Corporate & Education
ID Health can support the health of your business. Empowering & educating individuals on how to manage their health leads to a healthier and happier working community.
ID Health has a number of work based nutrition related workshops & masterclasses:
- Mental Wellness & Resilience
- Nutrition & Exercise for Stress & Mental Health
- Nutrition Fundamentals
- Gut Health & The Gut-Brain Axis
- Exercise for Wellbeing
- Nutrition Facts from Fiction
- Should we be Sugar free?
ID Health offers Nutrition workshops across a variety of topics suitable for all ages.
Workshops can be tailored to your needs and wants, in addition to child ability, understanding and access to resources. At ID Health we understand the complexities of socioeconomic factors on health and lifestyle, and the importance of establishing healthy relationships with food & our bodies from an early age.
All of our work is delivered from a positive approach, encouraging an environment of curiosity and inclusion, to build awareness and foster healthy choices.
Please contact email@example.com to discuss the options that may be most suitable for your students.
Disordered Eating & Education
ID Health and GiveSpaceCIC have come together to create a series of workshops to support healthy food relationships & body image in Key Stages 3, 4 & 5.
The instances of disordered eating and eating disorders in young children have been increasing in prevalence in recent years . UK estimates show 37 new diagnoses of anorexia per 100,000 girls aged 10-19 years every year, with body concerns reported from age groups as young as 6 years old. Early intervention can be a powerful tool for management and communication in such a sensitive area.
The combined approach of Nutrition with Psychotherapy allows us to discuss the importance of healthy eating on a physical and psychological level. The workshops are interactive, combining practical nutrition elements and dramatherapy to educate on diet culture, body image and healthy eating in an accessible and entertaining way.
We can also offer workshops for parents and teachers in how to identify, approach and support disordered eating in young people.
To discuss what may be best for your students, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.