For the month of November 2019, we're waiving the flat-rate shipping and handling fee of $50 on orders of Complete Facilitator's Kits in the USA and Canada. Click here to learn more. Please note: Paypal is NOT configured to accommodate this promo - please email Kim at to take advantage of this sale. … [Read more...] about Free Shipping $50 Savings!
Like New Year's Day, the fall is a time for starting new behaviours. Of course, this includes learning new strategies for positive eating habits. We often hear from Canadians who are looking for clinicians who offer Craving Change workshops or individual nutrition counseling. If you're a Certified Craving Change Facilitator, we're happy to post your contact information on the Find a Clinician page of our website. Simply write to with your details. … [Read more...] about Promote Yourself!
Are you a Certified Craving Change Facilitator? Are you keen to expand your skills and add to your cognitive-behavioural toolbox? This NEW 25-page booklet will provide you with: A greater foundation in the essentials of the cognitive-behavioural framework. Techniques you can use to recognize clients’ problematic thinking patterns related to eating. ‘Ready-to-use' worksheets to support you and your clients as you skim beneath their 'eating iceberg'. The stories of four clients are … [Read more...] about New Resource – ‘ABC’s of CBT’
September is a time for starting new routines and habits. Your clients are keen to get back on track with their eating and may be primed for the 'how to change your thinking' approach. The Craving Change workbook is ideal for teaching eating self-efficacy in workshops or with individual clients. Order the featured Craving Change workbook packages below by logging into your account at www.cravingchange.ca/login by September 30 and receive the corresponding Bonus Package free.* Plus, there's no … [Read more...] about Get Bonus Workbooks – Order Now!
The theme of the recent symposium of the Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Dietetic Practice Group at which we presented was definitely focused on behaviour change. The psychology of eating is a key issue for dietitians working with these diverse client populations. Many of the attendees shared that they were excited to immediately start implementing the simple cognitive-behavioural tools and techniques that we demonstrated with their clients. … [Read more...] about Behaviour Change is a Hot Topic!
It's been six years since we launched the 'everything you need to get started next week' Complete Facilitator Kit and the time has come for a price increase. This being said, a licensed and certified Craving Change Facilitator now has access to over 50 supplemental resources in our online Resource Library for the price of the 'starter kit'. And, the library of tips, tools and worksheets continues to grow every year. We're definitely committed to ensuring that clinicians receive value for their … [Read more...] about Complete Facilitator Kit Price Increase
One week to go until the SCAN Symposium ! This is the 35th year for members of the Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition dietetic practice group members to learn, network, be inspired and have fun. We guarantee that members that attend our session will leave with cognitive-behavioral tools and techniques that they'll be excited to use with their clients the week after the symposium. Thousands of Canadian clinicians have told us about their favorite Craving Change resources and we're … [Read more...] about Symposium Attendees Guaranteed to be Inspired
We're excited to be presenting to our American colleagues at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics SCAN Dietetic Practice Group Symposium in Phoenix, Arizona on April 27. SCAN is the Academy's largest practice group with a focus on Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition. The cognitive-behavioural framework, techniques and resources of the Craving Change program are highly relevant to all of these areas of nutrition therapy. We're especially looking forward to meeting with fellow … [Read more...] about Speaking at SCAN Symposium