Do you feel out of control when it comes to food?
Have you tried diet after diet or food plan after food plan looking for the one that will stick?
Are you aware of what your eating pattern is?
Are you unsure of what your next step will be in meeting this challenge?
Welcome to Trim-Life
TRIM-LIFE is a program designed to train your mind to release weight. It is a guide in which participants discover the emotional triggers that create unhealthy eating patterns. Individuals learn hypnotic techniques to eliminate food cravings, reversing negative self-talk and beliefs. In learning to identify and address the emotional issues that often drive overeating or binging, eating habits change. Psycho-educational discussions are integrated into the work.
TRIM-LIFE is designed to explore emotional eating patterns, but anyone could benefit from this program. With TRIM-LIFE, we can connect with the reasons you use food for comfort and develop healthier ways of dealing with what drives your overeating. TRIM-LIFE helps empower you to take charge of your life and gain more control in your relationship with yourself. Amazing things can happen when we begin this journey.
What You Will Receive:
Six weekly group sessions (2 hours) OR Six 90-minute individual sessions (in-person or online)
Recordings of the hypnotherapy scripts via CD or Flash Drive
TRIM-LIFE workbook (includes homework assignments, tracking materials)
"TRIM-LIFE: Diets don’t work, but the power of the mind does” by Diane Zimberoff
“Breaking Free from the Victim Trap” by Diane Zimberoff
A Private Facebook group for you to connect with other members also participating in sessions (optional)
Time and attention on you and your healing process.
Week 1: Who are we and why are we here?
Week 2: Looking at your history of dieting and relationship with food.
Week 3: Building awareness of how all parts of the body work together and the importance of taking care of every part.
Week 4: First hypnotherapy session to access early patterns of overeating to soothe the self.
Week 5: Looking at The Victim Triangle and acknowledging patterns of codependency in our relationship with others and ourselves.
Week 6: How did we learn to nourish ourselves and have our needs met?