Embodied Wake- EAT team podcast series
Episode 1: ED Recovery and Covid-19
Introduction podcast during which guest speaker Dr. Joanne Clinch of WFU’s SHS discusses Covid-19 and remaining well in recovery and isolation.
Episode 2: Going on a COVID-19 Cleanse…of Your Social Media
During this episode, guest speakers Dr. Jillian Neill and Ms. Tiffany Longjohn of the University Counseling Center discuss healthy boundaries regarding social media use to remain in check during a pandemic.
Episode 3: Joyful Movement
On this episode, Dr. Palmieri and Ms. Orr are joined by Dr. Denisha Champion, PhD, LCMHC-S Associate Director for Community Engagement, Ms. Kate Ruley, MEd, RD, LDN, CSSD, Director of Sports Nutrition Wake Forest University Athletics; and Ms. Lori Tyson-Jamison- Coordinator of Fitness with Campus Recreation to discuss what “healthy” exercise and movement is, particularly when the structure of life is turned upside down. Suggestions of body movement self-care and resources are shared.
Episode 4: Food insecurity, eating and body concerns, and COVID-19
On this episode, Dr. Palmieri and Ms. Orr are joined by Brad Shugoll, the Associate Director of Service & Leadership in the Office of Civic & Community Engagement with Wake Forest University to discuss how food insecurity relates to eating concerns and socio-economic status within the WFU community as well as resources on and off campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Episode 5: Living with Fatphobic Family and Friends- Part 1
On this episode we feature Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Meredith Nisbet with Three Birds Counseling and Eating Recovery Center to discuss support and boundaries to maintain a full approach to wellbeing when support is limited by loved ones. Ms. Nisbet is clear regarding being a provider living in a larger body and discusses ways to hold space for our own bodies through methods to embrace life, “not in spite of their bodies, but because of them.”
Episode 6: Living with Fatphobic Family and Friends- Part 2
This episode welcomes guest speaker Julie Duffy Dillon, Registered Dietitian, Eating Disorder Specialist, and Food Behavior Expert, to join the conversation “Living at Home with Fatphobic Family and Friends”. She sheds light on the effect of health trolling on inflammation and “obesity” related diseases. Julie is trained as a mental health counselor and supervises dietitians and other health professionals to use weight inclusive and attuned eating strategies to help clients on their food peace journey. Julie produces and hosts the weekly podcast, Love Food.
Episode 7: Dieting, Health, and Social Justice
This episode features wisdom from guest speaker Rebecca Scritchfield– author of Body Kindness: Transform your health from the inside out and never say diet again!. She is a well-being coach, registered dietitian, ACSM certified exercise physiologist, and hosts the Body Kindness Podcast and free facebook book club. While the planned focus of this episode began early covid-19 as a focus on dieting, health, and size diversity, the conversation honed in on social justice during racial unrest and intersectional identities.