This week, Wendy and Colleen are excited to be attending the 'Beyond the Clinic' - 7th Conference on the Prevention and Treatment of Childhood and Adolescent Obesity . They're looking forward to making some headway around the learning curve re: special considerations and challenges with pediatric populations. They also anticipate lively discussions, networking with colleagues - new and familiar, and listening to the many impressive session and poster presenters. If you're planning to attend … [Read more...] about Pediatric Population – Looking Through a New Lens
Wendy has been invited to present a webinar this week for the semi-annual, continuing education program offered by Nutrition at Work (NDC) for their many dietitians. Karine Levy, Clinical Manager at Nutrition at Work, is keen to have their dietitians incorporate a cognitive-behavioural based approach in their practice. The webinar will include an overview of the power of one's thoughts on behaviours, a demonstration of activities that can be used with individuals or groups and case studies … [Read more...] about Webinar for NDC Continuing Education
To maintain our goal of providing 'best evidence' content in the Craving Change program, the 2018 version of the client workbook was revised early this year omitting all references to Dr. Brian Wansink and his research. For those using earlier versions of the workbook, a three-page, 'cut and paste' document is available that provides edits for the client workbook. The document can be downloaded below and is also available in the Resource Library. See yesterday's post for information and … [Read more...] about 2018 Workbook Environment Info Revised
In response to recent negative press regarding the research by Dr. Brian Wansink, we're reposting a notice that was emailed out to licensees and noted in our What's New page in April. Based on similar concerns raised last year, Craving Change Inc. was quick to respond by issuing a Position Statement and editing the 2018 printing of the client workbook and the Facilitator's Manual such that all references to Wansink and his research were removed. We feel that a discussion regarding our food and … [Read more...] about Reposting Notification Re: Wansink
Don't miss the chance to get free workbooks and other great Craving Change resources. Another way to boost your supply of client workbooks is to encourage your colleague or team member to become a licensed and certified Craving Change Facilitator. Our cognitive-behavioural, non-diet approach to eating behaviour change has transformed the practice of many clinicians and has been embraced by thousands of Canadians. Our Fall Promotion starts today and runs until September 21. 1) Buy Workbooks Now … [Read more...] about Fall Promotion Starts Today!
Gearing up for some fall Craving Change® workshops? Have a colleague who'd like to become a Craving Change Certified Facilitator? Then take advantage of the bonus products and savings during our Fall Promotion from September 4 to 21. Watch your emailbox this week for more information. … [Read more...] about Don’t Miss the Fall Promotion
Ask anyone and they'll tell you that the Edmonton Oliver Primary Care Network is an innovative leader in health care in Alberta and Canada. They demonstrated this once again with their recent decision to obtain an Organization License with Craving Change Inc. Their incredible team will now have readily accessible resources, training and certification to incorporate a cognitive-behavioural approach in workshops and individual counselling sessions with their clients. Congratulations! … [Read more...] about Welcome Edmonton Oliver PCN
Craving Change Inc is committed to donating a portion of the revenue from sales of the children's book, 'Is this stomach, mouth or heart hunger?' to help children with ‘stomach hunger’. Both a representative with the Dietitian of Canada Nutrition & Food Security Network who has worked for decades in this area and a board member who contributed to a DC position paper on food insecurity strongly encouraged support of an agency that addresses the overall issue of poverty as opposed to specific … [Read more...] about Support for ‘Chew On This’ Program