Insatiable favorite Rebecca Bass Ching, LMFT, MFC is back!
Being told we want to rebel against our own health goals implies we can’t trust ourselves and that we’re weak. In truth, our “inner food rebel” is often a form of self-protection, not self-sabotage.
Inner Food Rebel: Self-sabotage or self-protection? – You’ll learn:
- Why we eat to protect ourselves;
- The three different types of protectors that drive eating; and,
- The first steps towards non-food ways to self-protect.
And, for you theory people, we discuss Internal Family Systems, a dynamic and holistic leadership and therapeutic framework that Rebecca has adapted to support leaders in all fields navigate our brave new world.
More About Rebecca Ching
Rebecca Ching is a therapist, speaker, writer, leadership consultant and workshop facilitator. She is the CEO and founder of Potentia Family Therapy, Inc. – which is a brick and mortar, integrated mental health practice, based in San Diego California.
She is also starting a new venture working with business leaders where she helps them navigate the intersection of mindset and mental health in their communities via her Integrated Leadership Collective – based on systems theory, the research of Brené Brown, PhD, and Internal Family Systems. Prior to working as a therapist, she worked in Washington, DC for a United States Senator, in NYC as an advertising account executive, and in Zurich, Switzerland as an Area Director for an international youth organization. All of her previous professional experience fuels her clinical and consultation work today. She lives in San Diego, CA with her husband and their two children where they enjoy cooking, going to farmers’ markets, all things ocean and outdoor sports.