Update on Non-Hunger Eating - Practical Psychological Skills Workshop 5th July!

Rosie Walker and Dr Jen Nash combined their expertise to provide this one-day workshop in the beautiful surroundings of Heythrop College in London on 5th July 2017

Our attendees included nurses, dietitians and psychologists and we all enjoyed both theoretical presentations about the causes and effects of non-hunger eating, including on diabetes, as well as learning practical skills in how to approach and respond to non-hunger eating conversations in consultations. Often, simply acknowledging and 'normalising' the fact that everyone eats for reasons other than hunger is a great start!

Everyone went away with ideas and plans for how to incorporate non-hunger eating conversations into their practice and with tools and resources to start to use at the first opportunity!

This was our first 'open' workshop, following on from successful presentations in meetings and conferences, and we were delighted with both the response and the feedback.  We'd like to thank everyone who came and we'll be keeping in touch to see how they have practically implemented their plans

Find out more about this workshop to:

Register your interest in attending a future 'open' workshop;

Invite us to run one in your locality for your team, service, training group or organisation;


Arrange for us to join your team or strategy meeting, learning session or away day by Skype or Webinar, to provide our unique introduction and taster session!

Visit the workshop page here

Read the feedback from the participants of our 5th July workshop! (opens PDF)



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