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What is Body Image? Body image is how you see yourself when you look in the mirror or when you picture yourself in your mind. It encompasses: What you believe about your own appearance (including your memories, assumptions, and generalizations). How you feel about your body, including your height, shape, […]Read More
It’s Eating Disorders Awareness week! This week always holds a very special place in my heart because I feel like our community comes together in a big way to support eating disorder treatment. This year is extra special for me because I’m sharing my own recovery story on Christy Harrison’s […]Read More
Happy Valentine’s Day!!! This holiday is usually all about celebrating those that you love, but what if we flipped it and made this holiday all about you? The most important relationship is the one you have with yourself. Self-love and self-care are concepts I find myself talking about all the […]Read More
Over the past years, “body-shaming” has become a hot topic, not just online but in everyday life. Unfortunately, body-shaming can happen to almost anyone — regardless of gender, ethnicity, social class, or age. Celebrities, pregnant women, thin people, curvy people, fit people, athletic people, young people, old people — the list of who’s […]Read More
I am so excited to announce that I will be presenting at the FNCE nutrition conference October 16-18th 2016! FNCE is the official Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. I will be speaking on “The Hidden Faces of Eating Disorders” with Julie Duffy Dillon and Rebecca […]Read More
*Just a quick note/trigger warning that the article described uses the word “obesity”. Many people find this word stigmatizing and I personally do not use this word when speaking about clients. When the word “obesity” is used, it’s in a direct quote from someone other than me. Many professionals have […]Read More
I recently attended the iaedp conference in Florida. What an amazing few days of education, networking, connecting with colleagues, and WARM weather! While there, I had the honor of attending a talk on Orthorexia Nervosa: Past, Present & Future of the most Controversial Eating Disorder by Steven Bratman, MD, MPH, […]Read More
With the new year here, many people vow to start a “diet” or lose weight. But when 95% of all diets fail and cause even more problems (physically and emotionally), what is someone to do? So what is normal eating if you’re not going to “diet”? Taken from Ellyn Satter’s […]Read More