Have you ever found yourself sitting with a client and suddenly realizing that they need help navigating their emotions surrounding meals but you don’t have the resources to guide them?
As a clinician, it can be frustrating knowing that your client needs help coping with emotionally eating but you don’t have the tools at your fingertips.
This Emotional Eating Worksheet for Mindfulness At Meals worksheet provides a way to help walk your client through identifying distractions surrounding food, reflecting on past experiences with distracted eating and a plan to help with becoming mindful during meals in the future.
The worksheet contains the following:
- Reflection questions to help you and your client explore their past experience with mindless eating or dieting,
- Discussion questions
- An action plan for the future
Feel equipped to help your clients with navigating their emotions around eating and meals.
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