Women with a strong, self-critical voice inside their heads can struggle to love and accept themselves and have a balanced relationship with food. Here’s how to demote ‘The Witch’ from taking over!read more
Happiness is Not a Smaller Body– Happiness is Having Effective Tools and Resources to Have a Balanced Relationship with Food. Here’s How.
Many women believe that having a smaller body will make them happy, but from my own personal experience, I can tell you this is simply not true. Believing in this myth led me to gain back all the weight I lost before I discovered what I truly needed–strong internal tools and resources to manage my feelings around food.
I now teach women how to build these same internal resources for themselves so that they, too, can overcome their emotional eating issues for good!
Watch this video to hear how and why this is the ONLY way to find true happiness when it comes to food.read more
Everything you’ve been told is a lie!
Here’s a new approach to rewire your brain around food and lose weight for good.read more
Read on to discover the TRUE way to change!read more
I’m sorry to tell you that the more pressure we put on ourselves to lose weight–the more we gain!
Watch this video to learn how to stop this vicious cycle and begin your journey toward a more relaxed, peaceful relationship with food.read more
I used to believe that if I changed my external appearance, I’d automatically feel happier and the things in my life and myself that needed fixing, would be fixed. I was SO disappointed when I lost some weight and I didn’t feel that much better about myself and I still had the same problems!read more
Let’s be honest, who doesn’t want a magic pill to make our struggles with food and weight to disappear?
If quick fixes worked, they would have worked by now.
It’s time to address the real reasons for over-eating.
It’s time to go deeper.
No more quick fixes and bandaid approaches.
Find out why searching for the quick fix to weight loss is a waste of energy and where to focus that energy instead!read more
It’s not about a lack of willpower or because we love food too much. There is often something deeper at play which prevents us from losing weight and feeling like nothing is ever going to work.
I know it all feels too hard.
I know what’s it’s like to want to give up.
I know how it feels to want it all to all go away and fix itself.
Watch this video to find out what needs to be addressed in order to start having a more balanced relationship with food.read more
We tell ourselves that we just LOVE food, but until we understand the deeper reason behind why we overeat, we will continue to gain weight and have an unbalanced relationship with food.
But the way to change is different to what you think
What you’ve done in the past hasn’t worked.
What you’re doing now, isn’t working.
It never will.
To change and heal, you need to identify why you are eating.
Stop focussing on what you are eating.
There’s a deeper reason that’s sending you to the food.
You’re not greedy.
You don’t lack willpower.
You don’t love food too much to say no.
There are four common personas that can take us off track with food: the Rebel, the Perfectionist, the Victim, and the Minimizer.
Find out which one you are!
Sometimes women hold on to excess weight because it makes them feel safe. Could this be you?
This block is complex.
On the surface we tell ourselves we want to be in a smaller body, because that would make us happy right? But at a subconscious level, we want to hang onto the weight because it is protecting us from something.
We need to dig deep for this one and see what’s REALLY holding you back and keeping the weight on?
I call this block Weight as Protection, and it’s one of the six key blocks and barriers I’ve identified that stop women from having a peaceful, confident relationship with food.read more
I used to be out of control around food on the weekends and then promising myself I’d be good again come Monday morning.
I would move back and forth between being in control around food (counting, restricting, depriving, obsessing) to full blown sabotage and being out of control.
I could never get on top of my relationship with food or my weight.
I didn’t realise at the time that it was all driven by fear and anxiety.
You don’t need to get caught in this destructive way of thinking that food is either good or bad or you’ll never have a balanced relationship with food.
I call it All or Nothing Thinking, and it’s one of the six key blocks and barriers I’ve identified that stop women from losing weight!read more
Many women overeat because deep down they feel that they are not good enough and they don’t deserve to be successful. Could this be you?read more
I used to think I was just too greedy or lacked willpower and self-control. As I specialised in the area of emotional eating, sabotage and weight as a psychologist, it has become so clear to me that there are six key blocks holding women back with their relationship with food and their weight.read more
The more control we exert on food, the more it does the exact OPPOSITE of what we want to achieve! Our need to have control over food is neither what we are truly seeking, nor even the solution to what we’re trying to achieve–it makes everything WORSE, in fact! What we are truly craving is balance, confidence, and PEACE around food, right?read more
Imagine if you knew how to relax and give yourself healthier ‘me time’ WITHOUT food.read more
Are you grabbing the chocolate, the chips, the ice cream or the cheese because you feel like you just love the food too much? I want to share with you the real reasons as to why you're grabbing these foods and emotional eating. So with many women, when I first start...read more
I want to share with you why trying to gain more control over food should not be your end game.So here's the thing about control.It really lures us in, right?We all want to feel that feeling of feeling in control around food.Now, the issue with this is that we only...read more