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Have Diabetes and Craving Change? Then This Workshop is for You!

September 3, 2019

If you are living with diabetes and want to change your relationship with food the Huron Perth Diabetes Program invites you to attend Craving Change™ a three part workshop that will be offered in Seaforth on October 10, 17 and 24.

The key concepts of the Craving Change™ approach will help you understand why it's hard to change your eating habits, identify personal triggers for problematic eating, learn how to respond to those triggers differently and maintain these changes.

This workshop is available at no cost to participants and will take place from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the Seaforth Community Hospital Conference Room on the three above mentioned dates. Those interested in participating are asked to register by October 3, 2019 by calling 519-272-8210 extension 2366 or by registering online.

It is important to note that this class will not cover what to eat, when to eat, or discuss diabetes medication.

About Craving Change™

Created by clinical psychologist Dr. Colleen Cannon and registered dietitian Wendy Shah, Craving Change™ is a structured licensed program that teaches allied health care professionals to incorporate cognitive – behavourial strategies into group and individual practice with patients who struggle with what they eat, when they eat and how much they eat.

For more information visit www.cravingchange.ca