Sarah offers an integrative approach to health, wellness and mind-body healing. She specializes in helping women heal their relationship with food as well as with themselves. She also supports those struggling with anxiety, life transitions and trauma. Sarah's unique, creative and sustainable approach is rooted in mindfulness, self-awareness, self-compassion and empowerment in order help others live a healthy, peaceful, fulfilling and balanced life. Sarah is author of the book, Wholistic Food Therapy: A Mindful Approach to Making Peace with Food. She is a licensed therapist, certified EMDR therapist, certified holistic health coach, registered yoga instructor, certified yoga therapist and board certified art therapist. Sarah is dedicating to supporting others both in person in New York City as well as through online group programs titled Freedom From Emotional Eating.
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What Sarah does [3.22]
Signs of burn out [4.50]
The importance of creating self-care rituals [7.00]
Examples of morning rituals to start your day [7.50]
The importance of scheduling as part of self-care [8.20]
The benefits of having quiet time before you start your day [8.45]
Self-care tips for moms [12.55]
Where to start when it comes to self-care [20.00]
How to work with Sarah [22.30]