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The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast

Tabitha Farrar

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The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast
The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast

The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast

Tabitha Farrar

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20
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Latest Episodes

Recovery stories: Recovering from an eating disorder with bariatric surgery

In this podcast Tabitha talks to Donna about her experience of bariatric surgery and eating disorder recovery

23 MINOCT 16
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Recovery stories: Recovering from an eating disorder with bariatric surgery

Food is so much more than just nutrition! [Podcast]

The social importance of food Blog post:https://tabithafarrar.com/2019/09/food-is-so-much-more-than-just-nutrition-by-design/

26 MINSEP 27
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Food is so much more than just nutrition! [Podcast]

JD Ouellette: Experts by Experience Peer Mentoring in the Eating Disorder Field

This week, Tabitha talks to peer mentor JD Ouellette about experts by experience and peer mentoring in the eating disorder field. JD Ouelletteis a peer coach with a specialty in "Full Metal Apron"Eating Disorders Parent coaching. She is the mother of a young adult in full recovery and living a relapse-prevention lifestyle. JD works globally with families who have a loved one of any age impacted by an eating disorder on education, system navigation, boundaries to support full recovery, and interventions. Having experienced cutting edge treatment at theUC San Diego Eating Disorders Center for Treatment and Research, she understands that families who receive comprehensive psychoeducation and specific skills training can make all the difference in the outcome.

37 MINSEP 6
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JD Ouellette: Experts by Experience Peer Mentoring in the Eating Disorder Field

For Sarah: Unless treatment stops promoting restriction, people will continue to die from eating disorders

Warning: This episode may be difficult or triggering for some listeners. It involves talking about a person who recently died of anorexia. In this podcast, Tabitha talks about a person who recently died as a result of the malnutrition associated with anorexia. Sarah was a joyful, incredibly like-able, intelligent woman with a good sense of humour. She came to me as a client, and someone determined to recover. She was also a person who had been through 30 years of traditional treatment, but never lost hope in her ability to get well. Sarah wasn't non- compliant, she was the opposite of difficult, and she was on her way and actively in recovery when she died. Apparently, a lifetime of malnutrition had resulted in a weak heart, and it was too little too late. Sarah was truly let down by the traditional treatment model. The tragedy is that at the time of her death, she was at the best place she had been for years. Sarah didn't die in the way we stereotypically expect people with anorexia die in a IP bed rejecting food. Sarah was eating better, feeling better, and actively living her recovery when she died. The effects of malnutrition are serious and can be long-lasting. Treatment has to prioritise unrestricted eating, and spreading the message that hunger and desire to eat can be trusted.

30 MINAUG 20
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For Sarah: Unless treatment stops promoting restriction, people will continue to die from eating disorders

Dr G: Considering trans and non-binary individuals in eating disorder treatment

In this podcast, Tabitha takes to the wonderful Dr Jennifer Gaudiani about trans and non-binary individuals in eating disorder treatment. The Gaudiani Clinic provides superb expert outpatient medical care to adolescents and adults of all sizes, shapes, and genders with eating disorders or disordered eating. The Gaudiani Clinic also offers comprehensive person-centered care to those who are recovered from an eating disorder. Through a collaborative, communicative, multi-disciplinary approach, the Clinic cares for the whole person, in the context of their values. Under the care of Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED, patients receive expert medical care provided in a comfortable and highly discreet private practice setting. Dr. Gaudiani is one of the only outpatient internists in the United States who carries the Certified Eating Disorder Specialist designation and is internationally recognized as an expert in the eating disorder field. In her role as an expert outpatient medical doctor, Dr. Gaudiani can function as a patient’s primary care physician or as an expert adjunctive physician as part of a multidisciplinary team. The Gaudiani Clinic is located in Denver, Colorado with both local and telemedicinetreatment plans available. Dr. Gaudiani also offers professional services including private and group consultation, professional webinars, and presentations. Jen's book on Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Sick-Enough-Jennifer-L-Gaudiani-dp-0815382456/dp/0815382456/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=1553546290 Clinic:www.gaudianiclinic.com

22 MINAUG 7
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Dr G: Considering trans and non-binary individuals in eating disorder treatment

Dr Cynthia Bulik: Recent study identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa

In this podcast Tabitha Farrar talks to Dr Cynthia Bulik about recent study that identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa. Link to paper:https://www.nature.com/articles/s41588-019-0439-2 ----------------------------------- Dr. Bulik, a clinical psychologist, is Distinguished Professor of Eating Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry, professor of nutrition in the Gillings School of Global Public Health and founding director of the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders. She is also professor of medical epidemiology and biostatistics at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, where she spends half of her time. Her research includes treatment, laboratory, epidemiological, twin and molecular genetic studies of eating disorders and weight regulation. She has written more than 590 scientific papers and chapters on eating disorders and is the author ofCrave: Why You Binge Eat and How to Stop,The Woman in the Mirror,Midlife Eating Disorders: Your Journey to Recovery, andBinge Control: A Compact Recovery Guide. She is a recipient of the Eating Disorders Coalition Research Award, the Academy for Eating Disorders' Leadership Award for Research, the Price Family National Eating Disorders Association Research Award and the Women’s Leadership Council Faculty-to-Faculty Mentorship Award. Dr. Bulik is past president of the Academy for Eating Disorders, past vice-president of the Eating Disorders Coalition and past Associate Editor of theInternational Journal of Eating Disorders. She holds the first endowed professorship in eating disorders in the United States. Her academic life is balanced by being happily married with three children and performing as an ice dancer and ballroom dancer.

40 MINJUL 25
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Dr Cynthia Bulik: Recent study identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa

Atypical Anorexia

In this podcast, Tabitha answers the question "What are your thoughts on the term Atypical Anorexia?"

21 MINJUL 12
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Atypical Anorexia

Actually it IS about the food: a talk with psychotherapist Danielle B. Grossman

Dannielle B. Grossman is a California licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in Truckee, California. She also works by phone and FaceTime with clients throughout California. Danielle understands that food deprivation and fear responses around eating are at the core of all eating disorders and disordered eating patterns. She helps clients to truly get it that their struggles with food are not their fault and do not mean ANYTHING negative about them. It is a powerful and empowering shift when clients can observe that their patterns with eating are simply their brainbodies doing their job to ensure survival amidst real or perceived threats to getting the food they want or need. Then, the work of therapy is getting out of this chronic threat mode with eating by developing patterns with food that are based in full nourishment, unconditional permission to eat and an ability to honor all signals of hunger. Danielle’s work is based in compassion, an understanding of trauma and survival responses and current science in the fields of weight stigma and eating disorders. truckeecounseling.com.

29 MINJUN 5
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Actually it IS about the food: a talk with psychotherapist Danielle B. Grossman

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: Children, Adolescents, and Adults

In this podcast, Tabitha Farrar talks to Jennifer Thomas and Kamryn Eddy about their new book on ARFID. -Cognitive-behavioral therapy for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder patient/family workbook (free) —https://www.cambridge.org/files/1015/4408/8646/CBT-AR_workbook_12.4.18.pdf -Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: Children, Adolescents, and Adults(Cambridge University Press, 2019) —https://www.amazon.com/Cognitive-Behavioral-Therapy-Avoidant-Restrictive-Disorder/dp/1108401155/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1542036242&sr=8-2&keywords=cognitive+behavioral+therapy+for+avoidant%2Frestrictive+food+intake+disorder&dpID=41PGcm%252BEHuL&preST=_SX218_BO1,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch -Fudo app (free) —https://www.novosi.com/fudo -Study on reward and flexibility in restrictive eating disorders or amenorrheic athletes (research participation opportunity for females ages 16-26 years old who have amenorrhea) —anereact@mgh.harvard.edu -Neurobiology of ARFID study (research participation opportunity for males and females ages 10-22 years with or without avoidant/restrictive eating)—CAREstudy@partners.org

24 MINMAY 22
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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: Children, Adolescents, and Adults

Funding deficit for eating disorders: Taking action in the UK

24 MINMAY 8
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Funding deficit for eating disorders: Taking action in the UK

Latest Episodes

Recovery stories: Recovering from an eating disorder with bariatric surgery

In this podcast Tabitha talks to Donna about her experience of bariatric surgery and eating disorder recovery

23 MINOCT 16
Comments
Recovery stories: Recovering from an eating disorder with bariatric surgery

Food is so much more than just nutrition! [Podcast]

The social importance of food Blog post:https://tabithafarrar.com/2019/09/food-is-so-much-more-than-just-nutrition-by-design/

26 MINSEP 27
Comments
Food is so much more than just nutrition! [Podcast]

JD Ouellette: Experts by Experience Peer Mentoring in the Eating Disorder Field

This week, Tabitha talks to peer mentor JD Ouellette about experts by experience and peer mentoring in the eating disorder field. JD Ouelletteis a peer coach with a specialty in "Full Metal Apron"Eating Disorders Parent coaching. She is the mother of a young adult in full recovery and living a relapse-prevention lifestyle. JD works globally with families who have a loved one of any age impacted by an eating disorder on education, system navigation, boundaries to support full recovery, and interventions. Having experienced cutting edge treatment at theUC San Diego Eating Disorders Center for Treatment and Research, she understands that families who receive comprehensive psychoeducation and specific skills training can make all the difference in the outcome.

37 MINSEP 6
Comments
JD Ouellette: Experts by Experience Peer Mentoring in the Eating Disorder Field

For Sarah: Unless treatment stops promoting restriction, people will continue to die from eating disorders

Warning: This episode may be difficult or triggering for some listeners. It involves talking about a person who recently died of anorexia. In this podcast, Tabitha talks about a person who recently died as a result of the malnutrition associated with anorexia. Sarah was a joyful, incredibly like-able, intelligent woman with a good sense of humour. She came to me as a client, and someone determined to recover. She was also a person who had been through 30 years of traditional treatment, but never lost hope in her ability to get well. Sarah wasn't non- compliant, she was the opposite of difficult, and she was on her way and actively in recovery when she died. Apparently, a lifetime of malnutrition had resulted in a weak heart, and it was too little too late. Sarah was truly let down by the traditional treatment model. The tragedy is that at the time of her death, she was at the best place she had been for years. Sarah didn't die in the way we stereotypically expect people with anorexia die in a IP bed rejecting food. Sarah was eating better, feeling better, and actively living her recovery when she died. The effects of malnutrition are serious and can be long-lasting. Treatment has to prioritise unrestricted eating, and spreading the message that hunger and desire to eat can be trusted.

30 MINAUG 20
Comments
For Sarah: Unless treatment stops promoting restriction, people will continue to die from eating disorders

Dr G: Considering trans and non-binary individuals in eating disorder treatment

In this podcast, Tabitha takes to the wonderful Dr Jennifer Gaudiani about trans and non-binary individuals in eating disorder treatment. The Gaudiani Clinic provides superb expert outpatient medical care to adolescents and adults of all sizes, shapes, and genders with eating disorders or disordered eating. The Gaudiani Clinic also offers comprehensive person-centered care to those who are recovered from an eating disorder. Through a collaborative, communicative, multi-disciplinary approach, the Clinic cares for the whole person, in the context of their values. Under the care of Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED, patients receive expert medical care provided in a comfortable and highly discreet private practice setting. Dr. Gaudiani is one of the only outpatient internists in the United States who carries the Certified Eating Disorder Specialist designation and is internationally recognized as an expert in the eating disorder field. In her role as an expert outpatient medical doctor, Dr. Gaudiani can function as a patient’s primary care physician or as an expert adjunctive physician as part of a multidisciplinary team. The Gaudiani Clinic is located in Denver, Colorado with both local and telemedicinetreatment plans available. Dr. Gaudiani also offers professional services including private and group consultation, professional webinars, and presentations. Jen's book on Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Sick-Enough-Jennifer-L-Gaudiani-dp-0815382456/dp/0815382456/ref=mt_paperback?_encoding=UTF8&me=&qid=1553546290 Clinic:www.gaudianiclinic.com

22 MINAUG 7
Comments
Dr G: Considering trans and non-binary individuals in eating disorder treatment

Dr Cynthia Bulik: Recent study identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa

In this podcast Tabitha Farrar talks to Dr Cynthia Bulik about recent study that identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa. Link to paper:https://www.nature.com/articles/s41588-019-0439-2 ----------------------------------- Dr. Bulik, a clinical psychologist, is Distinguished Professor of Eating Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry, professor of nutrition in the Gillings School of Global Public Health and founding director of the UNC Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders. She is also professor of medical epidemiology and biostatistics at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden, where she spends half of her time. Her research includes treatment, laboratory, epidemiological, twin and molecular genetic studies of eating disorders and weight regulation. She has written more than 590 scientific papers and chapters on eating disorders and is the author ofCrave: Why You Binge Eat and How to Stop,The Woman in the Mirror,Midlife Eating Disorders: Your Journey to Recovery, andBinge Control: A Compact Recovery Guide. She is a recipient of the Eating Disorders Coalition Research Award, the Academy for Eating Disorders' Leadership Award for Research, the Price Family National Eating Disorders Association Research Award and the Women’s Leadership Council Faculty-to-Faculty Mentorship Award. Dr. Bulik is past president of the Academy for Eating Disorders, past vice-president of the Eating Disorders Coalition and past Associate Editor of theInternational Journal of Eating Disorders. She holds the first endowed professorship in eating disorders in the United States. Her academic life is balanced by being happily married with three children and performing as an ice dancer and ballroom dancer.

40 MINJUL 25
Comments
Dr Cynthia Bulik: Recent study identifies eight risk loci and implicates metabo-psychiatric origins for anorexia nervosa

Atypical Anorexia

In this podcast, Tabitha answers the question "What are your thoughts on the term Atypical Anorexia?"

21 MINJUL 12
Comments
Atypical Anorexia

Actually it IS about the food: a talk with psychotherapist Danielle B. Grossman

Dannielle B. Grossman is a California licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice in Truckee, California. She also works by phone and FaceTime with clients throughout California. Danielle understands that food deprivation and fear responses around eating are at the core of all eating disorders and disordered eating patterns. She helps clients to truly get it that their struggles with food are not their fault and do not mean ANYTHING negative about them. It is a powerful and empowering shift when clients can observe that their patterns with eating are simply their brainbodies doing their job to ensure survival amidst real or perceived threats to getting the food they want or need. Then, the work of therapy is getting out of this chronic threat mode with eating by developing patterns with food that are based in full nourishment, unconditional permission to eat and an ability to honor all signals of hunger. Danielle’s work is based in compassion, an understanding of trauma and survival responses and current science in the fields of weight stigma and eating disorders. truckeecounseling.com.

29 MINJUN 5
Comments
Actually it IS about the food: a talk with psychotherapist Danielle B. Grossman

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: Children, Adolescents, and Adults

In this podcast, Tabitha Farrar talks to Jennifer Thomas and Kamryn Eddy about their new book on ARFID. -Cognitive-behavioral therapy for avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder patient/family workbook (free) —https://www.cambridge.org/files/1015/4408/8646/CBT-AR_workbook_12.4.18.pdf -Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: Children, Adolescents, and Adults(Cambridge University Press, 2019) —https://www.amazon.com/Cognitive-Behavioral-Therapy-Avoidant-Restrictive-Disorder/dp/1108401155/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1542036242&sr=8-2&keywords=cognitive+behavioral+therapy+for+avoidant%2Frestrictive+food+intake+disorder&dpID=41PGcm%252BEHuL&preST=_SX218_BO1,204,203,200_QL40_&dpSrc=srch -Fudo app (free) —https://www.novosi.com/fudo -Study on reward and flexibility in restrictive eating disorders or amenorrheic athletes (research participation opportunity for females ages 16-26 years old who have amenorrhea) —anereact@mgh.harvard.edu -Neurobiology of ARFID study (research participation opportunity for males and females ages 10-22 years with or without avoidant/restrictive eating)—CAREstudy@partners.org

24 MINMAY 22
Comments
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder: Children, Adolescents, and Adults

Funding deficit for eating disorders: Taking action in the UK

24 MINMAY 8
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Funding deficit for eating disorders: Taking action in the UK
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