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Fleet Feet Austin To Kickoff Run Love Series With Autonomy Therapy And Nutrition Ally

Fleet Feet Seaholm to Host Free "Run To Counseling" Session Alongside Autonomy Therapy, Nutrition Ally

We look forward to introducing Run Love, a community focused educational series, alongside our friends at Autonomy Therapy and Nutrition Ally. Our first installment, "Run To Counseling" will be held at our Seaholm location. 

Please join Licensed Therapist Kim Fry (LMFT-S, CPT) and Registered Dietitian Libby Hill (RDN, CPT) as they support attendees in recognizing and challenging the limiting belief that exercise could be a replacement for weekly mental health support, as well as provide education on the health risks associated with exercise compulsion. They will highlight that while physical activity is beneficial for overall well-being, it should complement, not substitute, professional therapeutic interventions. The goal of this event is to promote a balanced approach to movement that integrates psychoeducation about both therapeutic interventions and physical activity for optimal physical, mental, emotional health, and performance outcomes.


Be sure to RSVP to this FREE event on the following link:


More about Autonomy Therapy and Nutrition Ally

Kim G. Fry, LMFT-S, Founder & CEO of Autonomy Therapy

Kim Fry is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor who is passionate about helping clients and clinicians to heal their relationships with their bodies, exercise, and to improve overall body image. Kim is EMDR-trained, NARM Level-1 Trained, as well as a former barre instructor and Certified Personal Trainer. She specializes in working with adults ages 18+, and offers supervision to MFT-interns and LMFT-Associates.

Libby Hill, Co-Founder of Nutrition Ally & Registered Dietitian

Libby is a curious counselor with a creative mind! She always seeks to understand her patient's motivations, barriers, and goals so her recommendations are unique and personalized to the individual. Libby became a dietitian after her first career in clinical trial research showed her the importance of prevention, and inspired her to pursue a job that allowed her to help others in making lifestyle changes.

While her primary focus is disordered eating, she also has a special interest in helping neurodivergent individuals build healthy nutrition habits, and supporting anyone with medical conditions, beliefs, or allergies that limit their diets.

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