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Real Body Talk

Created and Hosted by Jennifer Kreatsoulas, PhD

Real Body Talk dives into honest conversations about mental health issues and cultural messaging related to body image in the age of social media. Experts featured on the show provide tips for how to create a balanced, well-rounded sense of self-worth and to be empowered in your body and life.

→ Watch Real Body Talk on YouTube and Channel 21 (community television serving Radnor, Lower Merion, and Narberth, PA).


Episode 1: Body Image and Perfectionism

With Dr. Jenna DiLossi, PsyD, NCC, LPC

The premier episode of Real Body Talk explores the intersection of body image and perfectionism. Join me and Dr. Jenna DiLossi for a REAL chat about the challenges of accepting ourselves and the role or self-compassion in building a balanced, well-rounded sense of self-worth. Jenna DiLossi is the cofounder and clinical directory of the Center for Hope and Health.

Connect with Dr. Jenna: https://www.centerforhopeandhealth.com


 

Episode 2: Black, White, or Mixed?

With Daralyse Lyons

Meet the dynamic Darlyse Lyons—actress, author, and host of the Transformational Storyteller Podcast. In episode 2, Daralyse and Jennifer have a REAL chat about self-image and multiracial identity. Learn about the inspiration behind Daralyse’s award-winning children’s book, I’m Mixed, and how she's learned to embrace ALL aspects of herself. Connect with Daralyse: https://www.daralyselyons.com



 

Episode 3: Raising Our Girls to Feel Confident in Their Bodies

With Keisha Hudson and Nicole McGruder

How do we raise our girls to feel confident in their bodies? In episode 3 of Real Body Talk, Jennifer interviews Girl Scout Troop leaders Keisha Hudson and Nicole Keels-McGruder to learn how they empower girls to build "courage, confidence, and character." Tune in for tips on how to help the girls in your life flourish in mind and body.



 

Episode 4: Finding Self-Acceptance Through Expressive Arts

With Erin Byron, MA

How can we use creativity to heal our relationship with food? How can self-expression improve body image? In episode 4 of Real Body Talk, Jennifer sits down with Erin Byron, MA, psychotherapist and author of Yoga for the Creative Soul to discuss the role of expressive arts and creative expression in understanding the voices that compete within us about food, identity, and body image. Erin shares tips for how to tap into your creativity and become empowered in your relationship with food and your body. Connect with Erin: http://erinbyron.com, http://yogaforthecreativesoul.com


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→ Watch Real Body Talk on YouTube and Channel 21 (community television serving Radnor, Lower Merion, and Narberth, PA).