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The Continuum: Dieting, Meal Planning and Intuitive Eating

  • Mar 7, 2014 · 6:30 PM
  • Marin Healing Collaborative

Most of us are born intuitive eaters, basing our eating behaviors on our innate bodily cues of hunger, satiety, and fullness. As we experience dieting, body hatred, or emotional eating, we learn to ignore these bodily cues, often becoming dependent on diet and fat thoughts to guide our eating. This lecture will explain the differences between dieting, meal planning and intuitive eating, and will discuss how meal planning can make feared foods "safe" again as you transition from disordered eating to intuitive eating.
Sabine Haake R.D. holds a B.S. in Nutritional Science and Clinical Dietetics with advanced specialty training in Eating Disorders from U.C. Berkeley. She worked for 20 years with individuals and groups to facilitate normalized eating and manage stressors during the recovery process in a non-judgmental manner. She has successfully implemented the modified Maudsley method for teenage clients and their families and publicly spoke to local school communities about the prevention of childhood obesity and body image crisis in our society. Sabine Haake R.D. works in her private practice in Marin and SanFrancisco.
Carol Normandi, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist and specializes in eating disorders and body image disturbances. She has extensive experience as an individual therapist, speaker, and facilitator of groups and workshops. She is co-author of It's Not About Food: End Your Obsession with Food and Weight, and Over It: A Teen's Guide to Getting Beyond Obsessions with Food and Weight. She is also cofounder of Beyond Hunger, a nonprofit organization that provides support groups, workshops and education for individuals with eating disorders and body image disturbances.

Laurelee Roark, MA., CCHT, has facilitated support groups, led workshops, and lectured about eating disorders for over 20 years. She is co-author of It's Not About Food: End Your Obsession with Food and Weight, and Over It: A Teen's Guide to Getting Beyond Obsessions with Food and Weight. She is also cofounder of Beyond Hunger, a nonprofit organization that provides support groups, workshops and education for individuals with eating disorders and body image disturbances.

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  • Daisy

    Is this going to be a lecture or a workshop? Fact based or discussiom based?

    February 26, 2014

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