Are you a nutrition or healthcare professional/ student who wants to learn how to implement Intuitive Eating and related non-diet approaches into their practice?
The London Centre for Intuitive Eating is excited to announce the launch of a new 6 hour CPD course for nutrition professionals.
This is an online course consisting of 5 – 1 hour modules covering the basics of Intuitive Eating and non-diet approaches to nutrition, a workbook you can use with clients, and a live Q+A with Laura to help you troubleshoot issues you’re facing in your practice, or clarify questions you have on the course content. You’ll also be provided with all relevant literature (as PDFs), as well as checklists and tools you can use in practice. The course has been endorsed by The Association for Nutrition for 6 CPD units. Once you begin the course you have 1 month to view the materials and download the PDFs and tools.
The next course will begin on 1st February 2019.
1 - Introduction to Intuitive Eating and The Non-Diet Approach
Learn how dieting and weight focussed interventions may be causing more harm than good and how to help your clients move from weight loss towards Intuitive Eating using non-diet tools and principles. Learn how to market yourself as a non-diet practitioner and how to set up sessions with clients. Learn how to assess a client using the IES-2 tool.
2 - Unconditional Permission to Eat
Learn how to teach clients to move away from the diet mentality and black and white food rules. Teach clients how to systematically reintroduce ‘off-limits’ foods back into their diets in a way that feels comfortable and doesn’t overwhelm the client. Understand the principles of habituation theory and articulate the differences between restrained, flexible, and intuitive eaters.
3 - Reliance on Hunger + Satiety Cues
Learn how to help clients reconnect with their hunger & satiety cues and troubleshoot reasons clients may not experience H&S and how to help them ‘recalibrate’. Understand the benefits of mindful eating and teach your clients how to eat mindfully (at least some of the time).
4 - Eating For Physical Rather than Emotional Reasons + Body Image
Find out how to help clients differentiate between physical and emotional hunger and help them build their ‘emotional coping’ toolkit without food. Help clients stop body bashing and learn to develop body acceptance. Understand scope of practice and when to refer to therapy.
5 - Body Food Choice Congruence + Non Diet Exercise
How to talk to clients about food without using good/bad labels and to help clients understand how food makes them feel. How to help clients find physical activity they enjoy and warning signs of overexercise and when to refer to GP.
6 - Putting it all together; Live Q+A
Facebook live w/ Q+A to troubleshoot and answer questions (in private Facebook group)
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