Emotional Eating

Mindful Eating Workshop
Break the Cycle of Emotional Eating
Is this for me? Many people eat for reasons other than physical hunger. When emotions trigger eating, weight management becomes much more complex and challenging. This can compromise one’s health, nutrition, and wellness. Common symptoms of emotional eating include eating to fill a void, feeling guilty after eating, craving sweets or high fat fast foods, and eating beyond hunger or satiation. This group is designed to help you develop a better relationship with both food and your body. It is not a weight loss group but will work in conjunction with your current weight loss or weight management strategies.


Workshop description:
Begins with a detailed assessment form that will be physician reviewed and then discussed with you in a 20-minute individualized goal setting session.

Includes 8 physician-led small-group sessions focused on:
• Education: nutrition, exercise, triggers, and medical risks
• Skill building: learn specific skills and discover useful tools to manage emotional over-eating, including mindfulness based stress management techniques
• Troubleshooting: problem solving group experience designed to address the specific difficulties identified by each of the group members

The group will be your accountability partner to help you reach your goals.

When and Where:
Tuesdays 4:30pm-6pm
July 11, 2017-August 29, 2017
Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center
13199 East Montview Blvd, Suite 330
Aurora, CO 80045

Cost:
$499 for 8 group sessions (90-minutes) and a 20-minute individual assessment with goal setting
Insurance accepted for current CU Johnson Depression Center patients only

Contact:
If you are interested in joining us, please contact Dr. Calderone to start the enrollment process:
Dr. Calderone 303-724-4981, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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