Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a term thrown around very loosely, but what is OCD? How is being obsessive over food different from having OCD? Kristin is clearing everything up for us in this podcast. If you've ever struggled with obsessive thoughts or OCD, this is your episode!
SO WHO IS KRISTIN VORA?
Kristin has been a dietitian for over ten years. She is a board-certified diabetes educator (CDE) and a nutrition support clinician (CNSC). Additionally, Kristin has experience treating children, adolescents, and adults in inpatient and outpatient acute and long-term care settings. She currently specializes in eating disorder recovery, disordered eating recovery, overcoming compulsive exercise, and body image. Further, she has experience with eating disorders and other co-occurring disorders in various practice settings, including inpatient hospitalization, partial hospitalization (PHP), and outpatient levels of care.
Kristin started her nutrition practice in 2018 with a passion for helping women discover that they are more than a body or a number on the scale.
THE MAIN POINTS KRISTIN AND I ARE CHATTING ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE.
01. Your story – how did you get interested in becoming a dietitian? 02. So, what is OCD? What has your experience with OCD been like? 03. How did OCT affect your relationship with food and body? 04. How have you navigated OCD and found peace with food? 05. What tips would you have for someone with OCD working to heal their relationship with food and their body?
- Kristin's Story – How did you become interested in dietetics?
- What is OCD?
- What has your personal experience with OCD been like?
- How did OCD affect your relationship with food and your body?
- How have you navigated OCD and found peace with food?
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Not only has Kristin worked with so many struggling with food and body, but she also has personal experience. Thus, makes her so relatable. Kristin discusses the reality of OCD and how she manages it today!
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