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Sensitivity and Eating Disorders
October 14, 2014 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm$215
Six week series: Tuesdays from Oct 14th – Nov 18th 4:00-5:30pm
The correlation between the trait of high sensitivity and emotional eating is undeniable. The highly sensitive person is more likely to be overwhelmed, over stimulated and over aroused by the high level of processing and analyzing that naturally comes with a fragile nervous system. This is precisely where food comes into play. Food becomes an escape route from a world that seems too much to handle. Join Bree and Kate in this six-week class series that aims to educate around the trait of sensitivity while also giving specific tools to those looking to navigate the world without using food as a crutch.
Bree Greenberg-Benjamin, the founder and director of the Vermont Center for Integrative Therapy, holds a masters degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialty in Marriage and Family Therapy. Additionally, she has been teaching yoga and incorporating it therapeutically for over 10 years. Her therapeutic interests have focused on integrative treatment for Eating Disorders, Trauma and Addiction. Bree has presented at numerous conferences and events nationwide on topics including; the use of yoga in therapy, spirituality as a healing tool, and energy medicine. Learn more about Bree here.
“As a highly sensitive person, I understand how easy it is to get completely lost in the depth of all that we feel. I get how remarkably simple it is to fall into addictions to cope with this depth. Having known numb really well, I empathize with living partly between the worlds of the living and the dead. But most of all, I wholeheartedly grasp what sensitive souls are capable of when they are not struggling with addiction to food, thoughts, and control. Knowing this, I have no choice but to guide them to a place of healing; a place of perceiving the vastness of all they are so that they may contribute to the world with their incredible complexity. The world needs this.” –Kate. Read more about Kate here.
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$215 for the 6-week series
Medicaid is accepted.
Work-Study: We have one work-study spot available for this group. If you are interested in attending this series for free in exchange for working at the center give us a call at 802-658-9440.
Contributing Participant: Part of our mission at VTCIT is to offer services to all those who would seek growth and healing, regardless of ability to pay. This program offers the option of participating in the series at the cost of $250, $35 of which will be contributed to our scholarship fund, which is used to reduce or eliminate the cost of VTCIT programs and services for those who need financial assistance. You can also contribute directly to this fund, in any amount you’d like, click here for more details.
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