Teleconferences & Webinars


The Center for Mindful Eating hosts a variety of teleconferences and webinars many of which are free and open to the public. Our programs are intended to support professionals and anyone interested in exploring and understanding the principles of mindfulness and mindful eating. Some teleconferences are specified for members only, and our more focused trainings include a small fee.  All of our programs listings are for Eastern Standard Time (EST or EDT). To convert the time to your local area, we suggest using this time zone converter.

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Upcoming events

    • 18 Jul 2017
    • 3:00 PM (EDT)
    • 1 CE Webinar - FREE to TCME members, $15 non-members

    Brain research tells us that "the mind" is actually a group of systems with different goals, which often disagree on the correct action to take in the moment. Join neuroscientist Sandra Aamodt to learn how these brain systems influence food choices and weight regulation, how they're affected by dieting, and how mindful eating can help to resolve conflicts between them.


    Participants will:
    • Identify the brain systems involved in regulating eating and body weight
    • Understand the physiological and psychological reactions to calorie restriction
    • Appreciate how mindful eating avoids triggering such reactions

    The Brain Science Behind Mindful Eating

    Sandra Aamodt, Ph. D.

    July 18th, 3pm EST

    1 CE/CPE, APA and CDR approved

    This program is eligible for one (1) continuing education credits provided by International Seminars Group (ISG).  ISG is approved by the American Psychological Association to provide continuing education credits for psychologists.  Most master-level therapy boards also accept CE credits from APA sponsors.  ISG is also an approved Continuing Professional Education provider for the Commission on Dietetics Registration (CDR).  ISG maintains responsibility for the content of their programs.



    Sandra Aamodt, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and science writer, most recently the author of Why Diets Make Us Fat: The Unintended Consequences of Our Obsession with Weight Loss. Her talk at TEDGlobal 2013 about why she stopped dieting and started eating mindfully has received over 3.5 million views, and she has published opinion pieces in The New York Times and elsewhere.


    She received her undergraduate degree in biophysics from Johns Hopkins University and her Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Rochester. After four years of postdoctoral research at Yale University, she joined Nature Neuroscience, a leading scientific journal in the field of brain research, in 1998 and was editor in chief from 2003 to 2008.


    In her free time, Sandra loves dancing, truck camping, travel photography, hiking, and cooking. You can reach her via sandraaamodt.com, on Twitter @sandra_aamodt, or at sandra.aamodt@gmail.com.

    • 01 Aug 2017
    • 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • 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.

    • 09 Aug 2017
    • 12:00 PM (EDT)
    • FREE - Offered by donation

    Mindful Living isn't just a way of eating, it's a way of living. Mindful Eating actually exists in a much wider context that includes the ways in which we may harm ourselves both physically and emotionally. In additions, we will examine the ways in which we speak about our food that may be ungrateful and even morally incorrect. How honest are we about how we use food to dampen emotions or use food as a weapon against ourselves? And of course, there are the ways in which we may use food as an intoxicant. This teleconference focuses on the ethics of mindful eating and the impact they have on both sabotaging and enhancing our relationship to food, our bodies and our relationships.


    Participants will:

    • What does it mean to have an ethical commitment to mindful eating?
    • How does non-ethical eating sabotage mindful eating?
    • How does ethical eating enhance our relationship to food, our bodies and relationships?
    The Five Precepts of Mindful Eating: 
    Ethical Considerations on the Path
    August 9th, 2017 | 12:00 pm EST  (www.worldtimebuddy.com)
    Open to the public - intended for professionals and introductory level


    Ronna Kabatznick, Ph.D. is a social psychologist, a writer and editor. She has been specializing in mindful eating since 1984 when she began working as a behavioral weight management consultant for Weight Watchers International for nine years. She wrote two best selling books, The Zen of Eating: Ancient Answers to Modern Weight Problems and Who by Water: Reflections of a Tsunami Psychologist. Dr. Kabatznick also helped edit one of the Dalai Lama's international best-sellers, The Art of Happiness. She served on the Board of TCME and is now an advisor to TCME. She works with clients remotely throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. She lives in Berkeley, CA and has been committed to working with clients dealing with eating, depression and relationship for the past thirty years.


    • 15 Aug 2017
    • (EDT)
    • 22 Aug 2017
    • (EDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • 2 CE/CPE | $30 Members, $60 Non-Members


    Presented by Megrette Fletcher, MEd, RD, CDE


    This two-part webinar will explore the role of mindful eating in nutrition education. The key concept is how can professionals communicate nutrition education without promoting restrictive eating, AKA dieting. Participants will understand the role of shame in restrictive eating and why non-judgment and self-compassion are important counseling skills to develop and offer in a nutrition counseling session.


    The second part of this webinar will review effective mindful eating tools that can be used in nutrition counseling and explore how to include new tools including the USDA food pattern recommendations.


    • Participants will be able to state three benefits of using nonjudgmental awareness in counseling session.
    • Participants will be able to see how mindful eating can ease restrictive eating patterns
    • Participants will be learn about three resources available to teach nutrition education and promote mindful eating.
    This program is the fifth of seven in our Foundations of Mindful Eating webinar series  that are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to mindful eating principles and practices. This program will meet twice for a total of 2 hours. Two (2) CE/CPE for therapists and dietitians will be provided by ISG following completion of the post-test survey and evaluation. ISG is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  ISG is also a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).  ISG maintains responsibility for this program and its content.


    ABOUT OUR PRESENTER:

    Megrette Fletcher is a cofounder of The Center for Mindful Eating and has served many positions including the 2013-2016 President. She is a public speaker and author of a number of books, including Discover Mindful Eating for Kids, Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes with Michelle MD, Discover Mindful Eating: A resource of handouts for health professionals, with Frederick Burggraf.  Megrette has also crafted detailed training for both the consumer and professional including, Am I Hungry: Diabetes, The Before, During and After the Bite Workshop, and The Core Concepts of Mindful Eating online training.  She is a registered dietitian and certified diabetes educator who has worked at an area hospital for over 16 years. 


    Megrette’s curious name means “little Margaret” and seems to have French origins. Unfortunately, she is not a native speaker but she is an avid cyclist, passable cook, and a terrible bowler.  She lives in New Hampshire with her two and four-legged family.  She had maintained a daily meditation practice since 1999 when she began studying Buddhism as part of the Triratna Buddhist Order.  To learn more about Megrette, visit her website at Megrette.com


    • 05 Sep 2017
    • 4:00 PM
    • 1 CE Webinar - FREE to TCME members, $15 non-members

    Mindful Eating can be a valuable set of skills that can be brought into the athletic or sports performance context, offering both professionals and athletes alike with ways of exploring the food, eating and body experience with greater depth and insight. Athletes can be a different & diverse population, and mindful eating can provide a strong foundation of approaching nutrition from a place of respect, self care and active self reflection & inquiry. This webinar is suitable for Dietitians, Therapists or anyone interested in how Mindful Eating can be applied in different groups of people.


    Participants will:

    • Develop a greater understanding Mindful Eating Principles as they may apply in the athletic context
    • Learn about the common difficulties athletes may encounter when trying ME
    • Understanding how to balance nutrition education/knowledge with Mindful Eating Skills to optimise performance

    Mindful Eating for Athletes

    Fiona Sutherland, RD

    Sep 5th, 4pm EST

    1 CE/CPE, APA and CDR approved

    This program is eligible for one (1) continuing education credits provided by International Seminars Group (ISG).  ISG is approved by the American Psychological Association to provide continuing education credits for psychologists.  Most master-level therapy boards also accept CE credits from APA sponsors.  ISG is also an approved Continuing Professional Education provider for the Commission on Dietetics Registration (CDR).  ISG maintains responsibility for the content of their programs.



    Fiona Sutherland is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Sports Dietitian from Melbourne, Australia. She is director of Body Positive Australia, and The Mindful Dietitian. Fiona is a specialist in Mindful Eating, Eating Disorders and eating behaviour, working from a Health At Every Size (R) perspective. She is currently the long-term Nutrition Consultant to The Australian Ballet School and Racing Victoria's Jockeys Apprenticeship High Performance Program.


    www.bodypositiveaustralia.com.au

    www.themindfuldietitian.com.au


    • 19 Sep 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • FREE - Offered by donation

    How can mindful eating free you from all the "shoulds" that fill up your life? In this webinar, Megrette Fletcher will review three ways that mindful eating can help let go of the blame, shame and "should" that are part of every meal. This webinar will review the role of observing without judgment, the value of self-kindness and the power of curiosity. These three tools will help you overcome the "should" of craving, the "should" of unknowing, and the "should" of self-harm.


    • List three "poisons" people have with food
    • List the three cures for these poisons
    • List two ways mindfulness practice can help decrease craving, unknowing and self-destruction.


    Breaking the Should Habit
    Megrette Fletcher M.Ed, RD

    September 19, 2017 | 12 pm EST (worldtimebuddy.com)

    Free and open to the public, donations welcomed. 



    Megrette Fletcher M.Ed, RD. CDE is a dietitian, diabetes educator, and mindful eating expert. She is a co-founder of The Center for Mindful Eating and author of four books including Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat with Diabetes. and her newest book, The Core Concepts of Mindful Eating: Professional Edition. To learn more about Megrette visit her website at www.megrette.com

    • 29 Sep 2017
    • (EDT)
    • 06 Oct 2017
    • (EDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • 2 CE/CPE | $30 Members, $60 Non-Members

    Presented by Caroline Baerten, RD


    In recent scientific studies we understand better how a compassionate mind do influence our brains, bodies and the way we relate to ourselves and food.


    In this two-part webinar series, we will discuss and experience different compassion-based meditation practices which nourish the heart qualities, both for health care professionals as their clients.


    These heart-full meditations will be offered as a home assignment after the first session and practiced on a daily basis throughout the following week.


    In part one of the series, we offer an introduction to heart-full-ness that will provide participants with a better understanding of these affective qualities, its history and benefits.


    In the second part of the series, there is time for sharing and an opportunity to learn from each other what they've noticed in the past week. There will be further deepening of the compassion-based model for individuals with eating issues (working with resistance, self-criticism, shame, difficult emotions).


    Participants will:

    • Understand better our relationship with food from compassionate perspective
    • Learn tools how to manage distress compassionately
    • Understand our emotional system and the benefits of a compassionate approach
    This program is the sixth of seven in our Foundations of Mindful Eating webinar series  that are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction in mindful eating principles and practices. This program will meet twice for a total of 2 hours. Two (2) CE/CPE for therapists and dietitians will be provided by ISG following completion of the post-test survey and evaluation. ISG is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  ISG is also a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).  ISG maintains responsibility for this program and its content.

    ABOUT OUR PRESENTER:

    Caroline Baerten, the founder of MeNu, Centre for Mindful Eating and Nutrition, in the heart of Europe (Brussels). She works as an integrative psychotherapist, mindfulness-based nutritionist/RD and is also a qualified chef.

    She is a certified Mindful Eating, Conscious Living teacher (ME-CL) and offers additionally Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindful Self-Compassion courses to her clients with eating issues.


    Since 2012 she has created an international platform for mindful eating teachers in Europe. In her institute MeNu, professional mindful eating training programs and mentoring sessions (e-coaching) are facilitated for healthcare providers.

    She is part of several research projects where the impact of mindful eating on health, wellbeing and ecology are studied.

    Caroline’s personal meditation practice is in the tradition of zen teacher Thich Nhat Hanh and under guidance of Dan Brown, PhD.


    Caroline’s interest for mindful eating is intimately connected with her passion for the earth and expressed by urban gardening and pottery. In her life and work Caroline encourages mindful food choices based on culinary joy, compassion and sustainability.


    • 26 Oct 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • FREE - Offered by donation

    Cuando trabajamos la nutrición pediátrica, en específico los problemas relacionados a la ingesta excesiva, o deficiente y monótona de los niños y adolescentes, necesitamos entender las costumbres y creencias del sistema familiar en torno a la alimentación. La alimentación consciente (Mindful Eating) puede permitir a los niños reconectar con la sabiduría natural de sus cuerpos para tomar decisiones adecuadas en torno al comer. También puede ayudar a los padres a recuperar la confianza en que sus hijos pueden comer sana y equilibradamente, sin necesidad de tantas reglas y restricciones alimentarias. 


    Los asistentes aprenderán:

    • Explorar las costumbres alimentarias en casa
    • Entender las expectativas y creencias que tienen los padres en torno al abordaje nutricional 
    • Enseñar ejercicios sencillos de Alimentación Consciente para el hijo y sus padres
    In the work of pediatric nutrition, particularly the issues related to an excessive or poor consumption of food that some children and teenagers have, it is necessary to understand the family eating habits and beliefs around food. Mindful Eating can help children reconnect with the wisdom of their bodies to make adequate eating decisions. It can also help parents trust their children skills to eat a healthy and balanced diet without too many rules or food restrictions.

     Participants will:
    • To explore the Family eating habits
    • To understand the parents beliefs and expectations around the nutritional approach
    • To teach simple mindful eating tips for the child and his family


    Mindful Eating para la Familia | Mindful Eating for the Family
    October 26th, 2017 | 12:00 pm (www.worldtimebuddy.com)
    Abierta a todo el público - 
    Open to the public

    Dra. Claudia Vega es pediatra, nutricionista y psicoterapeuta basada en Mindfulness. Trabaja con familias e individuos a entender la relación mente-cuerpo para poder hacer cambios de actitud y comportamiento y poder llevar estilos de vida más saludables. Se ha entrenado en el programa MECL 1 y 2 y es maestra calificada de MBSR por la UCSD. Se ha formado también como maestra de Yoga para niños y adultos. Colabora con el Consejo de TCME. Facilita talleres de Alimentación Consciente para niños, adolescentes, adultos y familias. Su sitio web es: www.nutrintegra.com 


    Claudia Vega, MD, MS. Claudia is a Pediatrician, Nutritionist and Mindfulness Based Psychotherapist. She works with families and individuals helping them understand the relationship between mind and body in order to achieve attitudinal and behavioral changes that allow them to have healthier lifestyles. She has trained in MECL-1 and MECL-2 and is a qualified MBSR teacher by the UCSD. She has also trained as a Yoga Teacher for children and adults. She serves on the TCME Board. She leads Mindfulness and Mindful Eating workshops for children, teenagers, adults and parents. Her website is: www.nutrintegra.com




    • 05 Dec 2017
    • (EST)
    • 12 Dec 2017
    • (EST)
    • 2 sessions
    • 2 CE/CPE | $30 Members, $60 Non-Members

    Presented by Marsha Hudnall, MS, RD, CD 

    and Sandra Aamodt, Ph.D.


    As concern about body size continues as a primary topic among those interested in health and well-being, it is essential that mindful eating teachers understand the role of mindful eating in supporting the internal regulation of a healthful weight. Equally important is to recognize weight stigma, which is a driving factor for eating and weight struggles among many people. This presentation will equip mindful eating teachers with understanding, knowledge and tools to help their clients move beyond the thin ideal to make eating choices that truly support their health and well-being.


    • Participant goals:
    • Describe the role of mindful eating in supporting the internal regulation of body weight.
    • Identify three ways weight stigma contributes to ill health.
    • Explain the self-determination theory that supports the power of mindful eating to help people make discerning choices in the interest of their health.

    This program is the last of our Foundations of Mindful Eating webinar series  that are designed to provide a comprehensive introduction provide a foundation in mindful eating principles and practices. This program will meet twice for a total of 2 hours and will be recorded. Two (2) CE/CPE for therapists and dietitians will be provided by ISG following completion of the post-test survey and evaluation. ISG is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists.  ISG is also a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited Provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR).  ISG maintains responsibility for this program and its content.


    See all the Foundations Series Webinars scheduled in 2017


    ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS:

    A registered dietitian nutritionist, Marsha Hudnall, has been a voice of reason and a thought leader for the last three decades in helping women move away from restrictive notions of food and health so that they can better adopt a sustainable approach to eating well. 


    She has spent the last three decades working to help women give up dieting rules and understand how to truly take care of themselves through mindful eating and living. Her mission is to help women learn to enjoy eating and living well, without worries about health and weight. She encourages women to embrace their love of food, which you might call being a foodie. If so, it’s appropriate because being a foodie means you pay attention when you eat -- a recipe made in heaven for eating well.


    Since 1986, Marsha has been a part of Green Mountain at Fox Run, the Vermont women's retreat that pioneered the non-diet approach to health and healthy weights. An accomplished writer, she has written hundreds of articles for popular magazines, newsletters and professional journals, and has worked extensively on a national basis to produce curricula and pamphlets to educate the public about nutrition and about the impact of dieting and the diet mentality on eating behaviors, including binge eating and emotional eating. 


    Long active with several national professional associations, Marsha recently stepped down from the board of the Binge Eating Disorder Association in order to serve as the president of The Center for Mindful Eating.


    You can find Marsha on Green Mountain's website, which features her writing in articles and on her blog A Weight Lifted. You can also reach her on Twitter @MarshaHudnall and on Green Mountain at Fox Run's Facebook page, or email her at Marsha@fitwoman.com.


    Sandra Aamodt, Ph.D., is a neuroscientist and science writer, most recently the author of Why Diets Make Us Fat: The Unintended Consequences of Our Obsession with Weight Loss. Her talk at TEDGlobal 2013 about why she stopped dieting and started eating mindfully has received over 3.5 million views, and she has published opinion pieces in The New York Times and elsewhere.


    In collaboration with Sam Wang from Princeton University, she wrote two other books. Welcome to Your Brain: Why You Lose Your Car Keys But Never Forget How to Drive and Other Puzzles of Everyday Life was named Young Adult Science Book of the Year by the American Association for the Advancement of Science in 2009. Welcome to Your Child’s Brain: How the Mind Grows from Conception to College was published in 2011.


    She received her undergraduate degree in biophysics from Johns Hopkins University and her Ph.D. in neuroscience from the University of Rochester. After four years of postdoctoral research at Yale University, she joined Nature Neuroscience, a leading scientific journal in the field of brain research, in 1998 and was editor in chief from 2003 to 2008.


    In her free time, Sandra loves dancing, truck camping, travel photography, hiking, and cooking. You can reach her via sandraaamodt.com, on Twitter @sandra_aamodt, or at sandra.aamodt@gmail.com.



Past events

26 Jun 2017 Bring Mindfulness to Emotional Eating
13 Jun 2017 Cultivating a Formal Mindfulness Meditation Practice
06 Jun 2017 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
05 Jun 2017 Eating with Attention
16 May 2017 Creating Mindful Eaters: Building Mindful Mealtime Skills with Children
02 May 2017 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
25 Apr 2017 Beyond Hope: Five Must-have Emotions for Eating Disorder Recovery
13 Apr 2017 The BASICS of Mindful Eating
04 Apr 2017 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
14 Mar 2017 Establishing a Mindful Eating Practice
07 Mar 2017 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
21 Feb 2017 Get Stressed, Eat, Repeat. Why Eating Becomes Habit.
14 Feb 2017 Three Roots of Mindful Eating
07 Feb 2017 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
26 Jan 2017 Mindful Eating Day 2017
18 Jan 2017 Understanding the Good Practice Guidelines for Mindful Eating Teachers
03 Jan 2017 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
06 Dec 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
05 Dec 2016 Creating a Sacred Kitchen: How to sanctify your eating space & make it holy
29 Nov 2016 Annual Fundraising Auction
01 Nov 2016 How to Manage Your Feelings to Improve Your Relationship with Food.
01 Nov 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
28 Oct 2016 Lovingkindness as the 6th Food Group: Adding Emotional Nourishment to Mindful Eating
11 Oct 2016 5 Steps to Overcoming Feelings of Food Addiction
04 Oct 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
22 Sep 2016 La Magia de Comer Despacio | The Magic in Slowing Down en Espanol
20 Sep 2016 Mindful Eating Resources that Promote Shame Resilience
06 Sep 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
29 Aug 2016 Introducing Mindful Eating to Your Clients with Anorexia
16 Aug 2016 Mindless Eating as a Form of Self-Betrayal
02 Aug 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
11 Jul 2016 The Magic of Slowing Down
05 Jul 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
28 Jun 2016 Responding to Emotional Eating Struggles with KAR-ing
07 Jun 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
26 May 2016 Shame: The Soul Eating Emotion
16 May 2016 Yoga & Mindful Eating for Children
03 May 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
01 May 2016 Research Methods for Beginners
26 Apr 2016 Get Stressed, Eat, Repeat. Why Eating Becomes Habit
20 Apr 2016 Food and Forgiveness - Part II
13 Apr 2016 Discovering Delicious Movement
05 Apr 2016 Mindful Eating Community Meditation
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
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
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
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
07 Jul 2015 Eating With Loving Kindness
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
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
23 Apr 2015 The Zen of Eating: Ancient Answers to Modern Weight Problems
09 Apr 2015 Nourishing the Planet - How Mindful Eating Can Help
30 Mar 2015 Build A Better Diet - Family
18 Mar 2015 Mindfulness and Compassion, Two Wings of a Bird
05 Mar 2015 Talking Nice: The Language of Eating Success
26 Feb 2015 Introduction To Self-Compassion-Based Eating Awareness Webinar Training
09 Feb 2015 Life Skills to Heal Troubled Eating
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
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
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
16 Jun 2014 Building Your Ideal Mindful Eating Practice
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
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
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
08 Oct 2013 Curiosity is the Key: Helping Kids Enjoy Eating
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
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
12 Mar 2013 Mindful Eating and Diabetes: Effects of Awareness on Blood Glucose Control

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