InsideOut Institute Podcast
Summary: InsideOut is a national institute for research and clinical excellence dedicated to finding a solution to eating disorders. This is our podcast.
New research suggests that eating disorders are much more common among First Australians, compared to non-indigenous Australians. The University of Western Sydney research shows that 27 per cent of Indigenous adults have an eating disorder, compared to 16 per cent of non-Indigenous adults. There’s a similar story when it comes to young people. We speak to lead researcher, Dr Adam Burt, who is a proud member of the Wiradjuri people from Central New South Wales about his findings. Links to the research papers: Adult paper: https://bmcpsychiatry.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12888-020-02852-1 Adolescent paper: https://link.springer.com/epdf/10.1186/s40337-020-0286-7?author_access_token=UElD52Iw-lx5jhHz0bMK-W_BpE1tBhCbnbw3BuzI2RM1gwp2dm8CqW96cdRB8nzVdyjfbbpzxF4DnfsX-FyfKTq4jgaL9LOwcJxwrCpLCvE3FQM0XY67PYhL4a2O57lZ5ojE6Gj04ASX7LaSazTmMQ%3D%3D&fbclid=IwAR1u2FzRNAVIkvoSLyDaJm59-mJ6xtli441AFSkm-BsgR75-gWYCdGtzuBg
This episode features one of Australia's leading eating disorder dietitians, Fiona Sutherland, also known as The Mindful Dietitian. We discuss mindfulness and yoga, and how it relates to food and eating. We speak about "normal eating” and intuitive eating, diet culture and dealing with excessive hunger. We also hear Jenni's story and her 50 year struggle with an eating disorder. For more on Fiona: Check out her website themindfuldietitian.com.au She is on Instagram and Facebook as @themindfuldietitian Fiona's podcast is "The Mindful Dietitian Podcast" Other relevant links: Eating disorder training for dietitians: https://insideoutinstitute.org.au/resource-library/coming-soon-nutrition-management-of-eating-disorders-in-the-community What is Normal and Natural Eating? https://insideoutinstitute.org.au/resource-library/what-is-normal-and-natural-eating Blog: What is Normal Eating? https://insideoutinstitute.org.au/blog/what-is-normal-eating
Episode 2 is all about anxiety and eating disorders, featuring Dr Stephanie Knatz Peck from the University of California. We discuss the link between anxiety and eating disorders, and explore strategies to help manage it. Useful links from Dr Stephanie Knatz Peck: Center for Balanced Living: http://www.centerforbalancedliving.org/5-day-program-description UCSD: http://eatingdisorders.ucsd.edu/treatment/intensive-yatreatment.html Link to TBT-S online manual: https://www.brainbasedeatingdisorders.org/etext/ProductsOffered_purchaseview.action?productId=1 Relevant resources: Pleasant and Distracting Activities: https://insideoutinstitute.org.au/resource-library/pleasant-and-distracting-activities Urge Surfing: https://insideoutinstitute.org.au/resource-library/urge-surfing Research on anxiety and eating disorders https://insideoutinstitute.org.au/resource-library/the-comorbidity-between-eating-disorders-and-anxiety-disorders-prevalence-in-an-eating-disorder-sample-and-anxiety-disorder-sample
The very first episode of the InsideOut Institute Podcast is all about Recovery. What is recovery? How do we define it? Is full recovery even possible? Our guest is InsideOut Director and clinical psychologist, Dr Sarah Maguire. This podcast will be a space to talk all things eating disorders, including the latest in research and innovation, treatment, navigating the road to recovery, and the journey for families and loved ones. If you'd like to get in touch, please contact us online: Website: insideoutinstitute.org.au Facebook: @InsideOutInstitute Twitter: @InsideOutInst