Please join nutritionist Nikki Burnett and therapist Sarah Eisenbud for a 4-week workshop where we will work collaboratively to explore our relationships with food. The most basic need in life is food, yet it has become an area of misunderstanding, confusion and frustration for many. Food not only affects our physical health, but also our mental and emotional health. The goal of this experience is to lay a foundation for making life changes that support health, growth and optimal living!
The group will blend concrete nutritional information and tools shared by a nutritional expert with, psychotherapist-led, experiential exercises designed to facilitate change. Topics that we will explore include; food as a form of communication, nutrients and calories, stress and mindfulness, and much more. Come ready to learn. Come ready to change.
Nikki Burnett, MA, CNTP, MNT
Nikki is the founder of Taste Life Nutrition, a practice dedicated to holistic, functional nutrition to meet the needs of the biochemical individuality of each client. She has a Master’s degree in Science, she is a Certified Nutrition Therapy Practitioner, and Master Nutrition Therapist. She works with many different conditions in practice: Reproductive health and fertility, autoimmunity, GI health, blood sugar balance, cardiovascular health, and weight control, as well as genetic consulting.
Nikki is committed to changing the way people view food and creating healthy relationships with the life giving foods we eat every day. Practicing functional nutrition means that she runs labs in order to best understand deficiencies and imbalances in the body. This takes out much of the guess work and gives us a better understanding of what the body needs. It gives guidance in the best strategy to bring balance back to the body.
Sarah Eisenbud, MA, LPCC, NCC
Sarah Eisenbud holds a Master of Arts in Counseling degree from Regis University, and was certified as a narrative therapist by The Kenwood Center in Minneapolis. She is a Nationally Certified Counselor and Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate. She is the founder of the Denver Narrative Therapy Project, LLC, a private therapy practice and narrative consulting business, www.denvernarrativetherapy.com where she specializes in working to help people find empowerment and change in their lives.
Sarah is a passionate advocate and incorporates an awareness of culture and social dynamics into her counseling with individuals and groups. As an integrative narrative therapist, she works from the perspective that people aren’t problems and works to help re-define relationships between individuals and the problems that influence them. Sarah is passionate about connecting people to new ideas about themselves and the world that empower them to be the heroes of their own stories and to live in ways that are exciting, meaningful and align with their own personal values.