Dor Mullen is the Founder of The Suppers Programs. The Suppers program design reflects her combining of counseling models learned in a Masters in Counseling program at The College of New Jersey, her background in garden-based education, her passion for preparing delicious food, and her respect for the wisdom and longevity of the 12-step process. Prior to Suppers, Dorothy was the president of the board of the Foundation for the Advancement of Innovative Medicine in New York and a holistic health care practitioner in Princeton. Dor facilitates numerous regular meetings.
Soulful Sunday Suppers for African-American Women
Sun, Mar., 18, 2018, 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
(held in a private home; meeting fees apply; registration required)
Location: Princeton, NJ
Topics: About The Suppers Programs, General/preventative
To register, contact Dor.
Are you an African American woman who wants good health for yourself and for loved ones?
This Sunday Suppers meeting is for Black women who struggle to foster healthy change for themselves and their community. Kim and Marion join Suppers facilitators Audelle and Anita recognizing that there is a great need in our community for healthy cooking, communal eating, and shared intentions to lead a healthier life.
Can you identify?
We know that many of our family members suffer from preventable diseases.
We know that our loved ones have problems with addiction and mental health challenges that could be made better with food and nonjudgmental support.
We know that food traditions run deep. Change is hard.
We can't improve our own eating habits without consistent support - let alone stand up for healthy change in our families.
Please join us for Soulful Sunday Suppers to cook and eat delicious whole food together, work The Suppers Program, and share our experiences as we stand together in support of healthier living.
For more information and to register, contact Dor.
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