Who doesn’t love a good podcast? David Wiss has been very fortunate to be invited as a guest on many podcasts over the years! Many people have told him that they have listened to various shows and then reached out to begin a discussion. Podcasts are a great way to meet new colleagues and make new friends! Therefore, these three podcasts are all very rewarding.
The first podcast is probably the most potent. This was a very intelligent and well-organized conversation with Elizabeth Irias LMFT from Clearly Clinical. This site provides continuing education units to mental health professionals.
This second one is with Erin Kenney MS RDN from Nutrition Rewired who is a rising star in the dietitian field! In this episode they discuss the link between early life adversity and disordered eating over the lifespan, as well as some other hot topics such as sugar addiction and gut health!
This next podcast is with Smitty who is a personal trainer and health coach specializing in working with people in recovery. Smitty is the founder of Navigate Health & Fitness. In this episode they cover various topics related to the role of nutrition and exercise in mental health and substance use disorder recovery. The best part is when they talk about body image, particularly as it relates to men.
This final podcast is a real delight! Tanya Stricek is a health coach who specializes in nutrition and eating behavior. In this episode Tanya shared her personal journey and David interjects with some science and diagnostic considerations to accompany her case study. This conversation is seamless and Tanya summarizes key points on the podcast link below.Read more
What are some of the gender-specific risk factors for men in developing eating disorders? What does the data say about differences between women and men with eating disorders? Do treatment needs vary? What about non-binary individuals? How does body image differ across the gender spectrum? What is muscle dysmorphia? Should men with eating disorders seek gender-specific treatment? Should we expect more men to seek eating disorder treatment in upcoming years? What are your thoughts on men and eating disorders?Read more