Eat for Life: Mindfulness Based Intuitive Eating
with Lori Schermers RD 

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Early Registration: $395 through June 1
Regular Registration: $435 beginning June 2
Scholarships Available

Class Discounts:
Repeating EFL – $100 Off
Taking a second GRCFM class – $50 Off
Summer K – 12 Educator Specials – $100 Off
Discounts can’t be combined

Register For June Classes Here!

Free Information Sessions:
(Free Information Session is considered a part of Class)
Thursday, May 24 & 31, 6:30 – 8:00 pm – Women’s Health Center

June Class Schedule:
Thursday, June 7 – July 26, 6:30 – 9:00 pm – Women’s Health Center
Includes All Day Mindfulness Retreat – Saturday, July 14, 9:30 am – 3:30 pm – Women’s Health Center
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Sign Up for CE/CPE Credits

apa-logoISGTo Purchase ​CE/CPE Credit: Up to 27.5 credit hours $95.00

Up to 27.5 CEs Approved for Psychologists, Social Workers, Mental Health Professionals, and Dietitians. ISG is approved by the American Psychological Association to provide continuing education credits to psychologists.  International Seminars Group maintains responsibility for all programs and content.

Target Audience: 

Psychology
Counseling
Social Work
Marriage & Family Therapy
Registered Dietitian

APA Logo_origCPE Accredited Provider logoPresenter:

Lori Schermers, RD
Eat for Life Instructor

Learning Level: Introductory​


Course Type:
Live Program, to be purchased from Grand Rapids Center for Mindfulness

​Eat for Life is a mindfulness-based intuitive eating program that helps people have a healthy relationship with food and their bodies. Empirically validated to decrease binge eating while increasing body image, mindfulness, and intuitive eating.Using mind-body practices such as meditation and yoga, learn to listen to the guidance of your body to improve health and well-being. This revolutionary 8-week educational program combines intuitive eating principles and mindfulness practice leading to rediscovery of pleasure in food, appreciation for your body (as it is) and decreases in problematic eating behavior.This non-diet approach to eating advocates acceptance of self and the body as the first step in making changes. Using a non-judgmental, compassionate approach, participants re-learn to use internal physical cues to guide what and when to eat.Learning Objectives:

  • Describe Intuitive Eating
  • Discuss the BASICS of mindful eating
  • Describe the role of mindfulness in cultivating a mindful eating practice
  • List common cognitive distortions that interfere with our ability to eat healthfully
  • Summarize the three tenets of food wisdom
  • List common barriers to being physically active, and ways to overcome them

Developed by Lynn Rossy PhD, author of ‘The Mindfulness-Based Eating Solution’ one of Mindful Magazines top ten Mindfulness books of 2016.

Registration Information

  • Price includes practice CDs and a workbook
  • Attendance at a Free Information Session is STRONGLY recommended. Go here for more info
  • A limited number of scholarships are available. Please inquire here
  • Advanced registration is required

Questions? Call 616.361.3660 or email us at: info@grcfm.com


The two books that are required for this course can be purchased through Amazon via the links below.