Weight Loss Counselling
Emotional support for your weight issues, and practical tools for changing eating behaviour
Is Weight Loss Counselling For Me?
Weight loss, yo-yo dieting, weight gain and emotional eating are all stations on an emotional rollercoaster – once you get on it is very difficult to get off. This has a huge effect on our self-worth, body image and our health.
Have you been on every diet going? Have you lost weight, gained weight and feel full of self-loathing and doomed to a life of being overweight? Do you feel ashamed about being fat, or being called obese? Are you feeling hopeless, frustrated and helpless in being able to lose weight. Do you feel like a failure?
Over time our self-belief becomes eroded and we focus on our lifetime of weight loss failures, leaving little space in our head to focus on what we can do to change our situation. If this sounds like your story, then weight loss counselling is for you.
“I feel like I have struggled with my weight for my entire life, and I got to the point where I didn’t know if I could ever change it
Working with the Weightmatters Practice has helped me realise that my problems with weight had nothing to do with food.
With their support, I am finally losing weight, finding perspective and feeling better about myself. The best part is that this time, I know, my weight loss is permanent.”
Treatment for Weight Loss Counselling
We invite you to explore our services for Weight Loss Counselling
Let us guide you on the path to recovery
Psychological and nutritional support for weight loss
Reset your metabolism for weight loss
Get to the root cause of your weight issues
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