Most people try some form of dieting at times in their lives when they feel unhealthy or unattractive. Often weight loss is seen for a while but invariably the weight creeps back on again. Counting calories, fat, sugar, protein or carbohydrates may help with weight loss in the short term but the best way to take full control of your weight in a healthy and sustainable way is to address your relationship with food and discover a more balanced approach.
Psychotherapy and hypnotherapy can help to address this relationship, exploring why you eat, what you eat and when you eat it. Then re-programming your relationship with food can start, changing how you feel about ‘good’ and ‘bad’ foods and your eating habits. This can promote a long term lifestyle change, helping you to keep the shape you want without feeling like you are sacrificing pleasure and enjoyment in food.
Book a session with me now to regain a lifelong healthy relationship with food.