So many of us trudge to work each day, coffee in hand, with only two goals in mind: to make it through the day and end the work week with enough money to pay the bills.

It’s an un-fulfilling life for many people, especially for those who yearn to make a positive impact on our world. But you don’t have to keep living life with your passion suppressed in your heart. If you’re one of the many people who feel they are meant for something greater, something that would allow you to spend your days helping others heal and lead healthy, happy lives, the emerging field of wellness jobs may be just what you’re looking for.

How a Job in Wellness Can Lead to a New Life

When you spend your days helping others and working with passion, your heart and soul are nourished.

If you’re interested in transitioning into a new career that will lead you to this type of fulfillment, the Institute for the Psychology of Eating can prepare you for health and wellness jobs in the emerging eating psychology movement. And since everyone has a relationship with food, there are countless opportunities to bring healing to the world.

Past students have gone on to use their health and wellness education to:

  • Write books
  • Teach classes
  • Work in health clinics
  • Launch their own health and wellness private practices
  • Work with mothers and daughters
  • Work with athletes
  • Work with children
  • And much more…

But most importantly, with IPE’s health and wellness education, each person has the opportunity to take what they’ve learned, combine it with their own unique passion, and bring to the world their own unique gift.

Teaching a New Outlook on Eating Psychology

For many years, the fields of nutrition, health coaching, and psychology were considered unrelated. But a new movement is converging these fields to create a whole new area of careers in today’s world.

The Institute for the Psychology of Eating is at the forefront of this movement.

We combine body, mind, heart, and soul when we talk about eating and nutrition, and we use this philosophy to teach eating psychology to our students in our professional trainings.

IPE’s students then take their health and wellness education into the world and soar to new careers working with others to help them:

Are You Ready for Your New Life as a Health & Wellness Professional?

If you feel that you are meant to be a healer, to connect with others and find fulfillment together then we want to invite you to explore your calling. And learn more how about how to be a part of our next training!

If you’re interested in learning more about our Eating Psychology Coach Certification Training, or any of our other offerings please sign up for our free information packed video series called “The Dynamic Eating Psychology Breakthrough” here or email us at to learn more.

Warm Regards,

The Institute for the Psychology of Eating

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P.S. If you haven’t had a chance to check out our FREE information packed video series – The Dynamic Eating Psychology Breakthrough – you can sign up for it HERE. It’s a great way to get a better sense of the work we do here at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating. If you’re inspired by this work and want to learn about how you can become certified as an Eating Psychology Coach, please go HERE to learn more. And if you’re interested in working on your own personal relationship with food, check out our breakthrough 8-week program designed for the public – Transform Your Relationship with Food™ HERE.

About The Author
Emily Rosen

Emily Rosen is the Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, where she oversees business development strategies, student affairs, marketing and public relations in addition to her role as Senior Teacher. With an extensive and varied background in nutritional science, counseling, natural foods, the culinary arts, conscious sex education, mind body practices, business management and marketing, Emily brings a unique skill-set to her role at the Institute. She has also been a long-term director and administrator for Weight Loss Camps and Programs serving teens and adults and has held the position of Executive Chef at various retreat centers. Her passion for health and transformation has provided her the opportunity to teach, counsel, manage, and be at the forefront of the new wave of professionals who are changing the way we understand the science and psychology of eating and sexuality. Emily is also co -founder of the Institute for Conscious Sexuality and Relationship.