WHAT IS IT LIKE TO HAVE A JOB WITH A PURPOSE?

Join the growing number of ARC Manager Trainees who are helping others gain peace with their food addiction.

ARC Manager Trainees receive training in the science of recovery from addiction to processed foods.

In this respect, they are unique among peer support recovery.

They understand the depth of the trauma suffered by people who have been given food addiction by the addiction scientists in the food industry.

They know the long process of retraining the billions of reward, stress, cognitive, and mirror neurons altered by processed foods.

They know how to explain why overeating is not your fault.

You will be amazed at how working with the science sets people free from self-blame and even self-loathing.

Holly

I became a member of the ARC first. After the relief I experienced by working the program, I realized that I would love to train to help others with food addiction. The training for me has been just as amazing and revolutionary as the membership experience. I have learned in more detail the science behind why this works when nothing else has. I have learned how to deal better with my own addictions and how to talk with others about theirs. I have learned better ways of handling relationships. I have increased confidence. The list goes on and on. There is a level of support in this program which I have not experienced in any other training. I know I will continue to succeed. I have found my lifetime career.

Heather

The ARC Manager Training has given me momentum in my own recovery. I am part of something that works, and has meaning, and purpose. The trainees I work with are kind, non competitive, and supportive. This has been a rewarding experience that I can confidently recommend.

Jane

My name is Jane and I am so glad you are considering becoming a ARC Manager. The number one reason to pursue this work is to support your recovery and as well as helping others from the misery of processed food addiction. We have a lot of fun, we support each other, and we are always looking for ways to improve. I hope you will join us!

Cory

My name is Cory and I'm part of the ARC Manager Training Program with Dr. Joan Ifland. I love all the benefits of working from home. I can control my environment, avoid office politics and the commute. I find it convenient and much less stressful to work from home. The ARC Manager Training has made a huge difference in my own recovery. As I prepare to help others with processed food addiction, the recovery education, skills, and training has strengthened my personal recovery. I love knowing the work I'm doing is helping others. I'm part of a community that's reaching out to help those who are seeking freedom from processed food addiction. That's something I'm proud to be a part of.

Pamela

"Who knew that being in the ARC manager training program would increase my recovery by leaps and bounds! Surrounded by other trainees that are the best co-workers I could ever imagine working with."

Lauren

ARC Manager Training has been the missing link in my success as a Keto Lifestyle Coach. Since joining the ARC Manager Training I have been able to incorporate my growing understanding of Food Addiction and my training in ARC management techniques to support myself and my Keto clients in our recovery from food addiction.

Brenda

I have never had a job training I couldn’t wait to attend. The knowledge is science based. I feel I have finally found my purpose after searching for so many years. This work is excellent for retirees or stay at home parents. We are improving others lives. This addiction robs us of an abundant life. I have lost years to this addiction, it caused me suffering and disease. Let it begin with me! Now that I know the truth I am not keeping silent. We need to get the word out to others; help stop the suffering of others. I am not giving one more dime of my money to those processed food manufacturers who have corrupted our food. We can break the chains of this addiction in our families, we can be an example. We participate in ARC exercises that help us overcome difficult situations without turning to the food! Consistent learning, Innovative ideas. There is so much need and this community is growing quickly. Come and be a part of this bright future!

Athene

I hesitated to join the training as I was not eating as clean as I thought I should be to start helping others. As I continued to train my food became cleaner and is now the cleanest it has ever been. I attribute this to learning the skill of self-compassion utilizing the techniques that we are being trained in and understanding the science to the ever burning question of “why?” With training sessions available at multiple times daily it is easy to fit the training into my life. Clarifications or answers are only ever a private messenger or Facebook post away. I am never made to feel embarrassed for not understanding. I have always sought jobs where I could make a difference. Training to be an ARC Manager checks all these boxes. I am learning how to teach people about the complexity of food addiction. I can stay home and I am committed to my own recovery. I can unequivocally say that going through the training has given me a solid foundation in my recovery. I look forward to teaching people how to free themselves from the clenches of food addiction and support them back to where they are meant to be.

Amora

I love the training for ARC Manager! Learning the science is fascinating, but you can take your time, it is not stressful. I'm so sure that I'm doing the right thing, because people need help out there, all over the world. We are inundated with poisonous addictive processed foods! This is the most meaningful job!

Cindy

My experience in the ARC has been very positive! It has allowed me hope and something to look forward to. Or My future is bright and learning the skills I have learned here in the ARC will allow me to conquer the ugly gremlin of addiction.

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Kat

When becoming an AMT was presented to me I was hesitant since I am more of an introvert. The AMT team has allowed me to take things slowly, just as I do my own recovery from processed food addiction. During the AMT process I have gained even more useful tools to fight against processed food addiction. I am learning: How to listen and talk to others. How to be compassionate toward others. How to build a compassionate loving team. How to answer appropriately and resolve problems easily. Confidence in myself. How to trust myself that I can succeed and continue to change my life. During all this training, my own recovery from processed food addiction is getting stronger every single day. I look forward to going forward with the next stage in my AMT so hopefully you will be able to catch me being a chat host soon.