Local nonprofit, Rock Recovery, will lead a four-week workshop designed to help you break free from struggles with food and body dissatisfaction. Whether it is compulsive exercise or eating, focusing on your waistline or how much you can bench press, how we view ourselves can become an obsession. Your life, your relationships and your social calendar don’t have to revolve around food.
Experience what living free looks like. Each week will include a teaching (rooted in evidence-based mental health practices and Scripture), group discussion, and prayer.
If you’re ready to experience a life that is no longer defined by your relationship with food or your body, then register today. Cost is $25 for the four week workshop, REGISTER HERE.
For questions about this group, email Kristyn Soto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weekly discussion focus:
June 7th: Free from stigma (Mythbusting around food/image)
June 14th: Free from shame (What does God say about my struggle?)
June 21st: Learning to live free (Practical interventions and support)
June 28th: Stories of freedom (Testimonials)
Find out more about Rock Recovery >>>> Here.
Group Leader: Heather Clark, LCPC - Clinical Director, Rock Recovery
Heather is a licensed counselor, focusing on disordered eating, including binge eating disorder, bulimia, anorexia, body dissatisfaction, chronic dieting, intuitive eating, and orthorexia. She also enjoys counseling those dealing with anxiety, self-worth, shame, self-compassion, and Christian spirituality/spiritual trauma. Heather is passionate about the Health At Every Size(R) philosophy and approach to work (and to life!). Heather earned her B.A. in Mass Communications in 2007, and her M.A. in Professional Counseling in 2015.