But it takes some hard work to dismantle years or decades of following diet culture.
The Intuitive Eating workbook is excellent but we make the most progress when we work through faulty thinking in relationship with others…
People who make us feel safe and help us use compassion and curiosity with our thoughts…
Who will help us build the skills needed to take our Intuitive Eating journey to the next level.
Our step-by-step Intuitive Eating Workbook Deep Dive is a 10-week group program, facilitated by a trauma-informed dietitian, for women who desire to move from “knowing” intuitive eating to “being” an intuitive eater so they can leave diet culture and movement issues behind for good!
$400 if paid in full
Or 3 payments of $150 each – first due at sign-up and every 4 weeks after.
Get expert guidance from a trauma-informed, non-diet dietitian for a fraction of the cost of one-on-one sessions.
The Intuitive Eating Workbook Group Program will help you move from just knowing the intuitive eating principles to figuring out how, what, when, and why you eat so you can remove the barriers that are keeping you from true food and body freedom, allowing you to live life to its fullest!
What would life look like if food could ALWAYS just be food and you could stop bashing your body for good? More peace? More joy? More purpose? More laughter?
Just think of how amazing it would feel to stop worrying about your weight. Or the relief you’d feel from having coping strategies other than reaching for more food when you feel stressed or bored? Or how satisfying it would be to know you’re taking good care of yourself, without the obsession?
One of the amazing dietitians on our team, McKenzie Brown, will be your host for the 10 weekly Zoom sessions. She’s a registered and licensed dietitian nutritionist who received her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics and her Master’s in Public Health from Samford University in Birmingham, AL.
McKenzie has experience working in both eating disorder treatment and mental health treatment centers. Being a certified intuitive eating counselor, she cares deeply about restoring people’s relationships with food and body image. She desires to help individuals connect with their food, body, and mind in a soulful way.
She finds ultimate fulfillment in guiding others to a place of healing – where they no longer experience fear or guilt around food and can live out their life’s purpose in freedom.
Working with a trauma-informed, non-diet dietitian has been a game changer for me. I learned about intuitive eating five years ago. I stopped dieting, read all the books, listened to all the podcasts, followed influencers in the non-diet space and still I struggled with weight worries and eating when I wasn’t hungry or eating past full. I’m finally uncovering my barriers to being an intuitive eater, engaging in joyful movement and accepting my body as it is. I’ve had a safe space to dig deep and wrestle with tough questions. I’m so grateful I finally decided to stop trying to do this on my own but wish I would have worked with someone at the beginning of my journey. It would have saved me a lot of time and struggle.