Most commonly found on your client’s fridge for easy reference. This 21 page guidebook makes sure everything you discuss with your clients is reinforced in a way that’s simple to understand and easy to follow.

Each page walks your clients through another of the 10 intuitive eating principles. Following each page full color page is a worksheet that supports your clients in practicing each principle. With this guidebook, you’ll have every counseling session around a different IE principle laid out for you, with resources that will reflect everything you discuss.

What You Get:

  • A handout reviewing the 10 principles of intuitive eating
  • 10 handouts reviewing a different intuitive eating principle in detail
  • 10 worksheets to support clients in putting these principles into practice

Below are page previews of guidebook content.

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  • Conversation starter

    I purchased this last week and have already used it with 4 clients. I like that it is broken into segments so I can present a little at a time. What a great conversation starter! Especially in regards to the messages (noise) on social media and self-acceptance. Thank you Shani!

  • Jennifer Raines-Felten, RD, CDE

    I love this guide it is super user friendly and pretty!

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