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Educational Webinars

We host a variety of educational webinars most of which are free to members.

For professionals we offer two series of webinars, Professional Education and Foundations of Mindful Eating II:

Professional Education series webinars are 45-60 minute professional enrichment webinars for health care professionals, psychologists, health coaches, and any one else who teaches mindful eating in a clinical setting. These webinars are free to all TCME members and $15 for non-members. Many of these webinars earn 1 CE through CDR for dietitians.

Some of these webinars also offer CE's for psychologists.

Foundations in Mindful Eating II series consists of 5 2-part webinars on foundational mindful eating topics. These webinars are $30 for TCME members and $60 for non-members and offer 2 CEs through CDR for dietitians. Some of these webinars also offer CE's for psychologists.

Exploring Mindful Eating *New for 2019*, we are introducing a new series of webinars for non-professionals who wish to learn more about how to begin or maintain a mindful eating practice. While these webinars are aimed at non-professionals, professionals are welcome to attend. These webinars are free, although donations are greatly appreciated.

Past programs, including our Foundations of Mindful Eating I series, are recorded and available in our TCME Store.  All past programs are free to TCME members, with the exception of the Foundations series, which are available to non-members at a 50% discount.

Upcoming events

    • 01 Apr 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Open to All, Donations suggested
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    ¡Únete a nuestra comunidad de meditación mensual (en línea)! 

    La meditación cultiva la atención y nos ayuda a tomar conciencia de los pensamientos, sentimientos y todos los sentidos, sin juicio. Alienta la curiosidad y cultiva la compasión, proporcionando así una base de presencia para la alimentación consciente.

    El centro de Alimentación Consciente se ha comprometido a desarrollar una comunidad que comparta la visión mencionada y crear un tiempo y espacio seguros para profundizar tu práctica de meditación junto con personas que tienen los mismos intereses que tú.

    Durante los próximos meses Cuca Azinovic compartirá con la comunidad diversas meditaciones que nos ayuden a crear este espacio de práctica y cultivo de la atención plena y el amor bondadoso. Cada mes habrá una práctica diferente con el fin de ayudarte a que encuentres tu propia práctica base de meditación con la que trabajar. 

    Estas sesiones de meditación gratuitas están diseñadas para cualquier persona interesada en aprender a meditar o profundizar en la práctica de meditación existente.

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    • 02 Apr 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Webinar Meeting,Members Free, Non-Members$10
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    TCME Conscious Cafe

    Facilitated by Alice J. Rosen, MSEd, LMHC

    Tuesday, April 2, 2019 

    12 pm EST (time zone converter)

    Members - Free

    Non-Members - $10

    An opportunity to practice mindful eating in community. Participants will come prepared with a midday meal chosen to satisfy their hunger. The one- hour group includes guided invitations to cue back into one’s senses during the entire eating process with time to process the experience.

    Please note this is not a substitute for professional mindful eating intervention.  This is a taste of mindful eating practice for those interested in learning more.

    Alice J. Rosen, MSEd, LMHC, is the founder of "The No-Diet and Self-Led Eating Workshops" and "The Conscious Cafe'. She is a faculty member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy, a Certified Internal Family Systems Therapist, and former Director of Education for "Feeding Ourselves (SM)".   

    • 10 Apr 2019
    • (EDT)
    • 17 Apr 2019
    • (EDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • 2-Part Webinar Series, 2 CE, $30 TCME Members/$60 Non-Members
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    Beyond the BASICS:

    The Teachings at the Heart of Mindful Eating


    Presented by Lynn Rossy, Ph.D.

    Wednesday, April 10 & 17, 1:00 PM EST (time zone converter)



    Two (2) continuing education credits for dietitians and psychologists (detailed CE information is below)

    $30 TCME Members, $60 Non-members

    Not a member? 

    Take 50% off the cost of this program with an annual membership today!

    The practice of mindful eating is becoming more popular as people become discouraged with the dieting culture and look for a new way of finding peace with food and their bodies. Professionals that teach mindful eating will be able to offer this profoundaly life-changing intervention in a more ethical and effective manner by being grounded in the underlying teachings and practices of mindfulness. Beyond the BASICS is a two-part series that takes you through the Four Foundations of Mindfulness from the Buddhist teachings called the Satipatthana Sutta and demonstrates how they inform the scientific practice of mindful eating.

     In Part I, discover the connection between the First Foundation of Mindfulness (Mindfulness of the Body) and greater wellbeing, emotional regulation, and nonevaluative stance towards the body (Sauer-Savala, Walsh & Lykins); and discover the connection between the Second Foundation of Mindfulness (Mindfulness of Feelings) and an understanding of how craving manifests and subsides (Brewer, et al. 2018; Brewer, Elwafil, & David, 2013;  Finally, experience the first two foundations of mindfulness through an eating exercise of the BASICS of mindful eating (Breathe and Belly Check, Assess Your Food, Slow Down, Chew Thoroughly, and Savor) (Rossy, 2016) during the session. 

    Part II will explore the Third Foundation of Mindfulness (Mindfulness of Mind) and the Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness (Mindfulness of Mental Objects) and how these teachings provide tools for enhancing self-compassion and self-care as well as reduce emotional reactivity associated with emotional eating and become protective factors against poor body image and eating pathology (Braun, 2016; Tylka, & Kroon Van Diest, 2015).

    This foundational series will equip mindful eating teachers with a deeper understanding of the holistic nature of the mindful eating practice and its ability to provide overall balance and well-being for their clients. There will be an opportunity between the two sessions for professionals to practice with  the foundations of mindfulness. A Q&A session at the end of each webinar will provide attendees the opportunity to ask questions.  PowerPoint slides and a bibliography will be provided to encourage deeper study. 

     Learning Objectives, Part I:

    After attending this intermediate-level workshop, participants will be able to:

    1. Demonstrate the ability to teach the six components of the BASICS of mindful eating (Breathe and Belly Check, Assess Your Food, Slow Down, Investigate Your Hunger, Chew Thoroughly, and Savor) in a clinical setting.  

    2. Describe how the First and Second Foundations of Mindfulness address and promote a reduction in craving, emotional eating and body dissatisfaction of clients.

    Learning Objectives, Part II:

    1. Demonstrate the ability to teach the six components of the BASICS of mindful eating (Breathe and Belly Check, Assess Your Food, Slow Down, Investigate Your Hunger, Chew Thoroughly, and Savor) in a clinical setting.  

    2. Describe how the Third Foundation of Mindfulness (Mindfulness of Mind) and Fourth Foundation of Mindfulness (Mindfulness of Mental Objects) can promote a reduction in food cravings, emotional eating and body dissatisfaction of clients.

    Program Standards and Goals

    This program meets APA’s continuing education Standard 1.1:  Program content focuses on application of psychological assessment and/or intervention methods that have overall consistent and credible empirical support in the contemporary peer reviewed scientific literature beyond those publications and other types of communications devoted primarily to the promotion of the approach.

    This program meets APA’s continuing education Goal 1: Program is relevant to psychological practice, education, and/or science.

     

    References:

    1.       Braun, T. D., Park, C. L., Gorin, A. (2016). Self-compassion, body image, and disordered eating: A review of the literature. Body Image 17 (2016) 117–131.
    2.       Brewer, J. A., Ruf, A., Beccia, A. L., Essien, G. I., Finn, L. M., van Lutterveld, R., Mason, A. E. (2018). Can Mindfulness Address Maladaptive Eating Behaviors? Why Traditional Diet Plans Fail and How Mechanistic Insights May Lead to Novem Interventions. Frontiers in Psychology;  9:1418. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01418. eCollection 2018.
    3.       Brewer, J. A., Elwafil, H. M., & David, J. H. (2013). Craving to Quit: psychological models and neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness training as treatment for addictions. Psychology of Addictive Behavior. 27(2): 366–379. doi:10.1037/a0028490.
    4.       Kahathuduwa, C. H., Boyd, L. A., Davis, T., O’Boyle, M., Binks, M. (2016). Brain regions involved in ingestive behavior and related psychological constructs in people undergoing calorie restriction. Appetite, Vol. 107: 348-361.
    5.       Lacaille, J., Ly, J., Zacchia, N., Bourkas, S., Glaser, E., Knäuper, B. (2014). The effects of three mindfulness skills on chocolate cravings. Appetite, 76: 101-112.
    6.       Potenza, M. N., Grillo, C. M. (2014). How Relevant is Food Craving to Obesity and Its Treatment? Frontiers in Psychiatry, 5: 164. doi:  10.3389/fpsyt.2014.00164.
    7.       Rossy, L. (2016). The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution: Proven Strategies to End Overeating, Satisfy Your Hunger, and Savor Your Life. New Harbinger: Oakland.
    8.       Sauer-Zavala, S. E., Walsh, E. C., Lykins, E. L. B. (2013). Comparing Mindfulness-Based Intervention Strategies: Differential Effects of Sitting Meditation, Body Scan, and Mindful Yoga. Mindfulness, 4: 383-388. DOI 10.1007/s12671-012-0139-9.
    9.       Tylka, T. L., & Kroon Van Diest, A. M. (2015). Protective factors. In L. Smolak & M. P. Levine (Eds.), The Wiley handbook of eating disorders (pp. 430–444). West Sussex, UK: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

    Lynn Rossy, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and the Executive Director of Tasting Mindfulness, LLC. And President of The Center For Mindful Eating. She graduated with her masters and doctoral degrees in clinical psychology from the University of Missouri, Columbia, MO and she is trained to teach mindfulness-based interventions by The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society in Massachusetts as well as through the Spirit Rock Community Dharma Leaders Training Program in California.  She is a 200 hr. Kripalu Yoga Teacher. Dr. Rossy has focused her research, teaching, and clinical practice in mindfulness-based interventions, specifically in the area of eating, stress, and workplace wellness. Her experience includes developing and researching Eat for Life, a ten-week mindful eating program; supervision of professionals in the Eat for Life Program; and clinical training of doctoral psychology students.  Dr. Rossy has published and presented at national and international conferences in psychology and behavioral health.   Her current projects include the further development of teachers of mindful eating, promoting a weight inclusive model of mindful eating, formalizing standards of mindful eating in research, and leading retreats in yoga and mindfulness.

    You can find Lynn at www.lynnrossy.com, or connect with her on social media at:

    Facebook: TastingMindfulness

    Twitter: DrLynnRossy

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    This program offers 2 CE for Dietitians


    The Center for Mindful Eating is a Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Accredited provider with the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR). CDR Credentialed Practitioners will receive 2 Continuing Professional Education units (CPEUs) for completion of both parts of this program.





    Each part of this 2-part program offers 1 CE for psychologists with the Chicago School. Participants must attend 100% of the live webinar to receive Continuing Education Credit

    Psychologists (All attendees).This program, when attended in its entirety, is available for 1.0 continuing education credit. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is committed to accessibility and non-discrimination in its continuing education activities. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is also committed to conducting all activities in conformity with the American Psychological Association’s Ethical Principles for Psychologists. Participants are asked to be aware of the need for privacy and confidentiality throughout the program.  If program content becomes stressful, participants are encouraged to process these feelings during discussion periods.  If participants have special needs, we will attempt to accommodate them.  Please address questions, concerns and any complaints to Hilary Kluczynski at 312-467-2364. There is no commercial support for this program nor are there any relationships between the CE Sponsor, presenting organization, presenter, program content, research, grants, or other funding that could reasonably be construed as conflicts of interest.

    MFTs, LPCCs, and LCSWs (Attendees Licensed in California Only). Course meets the qualifications for 1.0 hour of continuing education credit for MFTs, LPCCs, and/or LCSWs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.

    Other Non Psychologists. Most licensing boards accept Continuing Education Credits sponsored by the American Psychological Association but non-psychologists are recommended to consult with their specific state-licensing board to ensure that APA-sponsored CE is acceptable.

    *Participants must attend 100% of the program in order to obtain a Certificate of Attendance.

    The Chicago School of Professional Psychology is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology maintains responsibility for this program and its content.






    • 10 Jun 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar
    • 83
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    Changing Your Relationship to a 'Difficult' Food Using Mindfulness

    An Experiential  Workshop

    PRESENTED BY Alice J. Rosen, MSEd, LMHC

    Monday June 10,12:00 PM EST, (time zone converter)



    This is an experiential exploration of your relationship to a food which is problematic for you. This could be a food you have difficulty savoring, difficulty staying present with while eating, or do not have a joyful relationship with for any reason. Please bring a food in that category.

    We will look at the quality of relationship to food as it connects to relationships with others and to ourselves, and then practice repairing that relationship eating by eating that food in a mindful way.

    Participants should have some familiarity with mindful eating prior to attending this program. The resources at the Introduction Mindful Eating page on our website are a good place to begin, as is our monthly Conscious Café.

    Learning goals:

    1. Learn to non-judgmentally access the quality of one's relationship with food

    2. Understand the good intentions of a relationship based upon emotional need

    3. Learn a path of mindful eating as a way to repair an uneasy relationship to food.

    Alice J. Rosen, MSEd, LMHC, is the founder of "The No-Diet and Self-Led Eating Workshops" and "The Conscious Cafe'. She is a faculty member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy, a Certified Internal Family Systems Therapist, and former Director of Education for "Feeding Ourselves (SM)".

    Alice initially trained as an expressive therapist and presently works as a psychotherapist and educator specializing in eating and body image issues. She also addresses more general issues such as anxiety, mood disorders, life transitions, and chronic pain/stress.

    Mindfulness is a key reference point in Alice's practice. She started meditating in 1974. In 1979, during a mindfulness meditation retreat, in the midst of 17 years of conflict with food and her body, she experienced being calmly in charge, and fully satisfied. In eating mindfully, she discovered that she had an inherent wisdom about when, what and how much to eat.

    Alice leads mindfulness-based experiential workshops and groups designed to instill a healthy and satisfying relationship with food.  In addition, her work, using the Internal Family Systems Model, helps people understand and heal the emotional underpinnings of un-attuned eating.

    She has authored and produced the CD set, The Feeding Ourselves Method, A Guide to Achieving a Healthy Relationship with Food. Her publication credits include her column, "BODY INTELLIGENCE REPORT" which appeared for three years in the journal-letter, FOOD ISSUES.

    You can find Alice at http://www.TheConsciousCafe.org

    • 25 Jun 2019
    • (EDT)
    • 02 Jul 2019
    • (EDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • 2-Part Webinar Series, 2 CE, $30 TCME Members/$60 Non-Members
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    Eating Disorders and Disordered Eating Habits:

    Finding balance through mindful eating

    Presented by Caroline Baerten, MA, RD

    Tuesday, June 25 and July 2, 10:30 AM EST (time zone converter)


    Two (2) continuing education credits provided by TCME

    $30 TCME Members, $60 Non-members

    Not a member? 

    Take 50% off the cost of this program with an annual membership today!

    For several decades the interventions for eating disorders (AN, BED, BN) were dominated by a behavioral cognitive approach based on scientific studies using this angle. In the past ten years there has been a new wave in research: mindfulness and compassion-based interventions are receiving more attention. Along with this, mindful eating has become an effective tool for patients on the spectrum of restrictive eating and binge eating.

    In this two-part webinar series, we will discuss and practice different mindfulness, mindful eating and compassion-based exercises which benefit people with eating disorders and those with unbalanced eating habits. These meditations will be offered as a home assignment after the first session and practiced on a daily basis throughout the following week. It is recommended that health professionals only offer mindfulness exercises if they practice these skills and embody mindful living themselves.

    In part one of the series, we offer a framework that will provide participants with a better understanding of eating disorders from mindful eating perspective, a resume of up-to-date research, the preliminaries to work with patients with eating disorders, and the benefits.

    In the second part of the series, there is time for sharing and an opportunity to learn from each other what they’ve noticed in the past week. There will be further deepening of the mindful eating-based model for individuals with eating disorders (working with resistance, self-criticism, shame, difficult emotions). 

    Caroline Baerten is the founder of MeNu, Centre for Mindful Eating and Nutrition, in the heart of Europe (Brussels).

    She works as a Mindfulness-based nutritionist/RD, integrative psychotherapist and is also a qualified chef. She is the first certified Mindful Eating, Conscious Living teacher (ME-CL) worldwide and offers additionally Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction and Mindful Self-Compassion courses to her clients.

    Since 2012 she has created an international platform for mindful eating teachers in Europe. In her institute, mindful eating training programs are facilitated for European healthcare professionals and mentoring in mindful eating is offered through e-coaching. 

    You can find her online at:

    Website:  www.me-nu.org

    Facebook: 

    Instagram:  carolinebaerten


    • 26 Jul 2019
    • 1:00 PM
    • Webinar, 1CE, Members - free, Non-Members $15
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    Trauma-Informed Teaching:

    Creating an inclusive space for survivors of abuse and neglect


    Presented by Char Wilkens, MSW, LCSW

    Friday July 26, 1 PM, EST (time zone converter)


    Members - Free

    Non-Members$15

    1 CE for Dietitians provided by The Center for Mindful Eating

    It is highly likely that you will have participants with trauma histories in your mindful eating groups or work with individuals. There are many things to be thoughtful about when working with survivors of abuse or neglect. Informed planning is important, but so is the teacher’s self-reflection about how they view these participants.

    Learning Objective:

    Participants will be able to establish one way in which they can create an inclusive physical environment for survivors of abuse in a mindful eating program.

    Charlotte Wilkins, MSW, LCSW has for the past 8 years traveled internationally with her co-teacher, Jan Chozen Bays, MD, training professionals in the Mindful Eating-Conscious Living™ program. Their wish is to help end the suffering that surrounds food, eating and body image.

    As a psychotherapist she specialized in working with women who had experienced childhood abuse and struggled with depression, anxiety and unbalanced eating patterns. Charlotte is the senior trainer for ME-CL 1 & 2 trainings MBSR training, a Certified MBSR teacher, mentor of teachers-in-training, and serves as an advisor to The Center for Mindful Eating.

    Never without a sense of humor about herself, she is happiest in her garden which she considers her therapy and it’s “Dirt cheap!” She is an avid bread bake which is for her a hands-on meditation.

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    www.me-cl.com

    mindfuleating@amindfulpath.com

    • 22 Oct 2019
    • (EDT)
    • 29 Oct 2019
    • (EDT)
    • 2 sessions
    • 2-Part Webinar Series, 2 CE, $30 TCME Members/$60 Non-Members
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    Engaging Resistance:

    A Mindful Approach


    Presented by Jenna Hollenstein & Alice Rosen

    Tuesday, October 22 & 29, 12:00 PM EST (time zone converter)


    Two (2) continuing education credits for dietitians provided by TCME

    $30 TCME Members, $60 Non-members

    Not a member? 

    Take 50% off the cost of this program with an annual membership today!

    Resistance arises during any process of change. Wherever there are deeply held beliefs and habitual thoughts and behaviors, there will always be ambivalence about true transformation. This is especially true in the case of thoughts and behaviors related to food, eating, and our bodies.

    Rather than viewing resistance as a problem, however, it can be seen as an essential teacher and ultimately part of the transformation. Further, we will explore how mindfulness practices can support our ability to engage resistance, both our own and that of our clients, by helping us re-frame how we see it and how we work with it in an ongoing way.

    Jenna Hollenstein, MS, RDN, CDN, is a non-diet dietitian who helps people struggling with chronic dieting, disordered eating, and eating disorders. She uses a combination of Intuitive Eating, mindfulness techniques, and meditation to help her clients move toward greater peace, health, and wellness.

    Jenna’s private practice is located in New York City where she consults with clients in person and virtually. Jenna is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) and a Certified Dietitian Nutritionist (CDN) in New York State. She has a Bachelors degree in Nutrition from Penn State, a Masters degree in Nutrition from Tufts University, is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and an Open Heart Project meditation guide. In 2018, Jenna joined the board of The Center for Mindful Eating.

    Jenna teaches at mindfulness retreats in the United States and France. She has been featured in U.S. News & World Report, Health, Mindful, Vogue, Elle, Glamour, Fox News, Women's World, Lion's Roar, and Bustle.

    Jenna is the author of Understanding Dietary Supplements, a handy guide to the evaluation and use of vitamins, minerals, herbs, and botanicals for both consumers and clinicians, and the memoir Drinking to Distraction. Her third book, Eat to Love: A Mindful Guide to Transforming your Relationship with Food, Body, and Life, was released in January, 2019.

    www.eat2love.com @jennahollenstein (instagram), @jhollenstein (facebook), @jennahollens (twitter)

    Alice J. Rosen, MSEd, LMHC, is the founder of "The No-Diet and Self-Led Eating Workshops" and "The Conscious Cafe'. She is a faculty member of the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy, a Certified Internal Family Systems Therapist, and former Director of Education for "Feeding Ourselves (SM)". Alice is on the board of The Center for Mindful Eating and is a lifetime member.

    She works as a psychotherapist and educator specializing in eating and body image issues, but also addresses more general issues such as anxiety, mood disorders, life transitions, and chronic pain/stress.

    Her private practice, which spans over twenty-seven years, is located in Concord, MA. Alice leads workshops and groups designed to instill a healthy and satisfying relationship with food.  She addresses the general public, parents, and colleagues on prevention, early intervention and treatment approach for disordered eating and related topics.

    Her publication credits include her column, "BODY INTELLIGENCE REPORT" which appeared for three years in the journal-letter, FOOD ISSUES. Alice has published pieces on the topic of media and body image, and has also been profiled in both Glamour and Self Magazine, and in the 2011 book by Jean Fain, THE SELF-COMPASSION DIET.

    http://www.theconsciouscafe.org

    • 18 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
    • Webinar, 1CE, Members Free, Non-Members $20 with CE, $10 without CE
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    Mindful Eating After Bariatric Surgery


    Presented by Dr. Susan Wnuk, Ph.D., C. Psych

    Monday, November 18, 2019, 12:00 PM, EST (time zone converter)



    Free to members

    $10 to non-members (without CE/CPE Certificate)

    $20 to non-members (with CE/CPE Certificate)

    One (1) CE for dietitians provided by The Center for Mindful Eating


    Not a member? Attend this program for free with an annual membership today!

    In recent years, more and more people worldwide have turned to bariatric surgery to treat medical problems like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and sleep apnea that may be associated with weight. Many people who seek bariatric surgery struggle with emotional eating, binge eating, body image distress, and other eating disorder symptoms that are not resolved by bariatric surgery.

    Mindful eating approaches can help those who are planning to undergo surgery or who have already undergone surgery, to develop a more balanced, peaceful relationship with food and eating. In this webinar, we will briefly review bariatric surgery, the typical ways that bariatric surgery procedures impact eating, and how mindful eating skills and practices can be successfully adopted by people undergoing bariatric surgery.

    * Please note that this webinar does not promote or advocate bariatric surgery. It is being offered in recognition that mindful eating teachers and clinicians sometimes have clients who have undergone this type of surgery.


    Dr. Susan Wnuk, PhD., C. Psych, is a psychologist at the University Health Network Bariatric Surgery Program in Toronto where she provides clinical care to pre and post-bariatric surgery patients and conducts research.

    Her current areas of interest are mindfulness, emotion regulation, and the effectiveness of behavioural interventions for bariatric surgery patients. She is involved in research projects investigating psychosocial predictors of outcome in bariatric surgery patients and the effectiveness of various therapies for this population.

    Prior to joining the Bariatric Surgery Program in 2010, she worked in hospital-based eating disorder and borderline personality disorder programs. She facilitates workshops for professionals and presents at research conferences.

    Dr. Wnuk holds an academic appointment at the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry at the level of Assistant Professor.

    https://www.susanwnuk.com/

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