BookED: Book Study Group
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Renewed’s BookED: Book Study Group is a free group for adult 18+ community members who are interested in being a part of a safe and welcoming space focused on group reading and discussion related to eating disorders and/or body image issues. This group runs by sessions. Each session will have a book of choice and will be led by a licensed clinician. Session length will vary depending on the length of the book. Registration is required for each session that you plan to attend.
Please see below for more details on BookED sessions that are currently open for registration:
BookED: Session 5
- Audience: All genders 18+
- Book of Choice: Love Warrior by Glennon Doyle
- Session Meeting Dates/Time: Dec. 8, & 22 (2021), Jan. 12 & 26 (2022), Feb. 9 & 23 (2022) from 5-6pm CST
- Meeting Location: Zoom
- Facilitator: Brooke Morgan, M.Ed., LPC-MHSP, NCC
- Registration: Please click here to register
Meet the Facilitator
Brooke is passionate about working with clients of any age and background that struggle with eating disorders. She believes in full recovery and living life without focusing on the constraints of diet culture. She works from a Health At Every Size (HAES) model. Brooke enjoys helping clients improve body image and decrease food fears, allowing clients to come to believe that all foods fit. She focuses on serving clients using various evidence-based treatment approaches. Brooke believes that connection and attachment play an important role in how we cope with everyday stressors. She has experience in treating various addiction disorders, trauma, anxiety, depression, and codependency. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) and is in the process of becoming certified in Telehealth Therapy specifically for Trauma Treatment.
Brooke completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Transylvania University in Kentucky. She then completed her Master’s degree in Human Development Counseling at Vanderbilt University. Brooke completed her practicum at The Ranch, working specifically with clients struggling with eating disorders, then continued to work in eating disorder treatment at The Renfrew Center as an intern therapist. Brooke then gained experience with various levels of care (residential, PHP, and IOP) at a Nashville treatment center, serving clients struggling with eating disorders, substance abuse, depression, and anxiety. Brooke values working with clients in a direct, empathetic, and encouraging way. In her free time Brooke enjoys hiking and spending time with her Great Dane, reading, journaling, and exploring the local food scene in Nashville.