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Finally, you have the solution for your clients who struggle with food addiction, guilt associated with eating, over eating, poor body image and obesity.
In this Food Psychology Coaching program, you will learn that what we eat is only half the story of good nutrition. The other half of the story is who we are as eaters.
Nutrition Education + Psychology + Coaching = Food Psychology Coaching
This one-of-a-kind professional training program is perfect for life coaches who need tools for helping clients with behavior modification as it pertains to food and eating habits.
Fitness and wellness professionals will gain insight into the psychology of client’s successes and failures when it comes to poor eating habits and dietary related illness.
Mental health professionals will finally have the needed valuable resources to assist patients with their challenges with food addiction, compulsive behaviors, and counter productive thoughts that limit health, and subsequently, limit overall productivity and fulfillment in life.
Incredible facts you may not know
A majority of people who overeat think they have a ‘willpower problem’ – but they really don’t.
If you can’t seem to control your appetite, willpower is NOT your issue. The problem is, we don’t really eat when we eat – we forget to notice, taste, and enjoy our food. The brain interprets this missed experience of eating as “hunger” – and it drives us to eat more.
Approximately 98% of all people who lose weight on a weight loss diet gain it back within 1-2 years.
When you question the 2% of people who keep that weight off long term, they have one fascinating thing in common – something powerful in their life story changed. This can mean a new career, letting go of an outdated relationship, embracing a new and positive one, moving to a new state, or changing their beliefs about who they are and how life works.
40-60% of our metabolic power at any meal – meaning our ability to digest, assimilate and calorie burn – comes from something called the Cephalic Phase Digestive Response – which is a scientific term for taste, pleasure, aroma, satisfaction, and our visuals of a meal. So, doing the math, if we don’t receive this very intimate and subjective experience of eating, we are metabolizing at only 40-60% efficiency – a stunning statistic.
Pleasure is a nutritional requirement.
All organisms on planet Earth are programmed at the most primitive level of nervous system physiology to “seek pleasure and avoid pain.” The problem is, when we aren’t receiving “Vitamin P” – pleasure from our food – perhaps because we’re following a punishing diet or not savoring our meals, the brain interprets this missed experience of pleasure as “hunger,” and we are driven to eat more.
When you eat is as important as what you eat.
This is known as Bio- Circadian Nutrition. Simply put, we are designed to digest, assimilate and calorie burn most efficiently between the hours of 12:00-1:30pm. That’s why many traditional cultures wisely and instinctively have their biggest meal at mid-day. So, if you have a tiny breakfast, small or moderate lunch, and a huge dinner, you are setting up the ideal conditions for weight gain.
Stress depletes nutrition.
Simply put, anxiety, rushing, forcing, pushing, and negative self talk all put the body in the physiologic fight-or-flight response. In this stress state, vitamins and minerals are excreted, blood flow to the digestive organs dramatically decreases, calorie burning is slowed, and hormones that signal the body to gain weight are produced. Our mental/emotional state has powerfully influenced our nutritional metabolism, regardless of the good and healthy food we may have eaten.
Relaxation is the optimum state of digestion and assimilation.
Amazingly enough, the body is optimally designed to metabolize a meal and burn calories under ‘parasympathetic dominance’, also know as the physiologic “relaxation response”. So, the question is, are you a relaxed eater, or an anxious and hurried one?
There’s a simple technique that can powerfully transform the nutritional status of every American. 5-10 long slow deep breaths will quickly – in less than a minute – shift the body from a stress state of poor digestion and low calorie burning, to a relaxation state of high nutritional metabolism. This is a “must-learn” technique from the new field of Mind Body Nutrition.
Negative self talk about food or the body – can actually generate a placebo response that causes the body to create the very thing we fear. So for example, if you are constantly living in fear of gaining weight, you will produce consistent elevated levels of the stress associated hormones cortisol and insulin, which both signal the body to store weight, store fat, and to refrain from building muscle. Our fears can literally create a metabolic reality. Are you ready to learn the tools and techniques of Dynamic Eating Psychology that elevate our level of happiness and metabolic power?
Over 94% of women polled say they dislike their body, and on any given day over 100 million Americans are on a diet. We need a lot of help when it comes to making peace with food and weight and body. Are you ready to be of real service to people and coach others with cutting edge tools in Food Psychology?
Something is Missing
Medical science has finally recognized the important role of diet in optimal health and disease prevention. Yet something is missing. Obesity, overeating, pain around body image, emotional challenges with food, digestive ailments, fatigue and nutrition-linked metabolic disorders are with us more than ever. Clearly, our collective approach to nutritional health and happiness isn’t working. It’s time for a new way of seeing things.
Have you ever felt that there is more to nutrition and health than merely telling people what to eat and what not to eat? Have you ever “hit a wall” in your practice – in your effectiveness with helping clients in a meaningful way? Or have you ever had the desire to simply go deeper with your clients, but didn’t know how?
Many nutrition and health practitioners have come to realize this: there’s a big gap in their professional training. They know about food and nutrition, but not about facilitating personal and emotional well-being. They haven’t been taught the reality of working with clients.
Challenges around health, weight, food, or metabolism are not just about formulating the right combination of nutrients and fixing faulty chemistry. To truly facilitate a health transformation we must also address the life lessons that are calling for attention through the symptoms our clients are facing. Indeed, the wisdom of life speaks to us through the body. This understanding is so often the missing ingredient in transforming health, weight problems, compulsive eating and body image distortions.
Approaching your clients with this perspective allows your work to become more authentic and real. You can then facilitate higher quality results, find a deeper level of joy in your work, and feel more engaged and alive in your practice. What’s more, you’ll reach a new level of “client attraction” – drawing to yourself the kinds of clients who are searching for the very experience you offer.
Unfortunately though, most practitioners are caught in the holding pattern of trying to “do” more for their clients – more action steps, more motivation, more tips – instead of learning how to facilitate their client’s inner healing and transformation.
By stepping into the world of Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition, you now have the opportunity to reach out to a whole new clientele. You can expand your coaching practice, advance or change your career, serve your existing clients with greater success, and dramatically enhance your own health.
As effective as many life coaches are with their clients, it’s surprising how many of those clients hold themselves back because of their personal issues with food, weight, body and health.
These hidden obstacles, when left unaddressed, inevitably limit them in other areas of life – finances, career, relationships, family, and more. The Spencer Institute will give you the powerful tools and techniques that can catalyze a whole new level of breakthrough for your clients.
You’ll learn to work with a client’s weight concerns, body image challenges, and the basic metabolic issues they face such as fatigue, mood swings, digestion, and immunity. You’ll discover a whole new way to listen and coach. And because you are already trained as a life coach, you’ll be able to translate your skills to food, health, and body with greater ease.
Indeed, you’ll reach a level of relaxed proficiency without needing to learn years of nutrition or become an expert in health. Our commitment is to deliver the kind of training that will give you more skills and confidence than you might have ever imagined.
I am only through 20% of the program curriculum and it’s worth its weight in gold! Very succinct, informative, far reaching, insightful, thought-provoking, accepting and WHOLE. I looked into your philosophy and certification programs and this one stood out and spoke to me.
What a ground-breaking, loving, forward moving-way of thinking and being. Putting clients at the center and partnering with them on this journey is more inspiring and allowing then ever. From the top of my heart-thank you for this program.
I am both a fitness professional and a life strategies coach. I searched the web for months for a solution for my “tough cases” when it comes to my clients’ eating habits and associations with food. This stuff works and it’s really cool.
It is definitely the missing link to coaching and training. And, now my business has grown because I can offer something unique that really solves my clients’ challenges. I highly recommend the food Psychology Coach Certification!
This Food Psychology coaching program is designed to help you bridge the gap between understanding the science of food – and the soul of your client. Our intention is to help you learn to experience a greater sense of ease, comfort and confidence while working with even the most challenging clients you might face. We are committed to giving you support, direction, and the practical tools that deliver meaningful results. We’ll also encourage you to discover the unique natural talent and intuitiveness that lies within you. And most importantly, we’ll do our best to help you break free of the limitations of your education and become the practitioner you were meant to be.
Welcome to the most innovative and inspiring educational experience in eating psychology. As the field of nutritional science has blossomed, a huge gap remains unfulfilled – an understanding of the heart and soul of eating. Collectively, we have a wealth of nutrition information – but very little wisdom around our rich and complex relationship with food and body.
As a student in our Food Psychology Coach Certification Program, you’ll be trained in the exciting new fields of Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition.
You’ll receive valuable tools and skills to work with the personal and emotional dimensions of weight loss, body image, energy and fatigue, immunity, mood issues, digestive concerns, compulsive eating challenges, and a host of nutrition linked health concerns. You’ll become certified as a Food Psychology Coach and empowered to serve others in practical and meaningful ways. Please join us in re-invigorating the field of health and making a difference in the world.
In the Food Psychology Coaching program, you will learn that what we eat is only half the story of good nutrition. The other half of the story is who we are as eaters. That is, our nutritional metabolism is profoundly affected by our thoughts, feelings and beliefs. It’s directly impacted by our level of stress or relaxation during meals. It’s elevated by the amount of pleasure we receive with eating. It’s energized when we have compassion for our fears about weight and body image. And finally, our metabolism is enlivened when we experience a healthy relationship with the Earth, and with our inner spiritual life.
Most of us have been taught that good nutrition is about getting the right vitamins and minerals, enough protein, and the right amounts of fat and carbohydrate. Some foods are bad for you, while others are clearly the “good guys.” And all this is certainly true, yet is woefully inadequate in describing the fullness of our nutritional reality. It’s not always enough to tell someone what to eat or how much to exercise and expect instant and magical results. We are much more complex, more interesting, and far deeper than that.
At the Institute, we see food and nutrition as a doorway into our personal world. We recognize that our challenges with food, weight, body image and health are not merely about faulty chemistry, but are linked to concerns around career, money, family, relationships, sexuality, our personal history, as well as our hopes, dreams and fears.
You will learn about Dynamic Eating Psychology
Dynamic Eating Psychology is a new field of inquiry and transformation that’s designed for anyone who eats. Each of us has a unique, fascinating, ever changing, and compelling relationship with food and body. What we believe about food, body and life powerfully influences our behaviors, our health, and our happiness. Dynamic Eating Psychology affirms the primary importance of everyone’s relationship with food. It sees food as a doorway into deeper parts of our inner world. Previously, eating psychology has been limited to those with anorexia, bulimia, and extreme obesity. That’s a very necessary yet specialized kind of psychology that’s useful for less than 1% of all people. Dynamic Eating Psychology is for the rest of us.
The beauty of Dynamic Eating Psychology is that it acknowledges that we’re all essentially whole and complete – and yet our relationship with food, body and health has important and powerful lessons to teach us if we choose to listen. Dynamic Eating Psychology also recognizes that our experience with food and body is intimately connected to, and influenced by other primary areas in our lives – relationship, family, work, sexuality, and our search for meaning and fulfillment.
Dynamic Eating Psychology is practical and pragmatic. It’s about results. At the same time, it makes plenty of room for us to explore our inner world and discover the kind of health and happiness that’s generated from within.
Here are just a few of the Dynamic Eating Psychology highlights you’ll learn in the Food Psychology Coaching program:
- New, deep and powerful strategies for working with weight loss
- The most successful techniques for healing and transforming body image
- Psychological tools for releasing unwanted food habits
- The unique relationship that women have with food, body, and health
- How psychology influences digestion, immunity, food allergies, and energy level
- The Dynamic Eating Psychology approach to compulsive and over-eating
- The Dynamic Eating Psychology approach to mood and depression
- How our inner world influences thermic efficiency – our ability to calorie-burn
- The hidden connection between food, weight and sexuality
- The influence of culture on nutritional metabolism
- The hidden psychology of dieting
- Working with our Life Story as a means to transform metabolism
- The connection between psychology, spirituality and nutritional health
You will also learn about Mind Body Nutrition
Mind Body Nutrition is an exciting new field that explores how thoughts, feelings and beliefs impact nutritional metabolism and health. It focuses on the fascinating connections between brain, body, digestion, and behavior. And it brings to light how the social, emotional, cultural, and spiritual dimensions of life can literally and scientifically influence how we digest and assimilate a meal, and how we burn calories.
The benefits of Mind Body Nutrition are practical and profound
We teach you the tools and techniques that will enable you to make a real and meaningful difference in working with excess weight, compulsive and fear driven eating, body image challenges, digestive disorders, fatigue, mood issues, chemical toxicity, and a long list of health concerns. We combine the best of mind-body medicine, important highlights from the front lines of clinical nutrition, and the pragmatic wisdom of psychology to give you a solid foundation in this provocative new field.
Clearly, the field of nutrition is ready for an infusion of new insights that will take us out of the rut of “eat this, don’t eat that” and into a new realm where we can address all of who we are as eaters – mind, body, heart, soul, metabolism, and more.
Here a just a few of the Mind-Body Nutrition highlights in Food Psychology Coach training:
Are You Changing Careers?
Perhaps you’ve noticed that there’s a tremendous excitement in the fields of nutrition, health and coaching. These professions are breaking wide open, and for good reason. Our collective knowledge here is expanding, we’re becoming more health conscious (nationally and globally), and the traditional and limited ways we’ve been viewing body and mind are giving way to a fresher and more well-rounded vision.
Even more encouraging in the fields of health and nutrition is that one doesn’t need be a doctor, dietitian, or have a PhD in order to coach others. If you have a passion for food, health, or personal growth and are willing to be innovative and cutting edge in how you educate yourself, then the opportunities are unlimited.
Food Psychology Coaching is the newest evolution in Life Coaching
The Spencer Institute has a completely unique approach to nutrition, food, psychology and coaching. We teach Dynamic Eating Psychology – a practical, down-to-earth, and fascinating discipline that truly honors and explores the human dimensions of who we are as eaters. We teach Mind Body Nutrition – a science based, ancient wisdom inspired approach that focuses not so much on what we eat, but on how nutritional status and metabolic wellness is influenced by stress, relaxation, thoughts, feelings, beliefs, eating rhythm, pleasure, culture, and so much more. In short, we teach how to effectively coach your clients where traditional nutrition falls short.
If facts and information could heal and transform people’s food, weight and health woes, they would have done so long ago.
At the Spencer Institute, we go deeper to where the action lives. So we include some of the nutrition that’s most important, yet we focus on psyche and soul. We look at a person’s life journey, their style of living, their deeper story, their hidden dreams and desires, and the places where they’re still learning to love and honor their body. This we believe is where metabolic and cellular change truly originates.
Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition Modules
Weight Loss Module
Keys to Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition approaches to weight loss treatment, basic and advanced counseling and coaching techniques, maps and checklists for working with weight loss, metabolic factors influencing weight loss, influence of archetypes, masculine and feminine weight loss psychology, listening skills for weight issues, counseling shortcuts for creating breakthroughs, weight loss and core life issues, powerful history taking, dynamic behavioral interventions, seeing through weight concerns to find key desires, working with cultural and social limitations, weight loss and soul lessons, Mind Body Nutrition distinctions for weight loss, influence of stress physiology, stress psychology, pleasure chemistry, awareness and presence, influence of timing – circadian bionutrition, working with inflammation, placebo and neuropsychology impact on weight, willpower and cephalic phase digestive response, body wisdom tools, weight loss and spiritual psychology, the power of forgiveness, influence of thoughts and beliefs on thermic efficiency, the connection between weight loss and detoxification
Body Image Module
Keys to Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition approaches to working with negative body image, basic and advanced counseling and coaching skills, body image and sexuality, body image and culture, women and body image, men and body image, history taking skills, listening skills, “presencing” interventions, working with embodiment practices, understanding the psychology of desire, body image and pleasure inhibition, body image and movement, yoga psychology and body image, radical interventions in negative body image, the neuropsychology of “loving what is”, body image and stress physiology, breakthroughs using archetypal psychology, family of origin and body image, key life transitions and body image, healing negative body image with cognitive and spiritual psychology, body image and post traumatic stress disorder.
Over-Eating, Binge Eating, Compulsive Eating Modules
Keys to Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition approaches to working with all compulsive eating concerns, basic and advanced coaching and counseling skills, influence of work/corporate culture on compulsive eating, influence of timing – circadian bionutrition, pleasure chemistry and overeating, cephalic phase digestive response and binge eating, stress physiology effects on overeating, influence of nutritional deficiencies on compulsive eating, influence of core life issues, placebo chemistry, neuropsychology, and primary fears on compulsive and overeating, powerful history taking techniques, practical short-cuts for healing binge eating, breakthroughs using re-storying techniques, breakthroughs using nutrition-dense food strategies, deeper hungers in overeating, the psychology of nourishment, influence of body image on compulsive eating, compulsive eating through life cycles, the powerful and hidden gift of compulsive eating concerns
Chronic Dieting Module
Keys to Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition approaches to working with chronic dieting, basic and advanced coaching and counseling skills, effects of chronic dieting on health, metabolism, nutritional status, energy level, and calorie burning, cultural influences on dieting, the dieting phenomenon – a hidden epidemic of the soul, the special relationship between women and dieting, influence of dieting on oxygen metabolism, chronic dieting and it’s connection to compulsive exercising, effective listening and history taking tools, false and outdated scientific beliefs around dieting, caloric theory and nutritional metabolism, using powerful language to help transform dieting beliefs, cognitive and nutritional interventions for effective treatment of chronic dieting, working with complaints of “slow metabolism,” chronic dieting and sexuality, the hidden influence of the psychology of romantic relationships on chronic dieting, chronic dieting and it’s connection to sensuality, dieting and the media
Keys to Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition approaches to working with people who fight food, skip meals, eat unbalanced diets, and see food as “the enemy.” Basic and advanced coaching and counseling skills, metabolic influences of these concerns which include fatigue, mood issues, and low immunity. Effective listening and history taking tools, maps and checklists for working with under-nourished clients, feminine and masculine differences in relationship with food, influence of stress physiology, influence of purpose and mission, key soul lessons, influence of emotional intelligence, and a deeper approach to empowering your clients with the healing power of story
Digestive Health Module
Keys to Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition approaches to working with digestive concerns, basic and advanced coaching and counseling skills, stress physiology/stress psychology and it’s influence on digestion, effects of awareness on digestion, effects of pleasure chemistry on digestive function, digestive health and culture, influence of work/career on digestive health, Mind Body Nutrition protocols for common diseases, symptoms and complaints with digestion, immunity and digestive status – the gastrointestinal immune system, the psychology of digestive ailments, impact of fear on digestive health, emotional and metabolic detoxification and it’s effects on digestion, the enteric nervous system – the brain in the belly – and it’s importance in digestive health, Ayurvedic, Chinese Medicine and Yogic insights into the digestive process, digestive ailments and family of origin issues, digestive ailments and sexuality, using digestive status as a barometer for ego development and personal empowerment, the digestive system as an evolutionary feedback loop, hidden meanings of food allergies, masculine and feminine psychology approaches to digestion, digestion and soul issues.
General Module for Working with any Unwanted Habit or Health Condition
Keys to Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition approaches to working with unwanted food habits in general, as well as basic approaches to working with all nutrition linked health concerns. Basic and advanced coaching and counseling skills, stress physiology/stress psychology and it’s influence on the healing process, short-cuts to healing and working with unwanted eating habits, Mind Body Nutrition protocols for common symptoms and complaints with fatigue, immunity and mood
You will learn:
- The Effects of The Physiologic Stress Response on Nutrition and Metabolism
- Relaxation Techniques that Profoundly Enhance Digestion and Calorie burning
- Secrets to Accessing the Wisdom of the Enteric Nervous System – the Brain in the Belly
- Nutrition and Circadian Rhythm: Practical Keys to Modulating Appetite
- The Metabolic Power of Story: How our Inner Tale Infuses Metabolism
- Mind-Body Nutrition Techniques for Weight Loss
- A Surprising Nutritional Requirement: Vitamin P – Pleasure
- The Nutritional Importance of Vitamin T – Time
- The Hidden Influence of Core Life Issues on Nutritional Metabolism
- The Placebo Effect and Nutrition: How Thoughts Influence Digestive Chemistry
- The Profound Impact of the Cephalic Phase Digestive Response on Willpower
- Mind-Body Nutrition Techniques for Body Image Challenges
- How Beliefs About Sexuality and Beauty Affect Nutritional Metabolism
You will also gain specific knowledge of the following:
- Foundations in Nutritional Counseling – the important fundamentals of deep listening, history taking, assessment skills, diagnosis, along with directive and non-directive strategies for creating change and breakthroughs
- Cognitive and Linguistic Nutrition – a study of the deeply rooted concepts and beliefs around food and health that influence dietary behavior and metabolism
- Eating and the Archetypes – a powerful look at the myths and archetypes that drive and inform our relationship with food – and hence our metabolism
- Biographical Nutrition – the importance of our “story” around food, body, and health and how to use story to heal and transform both metabolism and our relationship with food
- Deep Listening – practical work in the power of listening as a healing tool, and as the gateway to powerful healing and change
- Metabolic Empowerment – how personal power and a positive sense of self is profoundly linked to physiology and health
- Inspired Eating – how to move from a motivation based to an inspiration based relationship with food
- Reclaiming the Culture of Nourishment – empowerment skills for elevating self and clients from a culture of “feeders” to one of nourishing eaters
- From Mindful Eating to Soulful Eating – eating and nourishing ourselves from a place of celebration, naturalness, pleasure
- Food, Body and Feminine Psychology – understanding the unique architecture of the feminine psyche, and the feminine polarity of men
- Food, Body, and Masculine Psychology – understanding the unique architecture of the masculine psyche, and the masculine polarity of women
- The Nutritional Power of Slow – the emotional, cultural, psychophysiologic, and metabolic importance of slowing down
- The Psychology of Exercise and Movement – enlightening distinctions about the unspoken assumptions and hidden psychology of the exercise world
- The Healing Power of Embodiment – the most useful body based practices to help move us from a head centered experience of eating to a somatic one
- Deep Distinctions in Diagnosis – the most useful maps and tools for identifying a client’s real issues and areas for healing and growth
- The Powerful Use of Language – how to use language that is positive, empowering, evocative, and in itself – healing
- Creating a Container with your Clients – techniques for creating safety, comfort, and an atmosphere of discovery with your clients
- The Illusion of Good Food and Bad Food – how the moral and scientific distinction of good or bad foods can adversely control our health and happiness
- Breathing Practices in Mind Body Nutrition – simple psychophysiologic breathing tools for working with a host of nutrition and health and eating concerns
- Old Science, New Nutrition – identifying widely popular yet outdated science principles in nutrition that send us individually and collectively in the wrong direction
- Culture Changing 101 – changing the culture of eating within yourself, the workplace, your community, and the world
- Mission, Purpose, and Health – how our sense of purpose in the world profoundly influences our nutritional choices, and our health
- Attracting Clients – simple and powerful practices for attracting the kinds of clients you can best serve
- Food, Money, and Health – the hidden and not so hidden connections. How our relationship with money is a mind-body science phenomenon that impacts our metabolism and health
- Time Shifting and Nutrition – how our relationship with time and our beliefs about how much or how little time we have profoundly influences nutritional choices and body chemistry
- Body Wisdom and The Enteric Nervous System – how “the brain in the belly” is as important to nutritional health as “the brain in the head”
- Eating and Ritual – the all important connection between the ritual aspect of our higher brain and the nourishing function of our physiology
- The Metabolic Power of Rhythm – how rhythm is hard-wired into the human experience and it’s primary importance in nutrition and health
- The Psychology of Supplements – the little discussed but powerful psychology of pill and supplement taking. A deeper understanding of working with supplements and healing substances
- Deconstructing the Nutritional Experts – how to identify and understand the nugget of wisdom found in most nutritional systems, as well as the errors and exaggerations
- Working with Difficult Clients – the common characteristics of challenging clients and how to move through resistance, uncertainty, and confusion with the “stuck” client
- Working with Fear – how to work with and move through the fears that arise within you, and within your client
- The Wisdom of Symptoms – symptoms are more than just irritations – they have deep and profound meanings and messages
- Nutritional Personalities – each of us is not so much a person as we are a “crowd” of inner people. These powerfully influence our relationship with food, and our nutritional metabolism
- Developing Your Emotional IQ – techniques and practices for tracking the important emotional messages in both your client and yourself
- Self Imposed Dietary Imbalances – how our beliefs about food and body can dramatically short-change nutritional status
- Re-Directing Self Sabotaging Food Behaviors – simple techniques for successfully “working with” rather than “fighting” unwanted food behaviors
- Practical Coaching Techniques – the most useful coaching techniques applied to the Psychology of Eating and Mind Body Nutrition
- Placebo Science and Nutrition – the mind profoundly influences nutritional metabolism. How to use this information practically and clinically
- Working With Food Cravings – simple strategies for understanding and transforming unwanted cravings and urges
- The Body As Teacher – how the body in all it’s successes and challenges is designed as a powerful wisdom teacher on our path through life
- The 3 Levels of Diet – how to break through the confusion that happens when we fail to notice the distinctions between maintenance, therapeutic, and experimental diets
- The Spectrum of Nutrition – a simple yet powerful way to understand and place in context any nutritional approach
- The Nutritional “Matrix” – awareness and practices to help self and others break free from unhealthy and outdated beliefs about food, body, and well being
The Food Psychology Coach program is comprehensive, unique and life changing… for you and your clients!
Quite simply, there is no other program that delivers proven results for you and your clients like the Food Psychology Coach.