The NPRD

The NPRD

“The NPRD,” delivers nourishing information about eating disorders, body image and psychopharmacological health.

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June 22, 2022 18 min

Back by popular demand! Dr. Judy Feldman, psychiatry and psychotherapy expert, returns for a discussion about harmonizing the mind with our anatomical systems. Known as “Internal Family Systems” or IFS in the psychotherapy field, IFS helps us, as practitioners, take a mind body approach to eating disorder treatment.

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Get to know our very own Emily Pardue, PMHNP! In her work within my private practice, Emily sees patients for psychopharmacology assessment and ongoing medication management. She is drawn to the interconnectedness of body and mind and the relationship between nutrition and mental health. Tune in to learn more about what inspires her in this line of work!

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On this week’s The NPRD, Dr. John Sharp joins the show and discusses psychopharmacology advancements for treating individuals who struggle with depression. We take a deep dive into Ketamine for treatment in those with eating disorders, specifically – a medication that I find greatly supports my patients in their ED journey and recovery.

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Join me as I sit down with Wendy Oliver Pyatt MD, FAED, CEDS, world-leading expert on treating eating disorders, for a discussion about her unique eating disorder care philosophy. Dr Wendy has developed a unique treatment approach that dives into the underlying issues that place a person at risk for mental health issues such as eating disorders. Hear how she approaches healing, health and guiding her patients toward inner peace.

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As both a pioneer and veteran in the field of psychiatry, psychotherapy and eating disorders, Dr. Feldman shares pearls of wisdom from her 30-year career. She is known and respected for establishing the three principles of treatment: honesty, flexibility and collaboration. She reminds us that these are key to a trusting patient/provider relationship, and that having hope makes recovery possible.

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April 25, 2022 13 min

Jordan Rich, my good friend and producer of The NPRD, joins me to celebrate the one-year anniversary of The NPRD. We talk about where we’ve been, where we are now, and where we plan to take The NPRD. Tune in for a sneak peek into upcoming content to help you practice confidently. We hope you feel as inspired as we are after listening to this episode!

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February 24, 2022 20 min

As part of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, I have invited a client to share her story with you. Lauren’s eating disorder consumed her for five years prior to her seeking treatment in her early 20’s. Her story is unique as she truly knew she could overcome her eating disorder – she strongly believed she deserved recovery. Lauren’s message is this: “You’re never not enough to deserve treatment.” Your clients deserve help regardless ...

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Jessie Diggins, the one and only, phenomenal Olympic cross country skier, sits down with The NPRD for a candid and open conversation around her eating disorder journey. Hear first-hand about her bravery, struggles, challenges and triumphs in this episode. I hope this amazing, admirable woman and athlete inspires your clients to seek support just as Jessie did. To learn more visit robynkievit.com.

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Anxiety and depression are common comorbidities tied to eating disorders, disordered eating and body image issues. Your nutrition clients may also present with generalized anxiety and depression. Today’s episode explores how to guide your clients toward improved mental health and peace in their lives and on their ED journeys.

Join me as I sit down with Jordan Rich, veteran broadcaster, for a conversation about his history of depres...

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Join dietitian Sumner Brooks in today’s podcast as she helps us grasp “the three keys” crucial for raising intuitive eaters. Leave the food shame and blame behind – parent and guide your children compassionately as they explore food and eating. Sumner will share tips from her book, “How to Raise an Intuitive Eater: Raising the Next Generation with Food and Body Confidence,” plus learnings from raising her own two inquisitive eaters...

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Sarai Logue, LICSW, joins the show today to talk more about the Greater Boston Wellness Collaborative, an entity that provides multi-disciplinary care to individuals and families experiencing eating disorders, disordered eating, body image challenges and related issues. We’ll explore the Collaborative’s model, and how parents and clinicians can navigate diet culture to best support and … Continue reading Families and Eating Disorde...
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Join me as I sit down with Matt Stranberg, MS, RDN, LDN, CSCS, CSSD as we discuss how to help athletes with eating disorders overcome and achieve. Matt’s research-based, practical approach will help you guide your clients on their recovery journeys. To learn more visit robynkievit.com.
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I sit down with my colleague, Mekenzie Smith, to discuss her extensive experience and understanding of the deep complexities of eating disorders and the impact food can have in one’s life. Her work with diverse patient populations embraces a holistic approach that encompasses body image work, sleep habits, movement, mindfulness and stress reduction strategies. I … Continue reading Understand the Deep Complexities of Eating Disorder...
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Marci Evans, MS, CEDRD-S, LDN, shares her passion for creating accessible and engaging training for eating disorder clinicians. If you’re looking to gain confidence in the field, this episode is for you. Marci’s trainings are varied – covering everything from counseling to body image to digestive issues in ED. Her trainings keep clinicians coming back … Continue reading Take Your Eating Disorder Expertise to the Next Level! Marci E...
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This show is for loved ones of those with eating disorders, and for clinicians in the eating disorder field. Robyn’s book breaks down disordered eating and recovery into tangible content that will help you understand the mindset of those we love and care for. Robyn is a gem in the field and has been steadfast in her work … Continue reading “The Eating Disorder Trap” Author Robyn Goldberg, RDN, CEDRD-S, Talks About Her New Book →
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Licensed therapist, Brooke Huminski, is a leader and advocate for healthcare workers who are experiencing the stress and burnout of being on the front lines of caring for COVID-19 patients. Hear her take on “compassion fatigue” in this episode, and learn how to take care of yourself as a clinician.  To learn more visit robynkievit.com.
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HAES-focused providers – do not miss this episode! We’re joined by the Executive Director of MEDA, Monika Ostroff, who will discuss how her organization is addressing recovery during the pandemic. As cases of disordered eating surge, hear how Monika and team are accommodating and supporting patients with unending compassion. You’ll be inspired by Monika’s approach … Continue reading Recovery Through the Eyes of Monika Ostroff, Exec...
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In this episode, we explore part 2 of helping children establish a solid relationship with their own body image. Want to raise teens and young adults who are confident in their bodies? Individuals who are empowered and set examples to others in the way that they own their bodies? Then this episode is for you. To learn more … Continue reading Helping Parents Helping Kids: Food and Body Image 101 -Part 2 →
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This recording is for healthcare pros, parents, caregivers, educators and more – anyone who wishes to learn more about eating disorders and how to help parents best raise children to form a nourishing view of one’s body. This episode focuses on newborns through high school. To learn more visit robynkievit.com.
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July 27, 2021 20 min
What is body image – and how do we talk about it? We address how to explore the topic with your patients for best possible outcomes. To learn more visit robynkievit.com.
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