In this episode, Prof Grant Schofield speaks with Jess Dyson, founder of specialised eating disorder recovery coaching clinic Redefined Coaching.
The pair discuss Jess’s own lived experience and personal journey from being diagnosed with Anorexia at 14 to where she is today. They also talk about the range, types and common misconceptions of disordered eating, the psychology behind it all and how the coaching model can play a role in inspiring hope and equipping people with the tools for recovery.
“I remember being so hopeless, because I just didn’t see a way out. I wanted to recover but the fear of recovery outweighed staying where I was… Today I am passionate about bringing hope into the battle of eating disorders because I believe that recovery is possible for everyone.” – Jess Dyson
In our Prevention is Cure podcast series, Professor Grant Schofield challenges mainstream medicine, talks with leading experts and shares the latest science and tools to live a happier and healthier life.
Stay tuned as we release more from the Prevention is Cure podcast series and continue to challenge mainstream medicine. You can find Prevention is Cure on your favourite podcast app or by visiting anchor.fm/prekure
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