Nancy Kolodny, MSW, LCSW

Nancy Kolodny, MA, MSW, LCSW, has worked in the field of eating disorders for over 20 years as a therapist, writer, speaker, and client advocate.  Her areas of specialization are the prevention and treatment of eating problems and disorders, phase-of-life issues, and the challenges of family dynamics.  Her book, When Food’s a Foe, was released in three editions (Little Brown ’87, ’92, & ‘98) and was chosen by Booklist as a Young Adult Nonfiction “Editor’s Choice” for 1988.  She also coauthored Smart Choices: A Guide to Surviving at Home and in School, Dating and Sex, Dealing with Crises, Applying to College, and More (Little Brown ’86) and How to Survive Your Adolescent’s Adolescence (Little Brown ’84) which was selected as a resource by the National PTA and The March of Dimes, and by CBS Educational and Community Services.  Kolodny has developed and implemented educational programs and workshops within both the public and private sectors, has served as a media consultant, and has appeared on television and radio in connection with her books.  She has a private practice in Norwalk, CT, is listed in several “Who’s Who” volumes and is the mother of three adult daughters.

BOOKS BY Nancy Kolodny, MSW, LCSW