Stress Eating Workshop

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Stress Eating Workshop

Don’t let stress dictate your relationship with food. Join Dr. Elizabeth Chamberlain for the Stress Eating Workshop.

When and where

Date and time

Location

Online

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before event
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

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Do you find that in times of stress or difficult emotions you turn to food as a comfort or escape? Do you want to break the cycle and learn how to develop a better relationship with stress as well as with food? In this research-based, interactive virtual workshop facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Chamberlain, licensed psychologist at the CU Medicine Weight Management and Wellness Clinic and faculty wellness officer with the CU Department of Psychiatry, participants will learn:

  • How stress eating starts
  • Ways to identify triggers
  • Strategies to help manage the stress eating cycle

The Stress Eating Workshop includes four weekly Monday sessions in February (February 6, 13, 20, 27), 4:30-5:30 p.m. Workshop sessions are held virtually via Zoom.

Cost:

$149

*Includes all four sessions in February.

New Year Promotion

Register for the Stress Eating Workshop by January 31, 2023 and be entered to win prizes as part of our special new year promotion.

PLEASE NOTE: One registrant per ticket. Eventbrite ticketing fees apply and are nonrefundable.

FAQs:

Is this a weight loss program?

The Stress Eating Workshop is not designed as a weight loss program, however, in similar programs, some participants have found that they lost weight. Participants will instead work on mindfulness and behavioral strategies, rather than focusing on weight loss as a goal.

How are workshops conducted?

All workshop sessions take place virtually via Zoom. Prior to all sessions, participants will receive all necessary information and Zoom link for each session.

Can I take workshops more than once?

Absolutely. Participants can refresh and help solidify strategies and personal understanding by taking workshops more than once.

I still have questions. Who do I contact?

If you have additional questions, please contact us at ahwc.info@cuanschutz.edu.

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Dr. Liz Chamberlain is a licensed psychologist in practice at the CU Medicine Weight Management and Wellness Clinic, part of the CU Anschutz Health and Wellness Center. Dr. Chamberlain also holds a faculty appointment and is a faculty wellness officer with the CU Department of Psychiatry. She earned her BA in English and psychology from the University of Michigan in 1991, and after a short career in advertising and marketing research, graduated with her PhD in counseling psychology from the University of North Texas in 2003. Dr. Chamberlain has worked in private practice, university counseling centers and community mental health/family therapy settings, and has presented at national conferences and has authored a book chapter on custodial grandparenting. She focuses her clinical work on mindfulness-based interventions (MBSR, MBCT, MSC); and serving as health psychologist, co-leads the ELM intervention for the University of Colorado. ELM is a multi-site, multi-year research trial that provides a structured multi-week group to reduce factors of metabolic syndrome (www.elmtrial.org).