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Hybrid Half-Day Workshop #1 (Processed Food Addiction )

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National Institute of Peínamania ™

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Balmoral, QLD 4171

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Presented by Dr Karren-Lee Raymond ISAM CHI CSAM-SMCA ASAM. If on a mobile device, download the Zoom app. (free) prior to signing in.

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Karren-Lee Raymond; PhD, International public speaker, researcher, practitioner, and author continues to present Karren-Lee Addictionology® workshops (using the Zoom platform) based on her clinical experience, knowledge, understanding, and professional expertise in the addiction realm.

Dr Raymond continues to share her wisdom, knowledge and understanding of how to permanently keep the disease of processed food addiction in remission while continually learning how to face life on life’s terms without a substance.

Conference & Webinar Details

Please see the details below for the Conference & Webinar. We would love to see you there.

Dates :

Australia — 20 June 2021 (Sunday)

USA (Webinar) — 19 June 2021 (Saturday)

Times :

Australia

  • 8.30 am –12:00 pm

USA (Webinar)

  • 6.30 pm –10:00 pm

Locations :

Australia

  • National Institute of Peínamania ™, 87 Main Avenue, Balmoral, QLD 4171, Australia

USA

  • Streaming via Zoom - Zoom link will be sent to attendees prior to the event.

Topics :

  • Strong: Original – continuing to go to any lengths
  • Medium: Wobbly and tentative
  • Weak: Trying to implement one’s own rendition of what recovery should be now that I’ve been abstinent for …?

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For more information contact

​Email:

Kimw@addicitonology.com.au — Australia

KarenC@addictionology.com — USA

or alternatively

hello@addictionology.com.au

Telephone :

Australia 1300 95 25 35 ; + 61 421 758 177

USA +1 443 769 7759


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Organiser K-L (Dr Karren-Lee Raymond)

Organiser of Hybrid Half-Day Workshop #1 (Processed Food Addiction )

K-L’s research focuses on the concept of processed food addiction being a neurobiochemical condition of the brain, and the prevention and treatment being the same as treating other addictive diseases such as drug addiction and alcoholism.

Through treatment based on abstinence from the addictive substance processed food addicts can live happy and healthy lives.

 

 

Author

Book: Processed Food Addict: Is This Me?

Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0648436217

Publisher: KLWR Publications (21 November 2019)

Book URL:cutt.ly/is-this-me

 

 

Publications

Raymond, K-L., & Lovell, G. P.  (2015). Food addiction symptomology, impulsivity, mood, and body mass index in people with type two diabetes. Appetite, 95, 383-389, doi:10.1016/j.appet.2015.07.030

 

Raymond, K-L., & Lovell, G. P. (2016).  Food Addiction Associations with Psychological Distress among People with Type 2 Diabetes.  Journal of Diabetes and its Complications. 30, 651-656,  doi: 10.1016/j.jdiacomp.2016.01.020

 

Raymond, K-L., Kannis-Dymand, L., & Lovell, G. P. (2016). A graduated food addiction classification approach significantly differentiates obesity among people with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Health Psychology, 1-10, doi: 10.1177/1359105316672096 

 

Raymond, K-L., Kannis-Dymand, L., & Lovell, G. P. (2017).  A Graduated Food Addiction Classifications Approach Significantly Differentiates Depression, Anxiety and Stress among People with Type 2 Diabetes. Completed - currently in review - Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice. 132, 95-101 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.diabres.2017.07.028

 

Raymond, K-L., Kannis-Dymand, L., & Lovell, G. P. (2017).  Impulsivity, Processed Food Addiction Classifications and Type 2 Diabetes: Implementation of a Standardised Clinical Screening Battery, employing Mild, Moderate or Severe Severity Levels. Currently ready for submission (Research shared at ISAM 2017 UAE Abu Dhabi).

Cite as: Raymond, K-L., Lovell, G. P., Hsueh-Chih Lai, S. (2020). Alcoholism­­­– History Repeats: Processed Food Addiction, a 21st Century Phenomenon. K-L A Brisbane: NIP Educational Materials. https://addictionology.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Processed-Food-Addiction_A-21st-Century-Phenomenon_Paper_Vol-1Nattional-Institute-Of-Peinamania.pdf

Cite as: Raymond, K-L. (2020). The Disease of Processed Food Addiction: Treating the Cause not the Symptoms… Karren-Lee Addictionology®: Brisbane Australia. https://addictionology.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/the-disease-of-processed-food-addiction-treating-the-cause-not-the-symptoms-a-perspective.pdf

 

Karren-Lee Raymond.

PHD (ADDICT MED) ISAM CSAM-SMCA ASAM

Practice Director

+ 61 4 2175 8177    K-L@addictionology.com.au    addictionology.com.au 

Karren-Lee Addictionology® ABN 35 502 255 758

 

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