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drstaceyny .. Doctor of Philosophy

Specialty: Clinical Psychology
New York City, New York
I'm a clinical psychologist who blogs about eating disorders/body image, particularly related to our cultural obsession with weight.
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Countdown to June 1st!

"What happens then?" you ask. . . . The unofficial start to summer? Bikini season? (ahem) The anniversary of when Anne Boleyn was crowned...

Exercise in Peace

Coming to the end of a challenging spin class, our instructor walked us through the readouts on the gym's new bike consoles. "Now look down at...

#ICED2014 Recap (Media Highlights)

I just returned from the International Conference on Eating Disorders and was thrilled to connect with like-minded colleagues and learn the...

Facebook and Disordered Eating

A recent study suggested that high levels of Facebook use are associated with an increased risk for eating disorders. The study, out of Florida...

And Every Man, Too?

You might think that in writing this blog, I think that only women are afflicted with eating disorders. Not so. The reality is that men, too,...

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Oct 12 2011 by Ilissa Banhazl, MFT
Ilissa Banhazl, Marriage and Family Therapy in Glendora, Ca. Specializing in eating disorders and relationship counseling. Other areas of expertise include, pre-marital counseling, parenting, grief, infertility, anxiety, and depression. Plese call for more info 626-335-0903, www.ilissabanhazlmft.com
 
Feb 02 2009 by amandaavis
i am a recovering anorexic and i am having a very tough time with feeling and looking bloated.  i own and operate a fitness studio.  at times, i feel like cancelling my clients so that i can be alone while feeling bloated.  i have done a ton of research, am working with a nutritionist and dietitian, but still am not understanding the belly bloat.  is it from protein deficiency, or is it something that will stay the same?  please let me know.  i don't mind putting on some pounds, but do mind feeling and looking like the only place that is changing is my stomach.  thank you for your time and energy!
 
Dec 21 2008 by beth
Hey, This is my first attemp at this blogging thing.  I am trying to recover from bulimia and not doing well.
 

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