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 and webinars for members and non-members, focusing on professional development and personal enrichment. Members attending our programs are eligible for CPE’s through Skelly Publishing (approved for RDs)

Upcoming events

    • 10 May 2016
    • One CE, Approved for RD's

    Purchase one CE, approved for RD's, issued by Skelly Skills.


    Available to those who have attended the live program. Remember, if you are a TCME member, you do not need to pay for CE for this program. Contact us if you did not receive the separate CE certificate email.


    Thank you!





    • 16 May 2016
    • 11:00 AM
    • Webinar - Free and Open to the Public


    In this FREE webinar, Claudia Vega, MD, will talk about yoga and mindfulness as tools to help children self-regulate, make better decisions, and improve attention, concentration and social development.


    Objectives of the program:
    1. To know what is the evidence about the benefits of yoga and mindfulness in children
    2. To learn how to implement a simple mindfulness practice with children
    3.  To learn 3 short mindfulness exercises for children

    Yoga & Mindful Eating for Children

    May 16, 2016 11 am EST 
    • Webinar with Powerpoint
    • FREE 
    • 1 CPE Available to all TCME Members who participate live in this program issued by Skelly Skills (Approved for RD's)
    • Open to the public - intended for professionals and introductory level

    Claudia Vega (Mexico) is a Pediatrician, Nutritionist and Psychotherapist. She specializes in working with children, teenagers and adults who have eating and weight issues. Claudia also works in the prevention of eating disorders by raising awareness about the risk factors, such as body dissatisfaction, a low self-esteem–based on appearance, dieting, negative body talk (among children and/or their parents) and also by increasing positive attitudes such as a non-appearance oriented self-concept, and replacing restrictive dieting with a more balanced and mindful relationship with food. For such purpose she gives lectures and Mindful Eating workshops to pre-teens, teenagers and their parents.

    http://www.nutrintegra.com
    • 26 May 2016
    • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
    • Webinar FREE to TCME Members, $15 non-members

    We can never touch the depth of vulnerability when feelings of shame and guilt are present. Most people with eating issues are driven by the devastating presence of shame.

    In mindful eating sessions, participants learn to identify this affect/cognition and how it is expressed in many different ways within themselves. Sometimes shame shows itself as ‘the inner critic (or self-blamer)’ or ‘the pusher (for whom it is never enough)’.


    It is clear that the feelings of shame have huge consequences for our wellbeing. In the context of normal development, shame is the source of low self-esteem and deficient body-image. In the context of pathological development, shame is central to the emergence of alienation, loneliness and perfectionism.


    When participants abuse food (or their bodies), shame and guilt can get in the way of finding support and thus moving forward.


    We believe that mindful eating teachers have an important responsibility to create a warm holding environment in mindful eating program where vulnerability and feelings of shame are embraced without any judgements. If our participants can share their story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can never survive.


    Participants will:

    • Learn the connection between shame and the inner critic
    • Learn how to identify and work with shame in a mindful eating program
    • Understand antidotes for shame and guilt

    Shame: The Soul Eating Emotion

    Caroline Baerten, RD (Belgium)

    FREE for TCME Members, $15 non-members

    May 26, 2016 9 am EST

    Webinar access: 
    Access information (telephone and online) will be emailed to you following registration. A recording will be made available to all participants following the presentation.

    Learn more about TCME Membership
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    One CPE (approved for RDs) is available to everyone who participates live in this program.


    Caroline Baerten works as a mindfulness-based psychotherapist and nutritionist/RD. She is a Mindful Eating, Conscious Living teacher, a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) and a Mindful Self-Compassion teacher.

    Caroline is the founder of MeNu, The Centre for Mindful Eating and Nutrition, in Brussels (me-nu.org).


    Her mission is to introduce mindful eating in the European health care system and to create a platform for individuals and professionals by facilitating trainings, masterclasses and high quality mindful eating teacher retreats with internationally renowned trainers. She serves on the board of The Center for Mindful Eating (TCME, USA) since 2013 and is a speaker at international webinars and symposia.


    Caroline’s personal meditation practice is under the guidance of Vietnamese zen teacher Thich Nhat Hanh (Plum Village). Her long-term meditation background encompasses a wide field of experiences in both Burmese Vipassana tradition and Japanese Zen Buddhism.


    In her personal and professional life, she explores the interconnection between food, living beings and the environment. Her interest in mindfulness and sustainability is expressed in her love for urban gardening, foraging edible plants, and her contemplative work as a ceramist.


    Caroline can be contacted through info@me-nu.org

    www.me-nu.org



    • 07 Jun 2016
    • 12:00 PM
    • Free & Open to the Public

    Meditation cultivates attention and awareness of thoughts, feelings, and all the senses without judgment. It encourages curiosity and cultivates compassion, thus providing a foundation for mindful eating.


    The Center for Mindful Eating is committed to developing a community who share the above view and create a protected time and space to deepen your meditation practice together with like-minded people. 


    This drop-in meditation session will commence with a brief round of introductions, followed by a twenty-five minute guided meditation practice. After the sitting, there will be a short talk and guided discussion around a mindfulness related topic. This will be followed by a final cultivation practice (e.g. gratitude, loving-kindness) to conclude.


    This meditation drop-in class is designed for those who have an existing mindfulness practice.


    Participants will:


    • deepen their meditation practice 
    • 
develop a sense of our online community 
    • take time for themselves

    Led by a member of The Center for Mindful Eating board of directors.

    • 08 Jun 2016
    • 11:00 AM
    • Webinar - Free to TCME Members, $15 non-members

    This webinar will be an introduction to Qualitative and Quantitive Research and to the main phases of a research project.  The last 20 minutes of the webinar will be dedicated to participants' research questions.


    Participants will:

    1. Explore the different phases of a research project
    2. Understand what qualitative research is and isn't
    3. Understand what quantitative research is and project main methods 

    Research Methods for Beginners

    Cinzia Pezzolesi, PhD

    June 8th, 2016, 11 am EST

    Free to TCME Members, $15 non-members

    One CPE Available for all participants through Skelly Skills, (Approved for RDs)



    Cinzia Pezzolesi, PhD,

    is a chartered Clinical Psychologist and senior lecturer on mental health and wellbeing. She is qualified as a mindfulness

    teacher at the University of Bangor (North Wales, UK) and as CBT therapist at Oxford University. 

    She is currently acting as the Clinical Director of The Mindfulness Project (UK).


    She is also a Mindful Eating trainer (received my formal training in Boston USA) and a member of the board of the Centre for Mindful Eating in the USA.


    She has a PhD in Human Factors in Health Care and obtained my Clinical Psychologist degree from the University of Urbino (IT). 


    She currently live in the UK, and over the years I have developed a strong research interest around wellbeing and mindfulness in various health care settings. 

    My areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, eating disorders and wellbeing at work.


    Cinzia enjoys spending time with her family and has a strong passion for sport. She played volleyball professionally in Italy for over 15 years and is now a supporter of the UK team ‘Polonia Volleyball’.


    To learn more about Cinzia's work, visit www.cinziapezzolesi.com



    • 19 Jun 2016
    • 24 Jun 2016
    • Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health, Massachusetts, USA

    Jean Kristeller, PhD  and Andrea Lieberstein, MPH, RDN


    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 program provides intensive training in the application of the MB-EAT intervention 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 are 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.


    More information about the program on the Kripalu website


    Continuing Education Information:


    CE Credits:

    Social Workers (SW) : 34 credits

    Registered Dietitians (RD) : 34 credits

    Psychologists (PSY) : 34 credits

    • 24 Jun 2016
    • 26 Jun 2016
    • Concord, MA

    This is a mindfulness based, experiential weekend intensive. The focus is upon being attentive to the arising and satisfaction of physiological hunger, attending to what foods match the hunger, and eating in a mindful manner until satisfied and no longer hungry. We also focus upon differentiating emotional hunger and cravings from physiological hunger and using mindful awareness to investigate what is really going on. In addition, we spend some time learning to change our relationship with a chosen problem food, through mindful eating. All teaching is interspersed with actual experience and practice. This is an intimate workshop, with 8 people maximum, in a retreat-like setting. 


    A SELF-LED APPROACH TO REPAIRING 
    ONE’S RELATIONSHIP WITH FOOD AND BODY


    June 24, 2016 6:30-9:30 EST

    June 25, 2016 9:00-4:00 EST

    June 26, 2016 9:00-3:00 


    Alice J. Rosen, MSEd, LMHC 

    www.TheConsciousCafe.org 

    16 CEU's available for additional charge through Commonwealth Educational Seminars. 

    Space is limited to eight participants.


    For more information and to register, contact:

    alice.rosen@gmail.com


    • 28 Jun 2016
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • TCME Webinar - Free to members, $15 non-members

    We all have difficult moments in our lives. Suffering with headaches, heartaches, feelings of sadness, fear, loneliness, confusion, depletion, or overwhelm, we may turn to food in an effort to replenish, comfort, or numb ourselves.

    Join Self-Care Collaborator Amy Tuttle, RD, LCSW to learn how the mindful process of KAR-ing and Four Mindful Questions™ can help you and your clients respond (instead of react) to suffering.


    We will practice using these mindfulness tools to understand how they can enhance emotional wave-riding skills, including mood and food regulation skills.


    Participants will:

    1. Help clients resolve emotional eating struggles by enhancing awareness, acceptance, and skillful action with the mindful process of KAR-ing
    2. Share Four Mindful Questions™ with clients in order to deepen knowing and to guide self-care intentions and actions
    3. Describe two ways a skillful Self-Care Collaborator™ collaborates mindfully

    Responding to Emotional Eating Struggles with KAR-ing:

    Mindfulness Practices & Tools for Self-Care Collaborators

    Amy Tuttle, RD, LCSW

    June 28, 2016, 6 pm EST

    Free to TCME members, $15 non-members



    Webinar access: 

    • Access information (telephone and online) will be emailed to you following registration. 
    • A recording will be made available to all members following the presentation.
    • One CPE (approved for RDs) is available to TCME members who participate live in this program.

    Amy Tuttle, RD, LCSW has spent the last 25 years making amends for being one of those preachy good-food/bad-food dietitians who tells people how to lose weight. Her work now as a Self-Care Collaborator™ is informed by her experience as a mindfulness meditation teacher, an eating disorder nutrition therapist, and a Health-at-Every-Size® proponent.


    Amy developed Nourishing Aliveness® mindfulness-based no-diet programs to help people recover from dieting and emotional eating, repair body despair, restore self- and body trust, and rediscover what matters most. In addition to offering individual and groups sessions, Amy provides mindful adventures in creativity, self-care, and self-acceptance through Art-full & Heart-full Workshops and the Shooting Star Self-Care Camp.


    Being able to offer these experiences and self-care support services fulfills Amy’s main intentions in developing the Nourishing Aliveness programs—to enhance health and well-being, create community, and generate joy-fullness.



    Nourishing Aliveness

    • 05 Jul 2016
    • 12:00 PM
    • Free & Open to the Public

    Meditation cultivates attention and awareness of thoughts, feelings, and all the senses without judgment. It encourages curiosity and cultivates compassion, thus providing a foundation for mindful eating.


    The Center for Mindful Eating is committed to developing a community who share the above view and create a protected time and space to deepen your meditation practice together with like-minded people. 


    This drop-in meditation session will commence with a brief round of introductions, followed by a twenty-five minute guided meditation practice. After the sitting, there will be a short talk and guided discussion around a mindfulness related topic. This will be followed by a final cultivation practice (e.g. gratitude, loving-kindness) to conclude.


    This meditation drop-in class is designed for those who have an existing mindfulness practice.


    Participants will:


    • deepen their meditation practice 
    • 
develop a sense of our online community 
    • take time for themselves

    Led by a member of The Center for Mindful Eating board of directors.

    • 04 Oct 2016
    • (EDT)
    • 09 Oct 2016
    • (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


    REGISTRATION LINK


    Note: This is a required course for MECL Teacher Qualification or Certification. For more information go to: http://mbpti.org/me-cl-teacher-certification/

    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. 
     

    • 22 Oct 2016
    • 28 Oct 2016
    • Carefree Resort, Arizona

    A specialized yoga-therapy training program and certification in eating disorder treatment. The 2016 Mindfulness-Based Yoga Certification Retreat is in Carefree, Arizona at the Carefree Resort, October 22nd - October 28th, 2016. This training week will equip professionals with tools to integrate yoga into an existing eating disorder treatment program and/or to develop a new recovery program through Yoga Therapy. We adhere to the Reconnect with Food® program model. Join Inner Door Center® staff and professionals across the nation at Mindfulness-Based Yoga Certification in Eating Disorders retreat to learn how Yoga philosophy in conjunction with eating disorder therapy can strengthen your professional practice and powerfully impact your clients recovery. 


    For pricing, more information and to register, please see: http://innerdoorcenter.com/index.php/mindfulness-based-yoga-therapy-training 


    Provider: Beverly Price, RD, MA, E-RYT, CEDS 

    yoga@innerdoorcenter.com 


    • 50 Continuing education units by Commission on Dietetic Registration
    • 50 Continuing education units by Yoga Alliance
    • 150 Hours Yoga Therapy Practicum for individuals grandfathered into a IAYT Yoga Therapy training program
    • 6 Clock hours in body image, weight and food issues towards IAEDP Eating Disorder Specialist or the CEU renewal requirement
    • Hours toward Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC or state equivalent) along with Limited Licensed Psychologist (LLP)
    • Additional clock hours for your Yoga teacher training if taking at a training which requires elective hours/additional workshop




Past events

03 May 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
29 Apr 2016 Mindful Eating Retreat: After the First Bite
29 Apr 2016 Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Retreat
26 Apr 2016 Get Stressed, Eat, Repeat. Why Eating Becomes Habit
24 Apr 2016 Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training: A Professional Course
20 Apr 2016 Food and Forgiveness - Part II
13 Apr 2016 Discovering Delicious Movement
06 Apr 2016 Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: A Foundational Professional Training
05 Apr 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
30 Mar 2016 ME-CL2:: Mindful Eating-Conscious Living: Deepening your Practice and Skills
23 Mar 2016 Members Roundtable Discussion - Healthy Weights
21 Mar 2016 Mindful Eating: The Joy of Half a Cookie
01 Mar 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
26 Feb 2016 Mindful Eating Meditation Retreat
22 Feb 2016 Mindful Eating to Enhance CBT Therapy for Binge Eating
02 Feb 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
01 Feb 2016 No More Food labels! Coaching Clients Towards Non-judgment
28 Jan 2016 Mindful Eating Day 2016
05 Jan 2016 Resolve To Make Mindful Eating Work For You & Your Clients
05 Jan 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
08 Dec 2015 Wrestling with Desire: The Hindrances to Mindful Eating
02 Dec 2015 Reconnect with Food, Yoga Therapy for Eating Disorders
01 Dec 2015 Community Meditation
01 Dec 2015 GivingTuesday - Our First Online Auction
20 Nov 2015 Members Roundtable Discussion - Sustainable Food Systems
19 Nov 2015 Helping Your Child to Eat More Mindfully
17 Nov 2015 Members Roundtable Discussion - Meditation & Mindful Eating
16 Nov 2015 Members Roundtable Discussion - Food Security
10 Nov 2015 When the Doctor Says No: Dealing with Dietary Restrictions for Medical Reasons
08 Nov 2015 Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating For Binge Eating Therapist Training
08 Nov 2015 Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating for Emotional Eating and Binge Eating Retreat
05 Nov 2015 MECL1: Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: A Foundational Professional Training
03 Nov 2015 Community Meditation
15 Oct 2015 Ayudando a nuestros hijos a comer con conciencia - Helping Your Child to Eat More Mindfully - In Spanish
13 Oct 2015 Medical Illness and Mindful Eating
06 Oct 2015 Community Meditation
01 Oct 2015 Diabetes and Mindful Eating: Exploring Hunger & Blood Sugar with your Clients
22 Sep 2015 Taking the Practice of Yoga and Meditation from your Mat to your Plate
16 Sep 2015 Developing a TCME community: Meditation
16 Sep 2015 Touch Hunger, and How it Affects Our Eating Behavior
04 Sep 2015 Am I Hungry? Eat Mindfully, Live Vibrantly Workshop and Retreat
01 Sep 2015 Fear & The Diet Mentality
20 Aug 2015 Making Your Meditation Practice a Non-Negotiable Priority
12 Aug 2015 Developing a TCME community: Meditation
23 Jul 2015 Mindfulness - Sitting Makes Eating so Much Better!
15 Jul 2015 Developing a TCME community: Meditation
10 Jul 2015 Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) Retreat
07 Jul 2015 Eating With Loving Kindness
05 Jul 2015 Mindfulness-Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) for Professionals
30 Jun 2015 Mindful Eating and Kids: A Physician Panel Discussion
25 Jun 2015 Concentration and Lovingkindness – The Foundations of Your Mindfulness Practice
16 Jun 2015 Amazing Grace: The Power and Function of Food Blessings
16 Jun 2015 MECL1: Mindful Eating, Conscious Living: A Foundational Professional Training
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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