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What is Eating Disorder Coaching? with Sarah Lee

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In What is Eating Disorder Coaching? Eating Disorder Recovery Coach Sarah Lee shares with us about becoming an eating psychology and eating disorder recovery coach. This super authentic episode will be of much value to women suffering with dieting, disordered eating and eating disorders. It will also be of value to counsellors and therapists who would like to know more about how an eating disorder coach could be of service to their clients.

Sarah also talks about: 

  • Her recovery story from bulimia
  • Giving birth and baby weight
  • Being the 'perfect' weight watcher
  • Why Carolyn Costin sets the bar high for coach training
  • Mothers, daughters and disordered eating - what's the biggest problem?
  • Diet culture
  • FAO therapists - not all coaching is flimsy
  • What type of clients is coaching suitable for?
  • The 10 Phases of Eating Disorder Recovery
  • What do coaches actually do?
  • Eating, food and clothes shopping with clients
  • Meal challenges
  • Finding an eating disorder recovery team
  • Can someone fully recover from an eating disorder?
  • What does it mean to be recovered?
  • Care of the Soul

For the show notes, go to: https://www.thesoulcentre.online/soul-sessions-eating-disorder-coaching/ 

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