Eating with Intention

Restoring an enjoyable relationship with food.

Eating with Intention

For many of us, the struggle to eat intuitively and mindfully can feel overwhelming and unattainable. We find ourselves cycling in and out of the allure to stay in control, to “be good” and achieve the “perfect” diet only to be led, once again, down a path of disappointment. We find that our struggle drives us to become preoccupied with food in ways that feel compulsive, isolating, and out of control. If you’re tired of dieting and ready for a different way to relate to food, we’d love for you to join us at GR Therapy for our Mindfulness Based Eating group “Eating with Intention”. This group is designed specifically for anyone struggling with compulsive overeating or Binge Eating Disorder.

When: Tuesday Evenings

Time: 7:00-8:15pm

Cost: $30/group (reduced rates available upon request)

Facilitator: Monica M. Willson, MS, LLMFT

In a process-oriented and psycho-educational setting you’ll find support, connection, and mindfulness-based practices to lead you on the path to restoring an enjoyable relationship with food.

Articles about Eating with Intention

Discovering the Satisfaction Factor

Discovering the Satisfaction Factor

Part of the Eating with Intention Series Principle VI: Discovering the Satisfaction Factor How many times have you found yourself choosing to eat something because it was the “lesser of two evils” vs. making a choice about what you really wanted—choosing what would...

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Feeling Your Fullness

Feeling Your Fullness

No matter what you ate, how you ate, or why you ate, there was a moment when you stopped eating. The art of feeling your fullness starts with discovering an awareness of hunger and satiety.

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