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VOLUNTEER
Julia (28 years old)

I suffered 8 years from Bulimia. I am happy to share moments and anecdotes from my life with Bulimia; how I ended up in there, my biggest struggles and my commitment for change. The physical aspect of an eating disorder is already difficult enough to deal with, but I would like to take you on a journey to our deeper psyche, to our inner world and explore it together with you. I wanna share my own experiences in fighting the inner demon, the many failures and successes along the way and the open door to freedom. Maybe you see a part of yourself in the experiences I went through and find inspiration for change. I would like to leave you with this little quote:

“ Nothing in Nature lives for itself,
Rivers don't drink their own water.
Trees don't eat their own fruit.
Sun doesn't give heat for itself.
Flowers don't spread fragrance for themselves.
Living For Others, is the rule of Nature”
 
(unknown author)


VOLUNTEER
Lottie Bakker (27 years)

"I believe recovering from your eating disorder is possible, if there is attention payed to the uniqueness of every single person. Nobody is the same, and we all possess unique qualities that need to be used in this world. ISA Power cares for her clients, and pays attention to every single unique and divine person. That's why I am so happy to help" 

We are looking for enthusiastic people who are willing to help us. Wonderful that you are visiting our website, and that you want to strengthen the team as a volunteer!

ISA Power’s main activity is personal coaching and trainings to people whom are battling with eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia and so on) and want to overcome their eating disorder. Besides that, ISA Power organizes a diversity of activities such as workshops, informative and inspiring lectures at universities and highschools.

you have a... 

  • curious and playful attitude

  • pro-active attitude (you show initiative and don’t wait for things to come your way)

  • lot of stamina (you have mental strength)

  • lot of humour and you show dedication (laughing is healthy)

  • positive attitude ‘‘If I want to achieve something, I can do it’’ (everything is possible)

  • flexible and solution-focused attitude (problems don’t exist)

  • creative, colourful and imaginative mindset (you’re a visual thinker)

  • good set of communication skills (you are a good listener and capable to adapt)

During your work you’ll receive training sessions and personal coaching sessions from ISA Power’s founder Isabelle Plasmeijer. The communication within the organisation is honest and sincere. Every day we work on our own development to guarantee our own growth as well as that of our clients.

your function

From your own experience you know how difficult it is to suffer from an eating disorder. You’ve conquered your eating disorder and you are an example and inspiration for others who aren’t this far yet.

  • You support ISA Power by writing inspiring blogs;

  • You enjoy sharing, writing and you’re creative;

  • You’re pro-active and contact clients and other organisations;

  • You're willing to promote (flyers) ISA Power anywhere

  • During events and workshops you’ll be assigned with supporting tasks;

  • You’ll keep in touch with clients through e-mail, chat and phone;

  • You can be a buddy to a boy/girl, man/women.

interested to help?  

Are you going to strengthen the ISA Power team and are you going to help people conquer their eating disorder for a full 100%? Write an enthusiastic and eye-catching e-mail and attach a passport photo, resume and motivation letter and send it to [email protected]  -  Recording an introduction video will be highly appreciated.


VOLUNTEER
Maxime Laheij (24 years)

"I believe in 100% recovery. That's exactly what I did myself. Now I want to help others in achieving the same, that's why I am a volunteer at ISA Power. Will you join the team as well? 
 

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