Are my Eating Habits During Quarantine Becoming a Problem?
June 3, 2020
In this episode, Lauren Brader, Licensed Professional Counselor and Katie Gaffney, Registered Dietitian who both work at Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health's Emotional Eating Program in Princeton, NJ discuss how to determine whether or not changing eating habits during the coronavirus pandemic are becoming problematic. They also discuss how to be a positive social support for anyone who is struggling with an eating disorder.
Three Emotional Eating Triggers During Coronavirus and How to Manage Them
May 27, 2020
In this episode, Andy interviews Lauren Brader, Licensed Professional Counselor and Katie Gaffney, Registered Dietitian who work at Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health's Emotional Eating Program in Princeton, NJ. Lauren and Katie discuss how the coronavirus has changed three common triggers for eating disordered behaviors. They also discuss how they work with their clients to manage these new challenges.
How the Grieving Process Has Changed During Coronavirus
May 20, 2020
Alex Camarda, LCSW is the Clinical Manager at Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health’s Women’s Program in Hamilton, NJ. In this episode, Alex discusses how the Coronavirus pandemic has impacted the grieving process. Alex also discusses different skills people can use when trying to manage a loss and socially distance at the same time.
Three Tips for Managing Anxiety in the Age of Coronavirus
May 13, 2020
Dr. Arshad Siddiqui is the Associate Medical Director of Adult Outpatient Services at Penn Medicine Princeton House Behavioral Health in Hamilton, NJ. He was also voted a New Jersey “Top Doc” in Psychiatry for the year 2020. In this episode, Dr. Siddiqui and Andy each give three simple tips that anyone can utilize to help manage anxiety during the coronavirus pandemic.