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An ADHD Woman’s Guide to Food, Dieting and Eating Disorders - 2016

with Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.

Women with ADHD are predisposed to obesity, binge eating, and bulimia nervosa. ADHD can greatly negatively impact a woman’s ability to eat healthily. Women with ADHD may use food as a means of soothing or coping from their ADHD symptoms. We’ll explore practical everyday strategies for mindful eating, including supermarket strategies, coping with negative self-talk around eating and body image, and healthy weight loss tips.

$13.00

Women with ADHD are predisposed to obesity, binge eating, and bulimia nervosa. ADHD can greatly negatively impact a woman’s ability to eat healthily. Women with ADHD may use food as a means of soothing or coping from their ADHD symptoms. We’ll explore practical everyday strategies for mindful eating, including supermarket strategies, coping with negative self-talk around eating and body image, and healthy weight loss tips.

 

About Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D.

Dr. Roberto Olivardia is a Clinical Psychologist, Lecturer in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and Clinical Associate at McLean Hospital. He maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Lexington, Massachusetts, where he specializes in the treatment of ADHD, OCD, and Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD). He is an internationally recognized expert in eating disorders and body image problems in boys and men. He has appeared in publications such as TIME, GQ, and Rolling Stone, and has been featured on Good Morning America, EXTRA, CBS This Morning, CNN, and VH1. He has spoken on numerous radio and webinar shows and presents at many talks and conferences around the country. He currently sits on the Scientific Advisory Board for ADDitude Magazine and serves on the Professional Advisory Boards for Children and Adults with ADHD (CHADD), the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA) and the National Association for Males with Eating Disorders. He is an active member of Decoding Dyslexia-Massachusetts, an advocacy group promoting the needs of individuals with Dyslexia.

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