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Mend: Healing Your Relationship With Your Body & Food

Emotional Overeating Workshop

If you are ready to treat yourself with the kindness you offer others, if you are eager to step outside of a dieting cycle that only introduces more shame, if you want a sustainable, nourishing relationship with food and your body, then this workshop is the right place for you.

This 10-session support group provides the space to improve your health and life - without any judgments, ridiculous food rules, and unfounded promises. Because we don’t diet here.

Who Can Attend: Adult women struggling with overeating

What will be Covered: Learn to build trust around food with intuitive eating and gentle nutrition, to choose self-care over self-defeat, and to nurture and reconnect with your body based on Body Kindness Principles.

When: Tuesdays, 5-6:30pm; May 15th-July 24th Where: 935 N. Washington Ave Lansing, MI 48906

Cost: Introductory price of $240, includes workbook – payment plans available

Please contact Annie Giupponi, LMSW at (724) 454-9024 or email annie@rootedcounselingmi.com to inquire about future workshop offerings.

 

Overcoming an Eating Disorder: Recovery-Focused Skills for Caregivers and Supports

Who Can Attend: Parents or caregivers of adolescents or young adults working towards recovery from eating disorder.

What will be Covered: Skills workshop for parents (covering communication skills, meal support, navigating conflict, caregiver styles, etc.), nutrition education with eating-disorder specialist Karen Giles-Smith, RD, and a process group for parents to discuss current struggles and receive support.

Location: 935 N. Washington Ave Lansing, MI 48906

Cost: $140/person; $170/couple

Please contact Annie Giupponi, LMSW at (724) 454-9024 or email annie@rootedcounselingmi.com to inquire about future workshop offerings.

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— Brene Brown