No More Food labels! Coaching Clients Towards Non-judgment

  • 01 Feb 2016
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Free Webinar for TCME Members, $15 non-members, 1 CPE

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How can clients learn to coach themselves away from fear, blame and shame? Explore the benefits of nonjudgment and mindful eating to promote improved food and eating choices. Join Megrette Fletcher, M.Ed, RD, CDE, 2013-2016 Center for Mindful Eating President, as she explores how mindful eating training can decrease the cycle of self-judgment and shame. 


Learning objectives


After completing this webinar participants will be able:


  • State two examples of when is judgment appropriate.
  • State how shame is related to judgment.
  • List three reasons why shame inhibits change
  • List three benefits of mindfulness
  • List 6 of the 8 factors that create neuroplasticity in the brain
  • From the research published in Eating Behaviors state the two groups that mindful eating was most effective. 
  • Participate in a brief meditation.

No More Food labels! 

Coaching Clients Towards Non-judgement

February 1, 2016 

12:00 - 1:00 EDT 

Cost $15 for non-members

Free for Members

Free for The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics - Weight Management DGP

1 CPE provided, approved for RDs

GoToWebinar registration will be emailed to you with your completed registration followed by access links and phone numbers to attend this program.


Megrette Fletcher is a cofounder of The Center for Mindful Eating. She is a co-author of two books, including 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 is a professional speaker and spokes person in both the US and UK. She is a dietitian and certified diabetes educator and works in a diabetes clinic.


Megrette is an avid cyclist, passable cook and a terrible bowler.  She lives in New Hampshire with two girls and too many other animals.  She has maintained a daily meditation practice since 1999 when she began studying Buddhism. To learn more about Megrette, visit her website at Megrette.com

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