If you’re alive on planet Earth, then you likely have an appetite. The problem is, many of us have a challenging relationship with food. And those challenges often lead us into confusion around our appetite. So if you’re the kind of person who finds yourself fighting appetite, wishing it would go away, or simply not quite getting how to manage it in a good way, then please tune in. Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating delivers simple and clear guidance around a deeper understanding of appetite that will leave you feeling uplifted and informed.
Weight loss often runs deeper than we think. Sometimes, carrying extra weight is connected to our need to feel strong, grounded and protected. And before we can ever lose that weight, we need to first find another way to feel safe. Tune in to this breakthrough session as Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating helps Kathryn discover that the road to weight loss is easier than she could have imagined, and watch as she “lightens up” in just one session.
Did you know that there’s a profound connection between food and intimacy? Would you believe that the more we tap into our truest desires, the more our eating struggles begin to drop away, and our relationship with food becomes a source of nourishment, empowerment and pleasure? In this inspirational episode, Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating delivers thoughtful insights that can move you to a whole new place with food, intimacy, and life.
Being young and pretty doesn’t guarantee instant happiness about food, body or life. In fact, it can make things much more difficult and painful. Many people believe that looking a certain way will absolutely make us feel confident and empowered. But for most of us, this is only an illusion. Tune in to this fascinating client session as Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating helps Graci discover the potent connection between her sexuality and her relationship with food, while she learns some great tools and insights to navigate her deeper desires.
Just about everybody knows about the importance of exercise. But there’s a hidden side to exercise, and it’s this: many people exercise, but they just don’t like it. It’s as if exercise is a punishment for eating, or having body fat, or not looking perfect. What’s more, a large number of people simply refuse to exercise for this very reason – it feels like punishment for a crime. Well, it’s time to turn this around. Tune in as Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating shares the best kept secret about about exercise that can completely change the way you experience movement forever.
Imagine dieting and disapproving of your body for a lifetime. From a young age, Debbie was told that she was a sweet girl, but if only she could lose some weight, then she’d be someone really special. But that day never came. A lifetime of dieting got her absolutely nowhere, and even when she reached her target weight, she still gained it right back. Tune in as Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating helps Debbie discover that the key to finding happiness is right at her fingertips.
Did you know that metabolism is much more than what we think it is, and that it goes far beyond how many calories we burn? Perhaps you’ve heard of “emotional metabolism”. It’s the kind of metabolism we don’t always pay attention to, but it may very well be as important to our health as the food we eat. So, what is emotional metabolism, why’s it important, and does it have a scientific basis? Simply put, the answers may surprise you. Tune in as Emily Rosen, Director of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating makes some fascinating connections between our emotional and nutritional health!
Just because we can have what others consider “a great body” doesn’t mean we’re exempt from a negative body image. Tune in to this emotionally charged live client session with Marc David, Founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating and discover how revealing a powerful family secret has finally allowed Coralie to find a way through her fear of food and weight gain, and to begin to once and for all make peace with her body.