IN THIS EPISODE
Lisa Ellis is a Registered Dietitian, Certified Eating Disorder Registered Dietitian-Supervisor and Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Manhattan & White Plains, NY. She received a B.S, in nutrition and psychology
from Simmons University; an M.S. in clinical nutrition from New York Medical College; and an MSW from Fordham University. Her areas of expertise include eating disorders and emotion-triggered eating in children, adolescents, adults and families. A recognized expert in the field of nutrition and emotion-triggered eating, she has contributed nutrition information to a variety of publications, including Redbook, Glamour, Woman’s Day, Huffington Post, Westchester Magazine, Runner’s World, Yahoo, Today’s Dietitian and is currently working on a book focused on emotion triggered eating.
We Discuss the following topics:
-What is black and white thinking?
-Finding shades of gray in one’s thought process
-What is “good enough” thinking?
-Who are the types of clients with all or nothing forms of thinking?
-How to look for the good
-Developing the skill of forgiveness
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