If you have medical concerns that make your eating and weight struggles even more challenging, we can help. Beyond our expertise in binge eating and emotional eating, we can help those with Type 2 Diabetes, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), Insulin Resistance, Metabolic Syndrome, and feelings of food addiction. Our healthy weight and well-being program can help you prevent or manage these and other special health issues.


Type 2 Diabetes / Insulin Resistance / Prediabetes / Metabolic Syndrome

“Diabetes is as much an emotional disease as it is metabolic. Successful treatment entails working with the total array of health behaviors.” ~ American Diabetes Association

You’ve heard your physicians recommend a healthy diet plan, weight loss and exercise to better manage your diabetes. But we know that what to do isn’t the problem for women with diabetes: it’s how to put it all together. Read More

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)
After a long struggle with skipped periods, weight gain, hair growing where you don’t want it, and falling out where you do want it, you’ve finally been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). We can offer guidance as  you’re suddenly hearing phrases like ‘greater risk for diabetes,’ ‘increased androgen levels,’ and ‘cardiovascular events’. Read More

Gastric Bypass and Lapband Surgery
Whether you’re planning to have surgery or have already undergone weight loss surgery, making a substantial change in your thinking and behavior is vitally important for success. We will help you design a plan to ensure a long-term optimal outcome. Read More

Binge Eating
You feel out of control, defeated, depressed, ashamed. Just the thought of being around certain foods can make you anxious, and you often have trouble focusing on what matters most to you. It’s not your fault. And you’re not alone. Binge eating is the most common eating disorder. Read More

Food Addiction
Can you eat just one cookie? Does the thought of ice cream start you craving it? Do you feel you just can’t stop when you start eating sweets or salty snacks? Do you find yourself wishing that you could find a way to stick to a healthy eating plan? Many of us react to certain types of foods with addictive-type behaviors. Read More

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