The Dr. Carolyn Coker Ross Show
Put an end to binge eating, food addiction and emotional eating. You can make peace with food and your body and have the energy and vitality you want!
In today’s episode, I will be discussing: A new way for you to manage your relationship with food and your body in the New Year What you’ll learn listening to this episode: 1. What is intuitive eating 2. What the $60 billion dollar weight loss industry won’t tell you 3. What is reward deficiency syndrome and what does it have to do with food cravings. Self-reflection Moment: I invite you to
In today’s episode Dr. Carolyn will be discussing how to end stress eating. Stress can be difficult to define because it has so many causes and is different for different people. But you know what stress feels like, and you also have probably experienced how stress can wear you down—physically, emotionally, and spiritually. The bottom line is – we all react to stress differently. Your perceptions and reactions to different situations are what
In today’s episode with Dr. Robert Olivardia, we’ll talk about the growing number of studies that show an increase in men with eating disorders. Dr. Roberto Olivardia is a Clinical Psychologist, Lecturer in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and Clinical Associate at McLean Hospital.He maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Lexington, MA, where he specializes in the treatment of eating disorders and body image issues in boys and
In today’s episode, Dr. Armstrong discusses the role of the psyche in our lives, Microaggressions & Strong Black Woman Syndrome. Dr. Tonya D. Armstrong, Ph.D., M.T.S., a native of Durham, North Carolina. She a licensed psychologist and the founder and CEO of The Armstrong Center for Hope (www.armstrongcfh.com), a private group practice of multi-disciplinary mental health professionals cultivating psychological and spiritual wellness for all ages at their Durham and Raleigh locations. Dr. Armstrong
Carolyn Coker Ross and guest Michelle Lelwica, ThD explore the spiritual dimensions of eating and body image problems, including the ways women’s relentless pursuit of thinness serve what has historically been a religious function insofar as this quest provides a sense of meaning, even though it fails to deliver the “salvation” it promises. Join this insightful discussion with Michelle as she explains the religion of thinness and how the American culture has recycled and