Our Certified Mind Body Eating Coaches understand that what you eat is only half of the story of good nutrition, and that life, emotions, and our personal world influence why and how we do food. It is one (of many) reasons why diets don’t work and will never work for you in the long haul.
It’s time to do things differently.
Our programs strategically use a combination of practical coaching techniques, results-oriented psychology, clinical nutrition, body-centered practices, mind body nutrition, and a positive and compassionate approach to address the root issues of your food and body challenges and eliminate your lifelong yo-yo dieting and weight cycling for good. No more counting, tracking, or restricting your favorite foods while you miss out on life.
That’s the Diet Freedom Difference!
Mind Body Nutrition:
An understanding how the psychophysiology of how your cravings, metabolism, binge eating, overeating, and weight are literally and scientifically impacted NOT by your lack of willpower, but by your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, stress, relaxation, pleasure, and nourishment. MBN teaches you how to listen, trust, and love your body again, and effectively addresses weight concerns, binge eating, overeating, body image challenges, and various nutrition related health concerns.
Dynamic Eating Psychology:
A powerful breakthrough approach that shows how your relationship with food has some amazing lessons to teach you and that by learning those life lessons, your eating challenges naturally will begin to heal and dissolve. It recognizes that our challenges with eating, weight, and health are intimately connected to other primary life dimensions – relationship, family, work, intimacy, life, stress, our search for meaning and fulfillment, and so much more.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy:
Helps you learn to identify and change destructive thought patterns that have a negative influence on behavior and emotions not just about food or your body, but any areas of your life.
Sleep, stress management, time management, boundaries, and other self-care strategies also impact how you do food and are addressed when applicable to help you build sustainable habits that last a lifetime.
The practice of being present and non-judgmental at your meal in order to honor hunger, fullness satisfaction, and other needs. A must-have for intuitive eating success.
A gentle, specific framework that (re)teaches you how to create a healthy relationship with your food, mind, and body–where you ultimately become the expert of your own body about why, when, what, how, and how much to eat.
Ensures you consume the nutrients necessary for your body to function, obtain good health, and reduce unwanted eating symptoms such as binge eating, overeating, and constant cravings.