The Hunger-Fullness Scale can be a useful tool when counseling clients or patients using a weight-neutral, nondiet approach. It offers a tool to assist in “scaling” one’s hunger and promoting awareness around hunger and fullness cues, satiety, and the recognition of appetite signals. It can serve as a guide for mindfulness and connection before, during, and after eating, as well as avoiding extremes in hunger and fullness.
This three-pack includes a PDF of the following:
- The original Hunger-Fullness Scale, as adapted from the “Intuitive Eating Workbook”
- A correlating scale using emoji graphics
- A correlating scale using traffic signs and stoplights (Red, Yellow, Green)
These updated versions can be appropriate for family counseling, clients with lower literacy or reading ability, visual impairments, intellectual- and developmental disability (IDD), or speakers of English as a secondary language. The correlation to the scale of 0-10 with descriptions will aid you as a counselor/facilitator to promote body awareness and connection to hunger-fullness cues, or guide family members or caregivers to assist your clients and patients.
This document is to be used as a tool in nutrition counseling or family/group counseling settings. It is not intended to replace 1:1 care of the treatment of an eating disorder, disordered eating, other types of medical nutrition therapy (MNT). The author is not responsible for errors, omissions, or individual use. All materials are protected under copyright and are only intended for use by the sole individual or entity who purchased the materials in this listing.
License: You may not share, sell, or distribute these files to others. Printed files are permitted for use with clients in individual or group sessions only.
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