My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Pamela Wasabi
What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach?
I happened to see an interview of Marc David by Pedram Shojai. I was astounded with the kind of information that Marc unveiled during that short hour. He mentioned concepts about nutrition and food a I had not questioned myself about ever. The info resonated with me, and I needed to know more. I took the 8 week program, and followed with the certification to enhance my background in nutrition and cooking.
What do you love about being an Eating Psychology Coach?
My take is a bit different. I work full time as a plant based chef. And so the way I implement my studies at IPE is by educating my clients on how to relate, accept and respect food. I do this via lectures, cooking classes and workshops interlacing cooking and one’s relationship with food.
What was your favorite aspect of the Training?
It’s a very deep and complete platform of study that really teaches us to look at life from a different perspective. We’ve been taught to think of ourselves nothing more than meat and bone when in fact we are very powerful spiritual creatures. The whole program was a great guide that allowed us to heal our own wounds so we can assist other to so as well.
How has being an Eating Psychology Coach impacted your professional life/financial well-being?
It just reassures I’m in the path of holistic nutrition and cooking for a reason. It aligned my nutrition background and gave it a new purpose: to Nourish the world.
How has being an Eating Psychology Coach impacted you personally?
I’ve been dealing with some autoimmune and chronic illnesses this past year. Going through the training kept reminding me to have patience with myself, to let go of fixing, and to look deep into my symptoms to unlock the root cause of my problems which lie in my emotional realm.
What do you see for yourself in your future as an Eating Psychology Coach – where is your work evolving towards?
Lecturing. Keep connecting the art of cooking with that of nourishing and loving ourselves.
Why Would You Recommend the Training to Others?
Because it’s a fundamental understanding of who we are as human beings.
Anything else you’d like to share?
I’m eternally grateful for the information that Marc David has shared with the world, and with IPE, for having given me the opportunity to be one of its ministers. Love & Gratitude
NAME: Pamela Wasabi
BIO: A lead authority in the plant based and wellness community of Miami, Chef Pamela Wasabi is locally recognized for hosting and preparing farm to table vegan dinners, supporting local agriculture, and leading workshops and lectures on one’s relationship with food and nourishment.
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