A Guidebook and Dialogue about Recovering from Eating Disorders
Group: Voices within the Journey of Eating Disorder Recovery
A patient, thorough, affirming guide to recovery from eating disorders and body image issues. The book follows a skilled leader and five bright, forthright young women through their evolution. Filled with earthy wisdom, comfort, and validation, the book offers antidotes to the many harsh and critical messages so many young women encounter in their lives. Written not just for those struggling with an eating disorder, this story also provides insight and inspiration for the parents, friends, loved ones, and therapists who are supporting the recovery process of others. As this book unfolds, we make friends with five amazing young women (and their wise mentor) and witness the group unfold on their journey of eating disorder recovery.
Annette Aberdale-Kendra RN BSN CCAP is a practicing nurse in Western Massachusetts. She offers a perspective that combines her interest and expertise in mental, physical, and spiritual health. She has been involved in a variety of community based initiatives to increase awareness, support, and education regarding eating disorders, healthy body image, and media literacy. As part of this effort, Annette has developed and facilitated numerous Psycho-Educational groups for young women with eating disorders. Furthermore, she has assisted a professional team in the development of a mentoring program for girls in early recovery.
Annette has addressed many school and public communities providing workshops to students, faculty, parents, and other individuals. In addition to these contributions, Annette is a Certified Clinical Aromatherapist and the founder of Balanced You Clinical Aromatherapy for Women. She assists women of all ages in achieving optimal health and well being on a mental, physical, and spiritual level. Annette lives in Western Massachusetts with her husband and two sons.
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