Reflections on self-compassion and its power in helping us to accept ourselves yet also to work on ourselves.
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Sarah Rzemieniak is passionate about helping people recover from eating disorders and body image issues. Sarah previously worked as an eating disorder dietitian before recognizing that her true passion was in the coaching and counseling aspect of the work. She then became a certified eating disorder recovery coach through The Carolyn Costin Institute, where she was supervised and trained directly under Carolyn Costin, eating disorder therapist, author, and founder of Monte Nido residential treatment centres. Sarah recovered from her own eating disorder, and her passion in life is to help others find freedom with food, their bodies and themselves - the journey that transformed her own life.
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