Get a healthy relationship with food
Course language: English
Price: € 497
Overeating can cause psychological distress but it can be treated with knowledge and tools from psychology. When you understand the mechanisms behind your eating behaviour, you can let go of overeating.
What is overeating?
Overeating or Binge Eating is when you eat more than your body needs within a short period of time.
For some people they develop a Binge Eating Disorder (BED), which is associated with:
- Eating a lot more than another person would
- A sense of loss of control
- Eating without hunger
- Eating until you are uncomfortable full
- Distressing emotions such as sadness, guilt and disgust
- Eating alone because the person feels ashamed
If you can recognize yourself in the above, the online program can help you let go of overeating and improve your overall well-being.
About Tine Dirckinck-Holmfeld
I am a psychologist and graduated from the University in Denmark in 2015. In 2019 I decided to started my own business with a vision to spread the word about the importance of our mental health and well-being.
I believe that: “Change is all in the mind” and when we understand how the mind works we can create a life, that brings us joy and happiness and that’s a very important message in my work.
Through teaching, workshops and online programs I share knowledge and tools that can help people improve their lives.
I was born in Odense in 1988 and since then I have lived in different cities in Denmark, most recently Copenhagen.
Last year I decided to move to beautiful and healing Bali and it has become my home away from home.
I am driven by enjoyment, personal development, learning and connections with people and living in Bali provides it all.
I meet people from all around the world and despite individual differences humans are very much alike: We want to have a fulfilling life that makes us happy, a good health and we want to have love in our lives.
I believe that our mental health is very essential in the pursuit of fulfillment, happiness and love.
”Once you understand the psychology behind eating you can change your relationship with food.”
Listen to Tine in audio 1 from the online program
The online program will give you an understanding of your relationship with food and give you the tools to change it
The program is based on psychological theory and method with an emphasis on how our mind works.
It is based on Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) – a form of psychotherapy, which has proven effective in treatment of psychological problems: Eating disorders, stress, anxiety and depression among others.
In the online program you will get an understanding of the psychology behind eating and the essential tools from CBT, that can help you achieve a natural relationship with food.
What will you learn in the online program about overeating?
The learning you will achieve within 8 weeks can have a life-changing effect on your relationship with food and your quality of life.
The program is structured in modules with knowledge, tools and audios that will give you a deep insight into your eating patterns and relationship with food.
You will achieve:
- An in-depth insight in your day-to-da eating habits
- Knowledge about how to achieve a stable and natural eating pattern
- An understanding of your body and mind
- Knowledge about the psychological mechanisms behind your eating
- Knowledge about CBT and negative thoughts
- Tools from CBT that will help you change your eating behaviour
- A greater understanding of yourself, your emotions and reactions
- New strategies for dealing with challenging emotions, experiences or conflicts
8 modules that can be life-changing for you
Learn more about yourself, your eating habits and get the tools to make a change
Module 1: Understanding
- Learn about the psychology behind eating
- Signs of an unhealthy relationship with food
- Introduction to the tools from psychology
- Tool: Eating diary
Module 2: Awareness
- Become fully aware of your eating
- Food & eating patterns
- Signs of a healthy relationship with food
- Tool: Eating diary
Module 3: Stability and Regularity
- Stability in your eating habits
- Regular eating patterns
- Hunger & satiety – listening to the body
- Tool: Eating diary + hunger scale
Module 4: CBT & Thoughts
- Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Thoughts & automatic thoughts
- The dynamics between thoughts, feelings and eating behaviour
- Tool: The Cognitive Diamond
Module 5: CBT & Change
- CBT and alternative thoughts
- Alternative thoughts and change
- Tool: Change your thoughts and your behaviour
Module 6: Your WHY
- Understand the reason to why you eat
- Tool: Guidet exercise & questioning to deepen your understanding
Module 7: Challenges and new Strategies
- Challenging situations
- What triggers eating
- New strategies in challenging situations
- Tool: Identify & apply new strategies
Module 8: Key Learnings
- Key learnings/messages
- How can you keep up the good work?
- How can I support you moving forward?
- Tool: List of key learnings
The best investment is an investment in your mental health and well-being.
Benefits of the online program
At your own pace
Easy to access
The program is flexible so that you can adapt it to your personal needs.
Why this area?
I know what it feels like to have a natural and balanced relationship with food and what it takes to achieve it and I want the same for you.
Early in life I learned to be aware of eating the “right” foods and avoiding the “wrong” foods in order to lose weight. I was on a diet on/off and my mindset around food was unhealthy or negative.
When you are on a diet there are rules, restrictions and “forbidden” foods you have to stay away from if you want to lose weight.
Dieting works well for many in the short term but as soon as they return to their normal everyday life, they tend to crave and eat the “wrong” foods such as candy, cake, ice cream, bread or junk food and often in amounts that are bigger than they would normally eat.
Psychologically when something is forbidden or wrong, we actually crave it more and especially if we have learned early in life to avoid certain foods or food groups.
Studying psychology, I gained an understanding of how dieting early in life and negative thoughts about food maintain an unhealthy relationship with food. I also learned to enjoy food and be present while eating.
This knowledge was crucial and helped me change my relationship with food.
I have combined this knowledge and my experience in the online program so that more people can enjoy food without guilt and improve their overall well-being.
You deserve to have a healthy relationship with food, enjoy life and be happy.
Useful information about the online program:
If this is the program for you, you can access all the knowledge, tools and audios quickly and easily.
I look forward to helping you.
“I listened to Tine’s podcast episode about overeating and it felt like she was describing my entire life. We had an online clarity call and I felt seen, heard and safe in Tine’s presence. She really knows what she is talking about and she gave me space to open up and share my experiences with food. I did the online program with 8 sessions and I got the knowledge, tools and support to let go of my overeating. I would without a doubt recommend working with Tine at all times.”
“I have learned so much about my relationship with food and myself in the program with Tine. She helped me understand why I have used food as a strategy in my life and how I could change that. Without the knowledge from the program, I would probably still overeat today. I no longer overeat and I enjoy all kinds of food like normal people do. Tine really helped me and during the program I felt supported, guided and understood all the way. Thank you so much, Tine.”
“The online program as well as my sessions with Tine helped me change my relationship with food and let go of disturbed eating. Now I eat what I want, when I want and I don’t feel guilty, ashamed or beat myself up about eating something “wrong” anymore. It’s a huge relief and I never thought that I would ever get a natural relationship with food, before I did this program. I used to overeat every week and be really critical towards myself. The support I have received has been life-changing and I wish I had this knowledge many years ago.”
”Food should make us feel good – physically and mentally.”
If we eat too little or too much our health and quality of life can be affected. Many people use food as a coping strategy to deal with difficult emotions or distress in life and eating might feel like the only right solution in the moment. Unfortunately, it will never solve the underlying problem – the reason why you eat. When you get to the core of the problem and understand you why, you can change your relationship with food.