It’s hard to believe but even some of the fittest and seemingly healthy people have an eating disorder. Dr. Partha Nandi explores the signs of symptoms of this debilitating condition and talks with some athletes who say no one ever knew they had an eating disorder. And we hear important information from Dr. Gail Hall who talks about orthorexia, an eating disorder where people refuse to eat anything but clean, whole food.
Dr. Dara is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Rapid Resolution Therapist, Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Author who appears on numerous media outlets as a featured expert on mental health, peak performance, and accelerated healing. Other specialties include: athletic performance, trauma, eating disorders, relationships and weight loss. Dr. Dara is committed to getting you unstuck with quick and effective shifts that tap into your inner champion to win the game of life. Learn more at DrDara.com
Gail has been a therapist treating eating disorders since 1986: first in a large outpatient clinic; then as the Director of the Eating Disorders Program at Forest View Hospital. In 1998 she founded Comprehensive Treatment for Eating Disorders. CTED is a group of therapists and dietitians providing high quality treatment in an intimate, personalized setting. Gail has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Western Michigan University; a Diplomate in Clinical Social Work from NASW; and is a Certified Eating Disorders Specialist and Approved Supervisor through the International Association of Eating Disorders Professionals. She has been affiliated with the National Eating Disorders Association since early in her career, and am passionate about the idea of raising awareness and increasing prevention efforts for eating disorders. In 2011 Gail founded the Michigan Eating Disorders Alliance, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to that goal, along with decreasing stigma for those who suffer. Body shaming needs to STOP!
Arlene B. Englander
Arlene B. Englander, LCSW,MBA is a Columbia University trained licensed psychotherapist with over twenty years of clinical experience. Her personal history as a former emotional overeater has contributed to her passion for helping those with similar issues and to her writing “Let Go Of Emotional Overeating and Love Your Food: A Five Point Plan for Success”, published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2018. The book provides a uniquely pleasurable and practical approach, utilizing research proven techniques like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for effective stress management and Mindful Eating for savoring food slowly and stopping just at the point of satisfaction without overeating. She has developped seminars on stress management, emotional overeating, and other mental health issues for corporations, law firms and hospitals while on staff at settings as diverse as Cancer Care, Inc., Lenox Hill Hospital and American Express, T.R.S. She is currently in private practice in North Palm Beach, Florida. Learn more at arleneenglander.com