The first step to cultivating peace with your food and body is at your fingertips.
You'll Meet Sam - she feels totally out of control with food.
In this module, you see societies role in yo yo dieting and emotional eating.
You'll also discover how it's not about your willpower!
In this module, you'll learn what emotional eating actually is, the cycle of emotional eating (that you can practically set your clock to!), why people eat outside of physical hunger, and so much more!
In this module, you'll dive deep into your emotions and how your unmet needs have been contributing to your struggles.
The lessons in this module alone will provide a massive amount of clarity!
In this module, we're pulling it all together with tools and resources that will help guide you to create a tailor-made strategy system to manage triggers and "get a handle on" emotional eating.
Learn anywhere in the world, any time that's fits into your schedule from the comfort of your home.
SET THE PACE:
With online learning, you have the advantage of pressing pause to process and assimilate the new learnings. You get to decide what pace works best for you.
TEST IT OUT:
Start implementing proven strategies into your life and experience the results for yourself.
START NOW AND SAVE:
My client roster is full. This course means you have the opportunity to get support NOW and at a fraction of the investment of private consultations.ENROLL TODAY
Here are 2 questions to ask your insurance provider:
Please note: It is best to check with your insurance provider and plan for your exact coverage details.
Unfortunately, our services are not covered by OHIP.
Because of the digital nature of the product, the online programs are non-refundable.
The good news:
You will gain a deep and clear understanding of WHY you struggle with food, eating, and weight and what your relationship with food is all about. You will also develop life-long skills to take control of your eating habits and ultimately your weight. Our clients find that participating in psychotherapy results in very positive changes that were not expected or intended at the outset and find true freedom and peace with food (yes, this is totally possible!).
The bad news:
Therapy for Emotional Eating involves a degree of emotional risk. This type of work requires you to dig deep and to feel discomfort. Yuck, right? In the psychotherapy process, it is common to feel worse before you begin to feel better. Let’s compare to physical pain: if you fall and scrape your knee, you have no choice but to experience hours of a burning sensation and itchiness before your wound can heal…and therapy can be the same. It is hard work to process emotional pains and wounds that underlie emotional eating. But the rewards are like none other: you can free yourself from your obsessions around food, eating, body, and weight. You can heal your relationship with food and find peace.