Mindful Eating for the Holidays!
Not Your Ordinary Tips
Lynn Rossy, Ph.D.
Cinzia Pezzolesi, Ph.D.
Thursday, December 5, 1:00 PM EST, (time zone converter)
Non Members: $10
This holiday, make the season bright by enjoying your food without guilt and showing up in your holiday best. Mindful eating can help you have your holidays and your holiday food, too. Join Lynn Rossy, Ph.D. and Cinzia Pezzolesi, Ph.D. for a conversation on Thursday, December 5, and discuss mindful eating tips that work.
These holiday tips are not your usual “show up for the party full so you won’t be tempted with goodies” and “drink lots of water so you won’t be hungry” kind of suggestions. These tips will help you be excited to show up at the next party to celebrate the good feelings and food of the season and not wake up January 1 feeling like you need a spa.
Come and discover the sparkle of the season and the joy that goes along with it.
Cinzia Pezzolesi, PhD, is a Clinical Psychologist and Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapist and Vice-President of The Center For Mindful Eating. Cinzia is also a senior lecturer on mental health and wellbeing.
Cinzia qualified as mindfulness teacher at the University of Bangor (North Wales, UK), and trained as Mindful Eating trainer in Boston (USA). Cinzia has a PhD in Human Factors in Health Care and obtained her Clinical Psychologist degree from the University of Urbino (IT) where she is originally from.
She currently lives in the UK, and over the years she has developed a strong research interest around wellbeing and mindfulness in various health care settings. Her areas of expertise include eating disorders, substance of misuse, anxiety and depression.
To learn more about Cinzia's work, visit http://www.cinziapezzolesi.com
Lynn Rossy, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and the Executive Director of Tasting Mindfulness, LLC. and President of The Center For Mindful Eating.
Lynn graduated with her masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO and she is trained to teach mindfulness-based interventions by The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society in Massachusetts as well as through the Spirit Rock Community Dharma Leaders Training Program in California. She is a 200 hr. Kripalu Yoga Teacher.
Dr. Rossy has focused her research, teaching, and clinical practice in mindfulness-based interventions, specifically in the area of eating, stress, and workplace wellness. Her experience includes developing and researching Eat for Life, a ten-week mindful eating program; supervision of professionals in the Eat for Life Program; and clinical training of doctoral psychology students. Dr. Rossy has published and presented at national and international conferences in psychology and behavioral health.
Her current projects include the further development of teachers of mindful eating, promoting a weight inclusive model of mindful eating, formalizing standards of mindful eating in research, and leading retreats in yoga and mindfulness.
You can find Lynn at http://www.lynnrossy.com