Are you ready to transform your relationship with food in a lasting and meaningful way? What if you could help others find the path to greater freedom and joy with food as well?
A 25-Year Old Works with Weight & Womanhood
In this episode, Marc David, teacher and eating psychology pioneer, works with Tess, a 25-year-old woman from New Zealand. Tess often finds herself compulsively eating, and seeks to transform this pattern, lose weight, and feel more confident. Additionally, Tess wants to be a mother and believes losing weight is key to a healthy pregnancy. Tune in to listen as Marc helps Tess begin a new chapter in her relationship with food and body.
Many eating challenges, such as compulsive eating, are rooted in negative psychology.
Transforming compulsive eating is multidimensional and unique to each person — there truly isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” approach.
Compulsive eating, like other eating challenges, can create euphoria in the body. Recognizing this, we can begin to look for other ways to relieve stress.
Learning to love oneself into a better relationship with food means, in part, loving ourselves through our perceived eating “mistakes.”
Many of us benefit from the mantra, “I’m not a disappointment. I’m a success.” Train yourself to believe it.
With his dual training in clinical nutrition and psychology, Marc David has spent the last 40 years helping people around the world heal their relationship with food. As the founder of the Institute for the Psychology of Eating, he reaches millions each year through his books, speaking engagements, celebrated podcast series, and his internationally-acclaimed Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training.
Interested in becoming a certified coach in eating psychology? Then tune in to hear Marc talk about our Mind Body Eating Coach Certification Training, and download a copy of our School Catalog: https://psychologyofeating.com/info-kit/
Learn our powerful, cutting-edge approach, and discover how you can create a unique career helping others find peace and freedom with food.
And for more information about The Institute for the Psychology of Eating, please visit us at www.psychologyofeating.com.