END COMPUSLIVE OVEREATING
WE UNDERSTAND THAT WOMEN STRUGGLING WITH COMPULSIVE OVEREATING AND BINGEING DESCRIBE THE HIGHEST LEVELS OF DISTRESS. MANY HAVE DIFFICULTY SPEAKING TO EVEN THEIR CLOSEST SUPPORTERS ABOUT THESE STRUGGLES. BUT WE WANT TO WELCOME YOU TO A SAFE PLACE WHERE YOU CAN FIND REAL ANSWERS AND END THIS PAINFUL CYCLE FOR GOOD.
Do you repeat a pattern of eaing large amounts of food and feel that your eating is out of control?
Do you feel confused about why you keep doing this despite repeated attempts to stop?
Does the cycle lead to feelings of guilt, shame, and hopelessness?
When | November 9, 2019
Time | 9:00am - 12:00pm
Cost | $300
Who | Adult Women
How balanced nutrition can take away your cravings
How your brain’s survival instincts are powerful participants in this process
What triggers your urges and how to cope when they strike
How to switch off your internal critic
How to build confidence and hope that you can stop bingeing
Call us to register and
end the cycle for good
In this workshop you will discover
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR
Zanita B. Zody, PhD has been working in the field of disordered eating treatment and prevention for over 20 years. Currently she provides outpatient care at Sundstrom Clinical Services and is adjunct faculty in Lewis & Clark's eating disorder track. Prior to that, she ran three of Monte Nido's four eating disorder treatment facilities in Oregon. This included Clementine, a residential treatment facility for adolescent girls, which she opened for Monte Nido in 2016.
Zanita has substantial experience running workshops and training events for both large and small groups on topics such as disordered eating, eating disorders and body image and is regularly asked to train professionals on the treatment of eating disorders.