The Intersection of Abuse and Disordered Eating

  • 22 Jul 2013
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
  • Teleconference

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  • CPE/CEU's are available to members for attending this live teleconference.

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As much as we’d like to leave our history of childhood abuse behind, its legacy continues in the “welcome-back” wink of the fridge light as the door is eased open in an after-hours house. It’s there when we pull into the fast food drive-through lane, sitting strapped in  and trapped, waiting to be caught with our hand in the cookie jar. It’s there in the secret hiding spots that hold seductive comfort and sweet forbidden relief. Understanding the ways in which abuse and trauma impact a survivor’s relationship with eating and food can help us see that resistance to change is often fear.







Participants will be able to:
·      Articulate how fear can manifest as resistance
·      State two ways in which childhood  trauma leads to disordered eating
·      Learn a simple meditation to interrupt habituated craving
CPE/CEUs available for TCME members. 
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Phone access:  This teleconference is free and open to everyone interested in mindful eating, including professionals from all disciplines.
(559) 726-1300
Participant Code: 858168 #
Skype: freeconferencecallhd.5597261300


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