Stuff in the ‘disordered eating’ Category

29 August, 2022

Kinavey & Sturtevant

In 2005, Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC and Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD co-founded the Center for Body Trust, a community based
outpatient clinic and professional training institute that created Body Trust®—a strength-based, trauma-informed, scientifically grounded healing modality that encourages movement toward a compassionate, weight-inclusive model of radical self-care to address body oppression, heal body shame and associated patterns of chronic dieting and disordered eating. The Center for Body Trust also offers programs for helping professionals and educators interested in adopting client-centered, trauma-informed, justice-based approaches to healing—including an intensive year-long Body Trust Certification Training. Their work has been featured in The New York Times, Self, Real Simple, Huffington Post, and the TEDx stage, and their book RECLAIMING BODY TRUST: A Path to Healing and Liberation (Tarcher Perigee, August 2022). Learn more at centerforbodytrust.com.
​​Hilary Kinavey, M.S., LPC, (she/her) has supported people who are healing from disordered eating, body shame, and the impact of weight bias and other traumas. Her work, as a therapist, facilitator, educator, speaker, and writer, has been a study of what interrupts our sense of wholeness and how we can return to ourselves in a culture that profits from fragmentation. She has additional training in workshop facilitation, mind-body coaching, and radical relating. She is a sought-after speaker on
 topics such as weight-inclusive approaches, weight bias, Body Trust®, and the intersections of activism and the helping professions. She offers consultation and training for organizations and professional groups. Read more about her work at www.centerforbodytrust.com
Dana Sturtevant, M.S., R.D. (she/her), is a registered dietitian who helps people divest from diet culture and move toward a more compassionate, embodied form of radical care. Her work as a speaker, educator, and trainer focuses on humanizing health care, advancing health equity, and advocating for food and body sovereignty. As a sought-after speaker and writer, Dana is a champion for compassionate, weight-inclusive models of care and offers supervision, training, and consultation for helping professionals and health care organizations. Read more about her work at www.centerforbodytrust.com