Welcome to the Emotional eating lecture. This lecture covers the following:
What is emotional eating?
Emotional eating is normal
Debunking emotional eating myths
The restrict/binge cycle and why emotional eating is a part of it
When emotional eating is our only coping mechanism
How we can develop an emotional support toolbox
Who is this lecture for?
This lecture is for anyone who feels guilt or shame around food, anyone who feels like they can't trust their body around food, feels out of control around food, is scared to have certain foods in the house etc. This lecture is for anyone who wants to understand what emotional eating actually is, why is happens and how to remove gulit and shame around food.
What to expect:
- Both a written and audio version
- No medicalization of bodies (no fatphobia, weight stigma etc)
- Written and presented using plain language, no academic of scientific language that isn't explained
- Written and presented through a Health at Every Size lens
- 22 minutes long
- Prices are in Australian dollars.
- Lifetime access to this lecture and any updates
Maddie (she/her) is a Nutritionist from Australia. She holds bachelor of Food and Nutrition Science and is undertaking a Masters degree in Psychotherapy this year. She has also worked within the Australian and American media as a nutritional advisor and consultant.
She is the founder Messy Health and the Messy Health School, a platform dedicated to creating a educational space for those working on their mental health, healing their relationship with food, feeling peaceful about their body, and taking back joy and pleasure in their life. Through her own journey of developing peace around food and her body, coupled with her education in nutrition, food science and psychotherapy, she has knowledge and understanding to help facilitate healing around food, body image, the body and how they all intersect.
Although the majority of her academic training is in nutrition and food science, she is very passionate about sexual health. sex positivity, body image, relational health and all aspects of mental health and plans to continue exploring these areas while studying psychotherapy.
Maddie practices through a feminist, social justice, Health At Every Size and inclusive lens and holds inclusivity and accessibility as a top priority.