts from women like you that can serve to inspire, motivate and educate. Follow @femme_trepreneur on Instagram Support us by buying merch: http ...
 
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The Positively Creative Podcast was created by Dorothy Collier, artist of Dorothy Art, for creative entrepreneurs. When Dorothy started having a positive outlook on every aspect of her life, including her art career, the creativity and opportunities started overflowing! Join her as she chats with other small business owners, discussing the ins and outs of how to run a creative business and how her creative friends are making it in their respective fields.
 
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In this episode of Lead With Soul, we're chatting about the importance and impact of creating connections and building communities for queer folks, navigating the ups and downs of personal development and how allies can support and empower folks in the LGBTQ+ community. Megs is a LGBTQ+ Community Builder & Podcaster and the creator of the Queer Imp…
 
In this special bonus episode, Christy returns briefly to answer a listener question about how to navigate intuitive eating and eating-disorder recovery while pregnant, and to share some exciting personal news. Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CEDRD is an anti-diet registered dietitian nutritionist, certified intuitive eating counselor, certified eating …
 
Physical and occupational therapists often advocate for children to climb UP the slide, hang from the monkey bars, spin upside, and climb trees. But why? There are many benefits to taking age typical motor risks. Join us for a delightful, fun, and informative conversation with expert Dr. Stacy Menz, PT, DPT, PCS. Stacy is the owner of Starfish Ther…
 
Nurse practitioner and fellow HAES dietitian Robyn Nohling joins us to discuss her experiences with disordered eating and hypothalamic amenorrhea (HA), how diet culture wreaks havoc on our hormones, why doing less may actually be better for our health, how The Wellness Diet is making us sicker, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener que…
 
Often, when we talk about adoption, it’s easy to focus on the couple who have discerned that the Lord is calling them to adopt. And, that is a beautiful part of the story - one I’ve featured on past Letters to Women episodes, in fact. But I think that the other side of the story, the experience of a woman making an adoption plan for her unborn chil…
 
Join our host Meg and she chats with Kimberly about OCD and eating disorders. Kimberly explains the link between OCD and eating disorders. She also explains exposure therapy, and the importance of facing your fears with a "bring it on" mindset!About Kimberly Quinnlan:Kimberley is dedicated to providing outstanding therapy and counseling for those w…
 
This episode is for any parent or caregiver with children or teens participating in organized sports, considering venturing into the world of youth sports, or for any coach or therapists working with student athletes. Sports medicine experts Dr Brad Dinklocker, PT, DPT, MS, ATC and Larry Shipley, LPTA, Performance Coach from Pro Physical Therapy jo…
 
Intuitive eating & HAES dietitian Katherine Zavodni shares her own experience with chronic illness and The Wellness Diet, how it ultimately led her to embrace a Health At Every Size® approach in her work, why the popular narrative of personal responsibility in diet and wellness culture is harmful, what to do when others are stuck in diet mentality,…
 
Victorians with disabilities have been asking for accessible public transport for over 40 years. Most of our state’s public transport system is still inaccessible. This week Zeb and Meg are joined by Ally Scott and Martin Leckey from the Disability Resources Centre. They speak about the long-running campaigns to make public transport accessible to …
 
In this episode of Lead With Soul, we talk about the journey to expressing your most authentic self through your business and brand, why trauma-informed support is absolutely essential, and the importance of honouring wherever you are on your journey. Apply for Fullest Expression Mentorship here. Find me on Facebook and Instagram or visit my websit…
 
Lacy is joined by Jeanette Washington, M.Ed., speech-language pathologist and educator. In this episode Jeanette defines what dyslexia is and how we can appreciate signs of dyslexia in children as young as one year of age. Jeanette shares common diagnoses that coexist with dyslexia. She thoroughly explains what executive functioning skills are and …
 
Sociology professor, writer, and performer Kimberly Dark returns to the podcast to discuss her latest book, Fat, Pretty, and Soon to be Old; why appearance is a form of privilege; how ageism intersects with other oppressions; how diet culture has influenced our ideas about self-improvement; why women are often penalized for not wearing makeup; and …
 
This year, after FIVE YEARS, I finally went swimsuit shopping. And let me tell you, it was a months long process. I added and removed at least thirty different suits from my online shopping carts and FINALLY landed on one - but even then, there are still things that I would change about it. The whole process reminded me why it took me five years to…
 
Join our Host, Meg McCabe as she explains what fat phobia is, how to identify it within yourself, and how to start to unlearn the fat phobic beliefs that are most likely fueling your eating disorder.Meg McCabe is a CCI Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach and CEO and Founder of The Recovery Collective. She has lived experience with an eating di…
 
Michael Powell works with the birth to three population providing evaluations and guidance for families on how to deal with toddler behaviors. One of the most common topics of discussions he has with families is how to handle tantrums. Michael views tantrums through a unique lens that will inspire you to do the same. He explains why toddlers engage…
 
Social psychologist and weight-stigma researcher Jeffrey Hunger joins us to discuss why we can’t fight weight stigma while also advocating for weight loss, how “wellness” has been co-opted by diet culture (aka The Wellness Diet), why we need to do more than just tell people “diets don’t work,” the role of critical thinking in taking down diet cultu…
 
Join our Host, Meg McCabe as she explains when it is appropriate to use a meal plan, and what the transition from meal plans to intuitive eating looks like.Meg McCabe is a CCI Certified Eating Disorder Recovery Coach and CEO and Founder of The Recovery Collective. She has lived experience with an eating disorder and now is passionately dedicated to…
 
This week Kevin and Zeb chat with anti-nuclear campaigner from the Australian Conservation Foundation, Dave Sweeney. In the wake of the 76th Anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, nuclear issues still plague our country. Amongst topics discussed today: How do people who invent and manufacture nuclear weapons sleep at night? Federal …
 
Fellow anti-diet dietitian Christyna Johnson joins us to discuss adapting intuitive eating for different cultures and life situations, how microaggressions can contribute to eating-disorder behaviors and poor health, fatphobia and Eurocentrism in dietetics and clinical nutrition, how diet culture has warped the way we view and manage chronic illnes…
 
Have you ever picked up a book on the lives of the saints and thought . . . well, shoot. I don’t know how I’m going to do this holiness thing. I’m not like Saint Jerome, or, maybe you think you’re a little too much like Saint Jerome with his grumpy, curmudgeon ways. But what if I told you that there are literally hundreds of saints I want to introd…
 
This Transport Week, Zeb and Kevin chat with regular John McPherson about Victorian Public Transport, including accessibility, technical faults, the effects of short-term contracts on the basic functioning on a privatised PT system, questions about the proposed rail-link to the airport, the importance of getting our existing metro train lines up to…
 
This is the episode all about PLAY! Emily Cohen, M.A, CCC/SLP, speech-language pathologist and author of Playing With Purpose, joins Lacy in a conversation about the importance of play in the developing child’s life. Emily defines what play is and how it benefits children. She explains the five stages of play and at what ages they each emerge and a…
 
Marketing strategist and copywriter Maggie Frank-Hsu joins us to discuss her eating-disorder experience and recovery, how pregnancy and parenthood changed her relationship with food and her body, how contradicting societal ideals oppress women and femmes, working at a food magazine while struggling with disordered eating, giving yourself permission…
 
If you were to sit down with your younger self, what would you tell her? In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Emily Stimpson Chapman and we’re talking about her new book, “Letters to Myself from the End of the World” It’s a book that Emily wrote to her younger self, equipping her for the challenges she’d face in a world where the Church is pla…
 
Join our host, Meg McCabe as she interviews the Founder and CEO of Balance Eating Disorder Treatment Center as they discuss how to disconnect your self worth from your weight and size. This is a fun episode, be prepared for some laughs!Melainie Rogers, MS, RDN, CDN, CEDRD-S is the Founder and CEO of BALANCE eating disorder treatment center™, melain…
 
1 in 10 infants in the United States will spend time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) each year. NICU admissions and NICU staff save countless lives a year but the experiences can be traumatic, emotional, exhausting, and yes, even inspiring and hopeful. Join us as we welcome NICU veteran mom Patrice Guzman as she shares her honest and bra…
 
Writer and feminist marketing consultant Kelly Diels joins us to discuss the links between diet culture, patriarchy, and anti-feminist marketing practices (aka The Female Lifestyle Empowerment Brand); the role of abundance in healing from diet culture; how to reclaim your life from The Life Thief; understanding and healing our relationship with mon…
 
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Amanda Weeder and we’re talking about Amanda’s passion for helping tell the story of a home, her tried and true decorating tips (ones that I’d never heard before our conversation together), and why you don’t have to feel guilty as a Catholic woman if you’re wanting a beautiful home to retreat to. I loved th…
 
In this jam-packed show, Zeb and Kevin speak with public housing tenant Cathryn Murdoch (Defend and Extend Public Housing), then Howard Marosi and Jack Verdins (Friends of Public Housing Vic), and later Shane McGrath (Housing for the Aged Action Group). We discuss all things public housing, including ongoing conditions for PH residents during this …
 
Join Meg as she interviews Anna, Melissa and Kelsee who are all founding members of The Recovery Collective. While listening our listeners will learn more about what its like to be a member inside Meg's global recovery community. You'll see how community and friendship can impact your journey for the better and truly understand why you do not and s…
 
Meg Lico, speech-language pathologist, is a member of the cleft palate and craniofacial team at NYU Langone Health. In this episode she joins Lacy to discuss what cleft lip/palate is and how early it can be be diagnosed. Meg shares statistics regarding cleft lip/palate incidence and some of the most common syndromes this diagnosis is associated wit…
 
In this episode of Lead With Soul, we're diving deep into the mother wound — what it is, how it impacts us, and how to heal it. We also discuss how following your intuition is an act of rebellion, how to prioritize pleasure through daily practices and rituals, and the importance of cultivating a safe and supportive community. Wynoami is a High Prie…
 
Eating-disorder therapist and style blogger Shira Rosenbluth joins us to discuss how diet culture steals our money through the high cost and low effectiveness of eating-disorder treatment, why she decided to share her story as a therapist recovering from an eating disorder, fatphobia in eating-disorder treatment centers and its effect on recovery, …
 
Amy Graham, speech-language pathologist, joins Lacy in this episode to talk all about speech sound disorders. Amy defines what a speech sound disorder is and what diagnoses fall under the SSD umbrella. Amy and Lacy discuss how much spoken language a child should have before a speech sound disorder can be diagnosed. Amy explains why diagnosing SSDs …
 
Non-diet dietitian Cara Harbstreet joins us to discuss hypothalamic amenorrhea and the lack of adequate care in conventional and alternative health, the normalization of diet-culture thoughts and behaviors in collegiate athletics and dietetics education, why thin privilege and other privileges don’t necessarily protect a person from internalizing b…
 
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Danielle Bean, a dear friend of mine who is a regular guest on the Letters to Women Podcast. The week that I recorded this conversation with Danielle, I looked at our Langr family calendar and realized that Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday were packed. Small groups, parish events, …
 
Join Meg as she shares different ways on how to overcome the fear of gaining weight in recovery! If you enjoyed this episode, please rate, review and subscribe!!Further Recovery Resources for Listeners:Free Eating Disorder Recovery Meal Support: www.facebook.com/groups/1004725343202999JOIN THE RECOVERY COLLECTIVE, an EATING DISORDER COMMUNITY FOR S…
 
In this episode of Lead With Soul, we're talking about how you may be blocking yourself from receiving your desires and the key steps (that most people miss) to manifest with ease and create long-lasting and sustainable results. Find me on Facebook and Instagram or visit my website here. Find more episodes of Lead With Soul and show notes here. Dow…
 
Comedian, author, and fellow podcaster Sofie Hagen joins us to discuss her new book, Happy Fat; how fatphobia affects people of all sizes; why health isn’t a matter of individual responsibility (and why framing it as one is oppressive); how science often gets twisted by diet culture and the media, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener …
 
Brittany is a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RDN) who has a passion for helping women of all ages discover their God-given worth and value. She believes that a person’s identity cannot be based on his or her appearance or abilities, but can only be found in the Lord. She is a non-diet dietitian who approaches nutrition and wellness from a holis…
 
In this episode Kimberly Scanlon, speech-language pathologist and author, joins Lacy to answer the following questions: When should baby say their first word? How many words should a baby say at 12 months of age? What counts as a word? How can parents support their little one before those first words are spoken? What words are most important to mod…
 
Anti Diet Riot Club founder Becky Young joins us to discuss how diet culture intersects with other forms of oppression, how to respond to people who push back against the anti-diet message, why anger is important in eating-disorder recovery, how unconditional permission to eat can free your mind to focus on things other than food, and so much more.…
 
In today’s episode, I’m sitting down with Kimberly Hahn. Have you ever wanted to sit down with a woman who’s a few seasons of life ahead of you, sit down on her couch with a big cup of coffee, and pick her brain about all of the joys and challenges of the season of life you’re in? To hear her advice and learn from the wisdom she’s gained? That’s ex…
 
Activist and scholar Jeff Iovannone joins us to discuss diet culture and harmful body standards in the gay community, how oppression and the AIDS crisis shaped the “normate gay” aesthetic, why every body is a Pride body, how to create a gay men’s body-liberation movement, and so much more! Plus, Christy answers a listener question about fatphobia i…
 
Emily Murray, RD, LDN is a registered dietitian and founder of Murray Nutrition located in Brentwood, TN. Emily specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and disordered eating using a non-diet, Health at Every Size approach. She aims to support her clients through radical honesty, enduring hope, compassion, kindness, and patience. In her fre…
 
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