End Emotional Eating & Change Your Relationship with Food!
What you'll learn
- Know how to use a simple mindfulness practice for self-awareness and understanding
- Implement "radical ownership" for personal habit change
- Cultivate a personal practice of mindful eating
- Understand self-sabotage
- Know what to do with uncomfortable thoughts and feelings
- Identify a process for choosing actions you will be proud of
- Learn what it really means to act with self-compassion
- Certificate of Completion available upon request!
- No prior experience necessary! Just get ready to expand your mind, your vision, and your perspective in regards to your relationship with yourself, which will extend into your relationship with food!
- Approach this as a journey into freedom and self-discovery!
- What you learn is entirely based upon the approach you take. Please remember to move into this process with gentleness. This is a practice not in fixing brokenness, but in acceptance and attuning more toward your values for cultivating meaning and purpose in your life.
- Please have a journal or your preferred method of written reflection ready to go!
This course will teach you how to shift your relationship with food and understand the reasons you engage in emotional overeating behaviors! This course is not for the faint of heart; it's for those who want to begin living their lives with more heart. We are going to be working through the topic of emotional overeating from the perspective of self-compassion, body kindness, and emotional agility. Most people believe that if they are emotionally eating, they are approaching food in the wrong way. While food may play a role, we are much more influenced by how we approach our emotions; the beliefs we have about ourselves; and the conditioning we have received from the culture at large and our families of origin regarding our bodies. In this course, you will practice making choices that align with who and how you want to be-- not who you have been told you need to be or "should" be.
Ask yourself this question before beginning: do you accept all of yourself?
If you answer this with a resounding “yes!” than your actions, feelings, and thoughts will ideally be grounded in that acceptance. If you cannot say “yes,” that’s important to pay attention to, without judgment. Let’s invite that part to speak and see if we can learn from it.
This course includes a Certificate of Completion once requested and verified!
Who this course is for:
- This course is not for the faint of heart. It is for those who desire to begin living with heart. In a society where we are constantly bombarded by messages about how we should look, what we should weigh, what we should or should not eat, what we should or should not wear, how we should or should not exercise…is it a surprise that we find ourselves living by other people’s rules, adopting other people’s goals, and measuring our worth by other people’s metrics?!
- When I made the commitment to change my relationship with myself, my relationship with food changed as well. I didn’t make that commitment with weight in mind either. That was the very problem I needed to solve! I was fixated on a number representing my worth. No, it was about learning how to trust myself, how to listen to my own needs, how to speak up and speak to myself with kindness and compassion, how to honor whatever emotion would arise and view it as valid and necessary, and how to live in accordance with my values (and it took work and reflection to understand them!) rather than society’s, my family’s, my friend’s, and those I was surrounded by. And here’s the deal—I’m still learning. It doesn’t end. Each day, I ask myself if I’m being who I want to be, if I’m living with integrity, if I’m living with my heart open, if my thoughts are expansive and loving, kind, and compassionate, and if I can lie down at night proud of the relationship I’m cultivating with myself. These days the answer is yes. I want the same for you. We are going to be working through the topic of emotional eating from the perspective of self-compassion, body kindness, and emotional agility. Get ready to expand your mind, your vision, and your perspective.
- Appropriate for nutrition and body image coaches looking to develop their skills and acquire tools for appropriately meeting the needs of their clients
- Therapists or health practitioners looking for evidence based methods of working with their clients struggling with emotional eating
Kori Propst Miller, PhD, is a Health Psychologist and human performance coach. She has earned a bachelor’s degree in exercise physiology, a master of science in counseling education, and a doctorate in health psychology and behavioral medicine. She is licensed in four states (CA, CO, IN, & MT) as a professional counselor and mental health therapist, and her education is enhanced by certifications in intuitive eating counseling, personal training, health coaching, mindfulness meditation, & life coaching. She is also an ISSN (International Society of Sports Nutrition) clinician and a National Academy of Metabolic Science professional.
She previously served as the Wellness Director and Vice President of an international health coaching company where she facilitated the Diet Recovery and Eating Psychology Coaching program, created a Mindset & Motivation program for coaches, and developed the Mental Edge & Life Mastery coaching program. She has supported individuals and groups worldwide toward developing awareness, emotional resilience, and consciousness skills with which to live more vibrant and energetic lives untethered from misguided beliefs.
She created Core Capacity, LLC to help her clients build a life that feels dedicated, committed, and engaged. Many of us are living in a state of moral malaise-- feeling lost, tired, stuck, or aimless. We long to feel rooted and resourced, capable, and with the energy to pursue what's important to us!
Kori is committed to supporting her clients as they expand their capacity for a life that feels wholehearted. Her clients achieve long-term changes by developing their personal compass and committing to a process of emotional mindfulness and acceptance. Her approach considers her clients' nuanced histories, needs, desires, genetics, relationship dynamics and lived experiences. She has coached individuals for over two decades toward a fluid and flexible, respectful, compassionate relationship with themselves and their lives.