Turn mindless eating habits into mindful eating habits! In this breakthrough workbook, Susan Albers—author of Eating Mindfully and the New York Times bestseller, Eat Q—offers powerful mindfulness-based activities and skills to help you stop overeating.
Do you zone out while eating? You’re not alone! It’s easy to polish off a bag of chips or a giant bowl of popcorn while marathon-streaming your favorite TV show. And while indulging here and there certainly won’t hurt you, mindless eating can become a harmful habit in the long run—leading to obesity, health problems, and negative body image. So, how can you start making healthier food choices?
Using the same highly effective approach as the breakthrough book Eating Mindfully, The Eating Mindfully Workbook for Teens will show you how to deal with the day-to-day challenges of making healthy decisions about food. Instead of resorting to fad diets, you’ll learn how to avoid overeating in the first place, be more aware of your body, and really enjoy meals—instead of just popping food in your mouth without thinking.
It’s not easy to make smart food choices in our fast-paced, fast food culture. This workbook can help guide you, one bite at a time.
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“Susan Albers has written a superb manual for teenagers that provides expert information and advice about food, mood, and mindful eating. This thoughtful book offers creative and engaging ways for teens and anyone who wants to truly understand mindful eating to learn about this important subject, but more importantly, to take action to feel more at ease with food and their bodies.”
—Carolyn Coker Ross, MD, MPH, speaker, pioneer in the use of integrative medicine for eating disorders and addictions, and author of The Emotional Eating Workbook
“Susan Albers’s new book, Eating Mindfully for Teens, is the perfect solution to navigating emotional eating challenges in teens. I love the scripts that she provides, the active journal exercises, and her suggestions for movement and other healthier solutions for when teens need more energy, or to calm their emotions. I will absolutely share this with my teen daughter, my clients, and the mothers in my practice.”
—Jessica Drummond, DCN, CNS, PT, NBC-HWC, founder and CEO of The Integrative Women’s Health Institute
“I was thrilled to receive an advanced copy of Susan Albers’s new book, because I knew she had included a section on sleep (activity eight) where she correctly identifies the effect of sleep on mindful eating. In addition, she gives great activities for teens—known to be incredibly sleep deprived—to participate in. This will be a great resource for anyone working with teens and mindful eating.”
—Michael Breus, PhD, The Sleep Doctor™
“The teen years can be challenging in so many ways, including struggles with body image, relationships, and emotions. Susan Albers’s workbook practically tackles the unhealthy relationships teens can develop with food, and provides a much-needed resource in this area. I highly recommend it for parents and professionals looking to teach teens the tools for making a lifetime of healthy choices around food, while improving self-image, resilience, and coping skills in the process.”
—Nicole Beurkens, PhD, CNS, licensed psychologist and certified nutrition specialist
“Eating Mindfully for Teens is an invaluable resource for both parents and practitioners to help children create beneficial eating habits that last a lifetime. Inside are practical strategies to avoid overeating and make healthier food choices, without fad dieting. Susan Albers is a pioneer and leads the mindful eating revolution.”
—Joe Tatta, DPT, CNS, bestselling author of Heal Your Pain Now
“It’s so encouraging to read a book that teaches a wise and rational approach to eating instead of another quick-fix or temporary diet. Susan Albers’s Eating Mindfully for Teens offers the effective technique of mindfulness as a method to help teens develop a healthy relationship with food that they can put into place and hopefully keep for the rest of their lives.”
—Lisa M. Schab, LCSW, adolescent psychotherapist specializing in disordered eating and anxiety; and author of The Anxiety Workbook for Teens, The Self-Esteem Workbook for Teens, and Beyond the Blues
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