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Join Tiffany Roe, relatable Mental Health Counselor and psychology teacher as she shares quick therapy lessons that improve your life with each episode. We explore real tools and tips to help you love yourself, your mind, your bod, & your relationship with food. Follow her for more on Instagram @HeyTiffanyRoe and at Support this podcast:
28 Episodes
Join me and Camille Hawkins, LCSW as we talk about infertility. Camille shares her story as someone with lived experience with infertility and pregnancy loss. She shares infertility 101 education, tips for those struggling with infertility, and what we can do to better support those who are struggling. Learn more about Camille and her practice on https://camillehawkins.comFor more education and support for infertility, body image, emotional regulation, self-care, disordered eating, relationships, communication, and more head over to for affordable online courses, coaching, and counseling. --- Support this podcast:
An emotional episode about the loss of a friend to suicide. Sharing validation and support. No stats. No hotlines, just human relatability. If you feel you are in crisis, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. It is a free, 24-hour hotline, at 1.800.273.TALK (8255). Your call will be connected to the crisis center nearest to you. If you are in an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. This podcast is not a replacement for medical or mental health support or help. --- Support this podcast:
Listen along and learn the best tips and strategies from some of the my fav therapists in the mental health field. Today's episodes includes quotes from:Tiffany Roe, MA, CMHC, Therapy Thoughts podcast host and founder/CEO of Mindful Counseling @HeyTiffanyRoe Joe Dennis, MA, CMHC @JoeDennis.counselsMeagan Brooks, CSW @MindfulCounselingKimberley Quinlan, MFT @Kimberleyquinlan (Podcast host *Your Anxiety Toolkit* - Note, I misnamed it in the audio of the podcast, the actual name is Your Anxiety Toolkit)Dr. Jennifer Mullan @DecolonizingTherapyDr. Christina Inglesia @Dr.Christina_Lisa Olivera, MFT @LisaOliveraTherapy (I pronounced her last name Oliviera on the podcast episode, it's *Olivera)--- Support this podcast:
Thanks for joining me for #mentalhealthawarenessmonthHead over to for courses, mental health swag, and information on counseling, consultation, and coaching with me!Follow me on instagram @HeyTiffanyRoe for daily doses of Therapy Thoughts--- Support this podcast:
Episode 24: Grief

Episode 24: Grief


Episode 24: Grief • Let’s talk about grief, bereavement, and mourning. Check out @heytiffanyroe on Instagram and for more.--- Support this podcast:
In this episode of Therapy Thoughts, we chat with Christy Harrison. This is a solid FAQ educational episode about Health At Every Size, Diet Culture, and Wellness Culture. Christy Harrison, MPH, RD, CDN is a registered dietitian nutritionist and certified intuitive eating counselor based in Brooklyn, NY. She offers online courses and private intuitive eating coaching to help people all over the world make peace with food and their bodies. Since 2013 Christy has hosted Food Psych, a podcast exploring people's relationships with food and paths to body acceptance. It is now one of iTunes’ top 100 health podcasts, reaching tens of thousands of listeners worldwide each week. Christy began her career in 2003 as a journalist covering food, nutrition, and health, and she's written for and edited major publications including Gourmet, The Food Network, Refinery29, Slate, BuzzFeed, Modernist Cuisine, Epicurious, and many more. As an expert on intuitive eating, Health at Every Size, and people's relationships with food, she's been quoted in top media outlets including The Washington Post, Self, Health, Refinery29, Men's Fitness, Bon Appetit, The Observer, and more. Her forthcoming book, Anti-Diet: Why Obsessing Over What You Eat Is Bad for Your Health, will be published by Little, Brown Spark in late 2019. Learn more about Christy and her work at --- Support this podcast:
In this episode I get to interview Paige Smathers, RD about positive nutrition, nuance in relationships with food, living in the gray area and challenging all-or-nothing thinking and judgment. We talk a bit about stigma and assumptions about our careers and have some good laughs.Check out Paige’s website https://www.positive-nutrition.comFor more from Tiffany for courses, counseling, and good times visit Support this podcast:
In this episode I have the ultimate honor to sit and talk with Evelyn Tribole, co-author of Intuitive Eating A Revolutionary Program That Works. This was a dream come true as I've looked up to Evelyn as a mentor and thought leader since I read her book in 2006. In this episode we dive into Intuitive Eating!This interview is cut off at the 59:59 mark. The live interview was 1:00:53. In the final unrecorded minute, Evelyn directs you to follow her projects and goings-on on her website and on Instagram @EvelynTribole. Follow me for more on and on Instagram @HeyTiffanyRoeBio:Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD is an award-winning registered dietitian, with a nutrition counseling practice in Newport Beach, California. She has written nine books including the bestsellers Healthy Homestyle Cooking and Intuitive Eating (co-author). Her newest book is the Intuitive Eating Workbook: Ten Principles for Nourishing a Healthy Relationship with Food.Evelyn was the nutrition expert for Good Morning America, appearing from 1994-’95 and was a national spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association for 6 years. She was contributing editor for Shape magazine where her monthly column, Recipe Makeovers, appeared for 11 years.She is often sought by the media for her nutritional expertise and has appeared on hundreds of interviews, including: CNN, Today Show, MSNBC, Fox News, USA Today, Wall St. Journal and People magazine.As a speaker, Evelyn is passionate and has been called, “Wonderfully wise and funny”, whether providing a keynote or full-day workshop.Achievements and honors include, receiving the American Dietetic Association’s Award for Excellence in Private Practice. Many national magazines have rated Evelyn as one of the best nutritionists in the country including: Self, Harper’s Bazaar, and Redbook magazine.Professional memberships include: the Am. Dietetic Assoc., International Society for Study of Fatty Acids and Lipids, the Celiac Disease Foundation, and the Academy for Eating Disorders.Evelyn qualified for the Olympic Trials in the first ever women’s marathon in 1984. Although she no longer competes, Evelyn runs for fun and is an avid skier and hiker. She also enjoys surfing, kayaking and white water rafting. Evelyn’s favorite food is chocolate, when it can be savored slowly.--- Support this podcast:
Join me as I get to chat with Nicole McDermid (@theembodiedjourney). We dig deep, got uncomfortable, felt all the feels and spoke about privilege, social justice, feminism, fat activism, eating disorder recovery, & our work being intersectional. In this episode we talk about feminism, and in turn, empowerment, particularly as women in today’s world. We deep dive into aspects such as building agency, reclaiming autonomy, developing a connection with your body, body liberation, respect for your body and to stand unapologetically in your power.Bio:Nicole McDermid is a Social Worker, Counsellor and an Eating Disorder Recovery Coach, with over ten years experience working in the mental health field. Not only does Nicole practice in the clinical sphere, she is also a speaker and a fierce fat activist with a strong sense of social justice. She writes prolifically on issues such as weight stigma, size acceptance and eating disorder recovery across a number of different social media channels. In all facets of her work, Nicole practices from, and is informed by a Health at Every Size, Non-Diet, trauma informed and social justice framework. She also has a lived experience of an eating disorder, whilst living in a larger body and believes that we simply do not see enough representation of ALL people, in ALL bodies across the current eating disorder recovery narrative. Nicole is a visionary as both a clinician and an activist in the Eating Disorder sphere, drawing on both her professional expertise and lived experience to inform her practice. Nicole has had the recent honour of presenting at the Australia and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders in Melbourne, Australia on the issue of Weight Stigma in Eating Disorder treatment. This has been the pinnacle of Nicole's career thus far, and she hopes that this is the start of significant systemic shifts across this space. --- Support this podcast:
Episode 19: History of abnormal psychology and stigma. We examine historical explanations of mental illness and modern day theoretical perspectives. I share how stigma continues to exist and how we can fight it. Follow me on Instagram for daily therapy thoughts @heytiffanyroe and head over to for more --- Support this podcast:
Comments (4)


Obesity (yes it exists) can cause a range of health problems, even death. There is a reason doctors tell us to lose weight if our health is compromised by how much fat we have on our bodies! I wanted to like this podcast, but I'm unsubscribing.

Mar 19th

River Lotic

I love this podcast. Tiffany is a very knowledgeable and I REALLY love the intuitive eating stuff and the #mrroemethod Thanks so much for all you do!!

Jan 2nd

Lam Chops

Great info, better understanding on what going

Oct 20th

Charlotte Rose

I am a psychiatric nurse and have been looking for a podcast I can use to stay centered and something to help me remind myself to care for my mental health as well. I love this so much! i will definitely be sharing this podcast with my coworkers and clients. keep the episodes coming! :)

May 3rd
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