To mark National Eating Disorders Awareness Week last month (Feb 21-27), I was a guest lecturer at Stetson University. I spoke to a group of graduate students in mental health counseling about our work with clients with eating disorders. I enjoyed the opportunity to give them a good footing in their future work in our specialty field. Although the official week has ended, I continue to give presentations to schools and various groups on an ongoing basis.
If you've read this newsletter, attended past workshops, browsed the archives or downloaded our free report, you know I feel about journaling, and what a big part it plays in our work here at the White Picket Fence Counseling Center. In today's issue, Liz will also share some myths and truths about journaling. Our feature article is about the food journal, a valuable tool whether your food problems involve overeating or restricting.