Practitioners

Become a Food Psychology Coach and licensed practitioner of the FPC Method and help your clients to change their relationship with food for the long-term

Psychotherapists, nutritionists, hypnotherapists, coaches, dieticians, doctors and other practitioners that work to help individuals optimise their health and food choices can help their clients to achieve permanent changes to their eating habits by becoming a Food Psychology Coach and licensed practitioner of the FPC Method. 

THE 16 WEEK PRACTITIONER TRAINING PROGRAMME 

This online programme equips you with the tools, materials, online resources and skills that will enable you to work with clients struggling with their relationship with food.  The unique FPC Method brings together techniques and tools from a range of disciplines including CBT and other psychotherapeutic approaches, hypnotherapy and mindfulness, neuroscience and nutrition. 

Sound nutrition advice

Psychotherapy and hypnotherapy

Mindfulness techniques

You can work through the material at your own pace and will receive accreditation as a Food Psychology Coach and practitioner of the FPC Method at the end of the course.  You can then market your services as a Food Psychology Coach and help your clients to change their relationship with food for good. 

Online course 

This 16 week online course in food psychology will enable you to completely transform your client’s relationship with food.  The course comes with: videos, hypnotherapy recordings, worksheets and exercises for use with clients, reading materials and range of practical tools that you can start implementing immediately. 

16 week online course - £875

Course Content

The Food Psychology Clinic help clients to make permanent changes to their relationship with food

The course will contain the following modules: 

WEEK 1: Introduction and Helping Clients Checking in with Themselves

WEEK 2: Why Diets Don’t Work and What Your Clients Can Do Instead

WEEK 3: Mindfulness and CBT for Managing Stress

WEEK 4: Managing Emotional and Comfort Eating 

WEEK 5: How To Optimise Your Clients' Sleep 

WEEK6: Boosting your Clients’ Confidence and Self-Esteem

WEEK 7: Building New Habits for Lasting Behaviour Change

WEEK 8: Choosing a New Coping Mechanism 

WEEK 9: Building A New Relationship With Alcohol 

WEEK 10: Perfectionism and Procrastination 

WEEK 11: How Your Food Choices Affect Your Clients’ Mental Health 

WEEK 12: Exercise and Having No Time

WEEK 13: Step by Step Treatment Protocol 

WEEK 14: Having Conversations Around Food

WEEK 15: How to Use Relaxation Techniques 

WEEK 16: Believing in Recovery

 

An interdisciplinary approach

Resolving the root cause

Providing a long-term solution

The course will also involve short case study exercises and essays which you will complete in order to demonstrate your ability to practice the method.  Once you have passed the course and received your accreditation, you can contact info@thefoodpsychologyclinic.co.uk with a copy of your CV if you are interested in working with us at the clinic either remotely (via Skype/Facetime) or in London. 

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