Dr. Muhlheim is interviewed frequently as a subject matter expert on eating disorders and other mental health topics. She has been interviewed for the following stories:
Huffington Post (2020) Let’s Eat Together Videos on TikTok Help Teens Struggling With Eating Disorders
Forbes (2020) 4 Topics to Avoid at Work
Aaptiv (2020) Is it Ever Okay to Comment on Someone’s Weight?
Women’s Health (2020) ‘Doctors Dismissed My Anorexia Because I Wasn’t Underweight’
Bustle (2020) What are the Symptoms of OSFED?
Paste Magazine (2020) Shrill Season 2 Gets to the Mother of All Food Stigmas
SheKnows (2019): Why I’ve Stopped Congratulating People on Their Weight Loss
HealthiNation (2019): The Dangers of Dieting Apps for Kids, According to a Psychologist
Shape (2018): What to Do When Intuitive Eating Just Isn’t Sticking
Fupping (2018): How To Prevent Perfectionism From Ruining Your Life
The Washington Post (2018): Kim Kardashian’s sisters told her she looked ‘so skinny’ and ‘anorexic.’ Her response is getting backlash.
Reader’s Digest (2018): 14 Subtle Signs You’re a Hypochondriac
Thriveworks, (2018): Improve Your Body Image With These 8 Steps
The Daily Beast (2017): How America’s Diet Culture Hinders Those With Eating Disorders
Quartz (2017): Is wellness culture creating a new kind of eating disorder?
Healthline (2017): Was Google Maps’ ‘Calorie Counter’ App a Bad Idea?
Ethos News (2017): Brawny, Burly, Bigorexia
Scholastic Choices Idea Book (2017): What You Need to Know About Teaching Eating Disorders
Social Work Today (2017): Family-Based Treatment of Adolescents With Eating Disorders
Huffington Post (2017): Things to Focus on Instead of Weight Loss or Dieting This New Year
Huffington Post (2016): Keanu Reeves and Other Stars Make Powerful PSA Supporting World Eating Disorders Action Day
Huffington Post (2016): 3 Ways to Support Someone in Recovery from an Eating Disorder
The Riveter (2014): One App A Day
San Antonio Express News (2014): Social media may hurt body image
Everyday Health (2014): How to Spot Eating Disorders in Men
September, 2020: Diva Behavior: Disordered eating, celeb culture and RHOBH — with Dr. Lauren Muhlheim
October, 2019: Life with ED: The Podcast: When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder with Lauren Muhlheim
September, 2019: The National Register Clinical Consult Podcast: Atypical Anorexia Treatment Considerations (with Alli Spotts-De Lazzer)
Dr. Muhlheim also was a consultant to the 2017 Netflix movie, To the Bone starring Lily Collins and Keanu Reeves.
She met with Keanu Reeves to help him prepare for his role.
She also helped arrange with the cast and crew to make a special PSA about the Nine Truths About Eating Disorders which can be viewed here.