COOKING FOR MENTAL HEALTH
High school Student program
In a science-based program I have developed we are looking at the link between our mental health and the lifestyle we live. In this program we discuss 5 areas in our lives which we have control over and which we can use to improve our mental well being. The program is targeted at high school children.
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Proudly a part of the Jamie Oliver facilitator team that visits children in schools and education centres around Australia teaching them about food and healthier options.
Jamie Oliver, “At its simplest the program teaches kids recipes that will help save their lives. It’s really fun, it’s dynamic, and it can be done with or without cooking equipment. We’ve designed it to help kids and parents, but also schools because it complements the Aussie curriculum.”
‘ It’s a really excellent program! I think you had a fantastic balance of information and activities. You manage the room really well and check for understanding regularly. In particular I really appreciated the way you were able to encourage the students to get involved without putting them on the spot or making them feel uncomfortable. Really good! ‘
Writer | Online Publication
I enjoy being a part of the online wellness movement Towards a Better You. I write regular articles about health, nutrition, wellness, stress and lifestyle.
Susan Stein | Nutritionist
Susan has a Bachelor degree in International Business and a Bachelor degree in Health Science, Nutritional Medicine. Her experiences ranges from International sales within the IT industry to interim manager in the European Centre for Macrobiotics. As a former Sales Manager, Susan knows how to motivate and engage people. Originally from the Netherlands, after her travels in Africa, she now resides in Australia with her husband and two daughters. Susan is the founder and creator of the ‘Ripple Effect of Food’ program for companies and organisations and the ‘Check it out -5’ program for high school students.
ANTA Accreditation | Qualified Practitioner
Being a member of ANTA means that the practitioner has completed an accredited degree and practices according to the guidelines of said organisation. The guidelines are set to ensure the public receives health care according to the highest standard, and protect their health and safety. These guidelines also insure that the practitioner promotes informed health care choices.