Jennifer Rollin, an eating disorder therapist based in Rockville, Maryland, once personally struggled with an eating disorder. It was Jennifer Rollin’s own triumph over her eating disorder, which inspired her to co-write the book “The Inside Scoop on Eating Disorder Recovery: Advice from Two Therapists Who Have Been There” with Dr. Colleen Reichmann.
The Inside Scoop on Eating Disorder Recovery is a fresh, smart, how-to book that includes chapters on different eating disorder recovery topics.
“I co-wrote the book because it was the resource that I wished that I’d had when I was going through eating disorder recovery. We tried to touch on a bunch of important topics and also included personal anecdotes throughout.” Jennifer Rollin says.
“A book like this has the potential to make a massive difference. It’s down-to-earth, speaks to the actual needs and interests of the target audience, is written by two highly-regarded leaders in the field, and may truly change and save lives. This is a vital book, and I will personally refer my patients to buy it.” -Jennifer Gaudiani, MD, founder and medical director of Gaudiani Clinic, Author of Sick Enough
Jennifer Rollin and Colleen Reichmann use humor in the book to make what can be a heavy topic more readable and engaging. The book covers multiple kinds of eating disorders including binge eating disorder, anorexia, and orthorexia, as well as a variety of eating disorder related topics.
“We wanted to cover topics that are often left out of traditional eating disorder recovery books that were crucial to our own recoveries,” Jennifer Rollin explains.
What People Are Saying About Jennifer Rollin and Colleen Reichmann’s Book:
“The pro-recovery messages that Jennifer and Colleen tirelessly work to put into the world help so many people find their own voice to shout back at their eating disorder with. This book feels like having two best friends fighting there with you (who just happen to be armed with sh*t tonnes of research, qualifications and personal experience, too). It’s accessible, inclusive and encouraging, and I can see it being a starting point to the peace that everyone in recovery deserves to find with food, movement and their bodies. –Megan Jayne Crabbe, author of Body Positive Power.
“Written with a breezy personal style, yet rooted in professional expertise and research, The Inside Scoop is heartfelt, practical, and easy to read. If you ever wanted to ask an eating disorder professional who had their own recovery experience, ‘Knowing what you know now, what do you wish you had known while in the midst of your struggle?’–– this book’s for you.” – Anita Johnston, PhD, Author of Eating in the Light of the Moon
“Equal parts informative, vulnerable, practical and laugh-out-loud funny, The Inside Scoop on Eating Disorder Recovery is a wonderful addition to the eating disorder books on the market. I loved this book and I know it is going to help so many!” –Amanda White, LPC, Owner of Therapy for Women.