Working with a mentor can add invaluable support and perspective for someone struggling with their eating disorder. A mentor has lived experience and is there to walk alongside the participant; asking pertinent questions, guiding choices without judgement, helping to establish new behaviors, challenging their ways of thinking, and ultimately providing hope that recovery is possible.
How to become a mentee: 1. Inquire about the mentorship program 2. Set up an initial consultation 3. Identify your level of commitment and motivation for change 4. Make a decision whether mentoring is right for you. If so, 5. Determine your goals 6. Meet weekly 7. Complete worksheets and journal assignments 8. Attend zoom support groups (optional) 9. Evaluate your progress throughout the time together 10. Make lifelong changes towards a full life in recovery
"Mentoring with Shira has not only been helpful, it has been essential for me. It is certainly a vital component in my path to recovery." -Chase Cunningham, Participant
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