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Hi there. Claudette Chenevert, The Stepmom Coach here.
Join me this week as I talk with Karen Schachter, Therapist and Nutritionist on ways to nourish your body to help your (step)daughter feel great about her image.
Image is everywhere in our world and if we don't learn to deal with it in healthy ways, we end up hurting ourselves as well as our girls. Karen will share with us great tips to stay health while maintaining good body image, for yourself and your (step)daughters.
See You soon.
The Stepmom Coach
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Cordell Schachter is the CTO of New York City's Transporation Department, responsible both for technical innovation related to the department's services and workforce, and digital interaction with the system's huge user group. He'll be talking about everything from managing mobile connectivity for workers, to developing a range of informative apps for travelers.
CARY BAYER AT 10:00AM
DAWN WALKER AT 10:36AM
MARGY NELSON AT 10:48AM
DAVID BINGHAM AT 11:00AM
KATHRYN GATES SKIPPER AT 11:12AM
MARY MUDD AT 11:24AM
CHERYLN BRACE AT 11:36AM
DONNA JARVIS-MILLER AT 11:48AM
LEO WIDNER AT 12:00PM
MICHAEL SCHACHTER AT 12:48PM
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Karen Schachter is a on a mission to change the way the next generation of girls feels in their bodies and around food; and how moms can lead the way -- she calls it the "Un-Diet Movement". Karen is passionate about empowering moms and daughters to experience nourishment, peace and deliciousness with food, eating and in their bodies so they can live an authentic, healthy life.
Karen is a licensed clinical social worker, certified health counselor, and founder of “Dishing With Your Daughter,” which offers a variety of programs, including classes, workshops, retreats and coaching, for girls and women. Combining her years of psychotherapy experience and her knowledge of nutrition, Karen’s programs and services inspire and support girls and women to value themselves, tune into their intuition, and nourish their bodies, their minds and their spirits.
Deborah Chase is a health and beauty writer whose 12 books include The No-Nonsense Beauty Book (Knopf), Fruit Acids for Fabulous Skin ( St Martin’s Press, and The Extend Your Life Diet ( Pocket Books).
A native New Yorker, Deb went to Bronx High School of Science and graduated with a degree in journalism from New York University. She has worked in medical research at the National Cancer Institute and NYU School of Medicine where she was part of one of the first teams to study Retin A and aging.
She founded The No-Nonsense Beauty Blog in 2010 to explore different anti-aging options and separate skin care fact from science fiction.
Deb is married to Mount Sinai pulmonologist Neil Schachter. She has two daughters and three grandchildren. She is an enthusiastic foodie, history buff and relaxes by trolling flea markets and refinishing vintage furniture.
During this show, I will speak with Karen Schachter, founder of Dishing With Your Daughter ™ about ending depriving and harmful negative eating habits, and instead, passing on a legacy of health and nourishment to our children. We will focus especially on the mother-daughter relationship and discuss some of the powerful messages that can get absorbed by us, as moms, and then unwittingly conveyed to our girls; and most importantly, we’ll discuss how we can begin to shift unhealthy patterns of overeating, negative body image, emotional eating, and chronic dieting, into more positive, healthy and delicious habits.
This program will offer a unique approach to healthy eating and a positive body image. We’ll explore how your mindset, your stress level and even dieting may be keeping you on a rollercoaster of body hatred and even weight gain. We’ll discuss what you can do instead to begin shifting your relationship to eating and your body to one that’s positive and loving, instead of guilt-inducing and full of angst.
Karen Schachter is committed to helping the next generation of girls – and the current generation of women – to experience peace, nourishment and joy in their relationship to eating and their bodies...so they can live a big life. As a licensed clinical social worker and certified holistic health counselor, Karen is an expert in the “psychology of eating” and believes that what we eat and how and why we eat go hand in hand, and works with clients to figure out both. She is founder of www.healthybodieshealthyminds.com and www.dishingwithyourdaughter.com. The best way to stay in touch with her and find out about her programs, which include retreats for moms and daughters, and just for moms, is to sign up for her newsletter at either of those sites.
Persons with chronic health problems often use alternative or complementary therapies, but the effectiveness, safety and risks of these approaches are often not fully known, especially for persons with epilepsy. Please join Dr. Steven Schachter to discuss Complementary Therapies for Epilepsy. Dr. Schachter is a Professor of Neurology and Director of Research, Department of Neurology, Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and President of the American Epilepsy Society.
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