Today's diet and exercise schemes continue to fail us, but rather than dig deeper for real solutions, we seem content to pursue the next quick fix. The multibillion weight-loss industry preys on people's food and weight obsessions, fueling eating disorders in the process. It's Time to EAT challenges the status quo, addressing the core issues underlying disordered eating and serving up answers that can change your life.
Part memoir, part self-help guide, this book examines not only what drives some to the extremes of obesity and anorexia or bulimia, but also why more and more people are latching on to unsustainable raw, gluten-free, and Paleo diet fads.
Through her candid personal insights, researched scientific theories, and spiritual practices, author and integrative psychotherapist Inge Sengelmann, LCSW, SEP, RYT, presents a clearer picture of what a healthy relationship with food, body, and self looks like and provides a road map to experience the freedom for yourself. As you enter a process of conscious embodiment, you will regulate your eating habits on a neurophysiological level. This unification of mind and body renews you from the inside out, offering a life-changing solution that lasts.
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About the Author
Inge Sengelmann, LCSW, SEP, RYT, is an embodiment specialist and integrative psychotherapist licensed in Florida and Colorado. Drawing on her training in Somatic Experiencing®, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Tantric Hatha Yoga, she treats the effects of overwhelming stress on psyche and body, helping clients with everything from depression to anxiety to eating disorders.
Integrating the latest developments in the field of neuroscience and modern psychotherapy with the ancient wisdom of yoga, the author teaches body-mind practices that accelerate personal transformation and enable people to live life more fully. The co-creator of Eating, Attachment & Somatic Education (EASE)™, which trains professionals working in the field of eating disorders, she also teaches workshops locally, nationally, and internationally on the topics of eating disorders, trauma, somatic psychotherapy, and integrative healing.