May 18, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
The Eating Disorder Foundation
1901 E 20th Ave
Denver, CO 80205

Do you or someone you know struggle with binge eating? 

Join us Friday, May 18th at The Eating Disorder Foundation (EDF) for the next topic of our educational series Coffee & Conversation.

Come learn valuable skills from eating disorder specialists Leslie Nemeth, RDN and Brianna Hammerman, LPC. This interactive discussion will focus on 6 key steps to reduce binge eating and move towards eating intuitively. 

Space is limited, please RSVP 

Email: info@eatingdisorderfoundation.org or call 303-322-3373

Leslie Nemeth is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and Certified Natural Chef from Bauman, a nutrition-based culinary school. Leslie discovered her true passion of counseling those struggling with disordered eating in 2006. For the last 12 years, Leslie has dedicated herself to helping people find sustainable strategies for achieving a healthful lifestyle.

Leslie was the Lead Dietitian at Eating Recovery Center working with adults and adolescence, and now reaches even more people through her private practice. Leslie coaches by a ditching-the-diet mentality and becoming a mindful eater. Her focus is to get people back-to-basics by giving tools to make long-lasting, sustainable lifestyle choices and end the war with food. 

Brianna Hammerman, LPC is a trained couple and family therapist with a degree from the University of Colorado Denver. Prior to opening a private practice in Denver & Boulder the majority of her clinical career was working in a residential treatment center with adults suffering with severe and persistent eating disorders. She is incredibly passionate about educating and  supporting the entire family system to create a sustainable recovery focused environment.

Brianna is a life long horse lover and enthusiast and believes in the restorative healing power that comes from being in relationship and true partnership with horses. She originally started her equine psychotherapy career as an Equine Specialist under EAGALA (Equine Assisted Growth and Learning organization) over 10 years ago and now has become a Certified Equine Assisted Psychotherapist- Mental Health Professional. She is also trained as a trauma focused equine assisted psychotherapist (TF- EAP).