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Veganism and Orthorexia on the Diversify Podcast

In this episode of Diversify Podcast, I speak to the hosts Holly and Kate about  – my experience of an eating disorder and recovery – what is orthorexia? – veganism and how to transition sustainably during recovery – what’s the first thing to do if you notice that you’re struggling – why you’re deserving to […]

In this episode of Diversify Podcast, I speak to the hosts Holly and Kate about  – my experience of an eating disorder and recovery – what is orthorexia? – veganism and how to transition sustainably during recovery – what’s the first thing to do if you notice that you’re struggling – why you’re deserving to […]

In this episode, I speak to Olivia Hernandez a singer, artist and life coach who guides others to enjoy the ride of weirdness and healing that comes from Speaking Your TRUTH, by taking Bold action, embracing the beautiful journey of healing and embodying the Badass within. I’m so excited to share this episode with you […]

Christmas time can seem overwhelming when you are in recovery or recovered from an eating disorder. If you’re already starting to worry that “OMG it’s Christmas soon. All that food and the family meet-ups! I won’t be able to cope” then the ‘coping with an eating disorder at Christmas’ mini-series on the Just Eat Normally […]

Thanks to Cassie & Ari for having me on the Nourishing Thoughts Podcast. In this episode I share my experience with orthorexia and bulimia, before we go into detail on the signs and symptoms of bulimia and treatment. If you want to know more about how integrative techniques such as Neuro-linguistic Programming and Hypnotherapy can […]

Trigger warning: this episode mentions suicide. In this episode, I speak to Sheridan Leatherberry, a Master certified self-love and confidence coach who helps women to get out of their own heads, take action and get results in their life. We discuss: – How find balance with movement and not burn out – Finding your “why” […]

Bite-sized episode for those of you who have recognised how much an eating disorder, or difficulties with food/exercise/body image are impacting your life, but you’re feeling too busy and don’t have time for weekly therapy sessions. Please remember that this podcast shares opinions and information, it isn’t for the diagnosis or treatment of an eating […]

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The link between eating disorders and PCOS

People with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome have an increased risk of developing an eating disorder and so being informed about the prevalence, symptoms and what to do if you think you or someone you love has an eating disorder is so important.  In this episode of The PCOS Collective, I discuss the signs and symptoms of […]

People with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome have an increased risk of developing an eating disorder and so being informed about the prevalence, symptoms and what to do if you think you or someone you love has an eating disorder is so important.  In this episode of The PCOS Collective, I discuss the signs and symptoms of […]

Sophia Purcell has suffered with anorexia nervosa since her late teens, but wasn’t officially diagnosed until the summer of 2017, more than a decade into the eating disorder. She also has a mild form of Cerebral Palsy, a congenital condition that affects movement, coordination, balance and muscle strength, flexibility and tone. At present, there’s not […]

I’m honoured to have given an expert comment in this article by Imogen Brighty-Potts for GLAMOUR exploring her experience of public swimming and body appreciation. What are the positive implications of swimming for mental health? Swimming can be great for mental health since exercise is associated with the release of endorphins and feel good hormones, which have a […]

In this bite-sized episode Dr Rachel Evans answers a listeners question about closing the gap between knowing what to do for eating disorder recovery and then actually following through and doing it, with the example of eating regularly.  We start with a very brief overview of health behaviour change research and the knowledge-behaviour gap, which […]

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Join psychologist Dr Rachel Evans (PhD) as she talks to fellow experts in eating disorder recovery and ED survivors with inspiring stories. This podcast is intended to help those recovering to shift their mindset, develop new skills and find their own version of normal eating.

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Ep 31: CHAKRAS, CRYSTALS AND RITUALS IN EATING DISORDER RECOVERY WITH OLIVIA HERNANDEZ

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