Lifestyle Coaching

In lifestyle coaching, participants are led through a process of exploring their current overeating patterns, which includes homework such as writing down everything they eat during one day. Once they develop a sense of where their life is out of balance, they are taught how to practice new skills in their lives that will begin to address the problems which cause their overeating.

Lifestyle coaching is more action-oriented than body-centered psychotherapy. The focus in coaching is on changing present-day patterns, rather than understanding and resolving childhood issues. Lifestyle coaching can be conducted in person or over the phone. Participants usually sign up and pay for sessions in groups of four, to assure some continuity in working on their issues.

Mindful Eating groups and workshops
Lifestyle Coaching
Body-Centered Therapy