What it feels like to learn. Invited piece for The Essential Life.
September 21, 2017
In this piece, written for the Essential Life, Hillary writes about learning from shame, the desire to grow, self compassion, eating disorder recovery.
The Liturgists Podcast Episode 49 – Spiritual Trauma
May 16, 2017
On this episode of the Liturgists, hosts Michael Gungor and Science Mike discuss spiritual trauma: what it is, how to cope with it, and how to support others through it. Special guests are Hillary McBride, Teresa Pasquale Mateus, and Carol Howard Merritt about trauma in spiritual contexts.
One Brave Night: Interview with The meltdown guide: Hillary McBride on Feminist therapy, mental health, body image and eating disorders
Friday April 7, 2017
In this video, Hillary shares some information about her perspective on therapy, and how women can have healthier relationships with their bodies in a world which teaches them to feel so much body shame
Inglorious Pasterns Podcast: Episode 54
Trauma and Spirituality with Hillary McBride
Wednesday February 22, 2017
In this episode of Inglorious Pasterds Podcast Hillary McBride talks about the neurobiology of trauma, and the relationship between trauma and spirituality.
TW: incest, sexual abuse, physical and emotional abuse, PTSD, military trauma
UBC- spotlight on Hillary McBride
Wednesday February 15, 2017
Hillary McBride is a second year Ph.D. student in Counselling Psychology, under the research supervision of Dr. Judith Daniluk. During her doctoral studies, Hillary continues the research she started in her Masters: exploring women’s relationships with their bodies, particularly when women feel comfortable and appreciative of their own bodies. She is also involved in ongoing research about women’s postpartum sexual health, and perinatal mental health – supporting women’s well-being during pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period, as well as the experience of being a female doctoral student.
Bikini Bodies: Learning to love myself through another woman’s day at the beach
January 15, 2016
I didn’t realize until it was a few days into my trip to Hawaii over a recent holiday that there would be bikinis involved. More specifically, there would be a bikini on my body, and the bodies of other women who were also at the beach. I had been working so hard to finish my semester at school, wrap up all the loose ends at work before heading off for vacation with my family, that this simple fact seemed to escape me. It might seem confusing why this is even something worth mentioning – especially since I packed my own suit, and willingly consented to going on this family trip- I’ll get into that.
Yes! You CAN Raise a Daughter Who Loves Her Body!
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
If I had read the title of this post a few years ago, I would have had two reactions: ‘that’s not possible’, and ‘tell me more.’ I would have been split down the middle between believing that we exist in a world where loving our bodies as women is nearing impossibility, and wanting desperately to know that it didn’t have to be that way.