Following National Eating Disorder Awareness Week earlier this month, Straight Talk is revisiting a discussion on self-esteem and body image among teens and young people.
Host Tracey Masella is joined by Erin Kleifield, Ph.D., the director of Silver Hill Hospital’s Eating Disorders Program. Dr. Kleifield and Masella discuss measuring self-worth, social media’s impact on body image and warning signs of eating disorders in young people.
This episode of Straight Talk with Tracey, a Silver Hill Hospital production, first aired in August.
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Silver Hill Hospital is an 85-year old, not-for-profit psychiatric hospital with acute crisis stabilization and longer-term residential Transitional Living Programs. It admits 3,000 adolescents and adults annually for psychiatric disorders that include addiction, pain with co-occurring addiction, depression, bipolar disorder, eating disorders, schizophrenia and the Hospital specializes co-occurring diagnosis and treatment. Silver Hill is an academic affiliate of the Yale University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry.