26 August 2016
Here’s your chance to learn about lifestyle-friendly weight-management strategies.
Participate in this University run research study aimed at providing you with ongoing benefits to physical and mental health.
Do you experience difficulties in controlling your eating behaviour? Would you like to learn lifestyle-friendly weight-management strategies? If you’re over 18, and can travel to our Bundoora campus easily, this might be the kick-start you need to a healthier you!
Mindfulness Based Eating Awareness Training (MB-EAT) is a 12-session group program that runs for 2.5 hours for nine consecutive weeks, with the tenth session held a fortnight after, then two booster sessions each held a month apart. MB-EAT sessions will be run in the evening: typically 5.30pm-8.00pm. As part of this program, you will be required to complete questionnaires at multiple time-points. You will also be asked to participate in home-based practice of meditation.
The MB-EAT program will be conducted by Clinical Psychologist Dr Trish Melzer, and Provisional Psychologist Ruth Lonie, who is currently undertaking her Master of Clinical Psychology degree at our Bundoora campus.
Before taking part, you will be required to attend a 1.5-2 hour assessment to determine your eligibility.
To register your interest or for more information, email Ruth.Lonie@rmit.edu.au.
Research has Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) approval 19244.