Mood and Food workshop: part of the Friday Forum series
15 Feb 2007
An introduction to the link between our mood and the food we eat
Organised by The University of Manchester Counselling Service and SPORT and available to all staff at The University of Manchester.
Friday 23 February, 1pm-2.30pm
In the Wellbeing Room, Dover Street Building, Dover Street
- Can food really affect my mood?
- How does food affect mood?
- What's the psychological relationship?
- How do I find out if food is affecting my mood?
- What should I look for in my diet?
- Which foods affect which moods?
- Which foods do I need to eat in order to feel well?
- How can I go about changing my diet?
This workshop is an opportunity to gain information and advice about how food and nutrition can significantly affect your mental and emotional health. It explains which food can cause problems, which foods can help, why and how to change your diet for the better. Many people are seeking to take control of their emotional and psychological wellbeing using self-help. One self-help strategy is to make changes to what we eat, and there is a growing interest in how food and nutrition can affect emotional and mental health.
A fully qualified nutritionist will give a brief talk as well as providing information sheets and some brief individual advice.
In order to book a place on this workshop or for further information, please contact:
- The Counselling Service 0161 275 2864 or email@example.com
- Gail Heathcote-Milner 275-5985 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Places are limited to 20. The workshop may be repeated if it is over-subscribed