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Exploring Food Allergy Families

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Exploring Food Allergy Families

Tamara Hubbard, LCPC (The Food Allergy Counselor website)

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Hosted by licensed therapist Tamara Hubbard, LCPC, Exploring Food Allergy Families is a podcast with real talk, relatable conversations, and practical advice focused on navigating the impacts that food allergies have on families, mental health, and emotional well-being. Subscribe now so you don't miss any episodes! (www.FoodAllergyFamilies.com. Music by Scott Holmes.)
 
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My guest Jo Frost (also known as Supernanny) and I chat about so many important topics in this 2-part episode, including how to live an empowered life with allergies, navigating various family/parenting dynamics including divorced/blended families, and how values can be the compass that guides you to living a safe AND full life with allergies. Jo a…
 
My guest Jo Frost (also known as Supernanny) and I chat about so many important topics in this 2-part episode, including how to live an empowered life with allergies, navigating various family/parenting dynamics including divorced/blended families, and how values can be the compass that guides you to living a safe AND full life with allergies. Jo a…
 
Navigating the teen and young adult years is hard enough, but managing a food allergy can make it feel even more difficult. This episode offers guidance and tips to help allergic teens, young adults and parents navigate these years. My guest Kortney Kwong Hing and I discuss the following topics: Various common social & life scenarios, tips for spea…
 
This episode explores dealing with fearful thoughts and a variety of emotions when just thinking about epinephrine, or when you actually need to use it. . My guest Fawn McNeil-Haber, PhD and I share strategies and tips to prepare for, actually use, and process the thoughts, feelings and trauma that are often part of the allergic reaction experience…
 
Many people have picky eating habits and may even avoid a number of foods, but when do these food preferences become problematic, especially for those managing food allergy? This episode explores the answers to these questions and the diagnosis of ARFID (avoidant restrictive food intake disorder) which is a diagnosis becoming more well-known in tho…
 
Maybe you're an allergic individual or allergy parent who wants to advocate on a larger scale? Or perhaps you're interested in learning more about what a food allergy consultant or allergy-informed therapist does and how to become one? Gina Mennett Lee, M.Ed. and I discuss food allergy advocacy, consulting and counseling, paying special attention t…
 
In honor of Mother's Day this weekend, I'm reviewing the 2020 Food Allergy Mom Experiences survey results to gain better insight into how moms feel about allergy parenting. Additionally, I'll compare the data from the 2020 Food Allergy Dad Experiences survey (which asked the exact same questions), and explore similarities and differences in their e…
 
It's common to feel nervous or anxious in anticipation of an oral food challenge (OFC). On this episode, fellow allergy-informed therapist Fawn McNeil-Haber, PhD and I will discuss navigating oral food challenge anxiety. We will specifically explore: Tips to encourage readiness for kids, teens, parents and adults Anxiety management strategies to pr…
 
Open communication with your allergist is crucial - it helps them meet you where you're at and in turn, provides you with valuable guidance and information to help navigate life with food allergies. However, not everyone knows how to advocate for their own patient needs or when they should or shouldn't reach out to their allergist with questions. I…
 
In honor of Counseling Awareness Month in April, Season 2 kicks off with an episode focusing on therapy, because after the last 12 months, many could benefit from additional support. This episode will specifically explore: WHY (and when) people might decide to seek out therapy WHO provides counseling services WHAT some common counseling approaches …
 
Thinking traps, or cognitive distortions, tend to lead us into a pattern of increased anxiety, worry, or stress. In this episode, we'll explore food allergy-focused thinking traps, and strategies to challenge and deal with them. (These strategies are easily adaptable to teach children and teens as well). To learn more about thinking traps or locate…
 
This episode focuses on understanding what research tells us about the emotional and social impacts food allergies have on individuals and families, and what upcoming CFAAR studies may further explore. Guests Ruchi Gupta, MD, MPH and Lisa Lombard, Ph.D. from the Center for Food Allergy & Asthma Research (CFAAR) join me on this episode to discuss re…
 
It's normal to be left with a variety of thoughts and feelings after an allergic reaction, which sometimes then leads to changes in behaviors and confidence. On this episode, we will explore and share tips to help move through this normal post-reaction phase. My guest on this episode is psychologist Fawn McNeil-Haber of Brave Minds Psychological Se…
 
Whether you've just learned about, or are considering or currently taking part in food allergy treatments, this episode will offer insights into the emotional aspects of treatments - a focus not always openly explored. My guest on this episode is Marte Matthews, LMFT, a licensed marriage and family therapist in private practice who also works with …
 
We don't always hear from the dads as much as we do from the moms. Therefore, after the results of the Food Allergy Dad Experience Survey were published in Episode 2, I wanted to chat in depth with one of the dads. In this episode, the second in a two-part series, guest Jit Bose and I explore his experiences as the dad of a child with food allergie…
 
We don't always hear from the dads as much as we do from the moms. Therefore, after the results of the Food Allergy Dad Experience Survey were published in Episode 2, I wanted to chat in depth with one of the dads. In this episode, the first in a two-part series, guest Jit Bose and I explore his experiences as the dad of a child with food allergies…
 
Let's be honest - with life feeling more stressful at the moment, we may forget to look for opportunities to laugh. But laughter can be a great coping strategy! This episode will not only remind you to embrace the crazy and find the humor in life, but will likely have you laughing and thinking "Yes, I can totally relate!" In this episode, guest Jen…
 
How do telemedicine allergy appointments really work? In this episode, Dr. Dave Stukus and I chat about telemedicine and in-person appointments during this pandemic. We will explore: What to expect & how to prepare for telemedicine appointments Strategies to help kids engage in telemedicine appointments Reminders to help decrease anxiety for in-per…
 
Vulnerability can make us feel pretty uncomfortable, but does feeling vulnerable mean we're weak? In this episode, we'll explore what vulnerability is and how it relates to managing food allergies. We'll also review 5 steps that can help you move from doubt to confidence when managing allergies. So let's explore vulnerability! Exploring Vulnerabili…
 
Ever wondered how dads feel about parenting a child with a food allergy? In this episode, we'll explore the results from the Food Allergy Dad Experience survey. Learn what dads say is the hardest part about food allergy parenting, how it impacts their relationships, and what advice they'd give to dads just starting their food allergy parenting jour…
 
Join licensed therapist, Tamara Hubbard, as she discusses the inspiration for this podcast and what you can expect from it. Subscribe now to get updates! Learn more about the Exploring Food Allergy Families podcast at www.FoodAllergyFamilies.com To locate an allergy-informed clinical counseling provider in your state, or to access related resources…
 
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