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Food Psych #41: Eating with Joy - Recovery From Anorexia & Binge Eating with Joy Jacobs

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In our season finale, Christy talks with psychologist Joy Jacobs about her history of anorexia and binge eating, the role of readiness and meal planning in her recovery, the science of eating disorders, and lots more! 

Dr. Joy Jacobs is a clinical psychologist, assistant clinical professor at UCSD School of Medicine, and published author who provides individual, family and group therapy for adults, adolescents, and children with eating disorders (including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder) and weight management concerns. She has trained in multiple treatment modalities, including Maudsley family-based therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and interpersonal psychotherapy. Dr. Jacobs is one of the few officially certified providers of Maudsley family-based treatment nationwide and internationally. Find her online at DrJoyJacobs.com.

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Food Psych #39: Anorexia Recovery Through Food Writing with Jessie Oleson Moore of Cake Spy

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Jessie Oleson Moore, creator of the illustrated dessert blog Cake Spy, discusses her struggle with anorexia and how writing about food has helped set her on the road to recovery.

A writer, illustrator, and baker, Jessie was born and raised on the Jersey Shore. She honed her artistic skills at the prestigious Pratt Institute in Brooklyn. After living in New York for many years, she ventured west to Seattle, where she worked at a refrigerator magnet company. She quit her magnetic job to found CakeSpy.com.

Since 2007, she has made an illustrious but modest living from the site, as well as through various illustration and writing projects. She has written two books, CakeSpy Presents Sweet Treats for a Sugar-Filled Life (2011) and The Secret Lives of Baked Goods: Sweet Stories & Recipes for America's Favorite Desserts (2013).

She has also made a number of TV appearances and has recently been enjoying success as a teacher of children's baking classes. Find her at cakespy.com

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Food Psych #37: Relationships in Eating Disorder Recovery with Katie Dalebout

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Fellow podcaster Katie Dalebout of The Wellness Wonderland returns to interview Christy about navigating relationships after recovery from an eating disorder, avoiding the pitfalls of codependency, and lots more!

In her previous appearance on Food Psych, Katie discussed her own journey to true wellness. As a speaker, holistic lifecoach, author and blogger she loves writing and speaking about holistic wellness, personal development, and spirituality on her blog, her weekly podcast WWRadio, and in her daily life to basically anyone who will listen. She works with women who believe their happiness is dependent on their physical body, relationship status, or career, and helps them realize that the external trappings of success are just a byproduct of their internal state. She helps women develop a positive relationship with food and their body image by embracing a spiritual connection of their own understanding.

Find Katie on her podcast and blog, The Wellness Wonderland, or connect with her on InstagramFacebookTwitter, and YouTube.

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Food Psych #36: How to Stop Binge Eating with Isabel Foxen Duke

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In this episode we talk with health coach Isabel Foxen Duke about emotional eating, weight bias, the Health At Every Size movement, her own eating disorder recovery, and lots more!

Isabel Foxen Duke graduated from Tufts University with a BA in sociology (a discipline which has informed her coaching substantially), and received her certification in health coaching from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She spent several years of her young adult life studying various spiritual practices, including but not limited to Zen Meditation at Ryukoku University in Japan, and Transpersonal Psychology in Bali, Indonesia. She is also the editor of Mirror Mirror: Reflections on the Way We Look, an exploratory anthology of body-image-related prose.

Isabel is really into body positive photography and pleasure as a spiritual practice, and has very strong opinions about why most people are getting the “emotional eating” conversation backwards. Sign up for her free video training series, Stop Fighting Food, to learn more about her approach.

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Resources Mentioned

For more on the books/ideas discussed in the episode, check out the following links:

Health At Every Size 

Linda Bacon, PhD. 

Geneen Roth

Sierra Tucson recovery programs

Intuitive Eating

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Food Psych #35: Get a Better Body Image with Michelle Fetsch

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In this episode we talk with Michelle Fetsch, the founder of Women Enough, an organization that works with women to improve their body image. Michelle shares how she developed an eating disorder at an early age, why she finally reached a breaking point with her negative body image, how her relationship to food has improved, and lots more. 

A teen runaway at 15, turned corporate America girl at age 19, and later founder of the first and annually largest TEDxWomen event on the planet- her superpower is believing in, standing for and creating space for all women to rise.

She combines her superpowers of believing and achieving in a way that gives women permission to take on their dreams. Her intuitive expertise in branding combined with her relentless promotion skills support women in having successful, supported and celebrated launches. Find her at womenenough.com and on Twitter @Women_Enough

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