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  • The Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) course is an 18-session, whole-person health program that will help you make long-lasting lifestyle changes. You'll learn how to integrate optimal nutrition, exercise, and stress reduction tools into your life.

    Please attend an information session to learn more prior to registering for a course.

    The CHIP course includes:

    • Lab screenings
    • Biometric measures
    • Textbook
    • Workbook
    • Cookbook
    • Exercise book
    • Group discussion and peer support


    Class dates are: 

    • September 15-November 12, 2020, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-6:30 p.m.
    • October 12-December 9, 2020, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 12-12:30 p.m.

    Classes will be held twice a week for nine weeks.


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      Monday, Oct 12, 2020 12 p.m.-12:30 p.m.
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      Varies (see below), Registration Required
  • Explore various kinds of loss we all face, including the diagnosis of serious illness, dementia in a loved one, moving somewhere unfamiliar, divorce, and the death of loved ones. 

    Using her professional experience and the work of grief expert Alan Wolfelt, PhD, Carrie Panzer, LCSW will discuss the most common physical side effects of grief following a major loss and offer strategies for self-care and healing.


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      Tuesday, Sep 22, 2020 5 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
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      Free, Registration Required
  • Attend an information session to learn more about the Complete Health Improvement Program (CHIP) and ask questions—without any obligation to participate. Through this interactive session that features video and discussion, you'll get a comprehensive overview of the course, including how it can help reduce or prevent diseases and health issues—some that you may have or be at risk for.

    Attending an information session is required before registering for the CHIP course. You may register for an upcoming course at an information session.

    CHIP takes a "whole health" approach, with topics that include:

    • The common denominator of chronic disease
    • Optimal lifestyle
    • Eat more, weigh less
    • Fiber, your new best friend
    • Disarming diabetes
    • The heart of the matter—heart healthy
    • Taking the pressure down
    • Your DNA is not your destiny
    • Stress relieving strategies
    • From surviving to thriving

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      Wednesday, Sep 23, 2020 12 p.m.-12:30 p.m.
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      Free, Registration Required
  • Idaho had the fifth-highest suicide rate in the nation in 2017 and those numbers aren’t decreasing. 

    St. Luke’s Behavioral Health presents a webinar by licensed psychologist Christopher A. Edwards, Ph.D., in which we will learn about national and local statistics, be introduced to new ways of talking about suicide, learn who’s at risk and identify signs to watch for. 

    Most importantly you will learn what you can do to help someone experiencing thoughts of suicide.

    This is an information session only.

    Education will be provided and there will be time for some questions from the audience. This webinar doesn't provide treatment or specific treatment recommendations for any individuals. If you are in need of treatment, please contact your primary care provider or behavioral health care provider.

    If you are in need of immediate support, call or text the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline: (208) 398-4357.


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      Thursday, Sep 24, 2020 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
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      Free, Registration Required
  • In this class, you will learn to understand the difference between emotional eating and physical hunger, how emotional eating develops, how to identify your triggers for emotional eating, and strategies to change unhelpful eating patterns. This class is taught by psychologist Kyle Davis.

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      Thursday, Oct 01, 2020 9 a.m.-10 a.m.
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      $10.00, Registration Required
  • With safety in mind, we are committed to providing you with opportunities that expand your knowledge and inspire you to be your best self, before and after surgery. That’s why we’re developing Bariatric Healthy Living Classes. 

    The goal of these classes is to equip and encourage you as you strive to lead a healthier life. These sessions will include many different facets of nutrition as well as lifestyle factors like stress, sleep, community, and other elements of daily life. We know these all have a considerable impact on your health and can help you build habits that will last a lifetime.

    Covered Topics

    Label Reading 101: Understand the ins and outs of label reading to make better buying choices.

    • October 6 and November 3

    Meal Planning: Building your bariatric plate.

    • October 13 and November 10

    Virtual Grocery Store Tour: Learn some strategies for navigating the grocery store and avoiding common shopping pitfalls.

    • October 20 and November 17

    Mindful/Intuitive Eating: Reflect on your relationship with food and learn how to listen to your body when you eat.

    • October 27 and November 24

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      Tuesday, Oct 06, 2020 11:30 a.m.-12 p.m.
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      Free, Registration Required