OCD within Intuitive Eating

Written by my client: R.B. OCD within Intuitive Eating I could feel my brain.    The ridges, the indents, and the neurons through their pathways; like bad music, every thought felt like an obvious, random beat- a startling nuisance.   I could fully relate to how my nephew describes a bad day at school: “My…

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An Expensive Dress and a Paradigm Shift

    An Expensive Dress and a Paradigm Shift    Sometimes, I find myself getting emotional during sessions with a client. I feel the tears swelling up in my eyes. I can feel embarrassed or maybe out of line, but I don’t. I know that part of the healing process (for many people), is allowing…

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Sarah Chana Radcliffe – how does food protect us?

Sarah Chana Radcliffe is a psychologist in private practice in Toronto Canada, counseling parents, couples, and individuals. She is also an author, writes a weekly column in the Mishpacha magazine, and gives webinars in conjunction with Jewish workshops. Growing up, I always wanted to be a writer, not a psychologist. Originally, I wanted to be…

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Pre-Pesach Tips 2022

In this episode, I go solo and discuss tips and ideas around this busy season of the Pesach holiday. I had high hopes for this podcast putting it out right before Pesach, it’s Tuesday today and Pesach starts Friday night, so it’s very very close. I don’t know about you but in the months and…

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Pesach Self-Care Plan

In this episode, I go solo to provide some tips during this busy time of year. I want to talk about the upcoming holiday of Passover/Pesach. What’s going on for me and how I’m getting ready for it, physically and emotionally and I thought this would be something that’s helpful to share. I want you…

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Is Food my Best and Most Loyal Friend Right Now?

Hand dipping cookie into drink.

I recently had 2 very profound counseling sessions with 2 different clients.   One client, I have been working with for a bunch of months now. Maybe even a year. She is such a great client. Always coming to the sessions on time ready to hear everything I have to say and ready to implement…

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Comfort of the Body or Comfort of the Soul?

Comfort of the Body or Comfort of the Soul? I went to a shiur today. The topic was on Happiness. Let me give you the background. I have been going to this class for about a year – the rebbetzin picks a middah and we unpack it over the course of many months. On the…

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