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This is beyond inspiring! They refused to eat anything that wasn’t fresh and made with love. Deep. I’m totally moving to Bolivia. Who’s down?
Most individuals with eating disorders have not only developed a poor relationship with food, but with their bodies and their senses as well. They have essentially cut themselves off from the body’s signals and sensations and instead engage in a constant litany of food rules and regulations, never being truly satisfied, and ending up either restricting or mindlessly eating.
This presentation will focus on helping nutritionists and clinicians understand how mindfulness increases awareness without criticism or judgment - that is, deliberately paying attention, fully aware of what is happening both internally and in the surrounding environment. Attendees will learn the steps to help their clients change their relationships with food, eating, their bodies, and their experience of being fully present in the world