You don’t lose weight and keep it off long term just by cutting calories and increasing your exercise. What’s the solution? You have to take control of your health and well being.
- Changing the sabotaging thinking that gets you off track:
For example: “I ate something I wasn’t supposed to. Oh, well, I might as well eat whatever I want for the rest of the day and start again tomorrow.”
- Solving practical problems:
Emotional eating, food pushers, special occasions, stress, feelings of deprivation, discouragement, lack of motivation, disappointment, and other hurdles can interfere with your weight loss efforts.
- Focusing on personal growth and development:
Building healthy habits such as setting and sticking to a meal plan and giving yourself credit for things you have accomplished are part of the Beck Institute Weight Management Program.
CBT for Weight Loss and Maintenance Workshop
Learn evidence-based strategies to facilitate changes to your clients’ thinking and behavior in order to make permanent lifestyle changes. Based on The Beck Diet Solution and The Diet Trap Solution, this workshop teaches a CBT method for weight loss and maintenance with the opportunity to practice skills.