A New Way of Seeing Things
Dynamic Eating Psychology, originating at the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, is at the forefront of a powerful, new, holistic nutritional healing movement that changes the way we view food, weight, body image, holistic nutrition and health.
Clients learn a better way to heal their relationship with food, body, mind, and soul.
For far too long, clients have been struggling with a sustainable, loving way to lose weight, to stop their punishing relationship with food and exercise, and to navigate through the conflicting nutritional advice from experts.
Although medical science has agreed that diet plays an optimal role in health, something is still clearly missing. Obesity, overeating, pain around body image, and emotional challenges with food are at record highs. People have access to all kinds of nutrition information, yet the search for true wisdom and healing continues.
It’s time for a fresh start and a new perspective.
Combining the latest evidenced-based research findings from the fields of psychology, neuroscience, nutrition, and weight to create a healing movement that recognizes the need for a holistic approach to weight, body, and mind. An approach that finally makes the critical distinction that it is not only important what we eat, but who we are as eaters. Dynamic Eating Psychology understands that we all have a unique relationship with food based on our thoughts, beliefs, emotions, and past experiences. It recognizes that our eating challenges are intimately connected to all the other life domains — relationship, work, money, sexuality, the need for fulfillment, and so much more. Discovering these critical connections is the beginning of our healing journey.