Are You Frustrated with Emotional Eating, Head Hunger, and Food Cravings?
Would You Like to Learn How to Deal
with Emotional Eating in a Way that Moves You
Forward in Your Life --
Instead of Feeling Stuck in a Vicious Cycle?
Join Katie Jay, MSW, for her powerful new seminar on June 9, 2012...
Emotional Dessert: How to Move from Emotional Eating to Emotional Living (and Create a Life that Feels Better than Food Tastes!)
Hilton Garden Inn; Fairfax, Virginia; 9:30 am to 4:30 pm; lunch provided
"My WLS friends asked me why it was worth spending [time and money] to be with Katie Jay. Now that I've done it, I can't imagine why someone wouldn't! This is by far the most valuable experience I've had in helping me get a handle on my eating. My whole outlook has changed. Katie has a depth of knowledge that is impressive, and her delivery is full of humor, compassion, and honesty. She really gets it!" -- Janet P., New York
Spend a day with Katie Jay and find out:
- What "Emotional Dessert" is and why it "tastes" so good
- What is the path to lasting success after WLS
- What causes WLS patients to struggle and exactly how people move forward despite their challenges
- How to tell the difference between Head Hunger and Real Hunger
- What causes emotional eating (you may be surprised!) and a step-by-step strategy to deal with it
- How to identify your feelings and needs -- and what to do with them!
- The role of addiction transfer and brain chemistry in emotional eating -- in simple, easy-to-understand terms
- The specific process that will lead you from emotional eating to emotional living -- which opens you up to fulfillment and joy
Please note: Because of the upfront costs associated with the seminars, we will be unable to provide a refund should you have to cancel. You may, however, transfer your registration to a future event, space permitting.
"Katie's sensitivity is remarkable, without being
sentimental. Her scientific grounding is impressive.
She has the magic triad of a calling, a passion,
and thorough knowledge of her subject matter.
I consider Katie to be among those rare, gifted
individuals who is not just a helper, but a healer."
J. Paul Shirley, MSW, Greenville, SC