ACA Podcast Series


Since 2008, ACA has provided a series of podcasts aimed to help you save time and money as you strive to stay well-informed on professional issues.

These podcasts—prerecorded interviews posted on the ACA website—can be downloaded to your computer so that you can listen to them at your convenience while at home or work. They also can be added to your iPod for use while taking a walk, on the treadmill, in the car, or whenever you have time.

Most podcasts offer opportunities to earn Continuing Education credits.  If you are interested in earning CE credits click here.  

The podcasts can also be accessed by visiting:  Once you are on this page, click on “Online Courses”, and filter the search by clicking “Product Type” and selecting podcasts.

Transcripts for select podcasts can be found by clicking here.

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HT069 - Hunger, Hope and Healing

Sarahjoy Marsh, M.A.

Podcast transcript available by clicking here.

In this podcast, Sarahjoy Marsh, M.A. talks about her work and her new book called “Hunger, Hope, and Healing.” Sarahjoy earned a Masters in Counseling and has been training yoga teachers, yoga outreach volunteers, and mental health providers on the tools of yoga therapy for 20 years. Her teachings are informed by personal life events, including serious injury from a car accident, resulting in a hip replacement at 42 and early life struggles with disordered eating behaviors.

Ms. Marsh fuses yoga with psychology, neuroscience, breathing interventions, and mindfulness techniques, to bring readers with disordered eating and body image issues a practical and accessible guide to recovery. She is a student and scholar of yoga with 22 years of professional teaching experience and 25 years of yogic study.

Sarahjoy Marsh, MA, is a counselor and a certified yoga teacher. She has a good deal of experience with disordered eating patterns and body image issues, and for those living with anxiety, depression, and trauma. Through her work with addiction and recovery, as well as her decades of commitment to working with those whose lives have been impacted by marginalization (poverty, prejudice, lack of access to resources such as education, health care, or mental health support), she has created an accessible library of tools.

Running time: 54 minutes

MP3, 37.57 MB
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