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Do you struggle to lose weight?

More and more people struggle with their weight and obesity.  A continuous failure to lose weight can result in feeling fat, hopeless, struggling with poor self-esteem and a general feeling of deprivation as a result of constantly following strict diet plans.

Some people may find it easy to lose weight just by following a calorie-deficit diet and becoming more active. However, many people struggle to lose weight. We often associate eating with certain feelings, life events and experiences, making it hard to separate emotions from eating.  For some people, weight issues appear in adult life, but others have been struggling with their weight for most of their life.

Yo-yo dieting, weight gain and self-sabotage can negatively impact our self-worth, body image and our health. Have you tried every single diet that exists? Have you lost weight, and then gained it all back, making you feel helpless and frustrated? Do you feel ashamed about being overweight? If you are experiencing these feelings, then weight loss counselling is for you.

 

What is Weight Loss Counselling?

Weight loss counselling can help you change your eating behaviour by giving you the necessary practical tools and skills to learn how to eat intuitively and break old eating habits. Through weight loss counselling you can learn how to distinguish emotions from eating, and explore new ways to deal with feelings and day-to-day life situations. It will help you challenge your negative inner self-talk, and boost your confidence and self-esteem.

At WeightMatters we offer a supportive environment where our expert team of counsellors and psychotherapists can help you unravel food myths, build a healthy relationship with food and support you in following a balanced diet that fits with your lifestyle and needs.

*Disclaimer - Results may vary from person to person

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