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"Spring" into Wellness with

Broderman Internal Medicine Associates, P.C.


Hornstein,  Platt and Associates Counseling and Wellness Centers



Food & Mood - Why Do We Emotionally Eat? Wednesday, June 5th 


          Robin Hornstein, Ph.D and Integrated Health Coach, Clinical Director and Owner of HPA will share techniques to settle your food cravings and make sense of why you eat beyond fullness. The class will explore what makes us rush to food, how to tolerate emotions that arise that stop our fullness signals and understand why we also link our body image to our worth.  This workshop is for anyone with a wish to not overeat when they are not hungry.  


Where:       2325 Heritage Center Drive Suite 116 Furlong PA 18925

Cost:           $20 per workshop 

Prizes:        Wellness Raffle at each event!

Time:          5:30 – 7:00 pm


Space is limited to 12 attendees per session, register now to reserve your spot


To Register:         Please send email to:  rthphd@yahoo.com or call 215.794.2462, ext. 115

                              Payment will be collected after you are registered

                              Please provide your name, contact information and the class(s) you will be attending


Hornstein, Platt & Associates Counseling and Wellness Centers

Hornstein, Platt and Associates Counseling and Wellness Centers of Philadelphia:215-732-6308  F:215-732-8240


Broderman Internal Medicine Associates is pleased to introduce the Walking Group
When:   Every Tuesday Evening from 5:00-6:00pm 

Dates:     May 7th –  June 25th

Where:   2325 Heritage Center Drive, Suite 116 Furlong PA 18925

Health Benefits of Walking

  • Increased cardiovascular and pulmonary (heart and lung) fitness

  • Reduced risk of heart disease and stroke

  • Improved management of conditions such as hypertension (high blood pressure), high cholesterol, joint and muscular pain or stiffness, and diabetes

  • Stronger bones and improved balance

  • Increased muscle strength and endurance

  • Reduced body fat

Footwear for walking: Make sure your shoes are comfortable, with appropriate heel and arch supports. Take light, easy steps and make sure your heel touches down before your toes.

Registration is not needed, but please feel free to contact Kim at 215.794.2462, ext 114 with any questions.