Tune in this Monday, April 13th, from 2pm-5pm(Pacific)/5pm-8pm(Eastern), for an all NEW episode of Conversations With Cogee featuring Julie A. Fast (author of Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder: Understanding and Helping Your Partner) and Josie Spinardi (author of How to Have Your Cake and Your Skinny Jeans Too: Stop Binge Eating, Overeating and Dieting For Good, Get the Naturally Thin Body You Crave From the Inside Out).

Julie A. Fast was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age 17. She is a six time bestselling mental health author with over 350,000 copies of her books sold. Her books include Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder: Understanding and Helping Your Partner, Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder: A Four Step Plan to Help You and Your Loved Ones Manage the Illness and Find Lasting Stability, Get it Done When You’re Depressed: 50 Strategies for Keeping Your Life on Track and the Kindle eBook Bipolar Happens! She speaks regularly for major mental health organizations, appears on radio and television especially during mental health crises around the world, received the Eli Lilly Reintegration Award for her work in bipolar disorder management, blogs and writes an award winning column for BP (Bipolar) Magazine for which she won the Mental Health America excellence in journalism award, is on the expert registry of People Magazine, offers expert mental health advice on the Oprah and Dr. Oz website ShareCare.com, and was the original consultant for the Claire Danes character on Homeland. Julie is also a board member for ASHA International (www.MyAHSA.org) and works as a coach for family members and partners of people with mental health disorders. Julie deals with bipolar disorder daily. She stresses the importance of medications when needed, with a primary focus on the comprehensive management of the illness and believes stability is a realistic goal for all. Julie also stresses the importance of catching signs of mental health disorders at a young age and is currently working on a book for teenagers with bipolar disorder. For more information, please visit www.JulieFast.com, www.BipolarHappens.com (for more information on her bipolar disorder treatment plan), her blog at www.BipolarHappens.com/bhblog, at Julie A. Fast on Facebook and @JulieBipolar on Twitter.

Josie Spinardi has helped over two hundred thousand people worldwide successfully stop binge eating, overeating and make peace with food.

Combining her background in Psychological Research with her unique analytical adroitness, Josie has pioneered a new approach to behavioral change that eliminates undesirable habits, like binge eating, emotional eating, and overeating–without deprivation or willpower.

As Senior Database Architect for Oracle’s largest US Decision Support Database, Josie not only garnered praise from Harvard Business School for her outside of the box solution-focused innovations, she acquired the analytical framework to eradicate problems, like binge eating, with a radically different approach. And by different, we mean better. Women around the world are drawn to Josie’s profound actionable insights delivered with her warm engaging wit.

When people and therapists alike have a problem with binge eating, emotional eating or overeating they can’t solve, they call Josie Spinardi because she delivers. Josie’s clients include therapists, medical professionals, business professionals, homemakers, students, singers and songwriters, and even a Hollywood television actress or two. Josie’s books have helped women stop binge eating, emotional eating and overeating, master their relationship with food, and get thin in over twenty countries. Visit http://www.josie-spinardi.com and follow her @JosieSpinardi

Tune in this Monday, from 2-5PT/5-8ET on KLAV 1230 AM – The Talk of Las Vegas. Listen Live online at www.ConversationsWithCogee.com and with the smartphone app TuneIn (search for KLAV). Callers are welcome to call in at (702)731-1230. Follow Cogee on twitter @cogeetalk

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