In a society saturated with diet pills, monthly gym membership specials, calorie-tracking apps, and hundreds of foods measured in “points,” the mental component of the weight loss journey often gets overlooked. For many who struggle to lose weight and to keep it off, therapy can be an important part of developing a healthier lifestyle. In many cases, therapy is as essential as diet and exercise for those hoping to shed unwanted pounds.
Permanently Changing Your Lifestyle
At the end of the day, weight loss is about much more than just food. With very few exceptions, people hoping to reduce their weight permanently must make a host of lifestyle changes that must be kept up over time. While many people often find short-term weight loss motivation at the start of a new year or for a social event, deciding to stick with a new way of life requires more than sporadic trips to the gym or sacrificing dessert. Embarking on their weight loss journeys alone, many are quickly discouraged, burnt out, and unsure how to proceed. Therapy can be an extremely effective guide when the going gets difficult. Counseling sessions help support weight loss in a variety of the following ways:
As you set out on your weight loss journey, do not underestimate the impact therapy can have on your progress. Utilizing the help of a trusted therapist may be the difference between short-term success and decades of healthier living.
Kind Words from Clients
"The beginning of this year was the hardest time I've faced thus far. I never knew how strong or crippling depression could be. Now as the year ends, I can says it's been one of the best years of my life; and that would not have been possible without you."
“I want to let you know how much I appreciate all you have done to help me and my family. You believed in me, and I was able to get past a really tough part of my life.”
"I truly believe you are a chosen person for God. Your compassion, strength, love, and support are beyond this world. Looking back on our time together, I know He has used you to be a light for me. And I couldn't be more grateful."
"I really want to thank you so much for all you have done for us. Words seem insufficient but just know we are all better people because of you!"
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