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Relating to Our Bodies with Self-Compassion

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This 2-hour workshop will help you address body image dissatisfaction by helping change the way you think about your body. Shifting focus from evaluation and critique to care, appreciation, and compassion.

Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 9-11am

Counseling office: 304 N. George St., Millersville, PA

In this workshop you will learn how to:

·       Put media images into perspective

·       Stay in tune with physical states such as hunger and fullness, pleasure and pain

·       Appreciate your body more fully

·       Support yourself during those times when you feel shame due to suffering, perceived failure, or feelings of inadequacy

·       Relate to your body with compassion

·       Distance from self-comparison/competition with others

Each session will be a combination of practice, lecture, and group discussion. Each session is taught in a supportive environment with no more than 8 people. 

Kelly F. Dennis MS LPC is the Facilitator. Contact [email protected] to reserve your space.  Cost: $75.00

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Eating Disorders…Much More Than Food

Eating Disorders such as Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Binge Eating Disorder are serious disorders that surprise many by their frequency. They can strike across all barriers, making sufferers miserable and robbing them of joy and satisfaction. Join Kelly F. Dennis MS LPC and Mountville Mennonite Church for a seminar discussing the various types of Eating Disorders and their treatment. Kelly is a Licensed Professional Counselor with an office in Millersville. She has experience in helping individuals and families work through mental health issues including, eating disorders, anxiety, & depression.

Kelly uses an approach that combines genetic, cognitive, social, spiritual, and cultural factors in assessing behavior. Participants will learn about various forms of Eating Disorders, their treatment and the role that community plays in recovery. 

Equip yourself to cope with an Eating Disorder, either in yourself or in someone you care about by attending this informative 2-hour seminar on Saturday, March 30, 2019, beginning at 9am. Contact Mountville Mennonite Church for more info: 717-285-3610.