INTRODUCTION TO NUTRITION FOR THERAPISTS
A one day workshop designed to give therapists a better understanding of what good nutrition is and how it can be used to further support clients. This workshop is perfect for hypnotherapists, psychotherapists, counsellors and other alternative health practitioners who’d like to understand more about the growing importance of nutrition and it’s role in both mental and physical health, AND HOW IT COMPLIMENTS THEIR EXISTING DISCIPLINE.
The world of nutrition can be confusing. Every day we are bombarded by different rules and research as to what we should and shouldn’t eat, or you read a headline about the latest diet or health scare. This one day workshop will aim to give you a practical understanding of what is good nutrition, debunking the myths and using evidence-based approaches to everyday conditions including healthy weight loss, anxiety, depression, stress, IBS and menopause, that you can use alongside your main practice.
What you will learn on the workshop:
- What is good nutrition?
- The importance of blood sugar balancing
- How to read food labels
- Why diets don’t work
- The importance of the gut and its microbiome
- Stress and the impact on physical & mental health
- Nutrition psychiatrY: the importance of food & mood
- EATING DISORDERS & DISORDERED EATING
- Practical nutrition guides: IBS, MENOPAUSE & PAIN
The cost of the workshop includes refreshments, lunch and a full copy of the presentation content
This day is not training you to be a nutritional therapist, but it will give you a better knowledge of the impact nutrition has on your clients health, mentally and physically, and practical advicE and knowledge to support your therapeutic work. Please be aware I DO NOT COVER FERTILITY OR CANCER IN THIS WORKSHOP AS THIS IS A SPECIALIST AREA.
Introduction to Nutrition for Therapists
15TH FEBRUARY, 2020, SUTTON-IN-ASHFIELD
10am - 4.30pm
The Clem & Margaret Turner Therapy Practice, Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, NG17 1BG