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Weekly Hope with Kirsten Haglund

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Eating Disorder Hope has announced that Kirsten Haglund, a global eating disorders advocate, Founder of the Kirsten Haglund Foundation and Miss America 2008, is joining the organization as Director of Global Business Development and Digital Media Strategy. She will serve as spokesperson, cultivate and develop partnerships with treatment providers and advocacy groups across the international community and serve as host of a weekly live series on Facebook interviewing experts in the field of eating disorders and mental health.

Weekly Hope with Kirsten Haglund will offer the most honest, refreshing conversation and expert insight, free to our online community, that currently exists in the field. The next episodes will air live on the Eating Disorder Hope Facebook page.

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December 14, 2018
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – It’s the Most “Complicated” Time of the Year… for those in Recovery

Guest – Ashlee Benson, MS, RD, LDN

Ashlee Benson ImageAshlee Benson, MS, RD, LDN is the Clinical Director at the Canopy Cove Eating Disorder Center.

 

 

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December 19, 2018
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – How to Navigate the Holiday Season in Recovery

Guest – Dr. Jennifer Gaudiani

Jennifer GuadiniJennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED is the Founder and Medical Director of the Gaudiani Clinic. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, she completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard, medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, and her internal medicine residency and chief residency at Yale, where she won numerous clinical awards. Dr. Gaudiani became a nationally recognized internist for her work on the medical complications of eating disorders. She has lectured nationally and internationally and is widely published in the scientific literature as well as on blogs. She is a current member of the editorial board of the International Journal of Eating Disorders and the Academy for Eating Disorders Medical Care Standards Committee and is a former board member of iaedp (International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals).


January 4, 2019
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – A Taste of Rainbow: A Recovery Journey

Guest – Dr. Wai Jia Tam

Dr. Wai Jia TamSelected as Forbes Asia 2016’s “30 Under 30” list as a young changemaker, Dr. Wai Jia Tam is the Founder and CEO of Kitesong Global, an international non-profit that helps people set their dreams free. As a humanitarian doctor, inspirational speaker and the author/ illustrator of 4 picture books which raise funds and awareness for those in need, Wai Jia’s passion for helping communities comes from an authentic struggle with depression and anorexia previously. She has a Masters of Public Health from Johns Hopkins University and a Masters of Theology. Learn more at www.kitesong.com.


January 9, 2019
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – Navigate the New Year: Rejecting the Lure of Fad Diets

Guest – Lee Wolfe Blum

Lee Blum PhotoLee Wolfe Blum is a keynote speaker, mental health practitioner in the field of eating disorders and author of Table in the Darkness: A Healing Journey Through an Eating Disorder and the recent Brave is the New Beautiful: Finding the Courage to be the Real You. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and three teenage boys. www.leewolfeblum Twitter: @blumlee Instagram:lblum.


January 16, 2019
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – TBD

Guest – Rae Lynn DeAngelis

Rae Lynn DeAngelis PicRae Lynn DeAngelis is the founder and executive director of Living in Truth Ministries. She’s also an author, speaker, wife, mom, and avid football fan.

Rae Lynn’s greatest passion is to empower women through the promises of God. Her published works include: Living in Truth Day by Day, Nothing but Your Truth Will Help Me, God, and Eyes Wide Open, a 10-week healing program for women struggling with food and body-image.

She and her husband of 33 years live in the Cincinnati tri-state area and enjoy life as empty-nesters. They have been blessed with three adult children and two grand-pups.

To contact Rae Lynn or learn more about Living in Truth Ministries, visit: www.LivingInTruthMinistries.com or email [email protected]


January 17, 2019
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – TBD

Guest – Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LCPC

Camille WilliamsCamille Williams, MA, NCC, LCPC is the Eating Disorder Program Coordinator for Timberline Knolls. She supports the development of curriculum, supervises the eating disorder specialist, and provides group therapy. She also educates and trains all staff on campus and advocates for eating disorder awareness through publications. Camille started at Timberline Knolls as a Behavioral Health Specialist. She then transitioned into the Eating Disorder Specialist (EDS) role. In this position for nearly five years, she developed her skills and competence in working with the eating disorder population. Camille received a Bachelor of Arts degree in both psychology and sociology from Augustana College in Rock Island, IL. She then went on to earn a Master of Arts in Clinical Professional Psychology from Roosevelt University, IL. Camille is a member of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP).


January 23, 2019
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – Yoga and Eating Disorder Recovery

Guest – Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD, RYT-500


January 30, 2019
12:00 pm EST / 9:00 am PST

Topic – Considerations of Inpatient Eating Disorder Care in the Orthodox Jewish Community

Guest – Heather Gilliam and Claire Gish


Past Facebook Live Events

“Help Them Eat Cake” – How to Celebrate Recovery and Cupcakes Like a Pro

Christie Dondero BettwyChristie Dondero Bettwy serves as Executive Director for Rock Recovery, a Washington, DC based nonprofit that combines clinical and community support to help people find freedom from disordered eating and body image issues.


ADHD and Eating Disorders: Working with Adolescents

Dena Cabrera, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and a certified eating disorder specialist at the Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders, where she is serves as the executive clinical director. She has personally treated hundreds of women and teens struggling with eating and body image issues.


Peace with Food, The App: Intuitive Eating Made Simple

Megan Osborne, Ph.D. and Co-Founder of the Peace With Food App® spent thirteen-years maintaining a successful clinical private practice specializing in the treatment of eating disorders with a focus on the healing of Binge Eating Disorder (BED) by experientially guiding clients through the intuitive eating process. Amy Carlson, RD (Registered Dietitian) and Co-Founder of the Peace With Food App® has held a thriving private practice in the Houston, Texas area serving the eating disorder population for nearly two decades.


Jena Morrow, CADC is the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls. She develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home. She is responsible for producing and facilitating various alumnae events, including monthly on-campus gatherings as well as an annual retreat in the Chicago area.


From a Patient to Alumni: RecoverED

Shannon Hershkowitz is the Alumni Recovery Coach at Rosewood Centers for Eating Disorders. Shannon derives satisfaction from helping alumni stay on track with their recovery programs, and she serves as a primary point of contact for those struggling with relapse.


Texas Christian University Students Talk Body-Image and Eating Disorder Prevention on Campus


Childhood Experiences with Food: How to Talk to Kids about Food and Health

Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD-S envisions a world where all health professionals know how to help someone with an eating disorder. She created The Eating Disorder Clinical Pocket Guide and Eating Disorders Boot Camp to advance this vision.


Women and Sexual Addiction

Stefanie Carnes, Ph.D., CSAT-S is the President of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals, a training institute and professional organization for addiction professionals, and a senior fellow for Meadows Behavioral Healthcare where she works with sexually addicted clients and their families.


Gut and ED: The Complicated Relationship

Grace Melrose, R.D. has been a professional in the field of nutrition for over 12 years. Her experience is primarily in the field of eating disorders, autoimmune diseases, research and functional nutrition.


Spirituality in Eating Disorder Recovery

Dr. Michael E. Berrett is CEO, Executive Director and co-founder of Center for Change. He works with those suffering from eating disorders and co-authored or contributed to several books on the topic, including the APA book Spiritual Approaches in the Treatment of Women with Eating Disorders, and Spiritual Renewal: A Journey of Faith and Healing.


“Decoding Diabulimia”

Dawn Lee-Akers, CFO came into her position as Family & Friends Liaison with first-hand knowledge of the frustration and feelings of helplessness that comes when trying to help a loved one struggling with the co-morbidity of diabetes and eating disorder as her daughter battled diabulimia on and of for a decade.


“Disordered Eating vs. Eating Disorder”

Simone Seitz is the Executive Director for Carolina Resource Center for Eating Disorders. Carolina Resource Center for Eating Disorders (CRC for ED) is the only nonprofit in NC supporting individuals, families, and professionals concerned with disordered eating and recovery from eating disorders.


“How to Beat Burnout”

Sarah Hodges is a certified executive well-being coach, speaker, and the founder & CEO of Innerform Inc. Her passion for helping people thrive began after her personal struggle with obesity and depression as a professional musician and opera singer.


“The Risk of Dieting and the Brazilian Perspective on Eating Disorders”

Tamara Chazan is a nutritionist and is currently in the progress of obtaining a Master’s in Psychology. She works with people with eating disorders and obesity in her clinic (Alimentas Ideias Nutritivas) and promotes events and courses in the same area.

Miriam Brunstein, Ph.D. is a Psychiatrist and has her Master’s in Medicine and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry. She works in the ambulatory unit of eating disorders of the Hospital de Clinicas de Porto Alegre.


“Self-Worth and Identity Outside the Eating Disorder”

Camille Williams, MA, NCC, LCPC is the Eating Disorder Program Coordinator, she supports the development of curriculum, supervises the eating disorder specialist, and provides group therapy. She also educates and trains all staff on campus and advocates for eating disorder awareness through publications.


“How Stories and Metaphors Facilitate Eating Disorder Recovery”

Anita Johnston, Ph.D. is a Clinical Psychologist, iaedp Certified Eating Disorder Specialist & Supervisor, and author of Eating in the Light of the Moon: How Women Can Transform Their Relationships with Food Through Myth, Metaphor, and Storytelling, which has been published in six languages.


“#WakeUpWeightWatchers”

Melainie Rogers, MS, RD, CDN, CEDRD is a registered dietitian and Founder of BALANCE Eating Disorder Treatment Center in New York City. BALANCE offers a variety of outpatient programs including a day treatment program, an evening intensive outpatient program, an adolescent program, nutritional counseling, and a men’s group.


“Brave is the New Beautiful”

Lee Wolfe Blum is a keynote speaker, a mental health practitioner in the field of eating disorders and author of Table in the Darkness: A Healing Journey Through an Eating Disorder and the recent Brave is the New Beautiful: Finding the Courage to be the Real You.


“The Complex Web of Addictions”

Mark S. Gold, M.D. serves as Chairman of the Addiction & Psychiatry Scientific Advisory Board and also as the Chairman of the Eating Disorders and Obesity Scientific Advisory Board.


“Healthy At Every Size? Not Just A Slogan. A Doctor’s Take”

Jennifer L. Gaudiani, MD, CEDS, FAED is the Founder and Medical Director of the Gaudiani Clinic. Board Certified in Internal Medicine, she completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard, medical school at Boston University School of Medicine, and her internal medicine residency and chief residency at Yale.


“Interventions: What, Why and Most Importantly, When?”

Jerry L. Law, D. Min., MDAAC, CIP Serves as the Executive Director of Gentle Path at The Meadows and Willow House at The Meadows, residential programs specializing in relationship disorders, sex addiction, substance abuse disorders and co-occurring behavioral health disorders.


“Long-Term Recovery, Relapse, and Navigating Change”

Jena Morrow, CADC is the Alumnae Coordinator at Timberline Knolls. She develops and maintains relationships with former TK residents after they return home.


“Eating Disorders on College Campuses: New Problems, New Solutions”

Eric Wood, Ph.D., L.P.C., is a licensed psychologist and a licensed professional counselor in the state of Texas. He currently serves as the Associate Director of Counseling and Mental Health at Texas Christian University.


“Mindfulness and Practical Application in Eating Disorder Recovery”

Dr. Irene Rovira is a licensed clinical psychologist who currently provides individual, group, and family treatment for eating disorders at The Center for Eating Disorders (CED) at Sheppard Pratt in Baltimore, Maryland.


“A Look Inside the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)”
July 26, 2018

Claire Mysko is the Chief Executive Officer of the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) and an internationally recognized expert on eating disorders, body image, and media literacy.


Overthrow: Stop Believing Lies and Start Proclaiming Truth
July 24, 2018

Jennene Eklund serves on the National Team for Celebrate Recovery (a Christ-centered 12 Step program) as the National Women’s Encourager Coach.


“Depression, Anxiety and Eating Disorders”
July 18, 2018

Dr. Gregory Jantz is the founder of The Center • A Place of HOPE in Edmonds, WA, voted a top ten facility for the treatment of depression in the United States.


“Project HEAL’s Next Chapter: Communities of HEALing”
July 11, 2018

Kristina Saffran is the co-founder and executive director of Project HEAL: Help to Eat, Accept and Live: the largest grassroots eating disorder non-profit in the US.


“Finding Balance in Recovery”
– June 27, 2018

Constance Rhodes is the founder and CEO of FINDINGbalance, a faith-based nonprofit serving women with eating and body image issues with resources and support.


“PTSD and Eating Disorder Recovery”
– June 20, 2018

Genie Burnett, Psy.D specializes in the treatment of children, adolescents, and adults suffering from eating disorders.


“Discovering You in Your Desire”
– June 13, 2018

Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD-S is the owner of Congruence Consulting and EatingDisorderJobs.com.


“Discovering You in Your Desire”
– June 6, 2018

Margaret Nagib, PsyD is Faculty Lead at Timberline Knolls Clinical Development Institute.


“Eating Disorders and Self-hatred; Is Self-love Really the Answer?”
– May 20, 2018

Travis Stewart, LPC, NCC is the Director of Business Development and Marketing at McCallum Place Eating Disorder Centers.


“Living True to Our Values in Eating Disorder Recovery”
April 19, 2018


“Holiday Anxiety & Tools for Coping”
Decembr 13, 2017


“Discovering Emotional Presence During the Holiday Season”
November 21, 2017


“Faith & Eating Disorder Recovery: Walking Our Talk”
November 1, 2017


“Eating Disorder Recovery: Grace and Dignity on the Winding Road”
October 11, 2017

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