Category: Interview

EDH Weekly Hope – Jena Margis – Pregnancy & Motherhood in ED Recovery – Part 1

Woman dealing with Pregnancy in ED Recovery Weekly Hope is a Facebook Live interview series with Kirsten Haglund. It airs on Wednesdays on the Eating Disorder Hope Facebook Page. The interviews with our guests cover a wide array of various topics that relate to eating disorders and mental health. The guests include leading doctors, clinicians, experts, advocates, and people with their own [...]
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Weekly Hope – Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LPC – Depression and Eating Disorders – Part 4

Lady dealing with an eating disorder and depression Kirsten Haglund and Camille Williams complete their discussion on Medication-Assisted Treatments, Depression and Eating Disorders. Kirsten: I’d like to take this moment to include one of our viewer’s question. Angela says that she got her tonsils removed 14 days ago and hasn’t had any solid food since then as per the doctor’s recommendation. As of [...]
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Weekly Hope – Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LPC – Depression and Eating Disorders – Part 3

Doctor filling out form for medication-assisted treatments for depression Kirsten Haglund and Camille Williams continue their discussion on Medication-Assisted Treatments, Depression and Eating Disorders. Kirsten: A lot of people suffer from depression and eating disorders, and hide it so well that most people around them can’t even tell. So what are some of the signs and symptoms that could help the loved ones or [...]
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Weekly Hope – Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LPC – Depression and Eating Disorders – Part 2

Depressed young woman thinking about Genetics and Depression Kirsten Haglund and Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LPC continue their discussion on genetics and depression in eating disorders and co-morbidity. Kirsten: When it comes to the young population group, adolescents and college students are experiencing the highest rates of anxiety, depression, and suicide. What do you think is driving this recent trend? Do you think [...]
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Weekly Hope – Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LPC – Depression and Eating Disorders – Part 1

Woman Dealing with Depression and Eating Disorders Weekly Hope with Kirsten Haglund is a Facebook Live interview series, airing each Wednesday on Eating Disorder Hope’s Facebook Page at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time.  Guests discuss a wide range of different topics encompassing the field of eating disorders and mental health and include leading doctors, clinicians, experts, advocates, and people with their own recovery [...]
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Eating Disorders are Color Blind: Listening, Correcting Imbalances, and Offering Hope – Part V

Group of People discussing cultural differences in mental health treatment This is Part 5  of this 5-part series where Chief Executive Officer of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), Claire Mysko, MA is speaking with Dr. Mazella Fuller and Karla Mosley on their individual experiences as African-American women in the eating disorder community and cultural differences in mental health treatment. Claire: I also want to [...]
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Eating Disorders are Color Blind: Listening, Correcting Imbalances, and Offering Hope – Part IV

Image of lady in a forest for Karla Mosley blog This is Part 4 of this 5-part series where Chief Executive Officer of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), Claire Mysko, MA is speaking with Dr. Mazella Fuller and Karla Mosley on their individual experiences as African-American women in the eating disorder community and about Karla’s personal experiences as an actress. Claire: Karla, you have [...]
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Eating Disorders are Color Blind: Listening, Correcting Imbalances, and Offering Hope – Part III

Book and glasses for Research in Diverse Populations This is Part 3 of this 5-part series where Chief Executive Officer of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), Claire Mysko, MA is speaking with Dr. Mazella Fuller and Karla Mosley on their individual experiences as African-American women in the eating disorder community and about how to fill gaps in advocacy & research in diverse [...]
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Eating Disorders are Color Blind: Listening, Correcting Imbalances, and Offering Hope – Part II

Lady sitting on bench dealing with microaggressions This is Part 2 of this 5-part series where Chief Executive Officer of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), Claire Mysko, is speaking with Dr. Mazella Fuller and Karla Mosley on their individual experiences as African-American women in the eating disorder community and about microaggressions. Claire: Dr. Fuller, you mentioned that, when you got into this [...]
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Eating Disorders are Color Blind: Listening, Correcting Imbalances, and Offering Hope – Part I

African American Woman thinking how Eating Disorders are Color Blind This is Part 1 of this 5-part series where Chief Executive Officer of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA), Claire Mysko, is speaking with Dr. Mazella Fuller and Karla Mosley on their individual experiences as African-American women in the eating disorder community and how Eating Disorders are Color Blind. Claire: I am looking forward to an engaging [...]
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