Houston Counseling Practice Offers Therapy Program for Compulsive Eating, Emotional Eating, and Binge Eating

Eddins Counseling Group offers a therapy program called, “Make Peace With Food" that helps individuals in Houston who struggle with emotional eating, compulsive eating, or binge eating. A new12-week program begins on March 17, 2015 with additional offerings in the fall and spring.

Individuals in Houston who struggle with emotional eating, compulsive eating, or binge eating now have a resource for help. Eddins Counseling Group offers a therapy program called, “Make Peace With Food.” The 12-week program begins on March 17, 2015, and provides a structured approach to help individuals overcome emotional overeating from the inside out. The program will be offered again in the fall and spring, and an interactive, online version of the program will be launched soon.


For more information visit: http://eddinscounseling.com/groups-workshops/make-peace-with-food-group-program/


Millions of people suffer from and wonder how to stop emotional eating. The 12-week program helps people create a compassionate relationship with food, body and self. Through the program, participants learn to identify triggers and factors that can contribute to compulsive eating, both physical and emotional. The program aids members in understanding what causes emotional eating and teaches critical skills to heal an unhealthy relationship with food. It provides a long-term approach that focuses on behavioral and emotional change. The group therapy environment and process allows participants to benefit from the support and connection with others in similar situations. Together, with the help of a qualified therapist, group members learn how to heal emotional eating, binge eating, and compulsive overeating in a safe and compassionate place.


When asked about the Make Peace With Food program, Rachel Eddins said, “The struggle with food and weight can be a serious struggle. It’s much more than just calories in, calories out, or willpower. People can feel out of control with food or find themselves obsessing about food or their bodies. We know it doesn’t have to be this way. It is possible to transform your relationship with food. We developed the Make Peace with Food program to help people learn skills to heal their relationship with food from the inside out. The program helps clients address imbalances in mind, body and emotions that can contribute to emotional overeating. Through the program, women can begin a healthy, balanced relationship with food.”


Those interested in learning more about working with the therapists at Eddins Counseling Group to get group or individual therapy for overeating, help for binge eating, treatment for binge eating disorder, or therapy for compulsive eating can do so on the Eddins Counseling Group’s website at: http://eddinscounseling.com/groups-workshops/make-peace-with-food-group-program/


For more information about Eddins Counseling Group please visit: http://eddinscounseling.com


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