106. The Final Digest
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
5M ago
Hi Navigators! Well, it's been quite a journey together. With many emotions, we are signing off, providing insights and thoughts one last time. "Thank you" will never be enough to express the gratitude, love, joy, and embrace felt by those who listened, those who came on and shared their journey, and those we met in various capacities along the way. We will miss this space immensely, and hope it provided just a little bit of relief, education, vulnerability, and connectiveness along the way. Wishing everyone the support and love they deserve, and a meaningful beginning to the fall season. For ..read more
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105. Christine Peat (she/her), Ph.D., Researcher and Clinician
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
6M ago
Hi Navigators! Welcome to episode 105 with Dr. Christine Peat, an Associate Professor of Psychiatry in the Center of Excellence for Eating Disorders at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she also serves as its Director. She completed her undergraduate training in Psychology at the University of Arizona and earned her Master’s degree and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of North Dakota. Currently, Dr. Peat works as both a researcher and a clinician who focuses on eating pathology across the spectrum, but with a distinct focus on binge-eating disorder. In ad ..read more
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104. Victoria Ying (she/hers), a critically acclaimed artist, visits the podcast to discuss her new YA graphic novel "Hungry Ghost
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
8M ago
Hi Navigators! Victoria Ying, a critically acclaimed author and artist living in Los Angeles, visits the podcast to talk about her new young adult graphic novel, "Hungry Ghost", which features a charactor who has experiencing an eating disorder. Victoria, having her own lived experience, talks about her recovery journey and how it influences the work she does today. From telling her mother about her eating disorder in a public space to learning what it means to have an eating disorder in a white, thin female cishetero space, Victoria shares the ups and downs of her journey. She started her car ..read more
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103. Ronni Robinson (she/hers) – author and recovery coach - talks binge eating, shame, trauma, and the importance of community
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
9M ago
Hi Navigators! Welcome to episode 103, where we talk about shame, trauma, and healing with Ronni Robinson. Ronni joins the podcast with over 14 years of recovery from her eating disorder, and is an author, recovery coach, writer, empty nester, and a menopausal spin instructor. We discuss shame, trauma, and how community is a grounding force as one begins healing. It is her journey through healing that has ignited her passion for helping others find help and hope who are struggling with eating disorders. She recently completed her memoir, “Out of the Pantry”, to share her story and create more ..read more
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101. Courtney Gioia (she/hers), ACE Certified Fitness Professional and Mindset Coach
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
1y ago
Hi Navigators! We’re excited to welcome Courtney Gioia, CEO and founder of Loyobo, to the podcast! Loyobo (meaning Love Your Body), is a virtual wellness community dedicated to helping women ditch diet culture, find joy in movement and to finally figure out how to love their body. Courtney’s own journey with health and struggles around body image and weight loss inspired her to become an ACE Certified Fitness Professional and Mindset Coach. Her mission is to help women use self-love to learn how to trust their bodies and take up space in their lives by living intentionally. This episode explor ..read more
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98. Shira Charpentier (she/her) and Tasha Golding (she/her) discuss different approaches to recovery
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
1y ago
Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis welcome Shira Charpentier and Tasha Golding to the podcast for a meaningful discussion about their lived experience, recovery, treatment, and the different paths that lead us to healing. Shira began her nonprofit, Beyond Rules Recovery, in 2019 as a way to support others who experience eating disorders and are looking for their own healing; and Tasha joined Shira in 2021 after her own recovery. Together they share the same desire to change the outcome of future generations and empower individuals worldwide, and focus on educating individuals about eating di ..read more
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97. Angelo Thomas (he/him), a filmmaker and mental health advocate, discussed his recovery through treatment and art
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
1y ago
Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis are excited to welcome Angelo Thomas to the podcast. Angelo is a filmmaker and mental health advocate, and has directed, produced, and edited two feature films, The Incredible Jake Parker and DeRosa: Life, Love & Art in Transition. Currently, he serves as the Digital & Social Media Director with Mental Health America, where he oversees the organization’s overall voice and messaging across all social media platforms. Previously, Angelo worked with the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) as the Associate Manager of Communications. In this epi ..read more
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The Perfectionism Digest
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
1y ago
Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis take some time to discuss perfectionism, and how it impacted their lives, its intersection with eating disorders, and what the research says about it. Have a topic you'd like to hear in a digest this season? Feel free to contact us at www.navigatingrecoverypodcast.com ..read more
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96. Amanda Campbell (she/hers), fashion designer and advocate, talks finding purpose as a path towards healing from disordered eating
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
1y ago
Hi Navigators! We’re back, and we’re excited to kick off Season Three of Eating Disorders: Navigating Recovery Podcast with Amanda Campbell, lead designer at Sassy Jones, a fashion and lifestyle brand that offers audacious style solutions for statement-making women. Amanda joins the podcast to talk about her lived experience with anorexia nervosa and how finding motivation for healing and body acceptance through sewing and designing – a skill she learned at a young age – helped give her a sense a purpose. In recalling a moment when she made her first pair of pants, Amanda delivers a powerful m ..read more
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Welcome to Season Three!
Eating Disorders | Navigating Recovery
by MHNR Network, LLC
1y ago
Hi Navigators! We're thrilled to be back behind the mics, connecting and sharing with our incredible listeners, with our amazing guests, and with each other. While we introducing a slightly different release schedule, we think this season's slate of guests bring the same insight, passion, vulnerability, and humanism to each conversation. In a new twist, if you have a specific topic you'd like the hosts to discuss during an episode, reach out - we want to hear from you and address topics important to our listeners directly! Thank you for being with us along this journey - we're so happy to be b ..read more
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