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 are affected by our diets and mindsets about food and nutrition.
What do you love about being an Eating Psychology Coach?
It allows me to think, and gets me thinking about how our health and daily lives are affected by our food choices and the ways our food choices either make or break a healthy lifestyle. I like to work with those who are most affected by this everyday, women and men, young and old.
What does your practice look like?
I specialize in slow food, metabolism, mind/body perceptions, and food fears. I am very interested in body image and mind-gut problems.
How did your education at the Institute prepare you to work successfully with clients?
It gave me the proper knowledge and enough background information to help me assist people with their issues dealing with food, eating, weight gain, and body image issues on a daily basis.
What was your favorite aspect of the Training?
I appreciated pretty much everything that was given during the Training, especially the audios and videos from both Marc and Emily. I also appreciated Facebook group with the other students, the easy downloadable information, and the great contact with IPE staff.
How has being an Eating Psychology Coach impacted your professional life/financial well-being?
It taught me how to better appreciate the healthier foods and choices we have. We are what we eat, and not just what, but when and how. Our food choices and what we eat affect our moods and thus our minds and body as well.
What do you see for yourself in your future as an Eating Psychology Coach – where is your work evolving towards?
I hope it guides me on the path to helping others who are searching for answers to their everyday healthy and body issues. It will eventually take me on to the life path and career I was most meant to be in, the field of nutrition and wellness.
Why would you recommend the Training to others?
I would recommend this Training for those seeking to learn not just about proper diet and nutrition, but also how our food choices are what we make of them. They affect our lives both physically and mentally.
Anything else you’d like to share about being an Eating Psychology Coach?
I found this Training to be fun, very interesting, and intensive.
Business Name: Food coaching by HENRY: Health Energy Nutrition Real Young
BIO: Hello, my name is Henry. I am a graduate of the Institute of the Psychology of Eating (IPE) and very happy to have been a student. Throughout the Training, I learned so much and now share my knowledge and teach clients what I know to help them feel not just better about themselves, but to be their best, and appreciate themselves for who they are “in their bodies”!
P.S. – To learn more about the breakthrough body of work we teach here at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, please sign up for our free video training series at ipe.tips. You’ll learn about the cutting-edge principles of Dynamic Eating Psychology and Mind Body Nutrition that have helped millions forever transform their relationship with food, body, and health. Lastly, we want to make sure you’re aware of our two premier offerings. Our Eating Psychology Coach Certification Training is an 8 month distance learning program that you can take from anywhere in the world to launch a new career or to augment an already existing health practice. And Transform Your Relationship with Food is our 8 week online program for anyone looking to take a big leap forward with food and body.