Disordered Eating as a Cultural Response
Your body is not the enemy; the real enemy is diet culture When I decided to write this blog in honour or National Eating Disorders...
Maclean's Article on Walk and Talk:
Barrett-Wallis, R., & Goodwill , A. (2020). The Enhanced Critical Incident Technique Investigation of Girls’ Perceptions of Prosocial Connectedness in a Wraparound Program. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 54(4), 756-777.
Owens, R. L., Baugh, L. M., Barrett-Wallis, R., Hui, N., & McDaniel, M. M. (2018). Strengths across the lifespan: A qualitative analysis of developmental trajectories and influential factors. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 4(3), 265-276.
Barrett-Wallis, R. (2018). Gang interrupted : An investigation of what helps and hinders girls’ prosocial connectedness
Click here to find a link to a podcast with Casey Zavaleta where we talk about Mental Health and Boundaries in the time of Covid-19. Topics include:
Why ups and downs are normal right now
The loss of structure, transitions and defined roles
Emotional complexity (feeling different emotions at the same time
The pressure of productivity
The danger of comparison & assumptions
Dealing with the threat of scarcity
Fight, flight, freeze and fawn
Why old habits might be resurfacing right now
How virtual hangouts are different than “real” ones
Setting parameters around virtual hangouts
Dynamics of quarantine with a partner