- Find yourself obsessing over every bite you take?
- Feel out of control around food?
- Maybe even consider yourself a food addict?
- One cookie and there goes your whole day, right?
And, for the cherry on top, if you’re anything like 95% of everyone else on a diet, you’re a chronic emotional eater and binge-eater, yes?
I get it, friend, I’ve been there. It’s exhausting, all consuming, and feels so isolating.
I know you long for consistency, but just can’t seem to stay on track, and wish food didn’t take so much of your time and energy.
Dieting and food rules erode trust in your body by using external rules to determine what, when, why, and how much you eat; setting the stage for the binge, shame, restrict cycle.
Pair that with the endless flood of food and nutrition fads and you feel completely overwhelmed and confused.
It doesn’t have to be this way
You can reclaim your sanity and take back control. Because eating should be easy, and stepping on the scale shouldn’t steal your joy.
You can make peace with food, put an end to the obsessing, and stop fighting your body.
Discover what it feels like to eat food that actually satisfies you, instead of force feeding yourself salads, while learning how to move your body in ways that feel good and are enjoyable (read: if you hate running, don’t run).
Shift your mindset from viewing food from a perspective of restriction and guilt, to one of nourishment and enjoyment, as you cultivate a sense of confidence and trust in your amazingly brilliant body.
You are not alone in this
Together, we are going to explore your eating behaviors, expectations, and beliefs in order to get to the root of your struggle, so that you can take back control of your life.
My clients tell me things like,
- “I feel happier”
- “This is liberating”
- “Food doesn’t control me anymore”
- “I stopped bingeing”
- “I don’t feel like a food addict anymore”
- “I’m more in control and confident about my food choices”
- “I no longer obsess over what I ate”
Here’s the catch…
It takes patience, compassion, and a radical change in thinking, because old ways don’t open new doors. Just as you wouldn’t expect to go to therapy once to work through years of anxiety, when it comes to healing your relationship with food it’s no different.
There are no quick fixes. This is a journey, and I’m going to teach you how to achieve the peace of mind that you want. And I promise you, it’s worth the time and effort; it has certainly transformed my own life.
Throughout this journey, I’m by your side providing you consistent, nonjudgmental guidance and support all along the way. I pride myself on making myself available to my clients everyday, which is why in addition to our time together I offer text, email, and phone support in between sessions.