EATING LESS ONLINE
Webinar Series with Gillian Riley
SIX SUNDAYS starting on APRIL 23, 2017 at 18.00 GMT
Six live, interactive Sessions guiding you through the theory and techniques, step by step.
Each Session lasts about 90 minutes; presentations are followed by discussion.
Contributions from those who have previously attended the seminars.
Simple and practical steps to make this real in your life; assignments each week.
Recordings of every Session so you can watch – and watch again – whenever it’s convenient for you.
Hand-outs to cover material in each Session; recordings and materials to keep.
Private Facebook Group open to everyone on this Webinar Series – with regular input from Gillian.
Opportunity to join continuing follow-up Webinars.
Complete anonymity if you want it.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Discover the most effective and empowering way to motivate yourself.
- Avoid the most common mistake that leads to failure over the long term.
- Develop a stronger sense of worth and confidence – within your relationship to food, rather than having this dependent on your size.
- Identify your own sense of choice, and the impact it has on your relationship with food.
- The denial of choice can be very effective – temporarily!
- Eliminate obsession with food, and feeling overwhelmed by cravings.
- Create a strong sense of choice, so you can feel good about eating less.
- Implement the two key factors that will make a feeling of free choice real to you.
- Your genuine need for food – and your desire for more.
- Why your excess appetite occurs, when it’s likely to occur, and the forms it takes.
- How to heal your addictive desire to overeat, so it can begin to fade away.
- Setting your own limits to your meals and snacks, and keeping to those limits.
- The way your brain reacts to food; what can be changed, and how to do that.
- Working with your survival drive instead of against it.
- Research using fMRI scans; the neural pathways that all addictions, including food, have in common.
- Become aware of your own addictive thinking, and how it holds you back from making progress.
- Understand comfort eating; how to go through tough times without overeating.
- Identify and let go of your habitual ways of thinking that support the overeating.
- Summary of current theories on nutrition.
- How to let go of perfectionism as the way you control your overeating.
- Why ‘eating when hungry, stopping when full’ isn’t reliable and what to do instead.
- What to expect in the longer term.
Some of the results you can expect:
- a sense of freedom, feeling more calm and relaxed around food
- enjoy food more (because there’s less guilt, shame or anxiety)
- happy to eat more healthy food
- engage in ‘comfort eating’ much less or not at all
- sustainable long term weight loss
- no need to diet again
- stop binging entirely
- eat in a way that’s realistically imperfect, rather than rigid
- feel and be in control
- can eat ‘like a normal person’ (in my clients’ own words)
- can tailor everything to individual needs, such as vegetarian, diabetic, etc.
- enjoy a completely new way of thinking about food.