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Research Participation

Women in Midlife with Eating Disorders:

Discovery, Recovery and Beyond

  • This heuristic study will illuminate how women over the age of 40 with eating disorders are living their process of recovery and beyond. The study will highlight their adoption, persistence, and the meaningfulness of contemplative practices in their daily life.

  • For more information about participating in this study, email 

  • For more information about Dr. Jamie Talbott, click here

  • Dr. T at LinkedIn

Dr. T in the Media

Eating Disorder Diagnoses are Growing in Women over 40

NPR, WESA-Pittsburgh, The Confluence--Podcast, December 2, 2019


Lynne Hayes-Freeland Show, KDKA-Pittsburgh

Part 1, Part 2

New Pittsburgh Courier, 9-25-2019 Article

Professor Continues Research on Women in Midlife

Point Park University

News, Rowland School of Business

2019-2020 Fellow, Institute for Social Innovation,

Domain: Mental and Physical Health

Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA

Disruptive Engagement

Essentials of Community Engagement Programming

At the Strategic Horizons Network

College President's Conference

Leading Societal Change: Social Entrepreneurs and Non-Profit Organizations

Topic: Social Entrepreneurs--Leaders Expanding Boundaries

International Leadership Association

16th Annual Global Conference

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