with Anastasia Nevin, MS, RDN, RYT
and Guest Speaker
Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD, MPH, RD
Anastasia Nevin MS, RDN, RYT is a Nutrition Therapist and Yoga Instructor who specializes in the relationship between body, food, and eating. She is the owner of Anastasia Health LLC. Anastasia incorporates mindfulness, movement and body awareness with food behaviors, guiding clients to learn how to nourish their body and soul..
Anastasia graduated from Stanford University with Honors in Psychology. She went on to complete her Masters in Nutrition Education at Columbia University, and worked in both outpatient and Eating Disorder treatment program settings. Prior to opening her practice, Anastasia was the Lead Nutritionist and Yoga Therapist at Monte Nido's EDTNY (Eating Disorder Treatment of New York). Anastasia offers one-on-one nutrition counseling and runs therapeutic groups, empowering her clients to heal their relationship to food. She uses a non-diet, body positive and holistic approach.
Anastasia also teaches dynamic vinyasa flow classes at her beloved home studio Laughing Lotus. She is trained in Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, Ayurveda (India's holistic medicine system) & Restorative Yoga, and incorporates body-centered healing into an integrative, therapeutic approach.
Anastasia is actively engaged with IAEDP New York Chapter (International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals), the International Federation of Eating Disorder Dietitians, The Academy for Eating Disorders, as well as Dietitians in Integrative & Functional Medicine and Nutrition Entrepreneurs dietetic practice groups. Anastasia is a member of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics (AND). She is a regular contributor to the website Recovery Warriors and wellness site Sonima.
Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, PhD, MPH, RD is a Professor and Division Head in the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health, School of Public Health, University of Minnesota. Her research is aimed at understanding and preventing a broad spectrum of eating and weight-related problems including poor dietary intake, eating disorders, unhealthy weight control behaviors, body dissatisfaction and obesity.
She has served as Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator for both epidemiologic and intervention studies funded by the National Institutes of Health and various other organizations. Her research has been recognized with awards from the Academy for Eating Disorders, the National Eating Disorders Association, and the Eating Disorders Coalition.
She has published over 450 articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals and a book for parents of adolescents entitled: "I'm, like, SO, fat!" Helping your teen make healthy choices about eating and exercise in a weight-obsessed world. Current research interests include investigating the potential for the practice of yoga as a tool to address eating disorders and relevant risk factors. Dr. Neumark-Sztainer is a certified yoga instructor, teaches therapeutic yoga to individuals with eating disorders, and is studying the impact of yoga on eating behaviors, psychological well-being, and weight status.
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Past Twitter chats offer all the information without the real time pace. Just click to read.
- Yoga and Eating Disorders (February 7, 2017)
- The Use of Telemedicine in the Treatment of Eating Disorders (October 26th, 2016)
- Research-Practice Integration (September 8th. 2016)
- Eating Disorders in the LGBT Community (August 18th, 2016)
- Integrating Patient/Carer Perspectives in Research (August 1, 2016)
- The Changing Faces of Eating Disorders Providers: Clinical Implications from a Multicultural Perspective (June 27, 2016)
- New Eating Disorder Treatments on the Horizon (May 24, 2016)
- Body Dysmorphic Disorder in Men (April 12, 2016)
- 10 Things Patients and Caregivers Want You to Know About Treatment & Recovery (March 9, 2016)
- Weight Restoration 2.0 (February 9, 2016)
- Understanding an ARFID Diagnosis & Children Struggling with Selective Eating (January 21, 2016)
- The Road to Recovery: Caregivers as Partners in Treatment (November 18, 2015)
- Becoming a Savvy Media Consumer (October 28, 2015)
- Weight Stigma, Chronic Disease & Disability (September 24, 2015)
- Weight Stigma in Communities of Color (September 21, 2015)
- Identifying & Overcoming Barriers to Treatment (September 16, 2015)
- Prevention & Treatment of Eating Disorders on College Campuses (August 25, 2015)
- Progress & Process: The Complexity of Eating Disorder Recovery (July 2, 2015)
- Treating Eating Disorders in the Orthodox Jewish Community (June 8 , 2015)
- How YOU can be an Eating Disorder Advocate! (May 20, 2015)
- Eating Disorders & Pregnancy (April 10, 2015)
- Eating Disorders in the Trans Community (March 22, 2015)
- Too Much or Too Little: The Exercise Dilemma for Public Health and Eating Disorder Clinicians (February 26, 2015)
- Eating Disorder Recovery in a Toxic World (January 13, 2015)
- Engaging Male Loved Ones in Treatment (November 14, 2014)
- Consequences of the Failure to Recognize Anorexia Nervosa in Higher-Weight People (October 3, 2014)
- Let's Talk About Weight Stigma: A Twitter Convo (September 24, 2014)
- A tweet chat in support of the MOM March (September 18, 2014)
- Refeeding in the hospital: How fast? How slow? (September 11, 2014)
- Night Eating Syndrome (August 1, 2014)
- A Year Without Mirrors: Reflecting on Appearance, Beauty, and Body Image (July 1, 2014)
- The Voice of ED: Externalizing the Eating Disorder (May 22, 2014)
- Diabetes and Eating Disorders (June 3, 2014)
- Understanding Insurance Advocacy for Eating Disorder Treatment (April 17, 2014)
- How Mobile Apps are Changing the Face of Eating Disorder Recovery (Jan. 15, 2014)
- Making Eating Disorders Genetics Approachable & Meaningful: What are ANGI, AN25K and Charlotte's Helix? (Dec.16, 2013)
- Fatness: A Health Crisis? (Dec. 13, 2013)
- Muscle Dysmorphia and Muscularity-Oriented Disordered Eating (Nov. 14, 2013)
- Food Rules - Eating Disorder Risk or Benefit for Health? (Sept. 17, 2013)
- Dr. Jenny Thomas and Jenni Schaefer on their recently released book: Almost Anorexic: Is My (or My Loved One's) Relationship with Food a Problem? (June 18, 2013)
- Midlife Eating Disorders (April 18, 2013)
- Men Get Eating Disorders Too (March 14, 2013)
- Eating Disorder Memoirs: Helpful or Harmful? (March 13, 2013)
- How Advocates are Reaching Eating Disorder Sufferers (Feb. 25, 2014)
- Connecting Bodies with Hearts: Teaching Kids to Care, Not Compare (Feb. 14, 2014)
What exactly is a "Twitter Chat?"
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