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Getting Real About Change – How to Approach Life Transitions.

It’s no accident that many of us get a little freaked out about making changes or approaching transitions in our daily lives. The Holmes-Rahe Life Stress Inventory, a tool used by doctors to gauge stress levels and the probability of stress-related health breakdowns, directly correlates physical health with relatively low amounts of life change. That … Continue reading Getting Real About Change – How to Approach Life Transitions.

Workshop Reminder – Healing Emotional Over-Eating: A Compassionate Approach on March 30th

Hello All! This is just a quick reminder that Healing Emotional Over-Eating: A Compassionate Approach, is happening in Keene, New Hampshire, just one week from today! I'll be co-faciliating with Ruth Goldstein, RD, providing information and skills to address emotional over-eating from a place of understanding and self-kindness. Tickets are still available! If you or … Continue reading Workshop Reminder – Healing Emotional Over-Eating: A Compassionate Approach on March 30th

Once more, with feeling: On intention & living your values.

I recently completed Brene Brown's Dare To Lead (read it; it's wonderful and you will be better for it). Within the book's beautiful contents are a few pages dedicated to Values from which we choose to intentionally conduct ourselves. The reader is asked to select two Values that resonate with them, and challenged to curate a … Continue reading Once more, with feeling: On intention & living your values.

Speaking up is hard to do: Reasons we struggle to self-assert.

Self-assertiveness is a major theme in my work with clients. I work predominantly with clients with issues with eating, and it is very common for clients with these issues to "restrict" their emotions and thoughts, resulting in unwanted bingeing or purging behaviors. Learning to speak up for oneself is an important part of the healing … Continue reading Speaking up is hard to do: Reasons we struggle to self-assert.

How to Get Big & Take Up Space, Emotionally Speaking.

Winter is not a stretchy season. It's cold all of the time, and we're indoors alot, and things can start to feel a little cramped. With all this time to huddle up, it's a very good season for some intentional emotional work and self-reflection. How about considering how to take a leap and put yourself … Continue reading How to Get Big & Take Up Space, Emotionally Speaking.