Stop self-sabotage and end binge eating (Podcast with Dr. Julie T. Anné)
Working on mindset and developing the ability to intuitively eat are so important for cultivating a healthy relationship with food. But research suggests they are only 50% of the puzzle for people who have deeper issues underlying their eating struggles. If you are one of these people, resolving these issues can help you completely heal your relationship with food and end binge eating for good.
In this goosebump-giving interview world-leading eating disorders and trauma expert, Dr. Julie T. Anné and I discuss:
- That a FULL recovery from disordered eating is possible.
- The difference between emotional eating, binging, & just poor eating habits.
- The underlying psychological reasons why we binge.
- How to identify if you’ll benefit from doing “deeper work”.
- The three pillars of psychological wellness that protect against binge eating:
– A loving relationship with yourself.
– A healthy relationship with your emotions, &
– Safe supportive personal relationships.
- What creates a positive emotional foundation.
- How childhood experiences and trauma affect your emotional foundation.
- “Reworking history” and developing a new emotional foundation.
- How changing yourself creates intergenerational
- Practical steps you can take to start working on deeper issues.
- What therapy looks like and how to find someone to support you.
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Links from Podcast:
- Weight Management Psychology Team (Skype sessions available all over Australia)
- A New Beginning – Arizona’s Premier Eating Disorder Treatment Clinic
- The Healthy Weigh Out – Revolutionary Emotional and Binge Eating Program
- Psychology of Eating, Movement, Weight, & Body Image Facebook Support Group
- Dr. Julie & Dr. Ashley’s YouTube Channel
- Our mutual friend Taryn Brumfitt
- Dr Julie on Instagram & Facebook
- Dr Ashley on Instagram
- Feelings, Wants, & Needs List (from free resources section of our website)
Where to find a psychologist to help you do this work.
A New Beginning (Arizona)
International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP)
BEDA has since become the National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA)
Academy for Eating Disorders (AED)
Weight Management Psychology Team (Brisbane clinic & Skype sessions Australia-wide)
Australian Psychological Society Find a Psychologist Service
About Dr Julie T Anne and her background. [06:50]
Dr Julie’s approach. [11:15]
Why Dr Julie believes in full recovery from eating disorders. [13:36]
The research supporting Dr Julie’s beliefs on full recovery from eating disorders. [15:27]
Why having hope that a full recovery is possible is so important. [16:15]
Dr Julie explains the definition of emotional eating and binge eating and how they differ from poor eating habits [18:00]
The psychological reasons why people binge eat. [26:30]
Developing the three pillars of psychological health that help protect against things like binge eating disorder. [27:30]
What creates a healthy emotional foundation in anyone. [30:35]
On Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and its. [36:54]
On “reworking history” and developing a new psychological template. [39:22]
On Dr Julie’s goal for every client being that they become who they were meant to be before anything negative happened to them. [42:09]
How Dr Julie helps people identify if this deeper work is going to be of benefit to them. [42:45]
How trauma affects our relationship with our body Self and our emotional Self. [45:18]
Why investing in improving your psychological template can have a multi-generational effect. [53:30]
Practical action steps you can take to start to work on the deeper issues that result in binge and emotional eating. [1:00:09]
Why things from the past can sometimes continue to affect us in the present. [1:07:55]
Why Dr Julie couldn’t do the type of work she does if there wasn’t the possibility of being able to help people fully recover from eating disorders. [1:010:29]
What Dr Julie recommends to do if you are trying to connect how you feel and you feel anxious. [1:014:25]
What seeing a therapist will look like. [1:16:15]
Where to find a therapist who will do this work with you. [1:24:15]
Summing up with Dr Julie. [1:33:07]