Thursday, August 17, 2017

An Interview with Dr. Patricia Leavy about Research Design and Why Knowledge-Building Practices Matter

May 4, 2017 by  
Filed under Art Therapy, Featured

Patricia Leavy, Ph.D. is an independent sociologist and best-selling author. She has published twenty-two books, earning critical and commercial success in both nonfiction and fiction. Her books have been translated into numerous languages. She is also the creator and editor for seven book series with Oxford University Press and Sense Publishers, the co-founder and co-editor-in-chief […]

Please Stop Calling It “Comfort” Food

As an eating disorders therapist, I am so done with hearing the term “comfort food.” I’m not only sick and tired of it, but I’m frustrated and angry that we’re still using this misnomer, if there ever was one, and about how it’s affecting our mental and physical health. As a therapist—mostly on the binge […]

True Grit and “Normal” Eating

When I say “true grit,” I’m not referring to the movie of the same name. I’m talking about a quality that is essential to success which many dysregulated eaters need to cultivate. Although I haven’t read the book, Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance by Angela Duckworth, I did read about it in an […]

Candid interview with Joanna Poppink, MFT, eating disorder recovery psychotherapist

This profile of Joanna Poppink was published as part of Revlon’s “Love is On” 2016 Million Dollar Challenge, which highlighted inspiring change makers around the world and raised money for select charities. written by Jonah Weiss You can describe Joanna Poppink in different ways — therapist, author, naturalist, essayist — but they’re all aspects of […]

My New Book: Helping Patients Outsmart Overeating

My seventh book is out! Helping Patients Outsmart Overeating—Psychological Strategies for Doctors and Health Care Providers is co-authored by Paige O’Mahoney, M.D., CHWC. Don’t be fooled by the title and think that the book is only for health professionals. It has two audiences: healthcare practitioners and patients who want their providers to understand and truly […]

To Say Or Not To Say.. That is The Question?

                                        “Understanding is the first step to acceptance, and only with acceptance can there be recovery.”  Working in the field of addiction and eating disorders, as well as being in eating disorder recovery myself, I have […]

Actress Writer Laura Wilcox Thinks You Are Lovable ‘As Is’

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I am a comedian, which is kind of a broad term. But in my case that means I am a writer and actress. I also do improv, sketch comedy, and some storytelling/stand up at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in both New York and LA. I […]

Exclusive Interview with Porky Pig Voice Actor Bob Bergen

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? Well, I’m a voice actor probably best know as the voice of Porky Pig for WB for the past 25 plus years.  But my career covers all aspects of voiceover, from commercials to cartoons, narration, promo, etc. Can you tell us a bit about any upcoming […]

CBS Radio Host Mike Adam “The Block Button is My Best Friend”

December 7, 2016 by  
Filed under Featured, Guys, Mental Health, Music, Role Models

Please tell us about yourself and what you do? I’m a host for CBS Radio, on 96.5 AMP Radio in Philly Monday through Friday, then on 92.3 AMP Radio in NYC Saturday and Sunday. Clearly, I’m a workaholic, haha. But I love what I do. Aside from radio, I do some web hosting and TV […]

What Are We Really Afraid of in Becoming Fat?

When clients talk about not wanting to be “fat” or become “fat,” I ask them what exactly that means to them. What images do they conjure up, what do those images say about them and the society we live in, and what is having a “fat” body all about for them, whatever their current weight? […]

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