Lisabeth Kaeser

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Lisabeth (Liz) is a graduate of Hanover College with a BA in Sociology.  She has a unique perspective on suffering and recovering from anorexia/purging type as an adolescent and a middle-aged woman. She is the author of Eating by Faith. A Walk with God. My Eating Disorder from the Inside Out. Liz worked for four years with The Tri-State Eating Disorders Resource Team (TSEDRT) where she was certified as a trainer and facilitator for The Body Project™, an evidence-based program aimed to increase body acceptance and may reduce disordered eating symptoms. While working with TSEDRT, Lisabeth worked in local schools to spread eating disorder awareness as well as organizing Cincinnati’s National Eating Disorders Association’s (NEDA) walk. She has been a keynote for Cincinnati’s NEDA Walk, The Ohio State University’s Project Heal Gala and Outpost, a Greater Cincinnati’s Christian Women’s summer speaker series. She volunteers as a lay pastoral peer counselor for The Eve Center of Cincinnati. Her recovery and work reflect the need for those who suffer from eating disorders to find their identity in something more positive than their illness. Liz uses Eating Disorder Intuitive Therapy (EDIT)™ to assist others in finding their true identity from the inside out. She found her identity in the love of Christ. She lives in Terrace Park Ohio with her husband, Kurt, three dogs and a cat. She is grateful to have her sons and granddaughter in the same city.

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  • How I found identity and freedom by feeding my soul

    How I found identity and freedom by feeding my soul

    I am a survivor of childhood physical and emotional abuse, childhood emotional neglect, and anorexia/purging type (severe). I am also a beloved child of God that strayed off the path I believe He set before me. I am 56-years-old and wore the cloak of anorexia from the age of 14 until my early thirties when..