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How does one formulate a recovery and treatment plan for the profound consequences of surviving trauma? Why should the survivor begin a process of healing with the admission of what happened to them? Is the role of spirituality in trauma recovery necessary in order to heal? In Trauma and Transformation: A Twelve Step Guide, clinical social worker Rivka Edery demystifies the misunderstood resource of spirituality, as it applies to healing from trauma. She provides a guide to a personal spirit ...
 
Licensed psychotherapist and life/business/executive coach Ken Howard, LCSW, provides motivational and inspirational podcast episodes to entertain, inform, challenge, and inspire you to Have the Life You Want!
 
Join the founders of The Full Bloom Project for a weekly dose of body-positive parenting wisdom. Zoë Bisbing and Leslie Bloch are both New York City-based adolescent eating disorder psychotherapists, mothers of two, and research-junkies. They are on a mission to teach parents everywhere how to transform their home environment into a place where children can naturally boost immunity to our appearance obsessed culture, so they can channel their precious resources towards more meaningful purpos ...
 
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Jason Hobbs LCSW MDiv
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writer, clinical social worker, spiritual director, husband, father, son, and runner in Middle Georgia, recently published Unless a Grain of Wheat Falls, more often posting audio for Mediumhttps://medium.com/@jasonhobbslcsw Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jasonhobbslcsw/support
 
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Psychologist Dr. Michael Reichert discusses the unique challenges of boyhood, pressures boys face to conform to masculine ideals, and the power of relationships to fortify boys in response. He shares strategies parents can use to cultivate their connection to their sons and help them hold on to their authentic selves. Get our ABC Guide to Body- ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “Nothing is ever really lost.” on birthdays, the accumulation of friends on Facebook, community, and Walt Whitman. This episode has some follow up reflections from last year when I took my birthday off of Facebook and heard ... "crickets". There is some about the faux-community of Facebook, some reflec ...…
 
Therapist and author Andrea Wachter joins us to discuss how parents can use mindfulness to help kids of all ages who are struggling with poor body image or their relationship with food. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Join our body image group for parents. Read the full show notes for this episode.…
 
Health educator Justine Ang Fonte joins us for a conversation about healthy relationships, sex, consent, and body positivity in the digital age. Justine explains why parents are the primary sex educators for their children and gives examples of what this education can look like at different life stages. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parent ...…
 
Non-diet dietitian and activist Amee Severson joins us to discuss what parents should know about the research behind the Health At Every Size® paradigm. We’re digging into why diets don’t work, the origins of BMI as a measurement, the health consequences of “fat” vs. fat stigma, and why health can’t be measured by weight or body size. Get our A ...…
 
Registered dietitian Marci Evans draws on her expertise in both digestive health and eating disorders to talk us through helping kids struggling with tummy aches and food sensitivities. We discuss the mind-body connection, the risks of elimination diets, and her recommendations for supporting your child and working with their medical providers ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “Anxiety isn’t good with statistics.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode is mostly around the way that anxiety and stress lead us into all/nothing thinking patterns ... which do not lead to nuanced thinking or multiple options. Th ...…
 
Dr. Sabrina Strings talks us through her research on the origins of fat phobia and the thin ideal, why these phenomenon have always been tied to race, and why the assumed connection between weight and health is built on a shaky foundation. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read the full show notes here.…
 
In our kickoff to season 2, journalist Virginia Sole-Smith joins us to discuss all things pregnancy, motherhood, body image, feeding, and eating. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read the full show notes here.By Leslie Bloch, LCSW & Zoë Bisbing, LCSW.
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “It is like a child putting on an adult’s coat.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode talks about the way in which children can be given adult roles and the ways in which these can be flattering, but then also damaging for children. ...…
 
Jennifer Harris of the Ellyn Satter Institute helps us understand why healthy has more to do with how we feed our children than what we feed them. We discuss the evidence-based Satter feeding dynamics models, how to build eating competence in our kids, what parents vs. children are responsible for when it comes to mealtime, and the value of fam ...…
 
It’s just Zoë and Leslie this week, answering a listener question about how to ask family members and her pediatrician not to make comments about her five-month-old baby’s shape or size. We use a skill from DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) to walk through an effective strategy for communicating this request, and brainstorm together possible ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “Anxiety likes a blank canvas…” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode reviews the open, future-oriented nature of anxiety, the way in which a "blank canvas" give a lot of room for an anxious brain to paint fearful pictures. This post ...…
 
In this repost of a fan favorite, public health researcher Dr. Kendrin Sonneville helps us understand the research on what doctors and parents can do to promote health and well-being in children of all sizes. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.By Leslie Bloch, LCSW & Zoë Bisbing, LCSW.
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “Try treating those thoughts like you would a bully…” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode is about how to help children and adolescents (and ourselves) deal with difficult and persistent thoughts. This post can be found at medium.c ...…
 
Parent coach, advocate, and author Eva Musby joins us for a discussion about best practices when talking to your child about body size, especially when they ask that dreaded question — “Am I fat?” She draws on her personal experience as a parent and professional work supporting parents of children suffering from eating disorders. Get our ABC Gu ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled Going Back to School Mindfully: a quick guide for students, teachers, and parents. This post can be found at medium.com/@jasonhobbslcsw. Go here for Jason's book, released Spring 2019. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jasonhobbslcsw/support
 
We're revisiting one of our most popular episodes for our summer break. In this episode, we hear from Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S, the award-winning dietitian, author, and original intuitive eating pro. Evelyn helps us understand her ground-breaking concept of intuitive eating, why intuitive eating is essential for body-positive parenting, ...…
 
Dr. Michael Levine joins us to answer a listener question about how to discuss body-positive beliefs and values with family members from older generations. He also shares some of his insights from decades working in the eating disorder prevention field. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.…
 
We're revisiting one of our most popular episodes for our summer break. We spoke with physician Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani, who drew on her extensive experience providing medical care for people with eating disorders to help us understand why puberty is vulnerable time for young people when it comes to developing disordered eating and body image con ...…
 
Zoë and Leslie are in conversation with just each other this week - and coming to you from the Pacific Northwest! We kick off our podcast summer series with reflections on what we’ve learned, where we’ve been, and where we want to go in Season 2. We also share what you can expect from us in the next few weeks and what you can do to support the ...…
 
To close out Season 1 of the podcast, we’re joined by nutrition therapist Heidi Schauster to discuss ten things parents can feel free to stop doing in order to improve their relationships with food, their bodies, and themselves — and to nurture the same in their children. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.…
 
Registered dietitian Rebecca Scritchfield helps us explore why families might want to practice “body kindness” and self-compassion. We discuss the importance of detaching health and wellbeing from weight, and how parents (and their children) can identify self care practices that work best for them. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. ...…
 
Dr. Stuart Murray and Dr. Jason Nagata join us for a conversation about how body image concerns and eating disorders impact boys. We discuss appearance ideals for males, and how this leads disordered eating to manifest differently in this population - and often go unrecognized. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes ...…
 
Dr. Cynthia Bulik shares insights from the research on the genetics of eating disorders. We discuss how parents can create a buffering environment to navigate the genetic factors that impact a child's risk of developing an eating disorder. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.…
 
Dr. Sasha Gorrell joins us to discuss how parents can help their children develop healthy relationships with movement, sports, and exercise. She draws on both her research and her own experience as a professional dancer to illuminate risk factors and strategies for parents. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled "So are you a good kid or a bad kid?" Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode is around the subject of parenting, focusing on the behavior instead of locating "badness" or "goodness" in a child's self. This post can be found at medium. ...…
 
Physician Dr. Carly Guss and researcher Dr. Sabra Katz-Wise join us for a conversation about the unique risks for disordered eating and body image concerns faced by transgender and gender nonconforming youth. We also discuss the importance of reframing body positivity as body neutrality in this context. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parent ...…
 
Clinical psychologist Dr. Rebecca Kennedy draws on her work as a psychotherapist and parenting coach to help us understand what a nonjudgmental stance looks and sounds like. We discuss the benefits for children when their parents take this stance, and three steps you can put in place today to begin practicing. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive ...…
 
Registered dietitian and eating disorder expert Melainie Rogers joins us for a conversation about orthorexia, which occurs when a preoccupation with healthy eating becomes extreme and debilitating. We discuss why orthorexia can be easily missed, signs parents can look for, and steps parents can take to help lower their child’s risk. Get our ABC ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “Concrete, specific praise works best.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode discusses self-efficacy vs. self-esteem, encouraging praise that is more specific than general. This post can be found at https://medium.com/@jasonhobbslcs ...…
 
Research scientist Dr. Eric Stice introduces us to his findings on eating disorder risk factors, including the role of the “thin ideal.” We discuss the Body Project, an intervention that successfully reduces risk for onset of eating disorders and has been implemented worldwide. Dr. Stice helps us explore how parents can fight the thin ideal and ...…
 
Psychologist Dr. Lauren Muhlheim helps us understand the Health at Every Size® paradigm and the value of building a united front against diet culture. We discuss strategies and possible challenges for uniting with pediatricians, teachers, extended family members, and other care providers in the body-positive parenting approach. Get our ABC Guid ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “Don’t call it a pee-pee or a hoo-hah.” Talking with your children about sex. This episode discusses way to (and not to) talk to children about sex and sexuality. This post can be found at https://medium.com/@jasonhobbslcsw/dont-call-it-a-pee-pee-or-a-hoo-hah-edbcc90a2369. You can read other Medium pos ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled "Touching our Wounds: on approaching our pain instead of avoiding it". This episode, takes a shot at redeeming Doubting Thomas but also notes that comments like "just get over it" are not terribly helpful when we are grieving or in pain. This post can be found at https://medium.com/@jasonhobbslcsw/touc ...…
 
Physician Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani draws on her extensive experience providing medical care for people with eating disorders to help us understand why puberty is vulnerable time for young people when it comes to developing disordered eating and body image concerns. We discuss what parents can do to help adolescents in this time period, particularl ...…
 
Dr. Analisa Arroyo talks us through her research on how parental communication strategies can help promote positive body image in their children. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.By Leslie Bloch, LCSW & Zoë Bisbing, LCSW.
 
Dr. Emily Wacker helps us understand how a young person’s genuine voice and values can protect them against disordered eating. We also discuss what parents can do to help their children develop an understanding of their values and feel empowered to use their voices. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “They leave before they leave.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode is a reminder to those of us who are parents to be present with our children in their comings and going, but also making room for their eventual (and gradual) leav ...…
 
In this episode, we talk with therapist and eating disorder specialist Signe Darpinian about creating a home environment that promotes connected eating and protects against the development of disordered eating for children. She draws on research from her recent book, her clinical work, and her experience raising her own daughter to offer practi ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “You can’t eat a whole pizza without cutting it into slices first.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode is aimed toward those of us who have a difficult time breaking tasks into parts; there is some brain science about how we tend ...…
 
Psychologist Dr. Charlotte Markey talks us through the latest research on the impact of social media on body image. She also shares her easy-to-remember acronym for the four steps parents can follow to help protect against the harmful effects of social media. Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.…
 
Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.By Leslie Bloch, LCSW & Zoë Bisbing, LCSW.
 
Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.By Leslie Bloch, LCSW & Zoë Bisbing, LCSW.
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “I wonder if something important happened around here?” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. This episode talks about how our response to trauma can be located in time just as much as in physical location. This post can be found at https://mediu ...…
 
Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.By Leslie Bloch, LCSW & Zoë Bisbing, LCSW.
 
Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.By Leslie Bloch, LCSW & Zoë Bisbing, LCSW.
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “The only way out is through". This episode, similar in many ways to the style of the book that I wrote, uses the last Sunday's lectionary texts, some thoughts about therapy and mindfulness, in addition to baking bread. This post can be found at https://medium.com/@jasonhobbslcsw/the-only-way-out-is-th ...…
 
A reading from a recent Medium post titled “Insight does not equal change.” Part of an occasional series about phrases that this therapist finds himself repeating, often. In this episode, I talk about how we sometimes get misled worrying about the "why" of a behavior instead of looking at what keeps the behavior in place. While the story of "wh ...…
 
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