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Tap into your Emotional Eating Patterns to Learn How to Mindfully Eat 

Knowledge is Power

This mini e-course was developed as a way to support those who are struggling with food and negative body image during the quarantine, encouraging them to use this as an opportunity for self-discovery and to be more present with their emotions and learn how to mindfully eat. We hope that this mini e-course provides you with some insight about your emotional eating patterns and that you are able to become the observer of your own experience without judging it, but using it as a way to understand your relationship with food, feelings and your body. We hope that you are able to learn more about mindful eating and how dealing with emotions and being present with your food, can help!

In this mini-course you will learn:

  • The meaning of emotional eating

  • The basic behaviors that describe emotional eaters

  • The signs and symptoms of emotional eating

  • Some causes of emotional eating

  • Strategies for breaking away from emotional eating

  • Resources for ongoing support

This is mini-course has three parts or lessons: the first one focuses on emotional eating patterns, the second one on facing the feelings, and the third one on mindful eating and the mind-body balance. Each lesson has a PowerPoint presentation, an experiential exercise and a journal entry so you can deepen your work. This mini-course is self-paced and offers multiple opportunities for self-discovery and growth. 


We hope everybody is safe and healthy at this time, and strongly believe that we will get through this! For more information you can contact us at

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Our mission at The Food & Mood Institute is to provide quality courses and a friendly learning environment. We focus on empowering people by providing the necessary tools and knowledge to help reach their goals. With our uniquely practical and straightforward approach, participants can begin applying their new skills after just one course session.

About the Instructors of this Course

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Carolina Gaviria, LMHC, NCC, CEDS-S

Co-Founder of The Food & Mood Institute at

Home For Balance Psychotherapy Group, LLC

I'm a bilingual Psychotherapist specialized in eating disorders who supports children and adults in their desire to improve their lives and overcome difficult situations and overwhelming emotions. I offer a safe, welcoming environment where you can rediscover your true self and feel empowered to make decisions and long lasting changes in your life. By developing a new awareness and ability to stay in the present you will access the power within and face obstacles with confidence and clarity.

By using solution focused therapy and a holistic approach I will help you uncover you true self, strengths and resources, supporting you in your journey to healing and learning how to deal with depression, anxiety, codependent relationships, addictions, eating disorders or any other struggles you might be facing.

Yaneth Beltran, RD/LDN, CEDS-S

Co-Founder of The Food & Mood Institute at Home For Balance Psychotherapy Group, LLC

I’m a bilingual nutritionist specialized in eating disorders who takes a holistic approach to wellness providing nutritional counseling to people who believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship between clients and professionals. I guide and support people in the process of finding balance within their bodies, food and lives.

I help people understand their issues from a nutritional prospective by counseling them and encouraging them to improve their lifestyles with healthy meal plans. I also believe that while it is important to help clients recognize and change negative patterns of behaviors connected to food, it is important to help people build on their strengths by supporting them and encouraging them through a trusting relationship.

Co-Founder of The Food & Mood Institute, LLC
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