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TCME Members - Please enter your discount code for 50% off the Foundations programs. All 1 CE recordings are included in your membership. You will find links to the recordings these programs in the members section.

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Integrating Mindful Eating Skills into Your Professional Setting

Presented by Jan Chozen Bays and Char Wilkins | Presented January 17, 2019

Do you work with patients or clients who struggle with unbalanced eating patterns?

Join Jan and Char for tips, examples, dos and don’ts and a few exercises you can appropriately integrate in your work. There will be time for your questions as well.

Jan Chozen Bays, MD and Char Wilkins, MSW, LCSW, creators of Mindful Living-Conscious Living™ (ME-CL) have been training professionals worldwide for 8 years in how to safely incorporate mindful eating skills and meditation in health and mental health settings.

One (1) continuing education credit with CDR provided by The Center for Mindful Eating

 


Mindful Eating for Well-Being: What's Weight Got to Do with It?

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. 

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.

Learning Objectives Part 1

  • Compare the outcomes of weight-focused and mindful approaches to eating
  • Identify three ways that weight stigma contributes to poor health

Learning Objectives Part 2

  • Describe how mindful eating supports internal regulation of body weight

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 four million views, and she has published opinion pieces in The New York Times and elsewhere.


Included: 

  • Two 60-min videos (mp4)
  • Two PDFs of the power point slides
  • Links to complete the evaluation and post-quizzes for one (1) continuing education credit provided by International Seminars Group (ISG)


How Meal Planning and Mindful Eating can Coexist

Leslie Schilling, MA, RDN

In this program, registered dietitian and nutrition therapist Leslie Schilling will discuss how meal planning can be used to foster well-being and improve mindful eating in individuals and families alike. When used with the intention of self-care, meal planning can become a supportive behavior that enhances connection with others, enjoyment of food, and mindful eating strategies.

Learning Objective:

The participant will be able to apply meal planning strategies that support mindful eating.

Presented on November 13, 2018

Leslie Schilling, MA, RDN is a nationally recognized registered dietitian, sport dietitian, author, and nutrition therapist. Through her years as a nutrition professional, Leslie has practiced in many settings including infant nutrition, general pediatrics, and children with special health care needs.

Included: 

  • One 60-min videos (mp4)
  • One PDFs of the power point slides
  • links to complete the evaluation and post-quizzes for one (1) continuing education credit provided by The Center for Mindful Eating


The recordings below are no longer available for Continuing Education Credit.

Mindful Meditation Practice and Scientific Theory 

Sharon Theroux, Ph.D.,ABPP

A formal mindful meditation practice is essential to increase awareness of the thoughts, feelings, and body sensations that drive us to eat mindlessly. 

In this two-part webinar series, we discuss and explore 2 different formal meditation practices that can help us become more awake in our daily lives.


Given June 11 & 18, 2018, Part 3 of our Foundations of Mindful Eating Webinar Series 

Included: Two 60-min videos (mp4), two pdfs of the power point slides, one audio recording of a guided meditation.


The Evidence Behind Mindful Eating

Shawn Hondorp, PhD, ABPP

There is increasing interest in the use of mindfulness-based interventions to address problematic eating behavior and/or aid in lifestyle interventions.  This presentation will provide up to date information regarding the research on mindfulness-based interventions aiming to address problematic eating behaviors and/or help individuals make and sustain healthy habits (e.g., healthy eating, regular exercise).   The limitations of this research will also be discussed. 

Given May 21, 2018. Included: One 60-min videos (mp4), one pdf of the powerpoint slides.


Understanding Emotional Eating for Health Professionals

Kari Anderson, DBH, LCMHC, CEDS-S


Emotional eating is part of normal eating, yet when it becomes habitual, can lead to significant physical and emotional distress and sometimes an eating disorder. Learn more about how mindfulness can be used as a bridge to a healthier relationship with food, one that is based on optimizing one’s autonomy and competence of eating.

Given Apr 10 & 17, 2018 FOUNDATIONS PROGRAM

Included: Two 60-min videos (mp4), two pdf of the powerpoint slides.

The BASICS of Mindful Eating

Lynn Rossy, Ph.D.

The BASICS of Mindful Eating webinar is a two-part series that takes you through the skills that you need to eat mindfully and provides a very useful tool for teaching others to eat mindfully. The BASICS of Mindful Eating is a component of the Eat for Life Program, developed by the presenter as a guide each time you sit down to eat.

Given Feb 15 & 22, 2018 FOUNDATIONS PROGRAM

Included: Two 60-min videos (mp4).



Mindfulness-Based Yoga

 Beverly S Price, RD, MA, E-RYT 200, C-IAYT, CEDRD-S

Mindfulness therapies, such as yoga, have gained momentum in the therapeutic community. Yoga is being used more frequently than ever before in treatments for eating disorders and disordered eating in a variety of settings. Integrating yoga as an adjunct to traditional treatments modalities for eating disorders and disordered eating can be highly effective. Yoga and yoga therapy tools and techniques will be presented.

Given January 19, 2018

Included: One 60-min video (mp4). 



Mindful Eating for Well-Being: What's Weight Got to Do with It?

Sandra Aamodt, Ph.D., Marsha Hudnall, MS, RD, CD

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.

Given December 6 & 12, 2017.

Included: Two 60-min video (mp4)


Enhance Your Mindful Eating Practice with Gratitude

Lynn Rossy, Ph.D.

Grateful individuals experience a wide variety of social, psychological, and physical health benefits. In this webinar, we will explore the benefits of being grateful and how to use gratitude as part of your mindful eating practice. This webinar is suitable for dietitians, therapists, or anyone interested in how to make gratitude a regular practice at mealtime and in response to all aspects of our lives. Given November 15, 2017. Included: One 60-min video (mp4).


Heartfulness: Where Compassionate and Joyful Living Meet

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.

Given September 29 & October 6, 2017.

Included: Two 60-min video (mp4) with survey and post-test links for two (2) continuing education credits provided by International Seminars Group (ISG). 



The Brain Science Behind Mindful Eating

Sandra Aamodt, Ph.D.

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. Given July 18, 2017 Included: One 60-min video (mp4).


Creating Mindful Eaters: Building Mindful Mealtime Skills with Children (1 CE/CPE)

Lynn Rossy Ph.D.

Adults can influence children’s eating behaviors by the foods they offer, the behaviors they model, and their social interactions with children at snack and mealtimes. Sitting down with children, eating the same foods in family-style dining provides an opportunity to encourage children’s curiosity and interest in tasting and experiencing a wide variety of healthy foods. 

Given May 16, 2017 

Included: One 60-min video (mp4). 













Establishing a Mindful Eating Practice (1 CE/CPE)

Sharon Theroux, Ph.D.

Establishing a mindful eating practice, and moving away from the diet mentality is life affirming. However, cultivating such a practice in our fast-paced society can be a challenge, requiring a shift from using external guidance about what, when, and how much to eat (e.g. diets, provided portion sizes, dress size, the bathroom scale) to internal guidance (e.g. using your taste buds, your hunger/satiety cues). A daily formal practice is essential. Given March 14, 2017

Included: One 60-min video (mp4). 


Get Stressed, Eat, Repeat. Why Eating Becomes Habit

Judson Brewer MD, Ph.D. 

Stress, emotional and mindless eating play a large role in setting up and perpetuating unsupportive eating habits. Why? These may be tapping into the same reward-based learning processes that evolved to help us remember where food is - and in modern day are hijacked by both chemical and behavioral addictions (including eating). Given February 21 & 28, 2017 

Included: Two 60-min videos (mp4).


5 Steps to Overcoming Feelings of Food Addiction

Marsha Hudnall MS, RDN, CD

The popular notion today is that anyone who can’t seem to stop once they start eating foods rich in sugar, fat and/or salt probably is addicted to those ingredients, and that’s the reason they overeat or binge eat. This webinar explore physical and psychological reasons that can drive feelings of food addiction. Given October 11, 2016

Included: One 60-min video (mp4). 


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