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Corinne Dobbas
The Body Image Podcast
The Body Image Podcast is a podcast about body image and the many layers that go into making peace with our bodies. Like intuitive eating, self-compassion, mental health, self-care, body and size acceptance, embodiment, rejecting diet culture, and more. Podcast host, registered dietitian, nutrition therapist, and certified intuitive eating counselor, Corinne Dobbas, MS, RD, talks with guests to help unpack these layers while discussing what positive body image means and looks like in real life. The goal of The Body Image Podcast is to help listeners better their understanding of what it...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 98 ratings
Love it!!!!
I love this podcast so much, it has helped me so much with my body image and loving my body and feeling comfortable in it. During quarantine I have been feeling sad about my body and the way it looks and trying to do lots of workouts and limit my eating to get this “perfect” body that society...Read full review »
missnellaxo via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/27/21
Great guests
Love the conversations that take place in all your podcasts, you tend to say “I love it” a lot, which is fine, but if you replied with something else, maybe it would stimulate deeper conversations and not just end them
NicoleOsi via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/28/20
You know...
Great content. However, it was slightly hard to listen to with the constant “you know”.
Phalangesescherichiacoli via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/21/19
Recent Episodes
Catie Lynch, LCSW, Therapist and Eating Disorder Coach, intimately explores the challenges of recovery from diet culture and an eating disorder in the context of being a new mom.
Published 01/12/21
In the second to last episode of season 4, Shira Rosenbluth, LCSW joins The Body Image Podcast to talk about why positive body image isn’t just about deciding to love yourself or your body. And in fact, how this notion can feel dismissive to individuals’ experiences in the fatphobic diet culture...
Published 12/30/20
Whitney Trotter, MS, RDN/LDN, BSN, RN, RYT, registered dietitian, nurse and yoga teacher shares how trauma impacts our relationship with food and our body. She discusses trauma and eating disorders, how the body holds trauma, grief and trauma work in food and body healing work, and so much more.
Published 12/15/20
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