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Food and Mood: Eating and Emotional Regulation in the Pandemic

  • 15 Jan 2021
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM (UTC-03:00)
  • Online Only

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Carolina Gaviria,
LMHC, NCC, CEDS

Slides available click here  Eating and Emotional regulation during the pandemic.pdf


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As we face the current public health crisis connected to Covid 19 or Corona Virus, many people are struggling with overwhelming feelings and a sense of stress, disconnection and loss. At The Food & Mood Institute, LLC we understand that these are very difficult times and a lot of people are emotionally eating to cope with the stress, frustration, fear, loneliness, boredom, and the uncertainty of this time. This presentation aims to help healthcare professionals understand emotional eating during the pandemic and better support their clients.

Objectives

  • 1.       Understand the meaning of emotional eating and the basic behaviors that describe emotional eaters
  • 2.       Name the signs and symptoms of emotional eating as well as the causes of emotional eating
  • 3.       Learn practical strategies for breaking away from emotional eating and resources available for ongoing support for your clients
  • 4.       Recognize when emotional eating becomes a problem that can lead to medical consequences and when to refer to specialized treatment 

 Carolina Gaviria, LMHC, NCC, CEDS and Yaneth Beltran, RD/LDN, CEDRD are both eating disorders specialists and the co-founders of The Food & Mood Institute, LLC where they provide online education to parents of those who struggle with eating disorders. In addition to their private practice, they created a series of online programs use strategies for learning and personal growth help to establish a solid foundation for eating recovery  the foundation for all courses and programs. This approach creates a unique opportunity to prepare participants for a new way to connect with their child and support their eating disorder recovery, embracing their uniqueness, and creating a new way to relate to them.

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