Free Online Eating Psychology Conference, August 5-9. Sign up Information
June 27, 2013 by Joanna Poppink
Filed under Anorexia, Athletes, Binge Eating, Body Image, Bulimia, Disordered Eating, Eating Disorders, Fitness, Males with Eating Disorders, Mental Health, Obesity, Recovery, Weight Stigma, Wellness, What to Say, How to Say It
First Global Online Eating Psychology Conference
August 5-9, 2013.
I’m excited to announce that I’m one of the featured experts in the 1st Global Online Eating Psychology Conference. This conference certainly includes information related to eating disorders, and covers so much more.
Men and women are concerned about weight and body image. How to eat, what to eat and understanding emotional forces that influence your eating are issues vital to understand in order to live a free and fulfilled life. My own segment is about how emotional pressures around eating relate to psychological pressures in your life that can be overcome behaviors that can free you from repeating habits that do not serve you well.
Join me, as Marc interviews over 35 cutting edge experts in eating psychology, embodiment, weight, health, and nutrition. Experts including Dr. Mark Hyman, Geneen Roth, David Wolfe, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Seane Corn, David Wolfe, Donna Gates, John Robbins and Vandana Shiva, share key insights into our relationship with food and present new ideas to advance our understanding of eating in this one-of-a-kind virtual conference!
Sign up the 1st Global Online Eating Psychology Conference for FREE here http://www.entheos.com/Eating-Psychology/Joanna-Poppink
Now more than ever, we need a whole new understanding of our relationship with food. Obesity, overeating, body image concerns, emotional challenges with food, and diet-related health issues are with us more than ever. People have abundant access to nutrition facts and information, but need to search long and hard for true healing wisdom.
Plus, a major challenge in freeing yourself from eating dominated thinking and behavior is that what works to help you doesn’t seem related to eating. What does journaling have to do with calories? What does breathing have to do with body image? What does brushing your teeth with the other hand have to do with making better food choices?
These activities may seem unrelated to your eating behaviors yet experimenting with them can give you a glimpse into a freedom that could be yours. Watch my video as Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, interviews me on specific ways to create a more fulfilled life away from emotional eating.
It’s time for an approach that honors all of who we are as eaters – body, mind, heart and soul. Join us for an exciting time together as we explore leading edge thinking in the fields of eating psychology, nutrition, and personal transformation.
Get inspired by speakers from a variety of disciplines who have something unique and innovative to share.
Our goal is to enliven the field of eating psychology by creating a truly integrative and holistic approach.
What you need to know
Dates: August 5 – 9, 2013
Where: Sign up online at http://www.entheos.com/Eating-Psychology/Joanna-Poppink