Therapy Thoughts
Therapy Thoughts
Nov 24, 2020
Episode 46: Banishing the Stigma Around Binge Eating Disorder with Jennifer Rollin
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This week Tiffany sits down to talk all things Binge Eating Disorder (BED) with Jennifer Rollin. Jennifer Rollin works regularly as a therapist for clients with BED and brings A LOT of expertise to this conversation. Also, the two talk about stigma surrounding mental health support for therapists in the field. This is a great episode if you or someone you know is struggling with bingeing in any form. There is no restrictions on who suffers from binge eating and deserves help. As Jennifer says, "if you're bingeing, you're sick enough."

More About Jennifer:

Jennifer Rollin is an eating disorder therapist and founder of The Eating Disorder Center. She has been interviewed speaking about eating disorders on ABC, NBC, PBS, and NBC. She has been named as one of the top eating disorder experts in the country.

You can find Jennifer on Instagram at @jennifer_rollin and at

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