Chronic exposure to elevated or fluctuating endocrine or neural responses resulting from chronic or repeated challenges that we experience as stressful takes a heavy toll on the body. Over time, stress and strain build up, and our capacity to cope with the day-to-day challenges diminishes.
Among other things, negative emotions like stress and anxiety can lead to disordered eating, that will further impact the person’s nutritional status and mental wellness.
Join Eileen Hopkins and Linn Thorstensson to get an overview of anxiety and stress, including how it affects the body and mind, understand the importance of proper self-care and the role supplements and mindfulness can play in your well being, and how to support clients who struggle with overwhelming stress and disordered eating.
The events will be taking place at 10am - 4pm.
|Sligo||Clayton Hotel||Clarion Road, Ballinode||Thursday, 10th November,|
|Limerick||Radisson Blu Hotel||Ennis Road||Thursday, 17th November|
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Eileen Hopkins, MIACP, MICF, PCC, B.Sc. (Hons) Dip. Counselling & Psychotherapy, Dip. Coaching is a Psychotherapist and Life Coach, and worked as a nurse for 30 years. She took early retirement from her nursing career in 2015 and trained as a professional Life Coach with the Irish Life Coach Institute and as a Psychotherapist with PCI College in Dublin.
Linn Thorstensson is a registered Nutritional Therapist, a Certified Food & Spirit Practitioner (Mind-Body Nutrition) and an MB-EAT practitioner. She serves on the Board of Nutritional Therapists of Ireland (NTOI) and The Centre for Mindful Eating (TCME).