Posts Tagged ‘HAES’

Thick Dumpling Skin

Wednesday, May 18th, 2016

Lynn Chen, actor & National Eating Disorders Association Spokesperson, introduces us to her website, Thick Dumpling Skin, dedicated to the Asian-American woman’s quest for the perfect body. Lynn highlights the struggles people have finding treatment when they don’t fit the “rich, white girl” stereotype of a patient with an eating disorder. She also shares how her online food blog guided her recovery. Lynn is happy to answer questions or be of support to you and can be contacted through her website.

Some resources Lynn thought you might find helpful:

APIOPA

Women Against Negative Talk

A special thanks to Amrie DeFrates for introducing us to Lynn in her Body Image Series!

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The Competitive Athlete

Friday, January 29th, 2016

Thank You Melissa Streno, PsyD CC-ASP, for answering our questions on the topic of competitive athletes and eating disorders. Dr. Streno practices at the Eating Disorder Center of Denver.

She covers topics such as:

How much is too much exercise?

What are the warning signs of an athlete struggling with an eating disorder?

Where should athletes turn to seek help?

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Continuing Your Education

Monday, January 25th, 2016

We are now offering Continuing Education Units for professionals who need them. Dr. Beck-Ellsworth is a certified provider with the California Board of Behavioral Sciences. In order to receive credits, go to the CEU section of our website, choose a lesson, submit payment & your completed quiz. When we have received all of your information, you will receive a Certificate for 1 credit hour.

Check back frequently as more episodes will be made available for credits.

Please contact us if you have questions.

Trans-itioning

Wednesday, January 6th, 2016

Thank You Miranda May, Master of Counseling & Psychology, for enlightening us on the transgender subject! Miranda specializes in gender identity and eating disorders, currently practicing at the Providence Adult Eating Disorder Treatment Program. If you have more questions, Miranda’s email address is therapy@mirandakmay.com and she is happy to help.

Here are a few references from today’s episode:

PFLAG

WPATH

Gurze catalogue article

Transparent on Amazon Prime

Conchita Wurst

Jazz Jennings

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Fat & Babies Are Best Friends! What?!?

Sunday, November 29th, 2015

You are going to LOVE this!

Pregnancy, lactation & eating disorder expert, Lindsay Stenovec, joins us to answer your questions about cravings, exercise, weight gain & anything else you might want to know about pregnancy & the postpartum process.

As a BONUS, Lindsay is offering FREE LIFETIME MEMBERSHIPS to her new program, The Nurtured Mama. Be sure to apply before December 31st if you’re interested.

Lindsay recommended a few book resources if you want more info:

Does This Pregnancy Make Me Look Fat? by Claire Mysko

Fearless Feeding by Jill Castle & Maryann Jacobsen

Secrets Of Feeding A Healthy Family by Ellyn Satter

You can find out more about Lindsay at www.nutritioninstincts.com

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