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This show will explore the deeper meaning of our relationship with food. We dive into issues related to body image, restriction, bingeing, purging, compulsive exercise, and eating disorder related behaviors. We utilize ideas from psychoanalysis, the deep work therapy, to bring you answers about why you do the things you do and one step closer to a healthier relationship with food and yourself.
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This show will explore the deeper meaning of our relationship with food. We dive into issues related to body image, restriction, bingeing, purging, compulsive exercise, and eating disorder related behaviors. We utilize ideas from psychoanalysis, the deep work therapy, to bring you answers about why you do the things you do and one step closer to a healthier relationship with food and yourself.
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Hey there! I'm Claire and welcome to the Yours Chewly Podcast. I'm *chewly* glad that you're here (and no, that won't be the first pun you hear if you stick around)... I'm a Registered Dietitian, Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, PB&J Enthusiast, and owner of Yours Chewly Nutrition, LLC. I help people ditch the chronic cycles of dieting and disordered eating through an Intuitive Eating + Health at Every Size® aligned approach. Tune in as I talk with fellow health and nutrition profession ...
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The Practice of Therapy Podcast with Gordon Brewer

Gordon Brewer, MEd, LMFT: Therapist | Consultant | Writer | Speaker

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This podcast is here for therapists, counselors, social workers, psychotherapists, and mental health clinicians in their practice journeys. I'm Gordon Brewer and the person behind The Practice of Therapy Blog and Website that provides tools, resources and advice for people starting, growing or expanding their private practices. The podcast will help you learn from other experts in the field to move your private practice forward to success. The Practice of Therapy Podcast is part of the Psych ...
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You know, parents have an intuition for a reason. If you ever feel like your child is getting worse or not receiving the right treatment, trust your gut and seek alternatives. Many listeners have requested episodes focused on parents and families dealing with eating disorders. We usually address the issues from the perspective of those struggling o…
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You know, parents have an intuition for a reason. If you ever feel like your child is getting worse or not receiving the right treatment, trust your gut and seek alternatives. Many listeners have requested episodes focused on parents and families dealing with eating disorders. We usually address the issues from the perspective of those struggling o…
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Stacy K. Nakell is a licensed clinical social worker, certified group psychotherapist, certified clinical trauma practitioner, and author. She has spent the past fifteen years in private practice in Austin, TX, providing individual and group psychotherapy to clients struggling with body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs). In this episode of the P…
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Are you team strict diet or team intuitive eating? Or maybe, the team thing is kind of ridiculous. When it comes to nutrition, it often feels like we're stuck between two opposing camps: those who are all about strict diets and scientific nutrition, and those who advocate for intuitive eating. It’s like there’s an invisible line, and folks tend to …
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Are you team strict diet or team intuitive eating? Or maybe, the team thing is kind of ridiculous. When it comes to nutrition, it often feels like we're stuck between two opposing camps: those who are all about strict diets and scientific nutrition, and those who advocate for intuitive eating. It’s like there’s an invisible line, and folks tend to …
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David Sturgess is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Marietta, Georgia. He owns Foundry Counseling, LLC, just off the Marietta Square. For over a decade, he worked as a therapist in two of Georgia’s short- to long-term Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facilities (PRTFs). During the last two years of working in the hospital setting, he oper…
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What is really considered an “expert” opinion? When we talk about topics like weight loss or body positivity from an emotional angle, it's easy to paint the other side as the villain. It's tempting to accuse those advocating for weight loss of spreading misinformation or manipulating the truth. It’s tempting to speak with cynicism and sarcasm and s…
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What is really considered an “expert” opinion? When we talk about topics like weight loss or body positivity from an emotional angle, it's easy to paint the other side as the villain. It's tempting to accuse those advocating for weight loss of spreading misinformation or manipulating the truth. It’s tempting to speak with cynicism and sarcasm and s…
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Amy Dover, LMFT, has dedicated over two decades to the field of marriage and family therapy, guiding individuals and families through their most challenging times with compassion and a deep understanding of the complexities of human relationships. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Amy has not only impacted countless lives through her dir…
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Dear listener,Join me this month as I chat with special guest Kate Morton! Kate is a Registered Dietitian, the founder of Funk It Wellness, a SXSW speaker, and menstrual health advocate. After studying to become an RD, Kate moved to New Zealand where she began working with wellness start-ups to develop nutritionally sound products in the “better fo…
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Communication shapes our world. The words we use don't just reflect our thoughts; they shape our experiences, both internally and in our relationships with others. We often ask: What's the deeper meaning behind someone's struggle with food? What could be going on beneath the surface? While these questions are important, we should also be thinking o…
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Communication shapes our world. The words we use don't just reflect our thoughts; they shape our experiences, both internally and in our relationships with others. We often ask: What's the deeper meaning behind someone's struggle with food? What could be going on beneath the surface? While these questions are important, we should also be thinking o…
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Mike Zoladkowski is a digital marketing specialist and content marketing specialist with 12+ years of experience in various sectors, including mental health services. He designed and created a therapy business from scratch and grew it to 6 figures in about 2 years. Now, Mike and his wife Monika are helping other therapists in Canada and the US to g…
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Food, desire, intuition, and… sex. We often get stuck in the food and body image loop when discussing eating disorders. But let's be real, it's so much more than that! Our relationship with food and our bodies spills over into every aspect of our lives, especially anything that connects with our desires, including our sexual desires and intimacy. T…
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Food, desire, intuition, and… sex. We often get stuck in the food and body image loop when discussing eating disorders. But let's be real, it's so much more than that! Our relationship with food and our bodies spills over into every aspect of our lives, especially anything that connects with our desires, including our sexual desires and intimacy. T…
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Joshua Rosenthal, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and the founder/CEO of Manhattan Psychology Group, PC (MPG), an integrated mental health and ABA practice based in NYC. He started his solo private practice in 2008 in NYC and grew it to over 250 staff before selling it to a PE-backed, mental health MSO called ARC Health. Post sale, he con…
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“The food industry pays ‘influencer’ dietitians to shape your eating habits”. Yep, you read that right. Recently, the Washington Post put out an article, and it's stirring the pot on a topic close to my heart: the Anti-Diet movement. So let’s stir the pot on this article. Basically, the gist of the article is that big food companies, like General M…
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“The food industry pays ‘influencer’ dietitians to shape your eating habits”. Yep, you read that right. Recently, the Washington Post put out an article, and it's stirring the pot on a topic close to my heart: the Anti-Diet movement. So let’s stir the pot on this article. Basically, the gist of the article is that big food companies, like General M…
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Rachelle is a licensed mental health counselor, eating disorder and analytic therapist. She works with clients in New York City and Brooklyn to make sense of life’s messy emotional experiences. In this episode, we dive into society's intricate dynamics surrounding body image, self-care, well-being, and networking. Rachelle addresses societal pressu…
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Carolyn is personally passionate about holistic health and wellness and an outspoken advocate that the environment of your space impacts your success. With over 40 years of experience in the commercial interior industry, she holds a BS in Interior Architectural Design from the University of Texas at Austin, is NCIDQ Certified, a Registered Designer…
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Maureen Clancy has been a licensed therapist and trauma expert for the past 20 years, helping women go through enormous life changes who have experienced childhood trauma. In this episode, Maureen shares her journey of integrating alternative healing modalities into therapeutic practice. She discusses her exploration of various methods such as ener…
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Dear Listener, On this month’s episode of the pod I’m joined by special guest Rachelle Heinemann! Rachelle is a licensed mental health counselor who specializes in working with individuals with disordered eating, eating disorders,depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. In addition to her practice, she’s an educator, speaker, and has taught co…
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Last Episode in April! See you in May! From an early age, we’re taught that lying is bad. But, is it? What drives someone to lie? Is all lying inherently bad? How does lying intersect with our internal struggles and vulnerabilities? These are just a few questions I had before my conversation with Tom. There are a lot of reasons as to why someone ma…
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Last Episode in April! See you in May! From an early age, we’re taught that lying is bad. But, is it? What drives someone to lie? Is all lying inherently bad? How does lying intersect with our internal struggles and vulnerabilities? These are just a few questions I had before my conversation with Tom. There are a lot of reasons as to why someone ma…
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Kasey Compton is on a mission to help business owners find their entrepreneurial confidence. She went from bankrupt to Boss Babe when she took her first company from zero to three million in less than three years without ditching her life to do it. She owns three other businesses that have accumulated assets of over two million and are growing by t…
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Pregnancy is beautiful (for some). Postpartum is raw. There is so much more to a person’s fertility journey than just pregnancy. But there seems to be a universal narrative surrounding pregnancy - the glow, the anticipation, the miracle of life. But what about what comes next? As a mother myself, I've experienced firsthand the pressures of bounce-b…
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Pregnancy is beautiful (for some). Postpartum is raw. There is so much more to a person’s fertility journey than just pregnancy. But there seems to be a universal narrative surrounding pregnancy - the glow, the anticipation, the miracle of life. But what about what comes next? As a mother myself, I've experienced firsthand the pressures of bounce-b…
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Dr. Carney is Associate Dean for Public Health and Health Policy, and Professor of Medicine, at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont (UVM). She is Chief of the Division of Public Health at the Larner College of Medicine and directs graduate public health education. In this episode, we cover Dr. Carney’s multifaceted approach …
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Has the eating disorder community pushed the envelope a little too far? It's a nuanced conversation, one that doesn't lend itself to easy answers. As we endorse concepts like health at every size, intuitive eating, and body love, are we inadvertently alienating those who need our message the most? At the core of it all lies a fundamental question: …
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Has the eating disorder community pushed the envelope a little too far? It's a nuanced conversation, one that doesn't lend itself to easy answers. As we endorse concepts like health at every size, intuitive eating, and body love, are we inadvertently alienating those who need our message the most? At the core of it all lies a fundamental question: …
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Dr. Connor McClenahan founded Here Counseling, which provides a membership model for private practice so therapists can run their own private practices independently while benefiting from group resources. Dr. McClenahan runs a private practice in Los Angeles and Pasadena and has taught, coached, and written on digital marketing for therapists. His …
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When we talk about eating disorders, the conversation often revolves around body image – from the harmful effects of body shaming to the empowering message of body positivity. But there's another aspect of this conversation that often goes overlooked: beauty ideals. There are so many tough questions to answer: Is there such a thing as a "perfect" b…
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When we talk about eating disorders, the conversation often revolves around body image – from the harmful effects of body shaming to the empowering message of body positivity. But there's another aspect of this conversation that often goes overlooked: beauty ideals. There are so many tough questions to answer: Is there such a thing as a "perfect" b…
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Cameron Schober is an LPC-S and LMFT-S in the State of Texas, primarily practicing at The Hope Place in Mansfield, TX. Cameron’s main areas of clinical focus is treating trauma using a combination of Accelerated Resolution Therapy, psychedelic-assisted integration, and postmodern therapy approaches in conjunction with psychoeducation related to tra…
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Everyone knows Ozempic. Everyone wants Ozempic. There’s a sea of misinformation out there because medications like Ozempic, Wegovy, and Mounjaro have become so popular. But the real question is why? These aren’t necessarily brand-new medications but lately, we’ve seen them “prescribed” right and left and it leaves us wondering if it’s something we …
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Everyone knows Ozempic. Everyone wants Ozempic. There’s a sea of misinformation out there because medications like Ozempic, Wegovy, and Mounjaro have become so popular. But the real question is why? These aren’t necessarily brand-new medications but lately, we’ve seen them “prescribed” right and left and it leaves us wondering if it’s something we …
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Carla Titus is a finance expert with over 15 years of combined corporate financial planning, analysis, strategy, and online businesses experience. She provides fractional CFO services and financial consulting to business owners looking to grow their business profitably. Her priorities for her clients are to help them grow profits, have cash in the …
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“Here’s what I eat in a day as an *insert social media influencer title here*” If you’re active on social media, chances are you have scrolled through posts like these. Whether they are “what I eat in a day” or “what I earn in a month” or whatever it may be, they are so common but to be honest, a little toxic. Tweetable Quotes "For the most part, e…
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“Here’s what I eat in a day as an *insert social media influencer title here*” If you’re active on social media, chances are you have scrolled through posts like these. Whether they are “what I eat in a day” or “what I earn in a month” or whatever it may be, they are so common but to be honest, a little toxic. Tweetable Quotes "For the most part, e…
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This episode covers Dr. Liz Lasky's transformative shift from traditional therapy to coaching, driven by her quest for personal fulfillment and financial success. Embracing skepticism, she champions that therapists can thrive financially while providing valuable services, inspiring others to pursue their dreams. We speak about diverse opportunities…
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There’s a fine line between disordered eating and an eating disorder. These are terms we’ve all heard, but have you ever stopped to consider the difference between these labels? Better yet, does it truly matter what the difference is? Tweetable Quotes “I think that when we narrow ourselves into boxes and say, this needs to be labeled as disordered …
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There’s a fine line between disordered eating and an eating disorder. These are terms we’ve all heard, but have you ever stopped to consider the difference between these labels? Better yet, does it truly matter what the difference is? Tweetable Quotes “I think that when we narrow ourselves into boxes and say, this needs to be labeled as disordered …
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Kristie Plantinga is a mental health nerd, writer, and marketer living in Colorado. She is the founder of TherapieSEO—a marketing agency serving therapists and coaches—and Best Therapists—a therapist directory that vets therapists so therapy-seekers can focus on fit, not quality. When she’s not writing about mental health and dreaming up creative c…
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“You don’t look like you would have an eating disorder.” Crazier things have never been said. Here’s the thing, eating disorders don’t have a look. It’s a myth that eating disorders are typically portrayed by a “skinny” individual. But the reality is far from that stereotype. Eating disorders can affect anyone, regardless of their outward appearanc…
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“You don’t look like you would have an eating disorder.” Crazier things have never been said. Here’s the thing, eating disorders don’t have a look. It’s a myth that eating disorders are typically portrayed by a “skinny” individual. But the reality is far from that stereotype. Eating disorders can affect anyone, regardless of their outward appearanc…
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Malka is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New Jersey, New York, and Florida. She has been in the mental health field for over 25 years and has successfully run her private practice for the last 15 years. In response to the events of October 7th and the ongoing situation, Malka Shaw, LCSW and Stacey Shapiro, LCSW, have co-founded the Kesher Shal…
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Dear Listener, In this month’s episode, I’m joined by fellow RD and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor, Amanda Mittman. Amanda owns a group private practice of Registered Dietitians who support people with disordered eating and eating disorders. She also teaches other providers how to incorporate body image counseling skills into their practice. …
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Parenthood can be both beautiful and stressful. Firstly, it’s okay to admit that. There are no sick days, there is no PTO, you work 24/7 shifts and you get paid nothing. It’s sometimes a thankless job, and you’ll never get a break. But, it’s the toughest job you will ever love. If we really dive into the rut of parenting, it can feel incredibly ove…
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