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Do I Have A Food Addiction?

Article posted in Psychology Today on 6 signs of food addiction and 8 steps to overcoming.

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MasterClass: Coaching the Addicted Brain

Food addiction is a hot topic in the mainstream press as well as in scientific literature. Dr. Pamela Peeke is an expert on this topic and has written a powerful book, The Hunger Fix, in order to empower clients, coaches, and physicians to not only better understand this addiction, but to better manage it....

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Webinar: Mental Health Literacy: What Coaches Need to Know with Shelley Carson, PhD

Client mental health issues can complicate coaching efforts and forestall positive behavioral change. This webinar, with guest presenter, Shelley Carson, PhD, guides us to better understand the boundaries of coaching and build awareness to the important red flags for when a referral to an outside specialist may be necessary.

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Podcast: Coaching the Addicted Brain with Pamela Peeke, MD, MPH, FACS

Hooked: Coaching Those Living an Addictive Lifestyle:"Hand Over the Chocolate and No One Gets Hurt!”  Learn about the latest research on the Neuroscience of Obsessions & Addictions and best practices for coaching by Dr.Pamela Peeke.  Pamela Peeke, MD MPH FACP is the author of The Hunger Fix, Assistant Clinical...

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2013 Conference Video: Reclaim the Brain, Coach for Healthy Rewards

This session presents new concepts of "coaching neurobiology" and epigenetics, integrated with coaching demonstrations and exercises.  Learn how to promote healing of organic changes in the reward center and prefrontal cortex, while helping clients shift from addictive cravings for unhealthy lifestyle fixes to lifelong health promotion.

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2013 Conference Video: Hooked, Hacked, and Hijacked: Coaching the Addicted Brain

Dr. Pamela Peeke's keynote presentation "Hooked, Hacked, and Hijacked: Coaching the Addicted Brain" from the 2013 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference

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Almost Alcoholic: Is My (or My Loved One's) Drinking a Problem?

The Almost Effect was developed at Harvard Medical School in collaboration with many experts from Harvard Medical School, Hazelden and other institutions.  This includes chapter one as preview....

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Almost Addicted: Is My (or My Loved One's) Drug Use a Problem?

The Almost Effect was developed at Harvard Medical School in collaboration with many experts from Harvard Medical School, Hazelden and other institutions.Do you think your pot smoking is hindering your relationships? Does it feel as if you're just a tad too dependent on the pills your doctor prescribed for pain?...

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Assessing motivational interviewing via co-active life coaching on selected smoking cessation outcomes

The objective of this study was to assess the impact of Motivational Interviewing (MI)-via-Co-Active Life Coaching (CALC) on: smoking behaviours, personal competency as well as changes in perceptions of identity, smoking, quitting and the intervention itself among young adults (aged 19–25 years) in Canada....

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Michael Pantelon

About Michael Pantalon PhD

Bio of Michael V. Pantalon PhD

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