Diet Culture in Schools with Gwen Kostal
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by Fiona Sutherland
6M ago
Help! My kid has been sent home with a serve of diet culture! If you recognise this, either as a parent, or as a health professional, you'll love this episode with Gwen Kostal from Dietitians 4 Teachers. Educators, we love you! And we would love to work with you to make our schools and education settings a safer place for more kids.   In this episode, Gwen shares her career trajectory, the intention behind D4T; Dietitians 4 Teachers, how no educator intends to cause harm, what we can offer teachers as we begin to work shoulder-to-shoulder, questions dietitians can reflect on when wanting ..read more
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Responsive Feeding & Reflective Practice with Grace Wong
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Grace Wong on inclusive, flexible feeding modalities and how we can bring a more reflective spirit to our work. In this episode, Grace discusses the ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) umbrella diagnosis and its shortcomings, Responsive Feeding Therapy (RFT); how it was developed. who was part of its curation and its rationale, what each of the 5 interrelated values offers, why moving away from manualised approaches can help more people and how dietitians can use their supervision space well.   In conclusion, Fi and Grace each share how they both engage in their own reflecti ..read more
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Affirming Neurodivergence with Naureen Hunani
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Naureen Hunani on how the diversity of the human brain, and shifting from shame, to affirmation.   In this episode, Naureen discusses Neurodiversity, Neurodivergence and The Neurodiversity Movement/Paradigm and how they differ from each other, how generalising and stereotypes are unhelpful, why we need to consider all underlying challenges for neurodivergent people when it comes to food, eating and their body, the power of social media and expertise by lived experience for the neurodivergent community, what screening can look like and how dominate autonomic responses can show up for neuro ..read more
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Disrupting Transgenerational Disconnection with Sumner Brooks
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Supporting today's young people to stay connected with food, eating and their body by building parental confidence.   Links from the episode: How To Raise an Intuitive Eater; Raising the next Generation with Food and Body Confidence EDRDPRO   About Sumner: SUMNER BROOKS, MPH, RDN, LD, CEDRD is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and certified eating disorder specialist (CEDRD) based in Portland, Oregon who has been working with clients on all levels of the disordered eating spectrum for 15 years. Sumner is a mom and has put her knowledge, intuition and parenting skills of ..read more
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1980‘s Diet Culture Horror Meets Raising Body Positive Teens with Signe Darpinian
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Signe Darpinian on life in the diet culture horror of the 1980's and supporting parents to raise teens who feel good in their bodies.   In this episode, Signe Darpinian shares how her sequence of co-authored books came to be, her experienced collaborating with Wendy Stirling and Dr Shelley Aggarwal and  beauty of bringing all your experiences to the table, the diet culture horror film that was the 1980’s and the challenges for Gen X parents raising teens, how witnessing has impact, the benefits of boundaries and finding your starting place and Singe’s share the collective hope for pa ..read more
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Gentle Nutrition with Rachael Hartley
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
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Body Belonging with Virgie Tovar
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Virgie Tovar on how we lose our sense of body belonging, then how we can make our way back.   In this episode, Virgie shares what fat phobia and diet culture is and how they are linked, the many ways healthcare professionals can bring themselves and others closer to body justice, how people lose belonging of their bodies, the first thing we need to do in the unravelling of fat phobia and diet culture and meaningful lessons from her own journey back to her body.   As mentioned in the podcast: Fatphobia and Diet Culture With Virgie Tovar‬ on The Laverne Cox Show Study about restrict ..read more
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Dismantling Anti-Fat Bias in Healthcare with Dr Natasha Larmie
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Dr Natasha Larmie (aka "The Fat Doctor") on getting serious about the harms of anti-fat bias in healthcare.   In this episode, Natasha shares her arrival onto the Instagram scene, what the weight stigma research shows, the difference between implicit and explicit biases and how they impact clients and patients, what’s really happening when a doctor prescribes ‘weight loss’, the makings of the ‘Healthcare Professionals Against Weight Stigma Group’ and how you can begin to contribute to the collective dismantling of weight stigma.   As mentioned in the podcast: Impact of weight bias a ..read more
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Barriers to HAES in Dietetic Practice With Rachel Larkey
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Rachel Larkey on her recent research investigating barriers to HAES(R)-aligned Dietetic practice.   In this episode, Rachel shares how her thesis evolved into a research paper recently published in journal of critical dietetics, she shares the three key barriers identified by dietitians when introducing IE and HAES approaches with clients in the community setting and how they showed up, how autonomy can help facilitate the use of IE and HAES in community practice and other ways forward for dietitians working in this space.   As mentioned in the podcast & additional links suggeste ..read more
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Plate by Plate to Recovery with Wendy Sterling
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by Fiona Sutherland
1y ago
Wendy Sterling on using the practical Plate by Plate Approach to support people in healing from an Eating Disorder.   In this episode, Wendy steps us through her career as an Eating Disorder Dietitian and she shares more about historical exclusion of dietitians from the Family-Based Treatment (FBT) model, how the plate-by-plate aims to support FBT and empower parents, practical ways the plate-by-plate approach can be introduced (along with some real talk here!)  and how we can move forward and past any difficulties that may arise. We also hear what the plate model aims to do, why it ..read more
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