The Anti-Diet Plan with Dr. Alexis Conason

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Dr. Alexis Conason is a licensed psychologist in private practice in New York City. She specializes in the treatment of overeating disorders, body image, and psychological issues related to bariatric surgery. She also treats people struggling with sexual functioning, depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, relationship issues, and other psychological issues.

I found her on her social media on Instagram @theantidietplan, and her page immediately resonated with me. She talks all about discovering compassionate and mindful ways to stop dieting and get on with your life. Get ready for a deep dive into all things diet culture, sneaky ways we incorporate food rules, how privilege and oppression play a roll in our health and body image and how you can begin your journey to a better relationship to food today!

Find Dr. Conason on social media @theantidietplan

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1 Comment

  1. Kali on 02/11/2021 at 4:58 PM

    I’ve struggled with bulimia most of my life. I’ve been “recovered” now for 6 years. I say that with caution as although I’m not binging and purging, I still have disordered thoughts about food and eating that pop up. It’s life time process to reprogram yourself to listen to your body, serve yourself in a positive manner, and over come these negative and unproductive thoughts.

    Love that you mentioned portioning or dishing out meals for yourself and partner as being learned from diet culture. I do this automatically without thought, portioning my husband more than myself… yet 9x out of 10 I’m the one that wants more and gets seconds! I never thought about this being a piece of diet culture that I’m still carrying in my life. I’m looking forward to being mindful of this for dinner tonight.

    The emotional eating content really resonated with me. Although I’ve overcome bulimia, emotional eating is still something that gives me disordered thoughts. But I know that it’s a small drop in the bucket to every other food choice I make, and I just need to remind myself of that sometimes so that I don’t loop myself into a negative spiral that doesn’t serve me.

    I really enjoyed this podcast! Thank you for everything that you do and share Elisa.

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