Dear healthcare provider: I am seeking compassionate, inclusive and affirming care. Here are things you can do to support my health and well-being. [READ MORE HERE].
Need help deciphering through those “lifestyle programs”, “wellness plans” (or whatever it’s being called on the day you’re reading this) to know if they’re just a diet in disguise? Here are 8 questions to ask…[READ MORE here]
Which life events can increase the likelihood of developing an eating disorder? [read more here]
Eating disorders have no age limit. Eating disorders aren’t a “young person” or an adolescent/teenager disease. Eating disorders can develop at any point in time and at any age. [Read more here]
Moving beyond self-esteem and towards self-compassion in eating disorder recovery treatment and recovery [READ MORE HERE]
What is it like to work with a non-traditional, non-stereotypical, non-diet, weight inclusive dietitian? [READ MORE HERE].
I think there is this idea/expectation that shortly after a client starts working with a dietitian that they will be on a “meal plan” and their eating will quickly and easily become stabilized….[READ MORE HERE].
A few years ago during my Masters program in exercise physiology, I had a professor once say that they thought it was a good thing for people to feel obligated to engage in exercise…That statement didn’t sit well with me then and it definitely doesn’t sit well with me now [READ MORE HERE].