Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) can help clients reach weight-loss goals. In fact, it is the missing ingredient in most weight-loss programs.
When diets fail, it's often not the diet's fault, but rather our motivation, ability to implement behavior changes, or change our thinking when tempted. Cognitive therapy for weight loss will teach you how to think differently, in order to change your eating behavior. You can have the best diet, the best exercise regimen, and feel motivated, but unless you learn to change your thinking sustaining your healthy behaviors will be near impossible.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for weight loss aims at changing both behavior and thinking. CBT prepares clients with useful tasks and skills so that they know exactly what to do when dieting gets hard. Strategies you will learn include: how to talk back to sabotaging thoughts; how to motivate yourself continuously; how to deal with cravings or temptations to cheat; and how to deal with slip-ups without giving up. If you are struggling with making healthy lifestyle changes, consider how your thoughts and habits may be getting in your way. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for weight loss may be the missing link to help you overcome those barriers.
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