HOW RELIGION IMPACTS OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD AND BODY


Join us in unpacking the ways that traditional Christian religious practices may impact our relationship with food and our body image. During this workshop, we will explore how religious trauma may exist in our bodies and how that trauma may have manifested into an eating disorder or disordered eating patterns. We will also unpack the value system of organized religion and how it is rooted in white eurocentric beliefs that have been internalized by the church and have caused disruption in the relationships that Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC)  our bodies.

Hi, I'm Whitney Trotter

REGISTERED DIETITIAN AND NURSE

I bridge the gap between social justice, anti-racism, and health so that you can be a powerful advocate for your BIPOC clients.



Here's what you'll learn in this course:


  • Learn how religious trauma may exist in our bodies
  • How that trauma may have manifested into an eating disorder or disordered eating patterns.
  • Unpack the value system of organized religion and how it is rooted in white eurocentric beliefs

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$55

Religious Trauma, White Supremacy and Eating Disorders

This panel is unique in that each of the panelists comes from different Christian religious and spiritual orientations. We will be speaking from our lived experiences; therefore this panel is not about promoting or demoting any religions or spiritual affiliation or lack thereof, but more of naming the systems and the impacts that it has had on our body autonomy and liberation.