Does your schedule, lifestyle, or location make it difficult for you to participate in diabetes education? Do you need a diabetes management tune-up? Does managing your diabetes feel like a diet instead of a flexible, enjoyable, healthy lifestyle? Do you prefer to learn at your own pace in a setting that is familiar and comfortable?
Participate in Am I Hungry?® Mindful Eating Program Facilitator Training to learn all the skills and receive all the tools you’ll need to provide Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating Workshops or Coaching in your office, community, health and wellness center, hospital, corporations, health insurance companies, churches, health clubs, or spa.
Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating for Binge Eating (ME-BE) Therapist Training is for licensed Masters and Doctorate level behavioral health professionals who wish to offer a mindful eating approach for the treatment of binge eating disorder. Therapists who participate in the comprehensive Am I Hungry? ME-BE Therapist Training will learn how to facilitate psychoeducational group workshops and conduct small group and individual therapeutic interventions.
Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating for Bariatric Surgery Facilitator Training provides the skills and tools necessary to apply mindful eating concepts to help prevent, identify, and resolve the mindless habits and emotional eating issues that lead to maladaptive eating and other problems after bariatric surgery.
Help Your Patients with Diabetes Thrive! Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating for Diabetes Facilitator Training will prepare you to offer a comprehensive diabetes education curriculum for people with prediabetes or diabetes.
Am I Hungry? Mindful Eating for Students Instructor Training provides skills and tools for mindful eating courses on college and university campuses.
Am I Hungry? Training for Mindful Eating Coaching is appropriate for health professionals who provide one-on-one coaching in client or patient care settings. It provides the information, structure, and tools necessary for health professionals to help clients or patients resolve a problematic relationship with food, physical activity, and/or self-care.
This web-based training begins in March 2018 for yoga instructors who want to offer mindful eating workshops combined with yoga classes to embody the lessons.