Masterclass on Food Cravings

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How to help your clients overcome food cravings

This Masterclass on the psychology of cravings is for professionals of all disciplines whose work involves helping people change how they eat.

Clients attempting to lose weight may give up because of managing strong cravings that arise from ready access to highly palatable calorific foods. Food cravings are associated with decreased quality of life, increased calorie intake and drop-out from weight loss programmes. 

Suppressing cravings does not work. 

In this Masterclass we will focus on evidence-based ways of helping your clients overcome cravings.

These practical, simple strategies which have good outcome results will be covered in this Masterclass and you will be able to put them into practice immediately and enhance the quality of the work you’re able to do with your clients.

Please note that we won’t be covering cravings for alcohol or other substances in this Masterclass.

If your work involves helping people who want to stop eating in response to cravings, this Masterclass is for you. 

Whether you work in a dedicated weight loss service, or your main role is in mental or physical health, this Masterclass will teach you practical and sustainable techniques for overcoming cravings. 

You are likely to be working as a dietitian, nutritionist, nurse, health care assistant, doctor, health coach, psychologist, food educator, counsellor, psychotherapist or other health-related profession.

The Masterclass is available pre-recorded so you can work through it as and when it is convenient for you.

What you will learn

  • the psychological processes involved in the development of a craving for a particular food
  • specific, evidence based techniques to reduce or eliminate cravings 

Course requirements

There are no specific qualifications needed to attend this Masterclass. 

Approved for the purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by:

  • British Psychological Society (BPS)
  • British Association for Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine (BANT)
  • UK & International Health Coaches Association (UKIHCA).
  • Naturopathic Nutrition Association (NNA).