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Eating Disorders: Navigating Recovery

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Eating Disorders: Navigating Recovery

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Co-hosts Francis Iacobucci and Catherine Brown explore the complexities and profound impacts of eating disorders. With insights from individuals in recovery, mental health professionals, and family members, Eating Disorders: Navigating Recovery helps break the stigma surrounding eating disorders and provides a platform for engagement and connection. The recovery journey is not linear; whether you have struggled with disordered eating for days or years, we are here to help along the way.

Latest Episodes

Episode 41, Part 1: Marla Mervis-Hartmann (she/hers) shares how she learned to listen, love, and care for herself from a loving place

In the first of this two-part episode, Marla Mervis-Hartmann -- founder and creator of the "Love Your Body Love Yourself" speaking series, workshops, and coaching programs -- shares her journey experiencing a dysfunctional body-relationship and eating disorder, and how surrendering to a higher power and constantly reframing negative thinking (along with other techniques) helped propel her towards a recovered life. Marla describes herself as a woman, a mother, a friend, a sister, a wife, a teacher, a former body and food obsess-er, and present time lover of love and life. We're grateful she joined the podcast!

15 min4 d ago
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Episode 41, Part 1: Marla Mervis-Hartmann (she/hers) shares how she learned to listen, love, and care for herself from a loving place

Episode 40: This Week's Digest

In This Week's Digest, Catherine and Francis reflect on their conversation with Rachel Crow, discussing the common belief around having to be "sick enough" to deserve treatment and how it's important to give yourself permission to seek help and support when you need it. Finally, the co-hosts begin to unwrap the differences and intersection of body acceptance, body positivity, and body neutrality.

17 min1 w ago
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Episode 40: This Week's Digest

Special Thanksgiving Digest

Thanksgiving can be a challenging and triggering day for many. Catherine and Francis wanted to take a moment to offer support and strategies to help manage difficult emotions and thoughts. Remember, you are not responsible for the feelings and responses from others. You are allowed to set your boundaries. And you are allowed to create joy for yourself. You got this!

8 min1 w ago
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Special Thanksgiving Digest

Episode 39, Part 2 Rachel Crow reflects on her path towards a more sustained life, and considers advice she would offer others

Rachel Crow is a 20-something year old navigating post-graduate life. She is passionate about advocating for the development of healthy body image for all, but specifically young women with physical disabilities. She would like every young adult to realize they have value outside of their appearance and to love their body for its uniqueness and what it does to sustain life.In Part 2 of our conversation, Rachel talks about a period in time when her approaches to food and movement became unsustainable and shares how she continues to work toward accepting--and loving--her body.

19 min1 w ago
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Episode 39, Part 2 Rachel Crow reflects on her path towards a more sustained life, and considers advice she would offer others

Episode 39, Part 1: Rachel Crow (she/hers) is an advocate for young women with disabilities, and shares her story with us

Rachel Crow is a 20-something year old navigating post-graduate life. She is passionate about advocating for the development of healthy body image for all, but specifically young women with physical disabilities. She would like every young adult to realize they have value outside of their appearance and to love their body for its’ uniqueness and what it does to sustain life.She joins the podcast to reflect on her life as a person living with a disability, and how it intersected with her experience with body image dissatisfaction and disordered eating. Rachel brings her lived experience to the platform to advocate for and provide skills for those seeking to change their relationship with their body.

19 min2 w ago
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Episode 39, Part 1: Rachel Crow (she/hers) is an advocate for young women with disabilities, and shares her story with us

Episode 38: This Week's Digest

Catherine and Francis reflect on their conversation with Jess Sprengle, LPC and mental health advocate. Francis discusses the benefits and challenges in sharing his lived experience with clients he sees clinically, and the hosts break down their perspective on what it means to say that the client cannot fail, the treatment can. Enjoy!

19 min2 w ago
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Episode 38: This Week's Digest

Episode 37, Part 2: Jess Sprengle, LPC, talks about the need for all providers to be better informed about eating disorders

In Part 2 of our discussion, Jess Sprengle, LPC, discusses the importance – and quite frankly vitalness – of improving the education about eating disorders for all providers across the mental health and medical professions. Jess shares that given the prevalence of eating disorders among all identities, the high mortality rate, and deeply rooted stigma around food, body, and weight, the need for increased awareness and understanding on how to assess for and treat eating disorders is imperative so that those most marginalized can find a path towards recovery. Finally, our guest reflects on what she would say to someone in search of recovery. Enjoy!

15 min2 w ago
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Episode 37, Part 2: Jess Sprengle, LPC, talks about the need for all providers to be better informed about eating disorders

Episode 37, Part 1: Jess Sprengle (she/hers), LPC and mental health advocate, brings her roll-up-the-sleeves perspective to the podcast

We're thrilled to welcome Jess Sprengle, LPC and mental health advocate, to the podcast! Jess -- who has been working with clients experiencing eating disorders for over five years -- brings a roll her sleeves up and get in there with you approach to her therapeutic work. She is passionate about helping children, adolescents, and adults find peace with food, work toward finding a “home” in their bodies, and live lives worth living. Our episode with Jess will be two parts, with the second part going live on Wednesday, November 11th. You can follow and connect with Jess at www.jessicasprenglelpc.com, on Instagram @thecrankytherapist, and on twitter @JessSprengleLPC

18 min3 w ago
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Episode 37, Part 1: Jess Sprengle (she/hers), LPC and mental health advocate, brings her roll-up-the-sleeves perspective to the podcast

Episode 36: This Week's Digest

Catherine and Francis reflect on their conversation with Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW about cognitive behavioral therapy and family intervention in eating disorder treatment and recovery. Francis shares how CBT adds value to treatment and acknowledges the barriers of family treatment in recovery, particularly for trans and gender diverse individuals. Catherine speaks about the importance of what each family member brings to the whole dynamic, and how we can bring our best selves forward in our family systems.

17 min3 w ago
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Episode 36: This Week's Digest

Episode 35, Part 2: Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW continues sharing her thoughts on why support systems are vital to recovery

In Part 2 of our conversation with Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW, she shares her reasoning for the vitalness of family, chosen family, and support system involvement in eating disorder treatment and recovery. We end our conversation as we always do, asking Chrissy what she would say to folks experiencing eating disorders looking for a path forward.

13 minOCT 31
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Episode 35, Part 2: Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW continues sharing her thoughts on why support systems are vital to recovery

Latest Episodes

Episode 41, Part 1: Marla Mervis-Hartmann (she/hers) shares how she learned to listen, love, and care for herself from a loving place

In the first of this two-part episode, Marla Mervis-Hartmann -- founder and creator of the "Love Your Body Love Yourself" speaking series, workshops, and coaching programs -- shares her journey experiencing a dysfunctional body-relationship and eating disorder, and how surrendering to a higher power and constantly reframing negative thinking (along with other techniques) helped propel her towards a recovered life. Marla describes herself as a woman, a mother, a friend, a sister, a wife, a teacher, a former body and food obsess-er, and present time lover of love and life. We're grateful she joined the podcast!

15 min4 d ago
Comments
Episode 41, Part 1: Marla Mervis-Hartmann (she/hers) shares how she learned to listen, love, and care for herself from a loving place

Episode 40: This Week's Digest

In This Week's Digest, Catherine and Francis reflect on their conversation with Rachel Crow, discussing the common belief around having to be "sick enough" to deserve treatment and how it's important to give yourself permission to seek help and support when you need it. Finally, the co-hosts begin to unwrap the differences and intersection of body acceptance, body positivity, and body neutrality.

17 min1 w ago
Comments
Episode 40: This Week's Digest

Special Thanksgiving Digest

Thanksgiving can be a challenging and triggering day for many. Catherine and Francis wanted to take a moment to offer support and strategies to help manage difficult emotions and thoughts. Remember, you are not responsible for the feelings and responses from others. You are allowed to set your boundaries. And you are allowed to create joy for yourself. You got this!

8 min1 w ago
Comments
Special Thanksgiving Digest

Episode 39, Part 2 Rachel Crow reflects on her path towards a more sustained life, and considers advice she would offer others

Rachel Crow is a 20-something year old navigating post-graduate life. She is passionate about advocating for the development of healthy body image for all, but specifically young women with physical disabilities. She would like every young adult to realize they have value outside of their appearance and to love their body for its uniqueness and what it does to sustain life.In Part 2 of our conversation, Rachel talks about a period in time when her approaches to food and movement became unsustainable and shares how she continues to work toward accepting--and loving--her body.

19 min1 w ago
Comments
Episode 39, Part 2 Rachel Crow reflects on her path towards a more sustained life, and considers advice she would offer others

Episode 39, Part 1: Rachel Crow (she/hers) is an advocate for young women with disabilities, and shares her story with us

Rachel Crow is a 20-something year old navigating post-graduate life. She is passionate about advocating for the development of healthy body image for all, but specifically young women with physical disabilities. She would like every young adult to realize they have value outside of their appearance and to love their body for its’ uniqueness and what it does to sustain life.She joins the podcast to reflect on her life as a person living with a disability, and how it intersected with her experience with body image dissatisfaction and disordered eating. Rachel brings her lived experience to the platform to advocate for and provide skills for those seeking to change their relationship with their body.

19 min2 w ago
Comments
Episode 39, Part 1: Rachel Crow (she/hers) is an advocate for young women with disabilities, and shares her story with us

Episode 38: This Week's Digest

Catherine and Francis reflect on their conversation with Jess Sprengle, LPC and mental health advocate. Francis discusses the benefits and challenges in sharing his lived experience with clients he sees clinically, and the hosts break down their perspective on what it means to say that the client cannot fail, the treatment can. Enjoy!

19 min2 w ago
Comments
Episode 38: This Week's Digest

Episode 37, Part 2: Jess Sprengle, LPC, talks about the need for all providers to be better informed about eating disorders

In Part 2 of our discussion, Jess Sprengle, LPC, discusses the importance – and quite frankly vitalness – of improving the education about eating disorders for all providers across the mental health and medical professions. Jess shares that given the prevalence of eating disorders among all identities, the high mortality rate, and deeply rooted stigma around food, body, and weight, the need for increased awareness and understanding on how to assess for and treat eating disorders is imperative so that those most marginalized can find a path towards recovery. Finally, our guest reflects on what she would say to someone in search of recovery. Enjoy!

15 min2 w ago
Comments
Episode 37, Part 2: Jess Sprengle, LPC, talks about the need for all providers to be better informed about eating disorders

Episode 37, Part 1: Jess Sprengle (she/hers), LPC and mental health advocate, brings her roll-up-the-sleeves perspective to the podcast

We're thrilled to welcome Jess Sprengle, LPC and mental health advocate, to the podcast! Jess -- who has been working with clients experiencing eating disorders for over five years -- brings a roll her sleeves up and get in there with you approach to her therapeutic work. She is passionate about helping children, adolescents, and adults find peace with food, work toward finding a “home” in their bodies, and live lives worth living. Our episode with Jess will be two parts, with the second part going live on Wednesday, November 11th. You can follow and connect with Jess at www.jessicasprenglelpc.com, on Instagram @thecrankytherapist, and on twitter @JessSprengleLPC

18 min3 w ago
Comments
Episode 37, Part 1: Jess Sprengle (she/hers), LPC and mental health advocate, brings her roll-up-the-sleeves perspective to the podcast

Episode 36: This Week's Digest

Catherine and Francis reflect on their conversation with Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW about cognitive behavioral therapy and family intervention in eating disorder treatment and recovery. Francis shares how CBT adds value to treatment and acknowledges the barriers of family treatment in recovery, particularly for trans and gender diverse individuals. Catherine speaks about the importance of what each family member brings to the whole dynamic, and how we can bring our best selves forward in our family systems.

17 min3 w ago
Comments
Episode 36: This Week's Digest

Episode 35, Part 2: Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW continues sharing her thoughts on why support systems are vital to recovery

In Part 2 of our conversation with Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW, she shares her reasoning for the vitalness of family, chosen family, and support system involvement in eating disorder treatment and recovery. We end our conversation as we always do, asking Chrissy what she would say to folks experiencing eating disorders looking for a path forward.

13 minOCT 31
Comments
Episode 35, Part 2: Chrissy Beach, MSW, LCSW continues sharing her thoughts on why support systems are vital to recovery
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