Welcome to the first issue of The Fence Post!
Today's issue is all about new starts. After all, this is September; whether you have children or not, this time of year is bound to bring back memories of your own experiences of starting the school year.
There are a few new starts at the White Picket Fence Counseling Center to tell you about. Launching this monthly newsletter is an exciting new project for me. I hope you'll send your feedback and let me know what you think of it. Another first was my chance to speak about Food Addiction as a presenter at the annual conference of the Florida Alcohol and Drug Abuse Association in Orlando this August. Hundreds of addictions professionals attended the conference from all over the state and 75 people attended my talk about how to treat food addiction and eating disorders while also treating drug and alcohol addiction in clients.
At the Center, we've welcomed another therapist on board, Liz Strong. If you haven't met or spoken to her yet, you soon may, and in the meantime you can read more about her at https://whitepicketfencecounselingcenter.com/about.shtml. One of Liz's new starts this fall will be to speak at Winter Park Public Library's Lifelong Living Institute (stay tuned for more details), a program which fits perfectly with today's article.
Sandee Nebel, MS
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
White Picket Fence Counseling Center, LLC