Discover a more balanced and happy relationship with food by understanding how your feelings affect your eating habits, and how you can harness the power of that understanding to transform your behaviour around food.
As a food and eating psychology coach, I know that diets are not the answer to our challenges around food. For most of us, simply understanding how our feelings and eating habits interact and learning ways to deal with our feelings without using food is transformative. This knowledge and the tools I share in the course have completely changed my life and the way that I feel about food and my body so I'm really excited to share this knowledge with you.
In the first module, you'll be taught a technique that helps you to identify the relationship between your emotions and your eating habits and you'll be able to identify what triggers you to eat either than biological hunger.
In the second module we look at how we learn to associate feelings and food. We explore how you currently experience emotion and discover how that, and things like stress, sleep and self-compassion can affect your eating behaviour.
In the final module, you'll be given some actionable and incredibly effective techniques that you can use to work on your triggers for emotional eating. Different triggers respond to different approaches, so we work through each in detail.
"Learn how to stop snacking. If, like us, you can't stop eating right now, you might want to try food and eating psychology coach, Josie Buck's Overcome Emotional Eating course."
"Thank you, Josie, your course was VERY helpful! It’s logical progression, even when some of the information was familiar (actually, especially when it was familiar, i.e. tried, tested & failed!) has enabled me to make some real & hopefully lasting changes in my life, not just my eating habits but diet & exercise too. Your constant encouragement to take things slowly was also hugely helpful. Now, I’m astonishing myself!"
" What a brilliantly constructed, informative and inspiring course. We often talk about emotional eating, but don't ever take the time to examine our emotions and why certain situations trigger our responses. Broken into small units, the course helps you understand the why, how and crucially, the tactics you can put into place to help overcome any challenges you may face. The best thing is with the support videos and downloaded workbooks, you can take the course at your own pace and revisit the exercises as often as you need. I would highly recommend this course and taking the time to invest in yourself."
" I am learning more about myself, the relationship between my emotions and food and how this impacts on me. The course builds on each unit, is well paced and informative and supported by lots of helpful worksheets, videos and additional sources of information. I would highly recommend this course. It is enlightening and challenging in a very positive way and I can see how it will help me both now and in the future."
End the frustration of emotional eating and start on the path to a more balanced relationship with food today. You'll get immediate access to all the resources, guidance and tools for as long as the course is available, so you can refer back to them as often as you need to.
3 SIMPLE TO FOLLOW, SELF-PACED MODULES.
10 WRITTEN AND AUDIO LESSONS WITH VIDEO INTRODUCTIONS
INTERACTIVE TASKS TO HELP YOU EXPLORE AND IDENTIFY YOUR TRIGGERS.
ENGAGING AND FOCUSED WORKSHEETS DESIGNED TO SUPPORT YOU IN APPLYING THE LEARNING TO YOUR UNIQUE CIRCUMSTANCES.
TRIED & TESTED TOOLS & TECHNIQUES TO OVERCOME EMOTIONAL EATING.
Hi there, I'm Josie. I'm a Food and Eating Psychology Coach. I help women to improve their relationship with food and their bodies by sharing my expertise in emotional health and balanced nutrition.
I had a troubled relationship with food myself for many years and have first-hand experience of what it takes to break free from dieting and discover a relaxed and enjoyable relationship with food. This experience, coupled with my training in eating psychology and applied nutrition, has enabled me to teach hundreds of women how to transform their health and eating habits.
I run online courses, a membership programme and award-winning residential retreats.
Watch the video below to learn more.....
Whatever emotions drive you to overeat, the end result is very often the same. The effect is temporary, the emotions don’t go away you likely also bear the additional burden of guilt. This can also lead to an unhealthy cycle: your emotions trigger you to overeat, you beat yourself up for sabotaging your health, you feel bad and overeat again. Emotions can become so tied to your eating habits that you automatically reach for a treat whenever you're angry or stressed without thinking about what you're doing. The good news is that when emotions threaten to trigger emotional eating, you can take steps to control cravings. This course provides you with the knowledge, detailed exercises and frameworks you need to change things so that you can feel more in control of your behaviour around food and so much happier in yourself.