Dr. Judith Brisman will be featured on MINDBODYRADIO talking with Chris Sawyer at 10 am about What Goes Wrong When we Want to Eat Right!
Each week Kaila Prins meets with the experts in fitness, nutrition, health at every size, eating disorder recovery, addiction, and more to chart the path toward self-esteem and body positivity. In this episode of her “Finding Our Hunger” podcast, she talks with Dr. Judith Brisman, discussing the following and so much more!
- Why your #DiscoveryNotRecovery is like a kaleidoscope
- How orthorexia becomes a way to stop listening to your body
- The importance of “not-knowing” in #recovery
- Why we don’t see images of “real eating” in the media
Today, Dr. Judith Brisman joins Kathy Cortese LCSW to talk about parents and eating disorders. Specifically, they review 3 different cases, and Dr. Brisman offers her advice for parents in these situations.
Parents and friends—Dr. Brisman, author of Surviving an Eating Disorder: Strategies for Family and Friends, will discuss how you can best set the stage for recovery when someone you love is in trouble with food. What can you say, what should you do if you are worried? Dr. Brisman will discuss what works, what doesn’t… and why.
Dr. Judith Brisman and Laura Collins Lyster-Mensh, MS will discuss the role of parents in the treatment of eating disorders. Parental involvement is always needed but not everyone agrees as to what that involvement should look like and how it can fit into the work of a treatment team? Please join us for an interesting discussion about what works with parents, what doesn’t… and why.