Eating and mindfulness - 4-week course
This course runs for four consecutive Thursday evenings, starting 19th March.
It is aimed at anyone interested in mindfulness and how mindfulness can help with self awareness and making choices, especially choices around food.
Food and eating habits can be very personal, private issues; this group is small and held in the safe environment of the counselling room. Individuals are encouraged to share as much or as little as they feel able.
Group discussion is important, and we explore how family rules about food, science and the media muddle our thinking about meals and 'healthy' choices.
Mindfulness, diary-keeping, and personal meditations are encouraged between sessions. Towards the end of the course, other issues may be discussed; these might include acceptance and self compassion.
Attendance at all sessions is desirable.
About Emma Dunn
Emma Dunn is a counsellor and psychotherapist. She works in her private practice 'Insightfulness' in Rastrick, near Brighouse, West Yorkshire
Emma is a participant in the Teacher Training Pathway for Mindfulness teachers, recognised by the Mindfulness Network.
Emma has a BSc. in Nutrition and Dietetics