Freedom from Emotional Eating, Food & Weight Obsession

Training for Dietitians, Personal Trainers, Physicians, Therapists, Health Coaches

Do you know how to best help clients who struggle with Emotional Eating or Binge Eating Disorder?

I often get inquiries from very talented health care providers and allied health professionals who are quite frustrated. When working with emotional and binge eaters, they’re often not seeing the progress they hope to see.

They’ve learned that traditional behavior modification techniques, advice around healthier eating habits and a new commitment to exercise, typically fall short when a client uses food to dissociate.

Clients and practitioners feel disheartened. The client drops out of treatment prematurely.

When treatment does not address the underlying causes of emotional eating, and the client’s needs are not met, lasting change is out of reach. 

The doctors, therapists, dietitians, and personal trainers with whom I work, want to talk about strategy and skills needed to engage, retain, and better help people who are emotional overeaters and people with Binge Eating Disorder.

If you are reading this page, I’m guessing you already know this work is not for the faint-hearted or for those without specialized training in all that drives emotional eating disorders. Binge eating is often a disorder of impulse control and it’s about emotional dysregulation.

For many clients, their reliance on food is actually a well-practiced emotional habit; a deeply entrenched behavior addiction. Their behavior serves a purpose. It’s critical that that purpose be identified, understood without judgment, and replaced with healthier self-soothing and empowering habits.

Currently, I’m offering training and/or consultation on a select basis, to individual professionals and small treatment teams.

If interested in learning more, please send a message. I typically respond to inquiries within 24 hours, Monday through Friday.