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Eating, so what?

Learn The Three Self-Compassion Skills That Will Take You From Food Stress To Food Peace Today

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This Free Webinar Will Show You:

Skill #1

How to implement the basics of self-compassionate thinking immediately.

Skill #2

What it means to eat in a self-compassionate way and ditch the diet mentality.

Skill #3

How to develop your personal Self-Compassion Action Plan in five easy steps.

Plus FREE Registration Bonus: Register for this webinar now and we'll send you Jennifer's article "Tips For Dealing With Diet And Weight Talk Over The Holidays" and Annina's best tips on "How To Quit Bingeing" straight to your inbox!


Jennifer Rollin (MSW, LCSW-C)

Jennifer Rollin is a therapist in private practice in Rockville, Maryland, who specializes in working with adolescents and adults with eating disorders, body image issues, anxiety, and depression. ​ Jennifer has experience working in a variety of settings including, an outpatient mental health clinic, therapeutic group homes for adolescents, and a sexual assault crisis hotline.

Jennifer has a certificate in Enhanced Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders. She also has a certificate in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She holds an Advanced Training in Traumatic Stress certificate. She is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. She is on The Junior Board of Directors for The National Eating Disorders Association.  

Jennifer is an expert writer for The Huffington Post and Psychology Today. Her articles have reached thousands of people through websites, magazines, and books, including, Social Work Today Magazine, Eating Disorders in America: A Reference Handbook,,, and

Annina Schmid (MA, OACCPP, CCPA, CACCF)

Annina Schmid is a feminist counsellor who helps women recover from drinking, using, and disordered eating. 

She employs Positive Psychology and Solution Focused Brief Therapy to support and empower her clients in making lasting life changes. 

Annina works from a strengths-based harm reduction approach that is embedded in a Health at Every Size® philosophy and supported by Intuitive Eating strategies. 

Previous to becoming a substance use counsellor, Annina has trained as Preventive Care Practitioner and Restorative Yoga Teacher.

She works with all genders and people on the LGBTTIQQ+ spectrum.