I very much appreciated being interviewed by Erin Skinner on the Empowered Nutrition podcast to explore how to address eating disorders in nutritional settings. I appreciated how open Erin was in hearing how so many food plans, diets, mainstream eating approaches Read more
As an eating disorder psychologist, I love my work. Sure, it can be hard, but it’s not exhausting. I do believe that people can recover from eating disorders. I want to learn about my clients and hear how their eating Read more
“A Hunger So Wide and So Deep, by Becky W. Thompson. To say that this book resonated with me doesn’t even capture what happened. It did more. Reading those stories, I felt seen, validated and soothed… and it was everything to me. “
Eating disorders are often viewed as occurring in Caucasian, thin, affluent, cisgender adolescent girls. The way our current media portrays those suffering from eating disorders reinforces this myth.
Our world is diversifying and will continue to do so. The growth of multicultural communities from sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, age, gender, etc., each with its own cultural traits and health profiles, present a complex challenge to health care Read more
I will start with some personal thoughts about why this work is so important to me. Our bodies are our home. Yet our bodies take in our experiences and pain. As marginalized folx, our bodies take in the experience of Read more