In this premier course, Kate will teach you how to harness your inborn creativity to lose weight and begin to heal your relationship with food!
And before you start to close this page, I want to tell you a little secret......... EVERYONE is creative in some way, yes... even you! And I'm going to teach you how to tap into your creativity so that you can find more satisfaction in your relationship with food!
"Yo-Yo" dieting and "cold turkey" strategies are NOT effective methods for losing stubborn weight and keeping it off. If you're one of those people who have been trying to lose weight for years now or else have lost weight in the past only to see it come back in full force, then this course is for you!
Whether you've spent countless hours and tried multiple strategies for addressing your weight issues or are just beginning to wonder if you use food to help you emotionally cope in your life, this course will help you begin to tap into your creativity inside in order to begin to heal your relationship with food.
Join me today to learn powerful tips on how to harness your creativity so that you can emotionally eat your way to a more satisfying relationship with food!
Kate is a psychotherapist in private practice specializing in working with adult survivors of childhood trauma, through the use of affective and experiential therapy. She is a certified administrator/interpreter of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI ®), and has extensive training in the Enneagram system of personality typing. She also and facilitates group therapy for those interested in healing childhood and relationship trauma.
Kate is a certified facilitator of the 3 Keys to Self-Understanding, a ground-breaking approach to deep emotional healing, focused on restoring the mind-body-spirit connection, and has worked with this integrative and experiential healing approach for over fifteen years. Kate is also trained in Body Centered Gestalt Therapy from the Integrative Psychotherapy Training Program of Kansas City. She works with clients both in the United States and internationally as well.
Kate also facilitates self-exploration groups, classes and workshops using right brain techniques such as visual journaling, guided imagery, art, music, movement and creativity to get deeper than word and cognition into feelings. Kate has presented locally and nationally on these topics, and consults with community organizations, businesses, ministry groups and educational staff. She is interested in and currently working on innovative ways to blend technology and deep experiential healing practices, as additional forms of support for clients, to be used as supplements to therapeutic work.
In addition to her private counseling practice, Kate also teaches courses as graduate faculty in the Counseling Department at Webster University, including Group Practice, Human Growth & Development, Theoretical Approaches to Counseling, Counseling LGBTQIA Clients, and Integrating Creativity & Expressive Arts in Counseling.
She is the author of Soul Meditations: Building A Relationship That Lasts (A Guided Meditation Program), that incorporates experiential therapeutic exercises in digital audio format. Kate is also the host of "It's Older Than Words." , a podcast that takes the listener on a journey to a place that is deeper than words and older than time to explore how present day experiences are often connected to past unfinished emotional business from childhood. For more information, you can visit or contact her at: www.kateschroederlpc.com.