Still Have Questions?
Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions.
An EEC is someone who will help you identify what causes your emotional eating and provide you with strategies to eliminate these emotional stresses.
There are many strategies, techniques, and tools a Wellness Advisor and Emotional Eating Coach utilize.
When I first work with clients, I like to sit and chat about roadblocks and triggers that lead them eat their comfort foods. After learning more about a client’s roadblocks and triggers, I work with them to design a roadmap that fits their lifestyle.
As I mentioned before there are many techniques that can be used to support a client, but sometimes only the symptom is being addressed and not the root cause.
This is why I created The Evolution of Wellbeing™ Program with you in mind. Throughout the 90-day program, we will address all the areas of your life that may lead you to feel angry, upset, or sad, and determine how they impact your health and wellness.
My background also lends additional expertise. I have a BA/MA in Psychology and I am a Certified Health and Wellness Coach/Advisor.
And you – are the expert in YOU. So together, we can be the “dynamic duo” who identifies what is causing your emotional eating and create a plan to implement new behaviors and habits that will easily fit into your lifestyle.
Everyone has different emotions and these differences affect people in various ways. Here are some types of emotional eaters:
- The stress eater: You eat due to stress and is the type of person who typically feels overwhelmed and under pressure.
- The bored eater: You have nothing to do but need an activity to keep you busy.
- The middle-of-the-night eater: You are in your kitchen in the middle of the night with the urge to eat.
- The anxious eater: You turn to food to help clam yourself when you feel worried, tense, fearful, or dreading something to come.
- The celebratory eater: You celebrate every happy occasion with food and take it too far.
- The “I deserve it” eater: You worked hard or you were “good all week” you deserve and earned the right to eat those comfort foods you love.