“Eat Local and Laugh” Could Be the Answer!
Learn about culinary mindfulness at this free workshop.
Thursday, December 15, 2011 from 7:30PM – 9:00PM
42 E 12th Street
Between Broadway & University
New York, NY 10003
212 633-9030 / email@example.com
Food choices do not have to be out-of-control and filled with anxiety and guilt. Eating can become part of living a healthy, good-life. Learn strategies to help food choices bring more fun, more laughter, more intimacy, and more gratification into your life — especially important during the holiday season. Rather than yet another diet, plan, or nutritional fad, “Eat Local and Laugh” will give attendees sustainable strategies and techniques for how to get the most pleasure possible from calories consumed.
Taught by nationally acclaimed psychologist (and Nimble client) Todd Essig — and illustrated with food samples provided by Hudson Valley Harvest — attendees at this free workshop will come away with new tools that can be used to make healthy, fun food choices. Although free, attendees will be asked to make whatever donation they feel comfortable making for relief efforts that help Hudson Valley farmers cope with the devastating destruction caused by Hurricane Irene.
And reservations are a must since space is limited.
-RSVP for this workshop here-
Dr. Todd Essig is a Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst at the William Alanson White Institute and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at New Medical College. He writes “Managing Mental Wealth” for Forbes.com and edits “Psychoanalysis 3.0” for PsychologyToday.com while maintaining a private practice in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in Manhattan.