Health & Wellness

Seminar on Eating Disorders in Women and Children

EDION, NJ - The Edison Public Library is proud to host a seminar on Eating Disorders in Women and Children on Wednesday October 7th at 7 pm with guest speaker, Susan Gutwill. Susan is a psychotherapist and sociologist, specializing in the field of women’s eating disorders and body image distortions. She works hard to empower women and girls, promote social equality, and protect our environment.

This program is designed to teach participants a non-diet, self-demand, approach to eating, based on learning to respond to body cues of physiological hunger and satisfaction. Self-attuned eating can heal overeating, purging and body hatred. Learn more on October 7th at the Main Branch, located at 340 Plainfield Avenue, Edison NJ.

Registration is open to the community on Community members can also register by phone at (732)287-2298.

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