Counseling & Coaching Services
Finding the right practitioner for your needs can be a challenging task, yet the rewards can be profound. You can use our Directory of Certified Eating Psychology Coaches to locate a coach whose specialty is a solid match for your concerns. Many of our coaches work via phone or Internet, so you have the option to choose a practitioner from anywhere in the world.
Our practitioners offer a wide range of services in specialties such as weight loss, body image, overeating, emotional eating, binge eating, endless dieting, digestive health, mood issues, energy and fatigue concerns, eating disorders, women’s health, nutrition counseling, cooking, kitchen transformation, and general health coaching. Most importantly, our professionals love what they do and come to this work with care and enthusiasm.
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“The study of nutrition alone is no longer adequate enough to address the issues we face with health, weight, body image, overeating, and the challenges of being an eater. Every concern with food and health has a deeper teaching that’s perfectly designed to fuel our growth and transformation. Our job is to listen. The biology of the body is always mirroring the experience of the soul.”
Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of EatingRead about Marc
“I’ve not only been able to dramatically heal my own struggles with food and body- I’m now able to serve others in a similar way. That, to me, is the beauty of this work. Each of us can use our own personal journey to serve others and do rewarding work in the world that supports us and makes a real difference.”
Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of EatingRead about Emily