Using a Nutritarian Diet Style & Mindfulness to Overcome Food Addictions and Emotional Eating
with Michael B. Mantz, MD, Board Certified Psychiatrist, Level II iREST practitioner
Dr. Michael Mantz will discuss using a mind-body approach toward the issues surrounding food addiction and emotional eating, explaining the basic structure of the Nutritarian diet style, and why it helps prevent overeating. He will then talk about the use of mindfulness interventions to help bring greater conscious awareness of maladaptive thought patterns, emotional avoidance, and maladaptive action patterns in order to help clients create a more healthy relationship towards food.
1. Understanding food addiction and emotional eating
2. Learning the basic guidelines of the Nutritarian Diet Style
3. The Use of Mindfulness in Food Addiction and Emotional Eating
Dr. Mantz graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and completed his residency in Psychiatry at the University of California at Irvine. He is a board-certified psychiatrist, who has worked with and received training from 3 time New York Times best-selling author and nutritional expert, Dr. Joel Fuhrman. Michael is currently a faculty member of the Nutritional Education Institute, has a Master’s degree in Herbalism, and is a Level II Practitioner of iREST-- a westernized form of meditative yoga traditionally called Yoga Nidra.
Michael is currently in private practice in Santa Barbara, using an integrative and progressive approach towards mental wellness for his clients. http://www.mindbodyintegrationandhealing.com/
- Attendees will earn 1.5 CEUs
- Attendees must register in advance in order to attend
- Your registration includes a delicious lunch buffet. Please contact the Events Director if you have special dietary needs at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Refunds can only be made if you cancel within one week of the event
- You are welcome to park in the University Club parking lot in unreserved spaces
This program is brought to you in collaboration with Antioch University Santa Barbara & Santa Barbara CAMFT