See if you relate to any of the following situations:
- You are successful professionally or academically, but your preoccupation with food and/or your body takes up a lot of time and energy.
- You go out to a restaurant with friends but instead of enjoying your meal and their company, you are busy worrying and obsessing about your rules concerning food.
- You are seeing a therapist or dietician for food struggles, but health problems like digestive trouble, chronic pain, or anxiety/depression are slowing your progress.
- You have worked with a treatment program or therapist and have overcome many of your eating concerns, but you are worried about lingering physical and/or emotional health issues.
- You want to enjoy a variety of foods and the experience of eating, but digestive problems get in the way.
- Your digestion and metabolism seem to be changing the older you get, and you would like to support your body as it ages.
- Enough with the diets! Isn’t there a better way? You want a system of wellness that values overall health and fulfillment rather than restricting calories and watching the scale.
- You use food or exercise in an addictive way, and you wish you had healthier and more balanced ways to manage your stress.
- You are tired of fighting with your body and want to learn to appreciate and care for it instead.
- You are tired of living with strict rules when it comes to food and exercise. You want to leave behind counting calories and learn a more holistic way to care for your health.
- You know diets don’t work and want to work with a practitioner who embraces a weight-neutral approach.
If any of the above resonates for you, please also know these are the types of people who have benefited from this approach:
- College students
- Actors, writers, and artists
- Parents and caregivers
- Counselors and therapists
- Yoga, meditation, or tai chi practitioners
- Members of the LGBTQ community
If this method still sounds like a fit, I’ve noticed what I do works best with people who:
- are interested in natural healing
- are curious and like to learn new things
- like to participate in their own well-being
- are open to new experiences and ideas
- like to move their bodies
- understand change is a process
Sound like you? Great!
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If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to reach out. You can contact me here.