Podcasts & Downloads

Welcome to the Bodywhys Podcasts & downloads page. Here you can subscribe to the new Bodywhys podcasting service. This section of the site also features all the audio / video downloads that are located throughout the site on one page.

 

Audio Downloads 

 
Lecture On Eating Disorders For GP's

Event: Evening Lecture On Eating Disorders For GP's

Date: February 2007

Venue: St Patrick's Hospital, Dublin

 
Relaxation Exercise 1

Audio relaxation excersise that can be done lying down or sitting.

Length: 7:47min

Size: 7MB

Format: 128k MP3

 
Relaxation Exercise 2

Audio relaxation excersise that can be done lying down or sitting.

Length: 9:43min

Size: 4.45MB

Format: 64k MP3

 
 

Podcasts Section 

 
Developing A Personal Relationship With Food - From A Gestalt Perspective

Event: Developing a Personal Relationship with Food - From a Gestalt Perspective by Mr Kevin McCann M.I.A.C.P. I.G.S.

Date: 18th March 2007

Venue: Extracts from an evening lecture in Tralee, Co. Kerry

 
Muscle Dysmorphia Interview Audio interview featuring a personal account of the condition know as Muscle Dysmorphia, sometimes referred to as reverse anorexia.
 
Susie Orbach Podcast Shownotes 18th May 2007

Event: Public Lecture: "Fat; Thin and Body Politics". Presented by the Irish Analytical Psychology Association.
Date: Friday 18th May 2007.
Venue: The Emmett Theatre, Arts Building, Trinity College, Dublin

About The Speaker:

Susie Orbach is a psychotherapist and writer. She co-founded The Women's Therapy Centre in 1976 and The Women's Therapy Centre Institute, a training institute in New York, in 1981.

Her books include Fat is a Feminist Issue, Hunger Strike, On Eating, What's Really Going on Here, Towards Emotional Literacy, and with Louise Eichenbaum Understanding Women, Between Women and What do Women Want. The Impossibility of Sex is a series of imagined tales from therapy told from the psychotherapist's point of view.

She is a founder member of ANTIDOTE (working for emotional literacy) and Psychotherapists for Social Responsibility. She is also convenor of ANYBODY (working on body diversity) and a board member of The International Association for Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Susie is currently a Visiting Professor at the LSE and has been a consultant to the World Bank, the NHS and Unilever. She has a clinical practice and works with both individuals and couples.

 
 

Videos 

 
Video Preview: Kate's Story

Video Preview: Kate's Story

Format: animated

Size: 3.2MB

Length: 00:15 seconds

 
Video: Kate's Story (Full Version)

Video: Kate's Story

Format: animated

Size: 69MB

Length: 04:29 minutes seconds

Note, this video is password-protected for use in conjunction with our school talks.