Take charge of your eating habits and stop emotional eating!

The Mindful Eating Summit 2.0

November 2nd - 6th, 2015

Mindful Eating Summit Apple

THE Online Event of 2015 hosted by

Dr. Susan Albers, Psy.D.,

Clinical psychologist, author of EatQ and Eating Mindfully

Some benefits of joining this online event...

  • Listen to 20+ world-renowned experts on the habits and emotions that shape the way we eat
  • Learn tools, strategies and techniques you can apply right now to eat healthier
  • Discover the cutting edge science that is shaping the world of nutrition and how you can apply it right now
  • It's 100% free to register and attend, and if you sign up now you will receive the free bonus shown below!

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What Others Are Saying About The Mindful Eating Summit

Beautifully structured daily pages of actionable, brief practices with Susan book-ending a series of interviews with genuine experts. The experts had a variety of backgrounds and perspectives, the biggest difference being whether they focused on the extent to which actual food (and allergies, etc.) affect emotional eating or if instead their main focus was on habits, patterns, and coping mechanisms. Either way, the compassion displayed by all the speakers was humbling and empowering.

Dr. Albers has accomplished so much in bringing Mindful Eating to the attention of many.  She is great at offering multiple ways of illustrating concepts that can be so hard to grasp.  It is not a simple subject, it is hard for many to identify where their individual issues lie and even harder to make changes.  Dr. Albers' approach is always supportive and positive.

Dr. Albers, thank you for the opportunity to hear and learn from all of these great guest speakers! I really appreciate the time and effort you put into the Mindful Eating Summit. It was fantastic! This is definitely a topic of timely importance! Our healthcare system is in crisis, there is a lot of misinformation out there, so having you put together this informative material was fabulous! I look forward  to your next one!

Free Online Event: November 2 - 6, 2015

Join Emotional Eating Expert and author Dr. Susan Albers as she interviews 20+ world-renowned experts on the habits and emotions that shape the way we eat. Learn techniques, strategies and tools that you can apply right away to take charge and stop emotional eating!


Dr. Susan Albers - Host of the Mindful Eating Summit

Dr. Susan Albers, Psy.D.,

Host of the Mindful Eating Summit, Author of Eating Mindfully & Eat.Q.
Inspiration for the Mindful Eating Summit & The Role Of Eat.Q. In Your Relationship With Food

Dr. Brian Wansink - Contributor - Mindful Eating Summit

Dr. Brian Wansink

Director of Cornell Food & Brand Lab and best-selling author of Mindless Eating: Why We Eat More Than We Think.

Evelyn Tribole - Contributor - Mindful Eating Summit

Evelyn Tribole

Award-winning registered dietitian an author the best-selling books Healthy Homestyle Cooking and Intuitive Eating (co-author).


The speakers listed below will be available to listen to between 9am EST on the day to 8:59am EST the next day (EST is USA/New York Eastern Daylight Time)

(e.g. the Monday speakers will be up from 9am EST on Monday until 8:59am on Tuesday)

Click here to find your times

Theme: Mindful Eating Tips
  1. Dr. Susan Albers - Welcome & Take the Mindful Eating Pledge
  2. Dr. Wansink - 5 Places You Eat that Encourage Mindless Eating & How to Change it!
  3. Dr. Painter - Learn about "Sensual Nutrition"
  4. Trudy Scott - The Amazing Amino Acids for Eliminating Anxiety and Emotional Eating
  5. Dr. Dow - Supertasters & Mindful Eating
Theme: Mindful Eating Tips
  1. Dr. Katz - Disease Proof Your Life
  2. Dr. Elisha Goldstein - The STOP Mindfulness Method
  3. Cynthia Sass - The S.A.S.S Method
  4. Margaret Floyd - How Eating Naked Makes You Eat More Mindfully
  5. Connie Bennet - Crazy Cravings & Sugar Shock
  6. Elisa Zied - Eat to Be "Younger Next Week"
Theme: Pioneers of Mindful Eating
  1. Dr. Susan Albers - What is Mindful Eating & The Benefits to You
  2. Evelyn Tribole - Intuitive Eating & Mindfulness
  3. Dr. Jean L. Kristeller - Teaching People Mindful Eating & Mindful Eating Research
  4. Dr. Lilian Cheung - The Seven Practices of Mindful Eating
  5. Megrette Fletcher - Mindful Eating & Diabetes
  6. Dr. Daniel Siegel - Mindsight & the Awareness Wheel
Theme: Mindful Eating Tips
  1. Dr. Alan Christianson - Adrenal Fatigue & Adrenal Health
  2. Victoria Shanta Retelny - Cooking Mindfully
  3. Dr. Nina Savelle-Rocklin - Disordered Eating
  4. Joe Tatta - Emotional Eating & Pain
Theme: Tips for Disordered eating & Eating Disorders
  1. Mary Dye from Oliver Pyatt Center - Mindful Eating, Perfectionism & Eating Disorders
  2. Marsha Hudnell - Helping Women to Overcome Binge Eating
  3. Sophie Roberts - Mindful Eating in Groups
  4. Dr. Jennifer Sygo - Mindful Eating & Athletes

* this schedule is subject to change without notice.

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About Your Host - Dr. Susan Albers

Susan Albers, Psy.D., is a psychologist at the Cleveland Clinic who specializes in eating issues, weight loss, body image concerns and mindfulness. After obtaining a masters and doctorate degree from the University of Denver, Dr. Albers completed an APA internship at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana and a post-doctoral fellowship at Stanford University in California. Dr. Albers conducts mindful eating workshops across the country.

Dr. Albers is the author of six mindful eating books including: EatQ, 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food, Eating Mindfully, Eat, Drink, and Be Mindful and Mindful Eating 101. Her work has been featured in O, the Oprah Magazine, Family Circle, Shape, Prevention Magazine, Self, Health, Fitness Magazine, Vanity Fair, Natural Health, the Wall Street Journal and was on Dr. Oz. Susan is a contributor to the Huffington Post and Psychology Today. www.eatingmindfully.com