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Dr. Johanna Marie McShane Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven

Specialty: Clinical Psychology
Lafayette, California
Dr. Johanna Marie Mcshane has been working in the field of eating disorders treatment for 20 years. She was staff therapist and assessment/intake counselor for the Serenity Eating Disorders Program at Mt. Diablo Medical Center, an inpatient eating disorders program in Northern California, from 1991 to 1994. She was a founding member and director of psychotherapies at the Integrated Therapies...
Communities: Eating Disorders

Dr. Sari Shepphird Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven

Specialty: Clinical Psychology
Los Angeles, California
Dr. Sari Fine Shepphird, author of the new book 100 Questions and Answers about Anorexia Nervosa, is a clinical psychologist and eating disorders specialist from Los Angeles, California. Working with a full spectrum of eating disorders issues, her experience on the subject spans nearly twenty years. In addition to maintaining an outpatient private practice, she provides consultation about...


I've blogged for a while...mostly moaning about life, living with the hellish depression and anorexia I've battled for so long. I come across on the blog probably as moody and not a very happy friendly person, but people who know me in real life rarely see that side of me and see me as quite a cheery person who likes to make others laugh. I want to be that person all the time, but anorexia...

MentorCONNECT Health Impact Award

MentorCONNECT is the first global eating disorders mentoring community. MentorCONNECT accepts females and males ages 14 and up who are actively engaged in recovery from anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, and eating disorders not otherwise specified.  Members can match with a mentor for individual support, participate in group mentoring activities, join in weekly support...

Rachel T.

Lexington, Massachusetts
recovering from anorexia and bulimia. learning how to just be and take things one day at a time. 20 years young with a passion for Christ, cooking/baking, photography, reading, dreaming, health, and life! eating disorders bite, i'm trying to bite back. check out my blog and come say hi :)

Finding Melissa

St Albans, United Kingdom
Finding Melissa is a blog about losing an eating disorder and finding an identity. It's my recovery story from anorexia bulimia, and an attempt to turn my experience into something positive.  
Communities: Dance, Exercise, Swimming , ...

BPChicks Patient Expert

San Francisco, California
We're 4 women who blog about mental health issues or whatever is on our minds.  At times we hope to be informative.  We believe a good sense of humor and love among friends is the best medicine; and that a sense of community that we try to build through on-line conversation(comments) helps us along the way. Bipolar Chicks? Some of us have that diagnosis, some of us do...
Communities: General Medicine

Emily Woodhouse Facebook

Hi Friends! I am Emily Woodhouse. Im currently attending Cal Poly Pomona (3rd Year) as a Food and Nutrition Major, with a focus in Dietetics to one day become a Registered Dietitian. I work at King's Fish House at the Victoria Gardens Mall as a Hostess...hoping to soon be a server. I LOVE MY FAMILY! THEY MEAN THE WORLD TO ME. I HAVE HAD TOUGH TIMES IN MY LIFE. I HAVE HAD A REALITY CHECK...

Angela E. Gambrel

Midland, Michigan
I am a 45-year-old woman on a journey of recovery from anorexia. I also am: a writer, a graduate student (finally got there!), a wife and mom to my beautiful cat, Aliena, and a very curious person! I write about my recovery from the perspective of someone who developed an eating disorder later in life - at age 41. My blog is at


I suffer from Depression, and am recovering from Anorexia Nervosa. I make for awkward company in person, I have a insatiable appetite for being a nerd, but give me a webpage and a keyboard and I will rant at you for hours until you can't take it any longer. I've spent years devoting myself to a slave to society, and feeling worthless, not good enough, fat, ugly, guilt ridden, and a burden. But...