Food Psychology for Mind and Body
This course is designed to help you better understand your relationship to food and eating, mind and body. The course offers a mixture of theory around the psychology of eating, nutritional principles and practical tips on how to establish and sustain a healthy mindset around food and your body. It is not a diet or a meal plan.
It will guide you through a deeper understanding of your identity as an eater, as well as outline how to harness this insight, in order to create a compassionate, intuitive, healthy and freeing relationship with food, which will support your holistic wellbeing and sense of self.
Please note that the course is intended for educational purposes only; it is not a form of therapy. If you feel that you need therapeutic support for disordered eating, the course provides guidance on where to seek it.
You will Learn:
- An introduction to food psychology: the factors that underlie the what, how, why and when of our eating behaviours
- How to recognise your own food behaviours and mindset around eating through self-awareness
- How to make holistically healthier choices, based on intuitive, embodied insight into what wholesomely feeds and fuels your life
- How to cultivate a mindset of self-love around food and your body
- How diet culture has been unhealthily normalised in our society, and how we can healthily reject its influence on our eating psychology
- How intuitive eating as a practice can help you navigate a new, healthy and balanced relationship to food, as well as to life
- How your relationship to food and body is a mirror to your relationship with life
- How to get help if you feel you are struggling with disordered eating
Benefits of Taking This Course:
- Gain greater understanding of how you think, feel and behave around food
- Learn how to make your relationship with food more conscious and more aligned with healthy principles
- Foster an intuitive relationship with food and your body — one that is driven by what feels balanced, nourishing and satisfying at an embodied level
- Gain autonomy from diet culture and diet mentality
- Gain insight into where your relationship with food and your body reflects other possible areas of growth in your life, and step into those with newfound confidence