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July 11, 2005

Taming Your Chew

Taming_the_chew Conquering that insatiable desire to eat is a compulsion that many of us face as we try, often in vain, to overcome our obsession with food.  In Denise Lamothe's critically acclaimed book, "The Taming of the Chew", she describes the enemy as 'the Chew', that "hurtful, persistent, out-of-control part of each of us." According to Dr. Denise, 'the Chew' is what keeps overeaters from sticking with a healthy eating plan and can compel them to go on eating binges.

This summer Dr. Denise Lamothe PsyD, HHD will be a featured lecturer at Green Mountain at Fox Run during their regularly scheduled program on the following dates:

August 21 - 24, 2005 - September 11 - 14, 2005 - September 18 - 21, 2005
Here are some program highlights:

  • Understand causes of food control issues from physical, emotional, and spiritual perspectives.
  • Realize how our socialization process creates a context in which it is nearly impossible to avoid food control problems.
  • Know what a holistic approach is and how to incorporate it in planning and implementing personal care for yourself and others.
  • Appreciate physical, emotional, spiritual and environmental reasons why so many people today struggle with food control and other substance abuse issues.
  • Develop powerful strategies for achieving and maintaining emotional and spiritual health.
  • Gain a breadth and depth of knowledge about your personal relationship with food and appetite.
  • Learn many ways to eliminate guilt and shame, to take responsibility for choices and to implement health-promoting changes.
  • Design a personal, individualized plan to take control of your health and to achieve and maintain a healthy body, mind and spirit.
  • Discover renewed zest for life and to formulate a plan for maintaining balance and approaching life creatively, positively and joyfully.

For more information about this special program and others, visit the Green Mountain at Fox Run  homepage.

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