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This online lecture keeps you company on late nights when you feel food urges taking over. Food shouldn't be moralized (nor should you for eating it) but if it feels like food is in the driver's seat and you're involuntarily along for the ride, this lecture, which includes morally-neutral information, tools to bridge the hot-cold empathy gap, grounding exercises, and reflection questions may help. With neurodiversity in mind, you'll also find tips for struggles with executive functioning and decision-making around food.

Online Lecture Includes:

Up All Night: Food, Mood,
& Getting a Good Night's Sleep

If life feels like it’s gotten off course, you’ve already taken an important step by being here. Seeking growth, expansion, or meaning in your life is a commendable step but asking for help and opening up to someone new can feel vulnerable and intimidating.


My approach to therapy centers you as the authority on your life, with me as an empathic guide in helping you discover what's getting in the way of the life you want. Therapy is a bit of an adventure. What we discuss in our weekly sessions is best applied to, or inquired about, in your day-to-day life. This is how most people see benefits from therapy.

The process may not always feel blissful. Like most

Made with You in Mind if You:

  • Lead a team or classroom of individuals where conflict can occur
  • Are a parent and struggle with overwhelm and control
  • Occupy a position of leadership or power over others 

Accessing this Lecture

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