Coach and mentor for weight loss
Learn how to manage your eating behavior once and for all
Problem. Until 35 y.o., I struggled with excess weight and tried dozens of ways to lose weight.
Diets. After another diet, fasting, cleansing, herbalives, buckwheat, kefir, earrings, bracelets, band-aids, expensive pills, current pulses, lymph massages and intensive training, the weight went away for a while, and then returned in even greater quantities. There was a feeling that someone inside me was very indignant, upset and made up for what was lost, gaining a substantial reserve in case of a repetition of such tortures.
Hypothesis. Then I suggested, or maybe before implementing and changing behavioral habits, you need to do something with your head, thoughts and basic settings? After all, there are a lot of people around who can stop in time and not overeat.
I started looking for a mentor on food dependence who would put my "brains in place" or somehow persuade my "inner glutton" to stop eating too much.
Coach and mentor. Having learned from friends that there is a method that in a few sessions discourages smokers who have been smoking for 40 years nonstop, I thought — wouldn't this approach work with food? Yes, when working with food dependence, the algorithm is very similar.
Result. After of several consultations, the cult of food decreased, portions decreased, unhealthy snacks left, meals shifted from late evening to earlier. Of course, there was no goal to completely discourage the desire to eat, since a person cannot live without food. It was important to reduce the amount of food so that there was a daily calorie deficit.
Improving. Through the transformation and improvement of all spheres of life, there was an influx of new personality forces, psychological stability appeared, and as a result, there were forces to defeat and calm the "inner glutton", change healthy eating habits and consolidate them forever.
My practice and experience. After three years of therapy, I "dusted off" my honor diploma of a psychologist, completed an internship in an exclusive technique that helps get rid of food dependence, I took a course on addictions at Stanford. Now I am a certified "Realotherapist" and have been helping people to cope with the problem of excess weight for several years.
The longer you try to lose weight,
the heavier and bigger you become
What do clients get on my
weight loss program
Why is it important to deal with excess weight as early as possible?
My major is Master Degree
in Educational Psychology