Blogs I follow
- 2009 &laquo;
- Advice for Parents
- Anorexia 101
- change therapy
- Dads And Daughters With Eating Disorders
- Eating Disorder Treatment Blog
- Eating Disorders Coalition Advocacy Updates
- ED Bites
- Eliminating Eating Disorders...IS Possible!
- Everything Ophelia
- family feeding dynamics
- Feed Me!
- Jenn's Blog
- Laura's Soap Box
- Light Reflections
- Nourishing My Son
- Pierce Whole Nutrition
- Psychology Today
- Recovery Support
- Stop Eating Disorders
- The Dad Man
- this woman's work
|Location||Twin Cities, Minnesota, United States|
|Introduction||Becky Henry wrote about eating disorders in Just Tell Her To Stop: Family Stories of Eating Disorders and works nationally as a life coach providing individual and group coaching. Since 2000 Becky has been learning "hands on" what it means to be the parent of a teen with an eating disorder and has collected resources, information and skills relating to this complex issue. In addition Becky facilitates the EDEN Program's Recovery Skills Curriculum via the telephone, speaks on Eating Disorders Awareness & Prevention. Along with her creativity and fun Becky’s life experience exemplifies the joy possible in very challenging circumstances.|
|Interests||Speaking on eating disorder awareness and prevention, coaching families to reclaim peace and joy that eating disorders have taken from them. Sharing my new book: Just Tell Her To Stop: Family Stories of Eating Disorders with treatment centers, health sciences educators and families.|
|Favorite Movies||Mary Poppins, Wizard of Oz, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Swept (a short film about the impact of eating disorders on families by Arol Jahns and Stephanie Schweitzer)|
|Favorite Music||Van Morrison, Bob Marley, Jimmy Buffet, Bob Seger, Indigo Girls, Enya and more.|
|Favorite Books||Memoirs of a Geisha, The Red Tent, The Poisonwood Bible, Power of Positive Thinking, Just Tell Her To Stop: Family Stories of Eating Disorders|
You've successfully slain the dragon! How will you toast your marshmallows?
Sunning myself on a Lily pad and possibly joining a midnight chorus group.