Free Recovery Webinar: The Path to Body Acceptance - How it Affects All Aspects of Recovery
The Path to Body Acceptance - How it Affects All Aspects of Recovery
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT - Register Here ANDWednesday, October 16, 2019 - 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT - Register Here
Yes, body acceptance is indeed possible, even in our diet-focused culture—you just need to know the formula to befriend your body and trust in its wisdom.
Rachel Tenny, MA, LPC, Renfrew's Alumni Coordinator, and Chelsea Woodward, MS, Site Director at The Renfrew Center of Nashville, will provide attendees with practical skills to enhance both body acceptance and relapse prevention, while exploring how to navigate and tolerate transitions as our bodies change throughout the lifespan. Specific attention will be brought to learning to embrace the pregnant body, the post-partum body and the body belonging to those in the LGBTQ+ community. Tips for navigating social media as well as locating and utilizing platforms to benefit recovery efforts will be provided.
About the Presenters:
Rachel Tenny, MA, LPC, is Renfrew's Alumni Coordinator and Primary Therapist at The Renfrew Center of Charlotte. She received both her Bachelor's degree in Psychology, with a concentration in Creative Art Therapy, and her Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lenoir-Rhyne University. Ms. Tenny has worked in Residential, PHP, and IOP levels of care in both South Carolina and North Carolina. She is passionate about helping women embrace recovery and find their value outside of their eating disorder.
Chelsea Woodward, MS,
is the Site Director at The Renfrew Center of Nashville. Her greatest passion is empowering others to live authentic, value-driven lives. Chelsea is an avid promoter of the body acceptance movement and enjoys helping people of all ages heal their relationships with their bodies. Her passions include working with those in the LGBTQ+ community, reconciling the authentic self with one's faith/spirituality and helping trauma survivors reclaim their lives.