IN THIS EPISODE
Erin Harrop, (they/them), LICSW, PhD, is an assistant professor at University of Denver and licensed medical social worker. Erin’s research focuses on eating disorders, weight stigma, and patient-provider communication.
Erin’s clinical work also involves trainings at the provider level, introducing interprofessional clinicians to weight inclusive practices that honor patients’ unique intersecting identities.
We discuss topics including:
- Understanding what is “atypical anorexia nervosa”?
- What makes the conversations go well and poorly when communicating with a provider?
- Weight stigma and atypical anorexia nervosa
- How the eating disorder is encouraged
- The word “fat” is a neutral descriptive term
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