Making Food Your Friend Again: Looking Back to Move Forward
An Evening with Jessica Setnick
Thursday, January 19, 2017 | 6:30 – 8:30 pm | Free
Jessica Setnick, MS, RD, CEDRD, envisions a world where no one is ashamed to talk about emotional eating. After recovering from her own eating disorder and nearly two decades helping others as an eating disorder dietitian, Jessica now shares her insights with health professionals, educators, parents and students.
On January 19th join The Council on Recovery as Jessica leads us on the journey to understand, manage and improve our
own unwanted eating behaviors. Whether your relationship with food is confusing, frustrating or downright dysfunctional, Jessica provides an inspiring new perspective to support the process of acceptance leading to change.
A Half-Day Workshop for Clinicians
with Jessica Setnick MS, RD, CEDRD and Ann Spataro, LCSW
Friday, January 20, 2017 | 8:00 am – 12:00 pm | $25
3 CEUs Available to Participants
Jessica Setnick – Adapting Addiction Treatment Strategies to Manage Eating Issues
Dysfunctional eating behaviors sometimes resemble addictions so closely that our clients may describe themselves as “addicted” to food. In this presentation, Jessica Setnick will give examples of the similarities and differences between eating disorders and addictions and how we as professionals can help our clients channel their addiction recovery skills to manage and heal their eating issues.
Ann Spataro – Mindful Eating; Food for Thought
Mindful eating is not a diet. It is about changing our relationship with food, getting back in touch with our hunger and satiety signals and recognizing what emotions often hijack our commitment to improved health. Mindful eating explores the impact of how an individual eats rather than what an individual eats. In this presentation, Ann Spataro will provide experiential exercises designed to inspire a Mindful Eating practice.