IN THIS EPISODE
Becky Henry’s belief that support and accompaniment while allowing waves of sorrow and joy to co-exist gives caregivers more calm, compassion and confidence. Her work has guided caregivers across the globe and they are having SHIFT HAPPEN, reclaiming joy, calmness and peace.
Becky Henry uses her skills as a Certified, Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) to guide families to let go of fear and panic, practice self-care skills and become effective supporters for their loved one.
Becky founded Hope Network, LLC in 2003 to change the way parents are supported when caregiving someone with an eating disorder. While caregiving a loved one with a life threatening eating disorder, she saw a huge gap in supporting families and she’s being the change.
A National Award Winning Author, Henry published, “Just Tell Her To Stop; Family Stories of Eating Disorders” in 2011 to reduce caregiver isolation, expose the reality of eating disorders, and reduce stigma. Becky has expanded
her services to include all caregivers who need to fill the holes in their quickly emptying cups and get their oxygen masks firmly in place. Her second edition will be out in 2022.
We discuss topics including:
- Look at the values within yourself as it is then easier to make decisions to support your loved one
- How boundaries are the area that the family are challenged
- Distractions for the loved one
- Exploring what are your expectations?
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