Getting a New Brain in Recovery

Getting a New Brain in Recovery

One Day Workshop with Kay Sheppard in Baltimore, Maryland

October 22, 2017
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Chizuk Amuno Congregation
8100 Stevenson Road | Baltimore Maryland 21208

Presenting: Kay Sheppard, M.A.
Kay Sheppard, M.A. is the best-selling author of Food Addiction: The Body Knows and From the First Bite. A licensed mental health counselor and a certified eating disorders specialist, she conducts workshops for food addicts worldwide. Since beginning her own recovery in 1977, Sheppard has helped thousands of people live happy and healthy lives by following her comprehensive recovery program.

Find how to:

  • Identify stuck points
  • Learn to avoid relapse
  • Strengthen recovery
  • Deal with body image issues
  • Face a crisis abstinently
  • Let go of resentments
  • Acquire tools to emotional and spiritual growth
  • Learn the most up-to-date information about the brain and body chemistry of food addiction.

Registration Deadline – 10/13/2017

Price – $110 Includes abstinent lunch
Early Bird Price – $95 Includes abstinent lunch – Early Bird Deadline ends September 24, 2017.

For questions, and for payment, please contact Kay Sheppard (kshepp825@aol.com).
Make checks payable to Kay Sheppard 1595 Breese St. NE, Palm Bay FL, 32905 or pay online by clicking the PayPal button below (PayPal accepts Credit Cards or Debit Cards):

Scholarships are available, please contact Susan G. at susang11289@comcast.net

Hotels Nearby: The Ramada Pikesville (844-550-4639) & The Doubltree by Hilton Pikesville (855-213-0582)

I’d like to donate some money towards a scholarship: www.paypal.me/KaySheppardInc

Payment of fees for any program entails reserving and guaranteeing your place. Registration fees can be transferred to another individual; they cannot be transferred to another workshop. Cancellations for this workshop are not eligible for refunds. Full refunds will be made in the event that any program is cancelled by Kay Sheppard Inc.

Please keep a copy of your registration.

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