Author: Heidi Dalzell

Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD, is a Clinical Psychologist, specializing in eating disorders and trauma. Dr. Dalzell has a busy private practice focusing on treating midlife eating disorders of all kinds, with a special interest in helping midlife women to stop binge. Dr. Dalzell also offers courses/eating disorder online coaching and is a prolific author on topics related to eating disorders, body image and spirituality. She is starting the journey of reinventing herself to extend her influence beyond the small Bucks County town where she grew up and currently practices. Visit her website at or join her Binge Eating at Midlife Facebook group
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Shame in the Workplace by @HeidiDalzell

by Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD. Too many women are terrified of taking risks and making a mistake, socially or otherwise, because they fear other people shaming them. Christiane Northrup, M.D., Goddesses Never Age I remember my first experience of being shamed in the workplace. It was before I’d made the leap to a psychology practice and […]

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6 Things Learned in Pitching to the Press

  by Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD. Building your brand? Want to increase your presence? Most of all, do you have something important to say? A great way to showcase your knowledge and talents is by sharing them with media outlets who then share your voice widely. There are a number of free and paid sites […]

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Overcoming Imposter Syndrome by @HeidiDalzell

by Heidi J. Dalzell, PsyD. “If you don’t believe you’re good enough or smart enough or informed enough to have a voice in the conversation, you never will.” Susie Moore, Life Coach and Entrepreneur Imposter syndrome is that oh so painful feeling of not measuring up. For many of us it’s a fact of life, […]

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We’re Green – Now What?

Back to the Office or Continuing Online Business owners in Pennsylvania have been more aware of traffic lights lately, at least those that signal we’re starting the process of reopening businesses. While therapy practices were considered “essential” during the pandemic, most of us have played it safe, entering the brave new world of online therapy. […]

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Reinventing Yourself: Healthcare Professionals in a Virtual World by @HeidiDalzell

by Heidi Dalzell Full disclosure. I began this journey of reinvention prior to our current reality of working from home. And I failed. Well, not failed exactly, more like hit a wall. As a psychologist with a busy, often too busy, private practice I knew that I had to find a way to get my […]

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