• "Sometimes the bravest and most important thing you can do is just show up." — Brené Brown

  • Clarity and decisiveness come from the willingness to slow down, to listen to, and look at what's happening. - Start Where you Are, by Pema Chodron
  • At Be, we place a strong focus on learning to connect – connecting to yourself, your internal experiences, and your body. Our goal is to help you learn to be vulnerable so that you can develop a deeper connection with yourself, as well as with others. 

    Yoga, expressive arts, and meditation are body-based vehicles that allow you to connect with yourself in a different way, in addition to talk and nutrition therapy. Because eating disorders can cause many individuals to feel disconnected from their bodies, these activities allow your mind to reconnect with your physical self, and learn to trust and understand the messages your body sends you. They are also an opportunity to overcome stress and anxiety through non-verbal expressions of emotions.  

    Yoga, expressive arts, and meditation are part of the evening program at Be, and are options we can discuss in our initial discussions.