My Life as a Mind Body Eating Coach

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Henry Paciullo

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I wanted to learn more and dive deeper into the mind of a person, or persons, and find out why we eat the way we do. I wanted to learn how what we eat affects us, our minds/bodies, and how our eating habits affect our health and everyday lives. Why do some people gain weight and others don't? I was curious about the total mysteries of the human body and mind and how we [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Kalpana Patel

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I have seen myself and many others struggle in their relationships with food and body. I was always curious to delve deeper into the depth of this issue. I wanted to learn why we all shared a different relationship with food and what did that tell us about our relationship with life, and I was hoping to find a solution that would change the way we looked at food. I have se [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Peter Craig

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I chose to become an Eating Psychology Coach because I wanted to learn more about nutrition, gain insights into my own eating habits to better them, and also to coach others into greater health. What do you love about being an Eating Psychology Coach? I love that I get to bring emotions and a holistic perspective into our relationship with eating and to conversati [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Katharina Wind

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I wanted to become an Eating Psychology Coach even before I knew this term or that something like this actually existed. Because of my own intense and life-threatening struggle with eating and body image when I was younger and the lack of profound help I experienced. I had to find answers for myself. I soon noticed that I was by far not the only one struggling with food. [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Christine Fisher

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I've had a long history of weight issues and I knowingly put on weight as protection after an unwanted sexual advance. I believe greatly that there is so much more to weight and health issues than what is on the surface. When I came across the program I knew I had to take the course. What do you love about being an Eating Psychology Coach? What I love is my [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Vicky Mitchell

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? At 53 my passion for learning, teaching, eating and helping others led me to my migration from being a stay-at-home mom and homeschooler into a healing coach. The first step was receiving my holistic health coaching certification. Yet, I longed for a deeper understanding of my emotional eating and was ready to harmonize my relationship with food. Spirit led me to The Ins [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Nadeije Athlan

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? A few years ago, as I was browsing on the Internet, I came upon a video by Marc David talking about eating psychology. From one video to another, I became more and more intrigued by the contents which made so much sense, and more important, felt right and sane. I have been struggling with my weight on and off for many years, not really understanding what made me gain or [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Neshama Mousseau

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? After many years as a nonprofit executive director, and with a background as a clinical social worker, I was looking for a career change that would take me through my 50s and beyond. I have always been fascinated by health, healing, and nutrition – and am a big believer in the mind body connection. I felt like eating psychology would be a perfect way to blend my back [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: NaTishia Aromire

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? For years I was on the hamster wheel of dieting and weight loss. I was battling diabetes, wearing an insulin pump daily and carrying excessive weight. I always thought it was because I couldn’t find the right diet plan. I wanted freedom from this wheel of life. The moment I paused and allowed God to reveal to me that it wasn’t about the WHAT (what am I eating or wh [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Jenny Berk

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I have always been fascinated by who we are as eaters. I loved noticing as a child, for instance, what my friend’s proclivities were toward different foods and ways of eating. Some were volume eaters, some were bingers, and still others were grazers or meal skippers. I had also always struggled with my weight and body image and relationship to food myself and wanted to ex [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Michelle Powell

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? All of my life, I had trouble with food. I always remember secretly eating food out of the cupboard when nobody was looking, and eating it quickly. I remember visits to my grandma’s where she would bake some yummy cake. I would eat one piece and then steal chocolates out of the cupboard. There was something truly wrong with my relationship to food. It got a lot worse a [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Kathleen Donhardt

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I had been looking for something to study within the areas of alternative health. When I received the information about the Coaching Certification and started reading through, I could feel my heart and soul stirring in ways that held me captivated to keep reading. The more I read the more I believed I had to consider this opportunity very seriously. I’d had my own li [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Andrea Radi

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? There was a period in my life after I had my three children when I became very interested in health and nutrition and trying to use my knowledge to lose the baby weight. I stumbled across so many diets and programs, many of them contradicting each other that I started to wonder what this was all about. Then I came across IPE and the Certification Training seemed tailor-made [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Jessica Silsby

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? For years I felt out of control around food. Disordered eating and body dysmorphia ruled my life and eventually led me to hit rock bottom. My body and health were suffering and as a result, I was forced to end my dancing career. I knew it was time to begin healing my relationship with food. And when I experienced the life changing results of doing so, I knew it was someth [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Cydney Peterson

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I’ve spent most of my life in various relationships with food and my body, most of the time feeling rather destructive or controlling in nature. I came to a place where I was tired of all the approaches that I had been taking and felt that there had to be another way to have a healthy relationship with food and body. I felt that if I could find the way out of the fog [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Caroline Edwards

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? I have worked in the health industry for 20 years as a nutritional therapist in the UK. Throughout the years of having my own personal battles, my passion for good health and wanting to help others achieve their best health grew. What I have discovered over the years is that despite people wanting to make changes to their health and weight and having every intention of [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Stefanie Schoffel

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? All my life I had issues with food and body. At the beginning I just thought this was a new diet I was going to try out. I immediately realized that this was not another diet. It was the overlooked ingredient I was missing my entire life. When I read what the Training was about, I had a feeling in my gut this was going to be a life changing experience. It absolutely [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Lucinda Railton

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? As a reflexologist, Holistic home expert, and having studied nutritional therapy 15 years ago, I discovered IPE by chance and realised it was the missing link to my new business venture. I have always loved health and nutrition, yet with a busy working and family life, and facing a health scare, I began to realise my "healthy lifestyle". The life I had chosen left me li [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Jennifer Asfar

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? The reason I wanted to become an Eating Psychology Coach was because I wanted to understand my clients better. I am a health supportive culinary chef and although, I offered them healthy food to eat, some struggled with compulsive and emotional eating. I thought learning these skills will not only help my clients, but help myself. What do you love about being an Eati [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Rashida Patel

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? The idea of there being psychology associated with eating intrigued me. I constantly upgrade my skill level in all of my offers to keep the edge. Eating Psychology Coach Training seemed to be the answer. What do you love about being an Eating Psychology Coach? I had been helping people with weight management in the traditional way. What I love about being an eat [...]

  • 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 bac [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Tanya Mark

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? As an expert in fitness and nutrition, I learned that even with these two “magical” strategies that are supposed to solve all our food and weight issues (according to our culture and the media), I wasn’t able to help many clients feel and look the way they desired. There was something missing. I felt like I was a failure as a coach just as my clients felt in their effor [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Melissa Hemphil

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? In college, I attempted to regain control of my overwhelming life by controlling my relationship with food and body. I became disordered and obsessive to the point that nearly every other aspect of my life began to suffer. After the birth of my daughter, and after stumbling upon the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, I put in the work and started to transform my re [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Jayne Kraman

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? After years of cultivating my passion for food as medicine and health coaching, I became acutely aware that while what one consumed, and one’s connection to food, was definitely a part of health and well being, how one ate, and the landscape of everything that influenced nourishment on all levels, was even more important to transformation. What do you love about bein [...]

  • My Life as an Eating Psychology Coach: Autumn Smith

    What made you want to become an Eating Psychology Coach? As a teen, I suffered from a number of mental health challenges including an eating disorder, anxiety, and substance abuse, which ignited my fascination with the mind. I tried antidepressants, talk therapy, and every other treatment mainstream medicine had to offer, but it wasn't until my new husband and I embarked on a 30 day paleo challenge that my digestive issues and me [...]

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