Emotional eating is one of the main reasons why people struggle to lose weight and the downfall of many well-intentioned diets.
Without addressing the habits and triggers in our subconscious, sustainable weight loss and positive feelings around body image will be hard to achieve.
Emotional eating expert, Aisling Cowan, and Registered Nutritional Therapist, Claire Clerkin, will present a seminar on breaking the cycle of emotional eating.
Aisling will help you understand the foundations of emotional eating – why feelings of food guilt start and how they are perpetuated. She will then offer advice on how to get out of the emotional eating cycle.
Claire will speak about how to manage cravings and provide practical tips for making healthy food choices which can prevent you making poor food choices.
- Belfast Chiropractic and Complementary Therapies Clinic – 228 Ormeau Road, Belfast, BT7 2FZ – View Map
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Aisling Cowan (MindCoach) and Claire Clerkin (Nutritional Therapist)
Organiser of How to Handle Emotional Eating
Aisling Cowan is an Advanced MindCoach and Registered Nutritionist. She specialises in sustainable dietary and behaviour change, emotional well-being and the treatment of anxiety.
Aisling worked in weight loss research for the University of Ulster (NICHE) and in health promotion for a government agency. She became interested in finding more effective ways of inspiring sustainable lifestyle change. Aisling’s ethos is that by appreciation and understanding of the whole person and their circumstances, clients can be empowered to take control and make lasting change in their life.
Claire Clerkin is a Registered Nutritional Therapist who works with individuals and groups to help them realise abundant health through nutrition and lifestyle changes. As a nutritional therapist, Claire is uniquely trained to understand how nutrients and other food components influence the function of the body, protect against disease, restore health and determine a person’s response to changes in the environment.