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Events

The Center for Mindful Eating is dedicated to providing professionals information about training on a range of approaches to mindful eating. We host a variety of free teleconferences for members and non-members, focusing on professional development and personal enrichment. Members attending teleconferences are eligible for CPE’s through Skelly Publishing.

Upcoming events

    • 10 Jun 2015
    • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Webinar: FREE to TCME members, $15 non-members
    TCME is delighted to welcome Uffe Damborg, Danish Clinical Psychologist, Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and Mindfulness Teacher to present "Eating with Loving Kindness." 

    This program addresses all degrees of overeating, and even severe levels of binge eating. The program sees the effects of existential stress as primary causes of troubled eating patterns.  Accordingly, a person with a weight and overeating problem must 1) unlearn the problematic pattern through the cultivation of full presence with the natural inner hunger and satiety regulation when eating; and 2) by the same motivation learn a healthier and more effective way of managing stress instead of abusing food. 

    Both skills are the outcome of the very simple but not so easy practice of mindful eating awareness.  The approach in this program however, is informed by very structured  sequences of Buddhist insight and breathing meditation in order to deepen the therapeutic effect of informal mindful eating awareness. The heightened awareness of the enjoyment of eating is experienced as a weight regulating reward throughout the program. 

    The sustained application of Buddhist loving-kindness meditation for the development of care, empathy and compassion for oneself and others, serves purposes both to enhance interpersonal skills and as a motivational  force in mindful eating.

     You will learn how:

    1) To apply very structured mindfulness strategies to avoid the pitfalls of mindless eating.
    2) To cultivate the intention of self-care, self-empathy and self-compassion in order to deal with eating problems.
    3) To cultivate enjoyment of eating as a important weight loss condition.

    Eating With Loving Kindness with Uffe Damborg
    06/10/2015 - 11 am EST
    Free to TCME members / $15 non-members
    One CPE available to all participants

    Uffe Damborg is a Danish Clinical Psychologist, Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and Mindfulness Teacher, (both secular and spiritual), who teaches at Buddhist retreats in Scandinavia. In collaboration with Nutritionist and Weight Loss Counselor Per Brændgaard, Uffe has been implementing mindful eating practices in the National health sector since 2007. Their very structured approach to mindful eating is the topic of this book: Mindful Eating Awareness: Weight Loss with Wisdom. The English version was published in 2014. Both Uffe and Per have worked with mindful eating in individual consultations, group-based courses, lectures and through the media. Uffe has spent 8 years as a lay practitioner in Buddhist meditation monasteries in South Asia, the home of mindfulness, that adds a special flavor to his way of integrating mindful eating into Western psychology.

    He loves reading, writing and meditative gardening at his summer house in Southern Sweden.

    • 16 Jun 2015
    • (EDT)
    • 21 Jun 2015 (EDT)
    • Great Vow Monastery, Clatskanie, OR
    Facilitators: Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW


    The intersection of mindfulness, eating and our relationship to food is the focus of this Mindful Eating/Conscious Living professional training. Inherent within that juncture are the thoughts, emotions and physical sensations that impact how we relate to food and our body in skillful and unskillful ways.
    The training emphasizes experiential engagement in mindfulness meditation practices and mindful eating awareness exercises, so that the participants will be able to pass the benefit of these exercises on to clients and patients in a variety of settings. These practices and exercises are integral components of the eight- session Mindful Eating Syllabus designed by Bays and Wilkins, which provides the organizing structure for creating a program appropriate to the individuals and groups you serve. This training centers on building skills as you explore, experience and learn to teach core aspects of mindful eating


    Note: This is a required course for MECL Teacher Qualification or Certification. For more information: http://mbpti.org

    Facilitators: Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW
      The program will be led by experienced clinicians, mindfulness teachers and retreat leaders, Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, LCSW. Char is a MBSR teacher certified by the Center for Mindfulness at UMass Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA. Jan is a pediatrician and author of Mindful Eating, A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food. The program draws from Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), current research, and the instructors' combined 26 years of experience working in public and clinical settings with a wide range of people with distressed eating patterns.

    Registration will be limited for this experiential program in order to cultivate an intimate, personal and highly interactive workshop environment. 
     
    For more information, see http://mbpti.org/mecl_home.html
    • 16 Jun 2015
    • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
    • FREE Teleconference - Open to the Public

    The blessing of food is part of every spiritual tradition, from ancient to modern. The essence of food blessings is to help awaken us to both gratitude and awareness. Blessings help us to become become conscious of the sacred aspects of food and to the sacred aspects of life itself, including the sun, the moon and the rain. Food blessings are also a common form of spiritual and emotional nourishment because they have the power to fill us with a sense of humility, dignity, awe and wonder. Yet how often do we take the time to bless the food that we eat and the beverages that we drink? Or do we forgo that sacred time and space by mindlessly diving in, gulping it down, and taking it for granted? This teleconference is designed to help members learn about the beauty of gratitude and the ways in which it can help provide an opportunity to transform eating from a mundane activity into a holy, sacred activity.


    1 What are Food Blessings, the different forms and types?

    2 What are their function and why are they so powerful?

    3 How food blessing can help mindful eating?


    Ronna Kabatznick, Ph.D. is a social psychologist who has been specializing in mindful eating for the past thirty years. She was the psychologist and spokesperson for Weight Watchers International for nine years and helped develop their behavioral management program.

     
    Her book, The Zen of Eating: Ancient Answers to Modern Weight Problems has been an international best seller. Her latest book, Who by Water: Reflections of a Tsunami Psychologist is about working with Tsunami Survivors in Thailand. Dr. Kabatznick is in private practice in Berkeley, CA. She is devoted to helping people learn about the sacred aspects of eating as a way of transforming destructive eating habits. Dr. Kabatznick also works with clients across the country via SKYPE.


    • 25 Jun 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Teleconference - FREE to TCME members, $15 General Public

    Meditation & Mindful Eating - Three Part Series


    Strengthening Your Mindfulness Muscles with Lynn Rossy, Ph.D.


    Part I: Concentration and Loving-kindness – The Foundations of Your Mindfulness Practice | June 25, 5:30 pm 




    Having a mindfulness meditation practice is not necessary to be a mindful eater, but it helps. Research shows that people who are stronger in mindfulness are more likely to eat intuitively, have better body image, and have less disordered eating. Mindfulness is a skill that helps you focus and attend to sensations like hunger, satiety, and taste, as well as increases kindness and self-compassion. Meditation practice is a method for strengthening your mindfulness. It’s like going to the gym for your mind. This three part series will take all of the mystery out of meditation, show you how to apply it to mindful eating, and help you establish a meditation practice of your own.


    Participants will:


    • Learn basic meditation practices that increase focus, attention, and lovingkindness
    • Learn how mindfulness meditation practice enhances your efforts to eat mindfully
    • Learn 8 ways to make your meditation practice a habit rather than an afterthought
    Meditation & Mindful Eating 3 Part Series
    Strengthening Your Mindfulness Muscles

    Free to TCME Members | $10/session non-members
    1 CPE Available to all participants

    Join us for Parts II and III (not required though!)


    Part II: Mindfulness - Sitting Makes Eating so Much Better! | July 23, 5:30 pm Registration Link


    Part III: Making Your Meditation Practice a Non-Negotiable Priority | August 20, 5:30 pmRegistration Link


    Lynn Rossy, Ph.D., is a health psychologist who specializes in offering mindfulness-based interventions for eating, stress, and work-life balance at the University of Missouri’s four campuses and to national corporations and businesses.

    She developed an empirically-validated mindfulness-based intuitive eating program called Eat for Life which helps people have a healthy relationship with food and their bodies—decreasing binge eating while increasing body image, mindfulness, and intuitive eating.


    She founded a Mindfulness Practice Center at the University of Missouri and has been teaching Mindfulness- based Stress Reduction Programs since 2001—receiving her training from the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society in Massachusetts. She completed her yoga teacher certification through the National Yoga Alliance Program at Kripalu in 2002. She completed a three year Community Dharma Leader Training through Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California in January 2008 and has been a student of Buddhist meditation since 1998.


    Her greatest passion is helping people find delicious ways to eat and move their bodies, while discovering greater meaning and purpose in life. She loves to play the piano, dance salsa, eat fabulous food, and celebrate life with friends. She can be found anywhere by listening for her infectious laugh.


    www.TastingMindfulness.com

    • 05 Jul 2015
    • (EDT)
    • 10 Jul 2015 (EDT)
    • Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health

    For Mental-Health and Health-Care Professionals.
    Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT), developed by Jean Kristeller and supported by NIH-funded research, addresses mindless and stress-related eating, disordered eating patterns, and obesity through the application of mindfulness meditation. This workshop provides intensive training in the application of the MB-EAT intervention program in clinical settings.


    Informed by Jon Kabat-Zinn’s Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction work and the principles of food-intake regulation, the MB-EAT program employs mindfulness meditation, eating exercises, didactic instruction, and self-reflection to cultivate awareness and a more balanced and positive relationship to eating and weight.
    Those with a substantive mindfulness meditation practice and related professional/clinical experience with eating issues are eligible to receive the full manual and be qualified to teach the MB-EAT program. Others receive an introduction to the practices of MB-EAT and gain valuable tools, approaches, and information to integrate into their work with others.


    Note Tuition includes the Eating for Awareness CD set. Attendance at this workshop does not automatically qualify you to teach the MB-EAT program, but you will receive skills and tools to integrate into clinical practice. For more information, e-mail registration@kripalu.org or call 866.200.5203. Full program listing available on Kripalu Center's website.


    CE Credits
    This program is eligible for
    • 35 credits for Registered Dietitians (RD), $30 additional charge
    • 28 credits for Certified Counselors (NBCC), $30 additional charge
    • 35 credits for Social Workers (SW), $30 additional charge
    • 35 credits for Psychologists (PSY), $30 additional charge
    • 35 credits for Yoga Alliance (YA), $30 additional charge
    • 35 credits for Athletic Trainers (BOC), $30 additional charge


    Jean Kristeller, PhD, a clinical psychologist, has used meditation-based interventions for eating disorders and obesity for more than 20 years, and has received NIH funding for related research for the past seven years. She has taught at Harvard Medical School, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Indiana State University, and co-founded The Center for Mindful Eating. JKristeller@indstate.edu.

    Andrea Lieberstein, MPH, RD, RYT, registered dietitian nutritionist, mindfulness-based stress reduction, mb-eat instructor and mindful eating coach, leads mindful eating trainings and retreats internationally, coaches and trains professionals and the general public. In her private practice she works with individuals with a wide range of disordered eating, weight management, body image issues and stress related issues and health concerns She directs Mind, Body, Spirit Programs at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco. Andrea is a contributing author to The Stress Reduction and Relaxation Training Workbook (5th edition) and Some Leaders are Born Women. She has degrees from Stanford University and University of California at Berkeley. www.mindfuleatingtraining.com
    • 10 Jul 2015
    • 12 Jul 2015
    • Omega Institute, Rhinebeck, NY USA
    Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) Retreat
    Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT), developed by Jean Kristeller, addresses the mindless eating so prevalent in our culture undefined the type of eating that can lead to weight gain, obesity, disordered eating patterns, and stress-related eating.


    In this highly participatory weekend, you can experience a new approach to eating, supported by NIH-funded research, that helps you cultivate your inner wisdom through a variety of mindful eating practices and guided meditations. You will be shown how to eat in a way that is more attuned to your body's needs, how to experience the full pleasure and taste of food without overeating, and how to release the guilt and struggle so often associated with eating. Outer wisdomundefinedmaking personal use of current, scientifically-based nutrition and exercise guidelinesundefinedwill also be explored. These tools can help you make informed, balanced, healthy choices in your life and be truly nourished by your food.

    In addition to learning specific approaches to mindful eating, the workshop includes daily sitting meditations and gentle movement to bring awareness and deepen your understanding of mindfulness as it supports more balanced living.
    No previous mindfulness meditation experience is required.

    For more information and to register see the Omega Institute program listing.

    Jean Kristeller, PhD, a clinical psychologist, has used meditation-based interventions for eating disorders and obesity for more than 20 years, and has received NIH funding for related research for the past seven years. She has taught at Harvard Medical School, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and Indiana State University, and co-founded The Center for Mindful Eating. Jean.Kristeller@indstate.edu

    Andrea Lieberstein, MPH, RD, RYT, registered dietitian nutritionist, mindfulness-based stress reduction, mb-eat instructor and mindful eating coach, leads mindful eating trainings and retreats internationally, coaches and trains professionals and the general public. In her private practice she works with individuals with a wide range of disordered eating, weight management, body image issues and stress related issues and health concerns She directs Mind, Body, Spirit Programs at Kaiser Permanente San Francisco. Andrea is a contributing author to The Stress Reduction and Relaxation Training Workbook (5th edition) and Some Leaders are Born Women. She has degrees from Stanford University and University of California at Berkeley. www.mindfuleatingtraining.com
    • 23 Jul 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Teleconference - FREE to TCME members, $15 General Public

    Meditation & Mindful Eating - Three Part Series


    Strengthening Your Mindfulness Muscles with Lynn Rossy, Ph.D. 


    Part II: Mindfulness - Sitting Makes Eating so Much Better! | July 23, 5:30 pm



    Having a mindfulness meditation practice is not necessary to be a mindful eater, but it helps. Research shows that people who are stronger in mindfulness are more likely to eat intuitively, have better body image, and have less disordered eating. Mindfulness is a skill that helps you focus and attend to sensations like hunger, satiety, and taste, as well as increases kindness and self-compassion. Meditation practice is a method for strengthening your mindfulness. It’s like going to the gym for your mind. This three part series will take all of the mystery out of meditation, show you how to apply it to mindful eating, and help you establish a meditation practice of your own.


    Participants will:


    • Learn basic meditation practices that increase focus, attention, and lovingkindness
    • Learn how mindfulness meditation practice enhances your efforts to eat mindfully
    • Learn 8 ways to make your meditation practice a habit rather than an afterthought
    Meditation & Mindful Eating Three-Part Series
    Strengthening Your Mindfulness Muscles

    Free to TCME Members | $10/session non-members
    1 CPE available to all attendees

    Join us for Parts I and III (not required though!)


    Part I: Concentration and Lovingkindness – The Foundations of Your Mindfulness Practice | June 25, 5:30 pm Registration Link


    Part III: Making Your Meditation Practice a Non-Negotiable Priority | August 20, 5:30 pmRegistration Link


    Lynn Rossy, Ph.D., is a health psychologist who specializes in offering mindfulness-based interventions for eating, stress, and work-life balance at the University of Missouri’s four campuses and to national corporations and businesses.

    She developed an empirically-validated mindfulness-based intuitive eating program called Eat for Life which helps people have a healthy relationship with food and their bodies—decreasing binge eating while increasing body image, mindfulness, and intuitive eating.


    She founded a Mindfulness Practice Center at the University of Missouri and has been teaching Mindfulness- based Stress Reduction Programs since 2001—receiving her training from the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society in Massachusetts. She completed her yoga teacher certification through the National Yoga Alliance Program at Kripalu in 2002. She completed a three year Community Dharma Leader Training through Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California in January 2008 and has been a student of Buddhist meditation since 1998.


    Her greatest passion is helping people find delicious ways to eat and move their bodies, while discovering greater meaning and purpose in life. She loves to play the piano, dance salsa, eat fabulous food, and celebrate life with friends. She can be found anywhere by listening for her infectious laugh.


    www.TastingMindfulness.com

    • 20 Aug 2015
    • 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
    • Teleconference - FREE to TCME members, $15 General Public

    Meditation & Mindful Eating - Three Part Series


    Strengthening Your Mindfulness Muscles with

    Lynn Rossy, Ph.D.


    Part III: Making Your Meditation Practice a Non-Negotiable Priority | August 20, 5:30 pm



    Having a mindfulness meditation practice is not necessary to be a mindful eater, but it helps. Research shows that people who are stronger in mindfulness are more likely to eat intuitively, have better body image, and have less disordered eating. Mindfulness is a skill that helps you focus and attend to sensations like hunger, satiety, and taste, as well as increases kindness and self-compassion. Meditation practice is a method for strengthening your mindfulness. It’s like going to the gym for your mind. This three part series will take all of the mystery out of meditation, show you how to apply it to mindful eating, and help you establish a meditation practice of your own.




    Participants will:


    • Learn basic meditation practices that increase focus, attention, and lovingkindness
    • Learn how mindfulness meditation practice enhances your efforts to eat mindfully
    • Learn 8 ways to make your meditation practice a habit rather than an afterthought


    Meditation & Mindful Eating Three-Part Series:
    Strengthening Your Mindfulness Muscles


    Free to TCME Members | $10/session non-members
    1 CPE available to attendees

    Join us for Parts I & II (not required though!)


    Part I: Concentration and Lovingkindness – The Foundations of Your Mindfulness Practice | June 25, 5:30 pm Registration Link


    Part II: Mindfulness - Sitting Makes Eating so Much Better! | July 23, 5:30 pm Registration Link


    Lynn Rossy, Ph.D., is a health psychologist who specializes in offering mindfulness-based interventions for eating, stress, and work-life balance at the University of Missouri’s four campuses and to national corporations and businesses.

    She developed an empirically-validated mindfulness-based intuitive eating program called Eat for Life which helps people have a healthy relationship with food and their bodies—decreasing binge eating while increasing body image, mindfulness, and intuitive eating.


    She founded a Mindfulness Practice Center at the University of Missouri and has been teaching Mindfulness- based Stress Reduction Programs since 2001—receiving her training from the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society in Massachusetts. She completed her yoga teacher certification through the National Yoga Alliance Program at Kripalu in 2002. She completed a three year Community Dharma Leader Training through Spirit Rock Meditation Center in California in January 2008 and has been a student of Buddhist meditation since 1998.


    Her greatest passion is helping people find delicious ways to eat and move their bodies, while discovering greater meaning and purpose in life. She loves to play the piano, dance salsa, eat fabulous food, and celebrate life with friends. She can be found anywhere by listening for her infectious laugh.


    www.TastingMindfulness.com

    • 04 Oct 2015
    • (EDT)
    • 09 Oct 2015 (EDT)
    • Pendle Hill, Wallingford, PA

    Facilitators: Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW 


    The intersection of mindfulness, eating and our relationship to food is the focus of this Mindful Eating/Conscious Living professional training. Inherent within that juncture are the thoughts, emotions and physical sensations that impact how we relate to food and our body in skillful and unskillful ways.

    The training emphasizes experiential engagement in mindfulness meditation practices and mindful eating awareness exercises, so that the participants will be able to pass the benefit of these exercises on to clients and patients in a variety of settings. These practices and exercises are integral components of the eight- session Mindful Eating Syllabus designed by Bays and Wilkins, which provides the organizing structure for creating a program appropriate to the individuals and groups you serve. This training centers on building skills as you explore, experience and learn to teach core aspects of mindful eating


    Note: This is a required course for MECL Teacher Qualification or Certification. For more information: http://mbpti.org

    Facilitators: Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW
      The program will be led by experienced clinicians, mindfulness teachers and retreat leaders, Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, LCSW. Char is a MBSR teacher certified by the Center for Mindfulness at UMass Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA. Jan is a pediatrician and author of Mindful Eating, A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food. The program draws from Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), current research, and the instructors' combined 26 years of experience working in public and clinical settings with a wide range of people with distressed eating patterns.

    Registration will be limited for this experiential program in order to cultivate an intimate, personal and highly interactive workshop environment. 
     
    For more information, see http://mbpti.org/mecl_home.html
    • 05 Nov 2015
    • (EST)
    • 10 Nov 2015 (EST)
    • Casa Azul De Tepoztlan, Mexico
    Facilitators: Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW


    The intersection of mindfulness, eating and our relationship to food is the focus of this Mindful Eating/Conscious Living professional training. Inherent within that juncture are the thoughts, emotions and physical sensations that impact how we relate to food and our body in skillful and unskillful ways.
    The training emphasizes experiential engagement in mindfulness meditation practices and mindful eating awareness exercises, so that the participants will be able to pass the benefit of these exercises on to clients and patients in a variety of settings. These practices and exercises are integral components of the eight- session Mindful Eating Syllabus designed by Bays and Wilkins, which provides the organizing structure for creating a program appropriate to the individuals and groups you serve. This training centers on building skills as you explore, experience and learn to teach core aspects of mindful eating


    Note: This is a required course for MECL Teacher Qualification or Certification. For more information: http://mbpti.org

    Facilitators: Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW
      The program will be led by experienced clinicians, mindfulness teachers and retreat leaders, Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, LCSW. Char is a MBSR teacher certified by the Center for Mindfulness at UMass Medical School, Worcester, MA, USA. Jan is a pediatrician and author of Mindful Eating, A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food. The program draws from Mindfulness-based Stress Reduction (MBSR), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), current research, and the instructors' combined 26 years of experience working in public and clinical settings with a wide range of people with distressed eating patterns.

    Registration will be limited for this experiential program in order to cultivate an intimate, personal and highly interactive workshop environment. 
     
    For more information, contact Mindful Eating Mexico. This training will be conducted in English and translated into Spanish.

Past events

20 May 2015 Mindful Eating: Shifting the Focus from Weight to Well-being
18 May 2015 Healthy Eating Position Statement - TCME Members Discussion
13 May 2015 Food, Sustainability and the Role of Mindfulness
05 May 2015 Wrestling with Desire
27 Apr 2015 Six Mindful Eating Activities that Promote Lasting Change
24 Apr 2015 MECL1: Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: A Foundational Professional Training
23 Apr 2015 The Zen of Eating: Ancient Answers to Modern Weight Problems
15 Apr 2015 MECL1: Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: A Foundational Professional Training
09 Apr 2015 Nourishing the Planet - How Mindful Eating Can Help
08 Apr 2015 MECL2: Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: Deepening your Skills and Practice
30 Mar 2015 Build A Better Diet - Family
27 Mar 2015 Mindful Eating Retreat: After the First Bite
21 Mar 2015 Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Binge Eating Retreat
21 Mar 2015 Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating For Binge Eating Therapist Training
18 Mar 2015 Mindfulness and Compassion, Two Wings of a Bird
05 Mar 2015 Talking Nice: The Language of Eating Success
27 Feb 2015 Mindful Eating With Kids and Teens
26 Feb 2015 Introduction To Self-Compassion-Based Eating Awareness Webinar Training
20 Feb 2015 Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) Retreat
09 Feb 2015 Life Skills to Heal Troubled Eating
09 Feb 2015 Am I Hungry? Eat Mindfully, Live Vibrantly Workshop and Retreat
22 Jan 2015 Developing a Practice of Healthful Eating: How Mindful Eating Can Help
19 Jan 2015 Auto-compasión y alimentación con atención plena / Self-Compassion and Mindful Eating
08 Dec 2014 Here Come the Holidays: 5 Steps to Mindfully Enjoy Holiday Food without Weight Worries
01 Dec 2014 On a Scale of All or Nothing, How Anxious Are You?
17 Nov 2014 Stress Eating: Can We Comfort Ourselves with Food?
07 Nov 2014 The Magic of Slowing Down
07 Nov 2014 Mindful Eating Retreat with Andrea Lieberstein MPH, RD and Ven. Jampa Sangmo
04 Nov 2014 Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating for Diabetes Facilitator Training - Webinar series
31 Oct 2014 Mindful Eating Retreat: After the First Bite
27 Oct 2014 Food Fights, Fears and Feelings: Helping Kids Eat Better with Mindful Eating
16 Oct 2014 Mindful Eating and Nutrition: Helping Clients Become 'Aware'
15 Oct 2014 Using Mindfulness to Calm Anxiety
04 Oct 2014 Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Binge Eating Therapist Training
28 Sep 2014 MB-EAT Professional Training Program
17 Sep 2014 Members Only - Round Table Discussion
08 Sep 2014 From the Taste of Food to the Food of our Memories
19 Aug 2014 Finding Your Healthy Weight
15 Aug 2014 Using "The Mindfulness Toolbox" to Overcome Cravings and Anxiety at Mealtime
13 Aug 2014 Members Only - Round Table Discussion
23 Jul 2014 Eating for Quality, Not Quantity: The Magic of Our Sense of Taste
17 Jul 2014 Members Only - Round Table Discussion
08 Jul 2014 Out of Hunger
26 Jun 2014 The BASICS of Mindful Eating
22 Jun 2014 MB-EAT Training for Professionals
22 Jun 2014 Am I Hungry? Eat Mindfully, Live Vibrantly Workshop and Retreat
16 Jun 2014 Building Your Ideal Mindful Eating Practice
30 May 2014 Mindful Eating Retreat: After the First Bite
15 May 2014 Mesa Redonda: La Alimentación con Atención Plena en el Contexto de Comunidades de Habla Hispana
07 May 2014 Members Only - Round Table Discussion
06 May 2014 Exploring Mindful Eating
30 Apr 2014 Mindful Eating, Evidence for its Effectiveness in the Prevention and Management of Childhood Obesity and Diabetes
30 Apr 2014 MB-EAT Training for Professionals
29 Apr 2014 Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: 5-day Professional Training
24 Apr 2014 What is Mindful Eating?
14 Apr 2014 Happy Food
09 Apr 2014 Members Only - Round Table Discussion
19 Mar 2014 Food for Thought - Helping Clients Explore Mindful Eating (Part II)
12 Mar 2014 Using Mindfulness to Enjoy Eating More: Living with Diabetes
12 Mar 2014 Food for Thought - Helping Clients Explore Mindful Eating (Part I)
27 Feb 2014 The Self-Compassion Diet: Treating Eating Issues with Loving-Kindness
19 Feb 2014 Helping Your Clients Create A Mindful Eating Practice
18 Feb 2014 Creating Wellness
13 Feb 2014 The Weight of Words
07 Feb 2014 Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Retreat
28 Jan 2014 How Mindful Eating Can Prevent Diabetes
22 Jan 2014 Members Only - Round Table Discussion
15 Jan 2014 Mindful Eating and Motivational Interviewing: What's the Connection?
30 Dec 2013 Helping Your Clients Create A Mindful Eating Practice
05 Dec 2013 Multitasking -- Saving Time or Losing Enjoyment at Meals?
01 Nov 2013 Multi-Tasking and Mindful Eating
12 Oct 2013 Fall 2013 Food For Thought Newsletter: Multi-Tasking
08 Oct 2013 Curiosity is the Key: Helping Kids Enjoy Eating
29 Sep 2013 2013 MB-EAT Workshops and Programs
24 Sep 2013 The Seven Keys to Unlocking Unconscious, Underlying Conflicts About Food, Weight and Self-care
16 Sep 2013 Barriers to Mindful Eating
09 Sep 2013 Staying: Turning Towards What Is Difficult
06 Aug 2013 The Vital Role of "Stomach Hunger" in Learning Satiety
22 Jul 2013 The Intersection of Abuse and Disordered Eating
17 Jul 2013 Mental Weight
16 Jul 2013 Food For Thought: Mindful Eating and Families
12 Jul 2013 MECL: Mindful Eating/Conscious Living Trainings
21 Jun 2013 2013 MB-EAT Workshops and Programs
16 Jun 2013 2013 MB-EAT Workshops and Programs
05 Jun 2013 Mindfully Listening to Your Inner Child
22 May 2013 The Vital Role of "Stomach Hunger" in Learning Satiety
14 May 2013 Mindful Eating -- for the health of it!
07 May 2013 Teleconference: Accessing Acceptance
17 Apr 2013 Non-Judgment: A Case Study
13 Apr 2013 Mindful Eating Workshop
12 Apr 2013 Mindful Eating Workshop with Megrette Fletcher
10 Apr 2013 Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: 5-day Professional Training
12 Mar 2013 Mindful Eating and Diabetes: Effects of Awareness on Blood Glucose Control
14 Nov 2012 Eating for Nutrition AND Pleasure

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