Introduction to Eating Psychology -with Lisa Karasek
The Eating Psychology Introduction Workshop is designed to guide you through your own personal exploration of your Relationship with Food. This workshop is inspirational for anyone looking to gain weight, lose weight, maintain their weight, or who deal with the demons or strengths of body perception. This workshop is ideal for anyone who is struggling with balancing lifestyle choices with meals and having a career. This workshop is suited for heads of households and the grocery shopper. This workshop will help people who eat at restaurants but prefer to be in their kitchens. This workshop is designed to lift the stigma of diet and how it affects you.
WEEK 1 (Jan. 14) In this class you will hear an Introduction to the Psychology of Eating – and how that is different than everything you think you know about dieting.
WEEK 2 (Feb. 11) In this class you will begin to understand how emotional attachments and perceptions guide you in your choices.
WEEK 3 (Mar. 10) In this class you will begin a more profound and deeper exploration of your Personal Relationship with Food.
WEEK 4 (Apr. 14) In this class you will be expanding your work with your Personal Relationship with Food.
WEEK 5 (May 12) Class conclusion will be dictated by the groups’ journey and participation.
This class is a blend of lecture and personal work, of group conversation and relative exploration through case studies discussions. “Homework” exercises will be assigned. Materials recommended for this class include a fresh journal or notebook, and your favorite writing implements.
This class series begins on Thursday January 14th, 2016 at 7:30pm and will meet once monthly. Classes are held at 8232 Philadelphia Road in Rosedale, MD 21237. For more information and to register for this workshop, please call 443-552-0750, or email Lisa at LK.CEPC@gmail.com. To learn more about Lisa please visit www.LK-CEPC.com.
Because Everyone Deserves A Healthy Relationship with Food
*My classroom is a safe environment and you may choose to keep your inquiries and work private. Group conversation however is part of the intended design. The goal of this class is to provide the support you need. This work is a work in progress, and there are many paths to explore. I ask that everyone respect each other and not use the stories heard in class to disempower or disrespect fellow classmates.
*The use of cell phones for personal use is not allowed during class time.