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Thank you for attending this fourth and final session of “Diets and Our Demons.” We hope you’ll come away from this course with a better understanding of the scientific research on diets and an understanding of the variety of viewpoints and skills about mental and physical health that therapists can bring into the consulting room.05.16.2011 Posted In: P005 New Perspectives on Practice: Diets and Our Demons By Psychotherapy Networker
During this session with Geneen Roth, who’s the author of eight bestselling books and a leader in looking at our relationship with eating, will delve into how our eating habits reflect our basic beliefs and attitudes about ourselves. She’ll cover why eating is inseparable from our core beliefs about life, the roots of our relationship with food, how to trust your body, and how to demystify weight loss.
After listening to the course, please take a few minutes to write on the Comment Board about what was most interesting to you during this session, and to reflect on the course in its entirety. What was most relevant to you in your professional and personal life? What questions remain for you? Thank you all for your participation in this series, and for taking the time to share your thoughts.
Welcome to “Achieving Health at Every Size,” with Linda Bacon, who’s a researcher, professor, and author of Health at Every Size: The Surprising Truth About Your Weight. In this session, Bacon will discuss the evidence illustrating that popular ideas regarding weight loss as equal to positive self-care can actually hinder a healthy lifestyle.05.09.2011 Posted In: P005 New Perspectives on Practice: Diets and Our Demons By Psychotherapy Networker
She’ll cover the science that disputes conventional perspectives about health and weight, how working toward weight-loss goals can undermine a client’s ability to achieve positive, healthy habits, how to help clients understand that self-nourishment is more important than weight loss, and much more.
After listening to the session, please share on the Comment Board what you learned and any questions you may have. What was most interesting or relevant to you? We invite you to include your name and hometown with your comment, and to take a few minutes to read and response to other participants’ comments.
Welcome to “Skills for Successful Dieting,” with Judith Beck, one of the world’s leading cognitive-behavioral therapists. In this second session of the 4-part “Diets and our Demons” series, Beck will go over the skills that are necessary for successful dieting, and what’s most important to effective weight loss.05.04.2011 Posted In: P005 New Perspectives on Practice: Diets and Our Demons By Psychotherapy Networker
She’ll explain how to help clients follow through on a healthy lifestyle by facilitating the development of pre-dieting skills, regularizing eating, changing food selection, planning for special occasions, and keeping the motivation to integrate these skills into everyday life in a long-term manner.
After listening to the session, please share on the Comment Board what you learned and any questions you may have. What was most interesting to you or relevant to your professional or personal life? We encourage you to include your name and hometown with your comment, and to take a few minutes to read and response to other participants’ comments.
04.27.2011 Posted In: P005 New Perspectives on Practice: Diets and Our Demons By Jordan Magaziner
Welcome to “Diets and Our Demons,” a 4-week webinar series which will cover a variety of perspectives about helping our clients maintain mental and physical health. This series follows our January/February 2011 issue, which was also called “Diets and Our Demons,” which reported on research and case studies related to different ways of looking at dieting and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. If you’re interested, check out that issue here.
If you're interested in additional information, check out Judith Matz's resource page here!