A practical weight loss
and maintenance program
CBT: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy,
nutrition, and exercise for weight loss.
If you have health, you probably will be happy, and if you have health and happiness, you have all the wealth you need, even if it is not all you want.
This program is designed for those that have tried all the diets and got nowhere or have seen only temporary weight loss and health benefits or those who already understand that lifestyle changes and a mindful approach to how we eat will provide lasting health changes and long-lasting well-being.
Most people have difficulty losing weight
and maintaining a healthy weight.
Which can affect their health, mood, self-esteem, and relationships. Subsequently, a large percentage of the population is overweight or obese making them at risk for various health difficulties. The extra weight leaves you too tired to tango, putting you at risk of heart attack, and stroke, diabetes, sleep apnea, lung problems among another disease.
The reality of enduring weight loss is multifaceted and involves learning a new set of life skills as dieting by itself does not work. When you come to us, we help you to get started where you are, focusing on relieving the anxiety, stress, and irritability that you might begin with, helping you to lose weight naturally.
We have a holistic solution to help you lose the weight and develop the tools you need to maintain a healthy lifestyle, supporting weight loss maintenance.
Learn to control your psychic energy.
By using cognitive behavioral techniques, identifying your beliefs, habits, internal conflicts and your difficulties with emotional eating.
Solve the “diet problem”
Learning to make healthy choices that will last you a lifetime.
Explore healthy nutritional choices, your emotional reactions around food, and with the support of your psychotherapist, learn to effect the necessary changes, to let go your addictive food choices.
Using exercise to balance your energy, at the same time that you work on creating an emotionally healthy relationship with food.