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The Palmerston North Women’s Health Collective has now rebranded with a Te Reo Māori name alongside our existing name to become Te Hā o Hine-ahu-one Palmerston North Women’s Health Collective.
We held our rebranding launch and open day hui September 19th at 53 Waldegrave St and had a wonderful day of celebration.
We chose this important date which is also a time to celebrate 125 years of suffrage.
View the Open Day flyer.
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The Disordered Eating Support and Education Group is a small supportive co-facilitated group for women aged 18 years and over who wish to explore their relationship with food and their bodies. The group will run over 13 weeks on Wednesday evenings and also includes one Saturday afternoon in November.
Some of the themes covered by the group include: what is disordered eating, body image, media respresentations, self-esteem, self-acceptance, managing emotions, health and well-being, emotional eating, interpersonal dynamics, assertivenss, mindfulness, creativity and self-expression.
Please phone 06 357 0314 for more information.
The Palmerston North Women’s Health Collective is to run a support and education group for women aged 18 years and over who want to change their relationship with their bodies and with food. This will be a small supportive group for women who struggle with disordered eating / eating difficulties including overeating, restricting food intake, binge eating, yo-yo dieting and any other problematic ways to manage food.
The group will run over 15 weeks on Wednesday evenings from September 2013 and will be FREE to participants. (As with all services we offer a koha/donation is always appreciated.) Please phone 06 357 0314 for more information.