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Eva Musby

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Episode 88 - Dr Kathy Weston Talks with Eva Musby: A Parent's Story of Supporting a Child with an Eating Disorder

Dr Kathy Weston's Get a Grip! Parenting Podcast

In this podcast, Dr Weston talks with Eva Musby, author of 'Anorexia and Other Eating Disorders: How to Help Your Child Eat Well and Be Well', about her experiences and the role that parents need to play in the treatment and recovery of young people with eating disorders. Eva brings an important message of hope to all parents going through this challenging experience. 


8 Feb 2022

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Episode #33: Anorexia and eating disorders with Eva Musby

The Nutrition Expedition Podcast

In today's episode Mateo and Lachie discuss the topic of Anorexia as well as other eating disorders with successful author and Mental health advocate Eva Musby.  Disclaimer : (This episode may be triggering to people suffering from mental health issues or more specifically eating disorders.) You can find Eva's content in the links below: https://anorexiafamily.com https://www.youtube.com/evamusby https://twitter.com/evamusby Her book : "Anorexia and other eating disorders: How to help your child eat well and be well" Instagram: @TheNutritionExpedition  Email: NutritionExpeditionPodcast@gmail.com  Lifeline hotline: 13 11 14  Resources on mental health: https://www.blackdoginstitute.org.au/


27 Jul 2020

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S1 Ep28: Mommy, am I fat? with Eva Musby

The Full Bloom Podcast - body-positive parenting for a more embodied and inclusive next generation

Parent coach, advocate, and author Eva Musby joins us for a discussion about best practices when talking to your child about body size, especially when they ask that dreaded question — “Am I fat?” She draws on her personal experience as a parent and professional work supporting parents of children suffering from eating disorders.  Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full show notes here.


9 Aug 2019

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Episode 93: Eva Musby: Helping Parents Support their Children in Recovery

ED Matters

Today, Kathy is joined by Eva Musby and their topic is helping parents to support their child recover from an eating disorder. Eva speaks from first-hand experience which shines through as she offers some wonderful advice and support for parents  supporting their child in recovery.   


2 Jul 2018

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Eva Musby on The Surprising Truth about Care for Parents and Partners

The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast

In this podcast Tabitha has the pleasure of chatting with parent advocate and coach Eva Musby. We talk about: Nonviolent communication skills Exhaustion, shame, regrets, and how to deal with these normal emotions How kindness can heal for all parties involved Origins of stress for parents of people with eating disorders Types of stress and how eating disorder play into them How to really not take rebuttal, hate, and withdrawal personally Setting up for the long haul – as eating disorders can take years to treat Nurturing friendships, mindfulness, living with joy to enable you to stay in it for the long haul. Self compassion vs self esteem — and why you need both! Why you need to take time out – and how to do it! Action! How taking action can relieve stress for parents and caregiver. The importance of getting support Links:Eva Musby: www.evamusby.co.ukSupport that Eva Musby offers parents: http://evamusby.co.uk/individual-support/Videos offering practical and emotional tools:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVgyQbyKQSBHUbIDLlc7t3v7bN0lmLcveFaceBook Linkswww.facebook.com/EvaMusby.Individual www.facebook.com/EvaMusbyTwitter is @evamusbyResources mentioned in the podcast:Laura Collins’ resources about parents not causing eating disorders:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wE3fyQV_chIKristin Neff’s TED talk “The space between self-esteem and self-compassion” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IvtZBUSplr4 Feedback link for podcasts: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BSQ7BBM

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27 Feb 2017

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7 Tips for Getting a Person with an Eating Disorder to Eat with Eva Musby

The Eating Disorder Recovery Podcast

In this podcast you will hear my conversation with Eva Musby. We talk about her experience with family-based therapy (or family-based treatment) as a mother. We also go into the key points that Eva addresses in her book and give you Getting a Person with an Eating Disorder to Eat: Understand the fear mechanism that is active when a person has an eating disorder. Logic and lectures will not work in this place, and Eva explains what you can use therefore. Compassion. Understanding how the sufferer is feeling will help you not blame them for their actions and will help you push through with family-based treatment (FBT). Creating an impression of utter confidence. This helps the sufferer trust that you as the parent know what you are doing and will reduce the panic and insecurity the sufferer feels. Watch: Stuck not Eating on You Tube Meal supporters must be on the same page. This is a key predictor of recovery — down to all decisions, not just the broad strokes. Become a great body language reader! Have a thick skin! Understand with compassion that the abuse the sufferer is dishing out is not personal. Self care and compassion for the caregiver. FBT is relentless! You have to be on your A game!About Eva MusbyEva Musby is a pen name. Eva’s otherwise healthy daughter spiralled into anorexia. Eleven months in hospital restored her health, but once she was home, Eva and her family learned a lot and made fast progress. Eva now takes the principles that she learned in helping her daughter to recover and uses them to help other parents. She has a book on helping a child recover from an eating disorder which is a fantastic resource for any parent. Where to find more information: Links:www.evamusby.co.ukandhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVgyQbyKQSBHUbIDLlc7t3v7bN0lmLcve www.facebook.com/EvaMusby.Individualandwww.facebook.com/EvaMusbyand twitter is @evamusbyPodcast on fear and fight or flight reaction in eating disorders


30 Oct 2016