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"I can't believe how much time I was spending binge eating, thinking about binge eating AND trying to resist binge eating. I've stopped and can finally focus on my goals again. Seriously, thank you."
Were the past few years filled with constant triggers?
Did you start binge eating again after years of 'being good' or start for the first time?
Do you use food to cope with stress, isolation and fear of the unknown?
Maybe you've become aware of dysfunctional patterns in your personal relationships.
Perhaps you learned disordered eating from the women in your family.
However you got here, you don't have to live like this.
When you're stuck in a cycle of binge eating, feeling guilty, shaming yourself and then depriving yourself of food, it's easy to think you'll be trapped on this self-hate hamster wheel for the rest of your life.
I know I did.
Binge eating mixed with my gastrointestinal issues -SIBO, IBS, chronic parasites- and a nutrition-less vegetarian diet, was a total shitshow, but I accepted my fate.
90% of my thoughts consisted of planning what I'd eat (or not eat) next.
No "normal" life for me.
I simply adapted to a rollercoaster of:
➣ Living in fear of attending potlucks and picnics
➣ Faking sick to get out of dinner parties and birthdays
➣ Eating junk food while babysitting late into the night
➣ Writhing in physical discomfort after every time I binge ate
➣ Being at constant war with myself and body
I couldn't see a way out.
I did everything I thought I was supposed to do to "get better."
✗ Spent thousands of dollars on cognitive behavioral therapy
✗ Read dozens of self-help blogs and articles
✗ Followed the "top 10 ways to heal your relationship with food"
✗ Accepted compliments from friends on how great I looked
✗ Got 'trigger' foods out of the house
✗ Went to the gym, yoga, soul cycle, HITT classes, rowing (you name it, I tried it)
After years of trying these popular approaches to no avail, I tried hypnosis and realized my problems couldn't be fixed by willpower alone! That the answers were not in my conscious mind.
The binge eating was actually a symptom of stress, a desire for control, and internalized self-hate from growing up consuming high fashion magazines and idolizing Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen.
Up until I tapped into my unconscious beliefs about myself and the world through a combination of coaching and hypnosis, I was blindly throwing darts.
I'm here to tell you that you don't have to suffer any longer. It's time to get off the hamster wheel.
Together we will uncover what's really driving your disordered eating and intercept the cycle once and for all.
As an experienced hypnotist, radical women's coach, and former binge eater, I'm here to tell you healing is within your reach.
You cannot change something you aren't aware of. Once you become aware of your invisible forces -all the subconscious programming that directs you to binge eat night after night- you'll be able to re-wire, re-program and re-anchor new positive decisions & habits. Why? Because your beliefs will change. The stuff under the surface will shift.
Your brain and body will get surges of dopamine and serotonin whenever you eat nourishing foods. You'll stop eating when you're full.
After we identify your invisible decision makers it's going to be effortless.
I draw from my education in Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Ericksonian Hypnosis, The Tools of Conscious Leadership, humor, compassion and 7+ years counseling women on their reproductive health, pregnancies, births, and postpartum.
Ask yourself this...
Are you willing to let quitting binge eating be easy?
Are you willing to take this whole thing less seriously?
What will you give up when you finally stop binge eating (aside from excessive amounts of food)?