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#100: Recovery at Any Age with Betsy Brenner

The Eating Disorder Trap Podcast

Release Date: 06/27/2022

#155: Trauma and Neurodivergence with Celisa Flores show art #155: Trauma and Neurodivergence with Celisa Flores

The Eating Disorder Trap Podcast

Celisa Flores, PsyD has worked as a therapist, program director, harm reductionist and clinical outreach professional in a wide variety of mental health and substance use disorder treatment setting since obtaining a Master’s in 2007 and Doctorate in 2013 in Clinical Psychology.  She is now the director of clinical outreach at Lido Wellness Center, a trauma-focused mental health treatment program in Newport Beach. With additional training as a trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation facilitator, as well as birth and end-of-life doula, she has been able to draw from a variety of modalities...

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#154: Brain over Binge with Kathryn Hansen show art #154: Brain over Binge with Kathryn Hansen

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Kathryn Hansen recovered from bulimia in 2005; and since then, she has been dedicated to educating and empowering women and men who struggle with all forms of binge eating.  She is the author of Brain over Binge (2011, 2022), the Brain over Binge Recovery Guide (2016), and the host of the Brain over Binge Podcast. We discuss topics including: Kathryn’s story of “Brain over Binge” The two basic parts of the brain What happens when we diet  Recognizing that starvation can lead to a binge Steps to work on when the urge to binge happens Incorporating adequate eating ...

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#153: Pillars of Living with Krystyl Wright show art #153: Pillars of Living with Krystyl Wright

The Eating Disorder Trap Podcast

Krystyl Wright, LCSW is a co-founder of LOT XI, a community conscious wellness brand based in Compton, CA.  LOT XI creates body and home self-care goods sourced locally and crafted by hand. They also organize immersive wellness experiences for corporate initiatives and community spaces. With her background as a practicing clinical psychotherapist, Krystyl incorporates sensory perception and organic ingredients to provide practical healing tools in each product. We discuss topics including: Sensory is a practical tool for healing Krystal’s favorite pillars of living Clarity ...

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#152: Flexibility with Nutrition with Kacy Grossman show art #152: Flexibility with Nutrition with Kacy Grossman

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Kacy is Director of Nutrition and Wellness, Outpatient, for Center for Discovery where she has developed the outpatient dietary program that has been implemented in over 28 facilities nationwide and has been part of the development and implementation of a diagnostic specific Binge Eating Disorder treatment program at Discovery.  Kacy’s work is a belief in an inclusive not exclusive approach to food and evidence based practices. Kacy is a Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian Supervisor, has served on the executive committee for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Behavioral...

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#151: Fitness For All Bodies with Brad Bose show art #151: Fitness For All Bodies with Brad Bose

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Brad is the owner of XChange.fit, a private training gym in Los Angeles. He is best known for training Hollywood celebrities, as well as professional athletes. Brad lectures at many of the fitness based expos and talks as a motivational speaker. He uses a “body-mind” approach to his training. We discuss topics including: The reason that movement may not be fun The “what” and “where” do these different movements do with your organisms? What is the 80/20 principle? Recognizing that “pain” is a negative enforcement What is “DOMS”   SHOW NOTES: ...

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#150: The Basic Medical Assessment with Dr. Linda Schack (part 2) show art #150: The Basic Medical Assessment with Dr. Linda Schack (part 2)

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Dr. Schack has been treating teenagers and young adults with eating disorders for more than 20 years. She is one of only a handful of adolescent medicine specialists in the country who sees teens and young adults exclusively in private practice.  Dr. Schack has supervised the care of patients with eating disorders in outpatient, residential, and hospital settings. She has been an invited speaker at regional, national, and international eating disorders conferences as well as at local teaching hospitals. Dr. Schack is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics Subboard of Adolescent...

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#149: The Basic Medical Assessment with Dr. Linda Schack (part 1) show art #149: The Basic Medical Assessment with Dr. Linda Schack (part 1)

The Eating Disorder Trap Podcast

Dr. Schack has been treating teenagers and young adults with eating disorders for more than 20 years. She is one of only a handful of adolescent medicine specialists in the country who sees teens and young adults exclusively in private practice.  Dr. Schack has supervised the care of patients with eating disorders in outpatient, residential, and hospital settings. She has been an invited speaker at regional, national, and international eating disorders conferences as well as at local teaching hospitals. Dr. Schack is certified by the American Board of Pediatrics Subboard of Adolescent...

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#148: The Role of an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach with Shelbye Schlange show art #148: The Role of an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach with Shelbye Schlange

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Shelbye is a Carolyn Costin Certified Eating Disorder Coach working with clients both locally in Los Angeles and virtually across the world. She struggled with an eating disorder for years and finally took her life back in 2016.  Through her own recovery, she realized how crucially important support and connection are. She has worked to become a full time coach helping adolescents to find their voice again. Trust and connection are two things that she values most in her work. While recovery can be very emotional and serious, Shelbye tries to keep it light and remind clients how amazing...

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#147: Understanding Blood Sugar with Dr. Ed Tyson show art #147: Understanding Blood Sugar with Dr. Ed Tyson

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Dr. Ed Tyson is the primary owner of the Medical Center for Eating Disorders in Houston. He also does the medical care for the CFD residential treatment center also with his PA, Jennifer Nagel. He wrote the chapter on medical complications in Treatment of Eating Disorders: Bridging the Research-Practice Gap, and is a co-author of both the medical guide for the Academy for Eating Disorders (AED) and the chapter “What Doctors, Dietitians, and Nutritionists Need to Know” in Trauma-Informed Approaches to Eating Disorders. Teaching about and advocating for eating disorders is a passion of his,...

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#146: Being a Journalist in the World of Diet Culture with Carrie Dennett show art #146: Being a Journalist in the World of Diet Culture with Carrie Dennett

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Carrie Dennett is a Pacific Northwest-based nutrition therapist, certified Intuitive Eating counselor, journalist, author and speaker.  She writes a weekly nutrition column for The Seattle Times and contributes regularly to Today’s Dietitian magazine. Carrie is the author of Healthy For (Your) Life: A Non-Diet Approach to Optimal Well-being, which blends intuitive and mindful eating with a non-diet approach, current nutrition science, and a lot of nutrition myth-busting.  She also brings these principles to her virtual private practice, where she helps women who are struggling with...

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Betsy Brenner is a long time tennis coach, and retired hospital attorney. Betsy’s inspiring message is that it is never too late to a work in progress. Betsy is an eating disorder recovery speaker, advocate and peer support mentor. She is the author of the book “The Longest Match: Rallying to Defeat and Eating Disorder in Midlife”.

We discuss topics including:

  • Being diagnosed with an eating disorder in her 40’s
  • Recovery being a choice and it wasn’t her fault for developing an eating disorder
  • What triggered an eating disorder in midlife?
  • It’s never too late to work on past trauma

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