Join us in Seattle on April 26th for an evening with Jenni Schaefer, author of "goodbye ed, hello me.”
Jenni is an internationally recognized author, speaker, and singer/songwriter, whose work has helped change the face of recovery from eating disorders. She is a consultant with Center for Change and a member of the Ambassador Council of the National Eating Disorders Association. Her work has also been featured in Cosmopolitan, the Chicago Tribune, The Washington Post, and Woman’s World.
Jenni Schaefer: “From Recovery to Liberation”
When: Thursday, April 26th
Time: Doors Open 6:00 PM; Event Begins 6:30 PM
Where: Seattle Pacific University
Upper Gwinn Commons Area
3310 Sixth Avenue W
Seattle, WA 98119
This event is FREE and open to the public, a book signing is scheduled to follow the event.
Jenni Schaefer: “From Recovery to Liberation” is sponsored by Center for Change and The Emily Program.
Blog Archives: March 2012
Ready to get outside, soak up some spring sunshine, and get your hands dirty?
The Emily Program’s Gardening Club is gearing up for another season of growing! Our vegetable and herb gardens are located at our St. Paul (2265 Como) location near the south side of the building.
The Emily Program's St. Louis Park office now has walk-in hours available to Emily Program clients.
Our Walk-in and Referral Service is available to all Emily Program clients who have been through the complete intake process, are over age 18, and in urgent need of crisis intervention or support. In other words, when your primary therapist is not available in a timely manner or while you are awaiting a primary therapist (after intake evaluation). This service is currently only available at our St. Louis Park location.
Five new Yoga & Body Image groups will begin this spring in The Emily Program’s St Paul and St Louis Park offices.Yoga & Meditation
In many instances eating disorders and body image issues are intimately linked. For manyyoga spring groups people who have an eating disorder, anxiety, worry, and pre-occupation with body image are also a part of their struggle. Recognizing this link and working on one’s body image can play a critical role in recovery from an eating disorder.