Skip to Content

“Once you start to do things differently you start to realize there is another way to live life, and in this other way to live life my addiction or this stronghold that food has on me starts to dissipate a little bit more with every better decision. . .”

Dr. Tasha Ford

In the second of a two-part podcast, our guest Dr. Tasha Ford continues her discussion about emotional eating. She focuses on conceptual frameworks and strategies to assist clients to change their eating behavior. Dr. Ford describes the role of social work education, multidisciplinary approaches, mindfulness, and grassroots activities in addressing the individual and sociocultural impacts on emotional eating and behavior change.

Tasha Ford, PhD, MSW, LISW-S, earned her PhD in health psychology from Walden University and her master’s in social work from Cleveland State University. Tasha currently works as a social work instructor for Bowling Green State University-Firelands and is an online adjunct psychology instructor for Capella University. Dr. Ford also runs a private practice. Previously, she worked as the clinical supervisor of an adult mental health team with Murtis Taylor Human Services System in Cleveland, Ohio. Her research interests include but are not limited to emotional eating and obesity, self-care, aging and wellness, and academic-induced stress and anxiety across the lifespan.

Interviewer: Carissa Uschold, LCSW

Show Notes

Join the discussion

More from this show

The inSocialWork Podcast

The inSocialWork Podcast