After recording the first Eating Disorder podcast with Lisa Jimenez, LMHC, our in house eating disorder expert, we realized we needed to prepare a part 2 episode regarding treatment. For this one, in addition to Lisa, we have brought in Terina Lopez, LMHC, another eating disorder expert. Both Terina and Lisa have extensive experience working with the eating disorder community. Although this episode is regarding treatment, we started it off by answering questions that were sent to us by our community.
They go in depth on emotional eating, dysmorphia, clinical work, and seeing a therapist. They also discuss ways to help family or friends that may be suffering from an eating disorder, treatment and the various levels of care.
Click here to listen to the podcast Lisa did on Eating Disorders Part 1.
You can find more information on Lisa at her page here.
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Terina Lopez, MS, LMHC, is a bilingual therapist who works with adolescents and adults to address challenging circumstances. She enjoys working with college aged individuals who struggle with identity development, peer difficulties and adjustments to new academic and social settings. Her primary therapeutic approach is cognitive behavioral therapy. She incorporates creative interventions and psychodynamic approaches.
Her areas of specialty include eating disorders, anxiety, depression, relationship issues & identity development. She is past President of the International Association of Eating Disorders, Miami chapter (IAEDP). She is enthusiastic and compassionate and enjoys collaborative work with her clients as they shift towards a more meaningful and fulfilling life.
She can be reached at:
5915 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Suite 19
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Following are the resources discussed in this podcast.
International Association of Eating Disorder Professional (IAEDP)