Archive for the ‘Videos & Podcasts’ Category
June Alexander in podcast with Karin Lewis on eating disorder recovery and the diary
A podcast with eating disorder therapist Karin Lewis tells of how a love of writing and family helped me to forge a life of my own, beyond a 44-year battle with anorexia nervosa. As background to the podcast interview, Karin invited me to..
What does an eating disorder look like to you?
Do you think you can tell a person has an eating disorder just by their appearance? Do you think a person with an eating disorder looks a certain way? Do you think they are either very fat or very thin,..
Interview: Mamamia’s podcast ‘The Quicky’
We thank Mamamia and The Quicky for helping to raise awareness about eating disorders (ED) and in particular, EDs impacting adult women. June was delighted to share her story and the message that recovery is possible at every age. Click here to..
June speaks with Dr. Cynthia M. Bulik – Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative
June was delighted to join Dr. Cynthia M. Bulik, principal investigator for the Eating Disorders Genetics Initiative (EDGI), for a Facebook Live recently. June speaks about her story and experience of anorexia nervosa, and how diary writing can help people..
Routledge ‘Experts on Mental Health’ hub
June was thrilled to be invited to contribute to the Routledge Experts on Mental Health hub. You can access the hub via this link – look for June’s video at the top of the list: How can diary writing help..
Interview with June Alexander – OCR FM (Geelong)
June was interviewed recently by Edwina and Greg McHenry on Community Connect. Listen via iTunes or OCR FM podcasts.
Podcast: A Girl Called Tim: Escape from an Eating Disorder Hell
Hello – I’m June Alexander, and I’m going to speak to you today about my memoir, A Girl Called Tim: Escape from an Eating Disorder Hell. I’m going to read from my memoir, and first of all I’m going to read..
The surprising prevalence of eating disorders among older people
Eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia are often thought of as diseases that affect young people. However there’s growing evidence that thousands of older Australians are also suffering silently. Older women are particularly susceptible, especially when their bodies are going..
June Alexander’s videos
Three-part series June filmed as part of a CQU course: Part 1: Part 2: Part 3: An interview with June for the Centre of Excellence in Eating Disorders (CEED), featured on the website reachoutandrecover.com.au: An introductory video for thediaryhealer.com: An..
Making waves on radio
Listen to Paula Konetjl and Hayden Miller, The Morning Crew on Geelong BayFM 93.9, interview June about eating disorders and the important messages in My Kid Is Back and A Girl Called Tim. Geelong 93.9BayFM — Making waves in the fight against eating disorders..