Free Webinar: Psychology of Self-Control: Non-diet approach to impulsive overeating

MessageThis Webinar is over
Date Oct 8, 2018
Time 7:00 pm
Cost Free
Online
We usually don’t feel great about ourselves if we can’t control our impulsive overeating. Occasionally we might joke about not being able to resist our favourite junk food, but the reality is that we have become overly dependent on junk food, we eat when we are not hungry, we struggle to control our emotions, and often use food when we get stressed, angry, frustrated or simply bored. 
We might overeat impulsively even if we keep on putting on weight, or we might restrict our diet or do a boot camp, but unless we change our attitude and learn skills to control our impulsive overeating, soon after we struggle again. 
If you want to regain control of your overeating or binge-eating behaviour, then we can help. Our seminar "Psychology of Self-Control: Overcoming your Impulsive Overeating” will teach you how to outsmart your impulsive overeating and develop healthy eating habits. It’ll show you how to modify your eating behaviour, as well as manage your emotions, triggers, and urges effectively.
The seminar leverages the power of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and mindfulness, which have both been proven to successfully treat impulsive behaviours like overeating. By combining these approaches, you can essentially reprogram your brain to think and behave differently. Practical strategies will empower you to address your impulsive behaviours once and for all.
Join us and learn how to improve your eating habits!
As well we offer a free workbook and special offers at during our seminar. 
You should be interested in:
  • If you can't resist your urges and temptations
  • If you feel out of control around food
  • If you are obsessing about food and tend to overeat 
  • If you are open or a closet overeater
  • If you tend to minimise the negative consequences of your overeating
  • If you are sick and tired of dieting and failing
  • If you overeat impulsively and mindlessly
  • If you are simply want to be in control of your eating habits at all times.
If you want to be in control of your life, you need to learn to be in control of your behaviours regardless of your emotional state or what is happening around you. You can start by learning to be in control of your eating behaviour and develop a better relationship with yourself and food. 
Would you like more information?
Call us 0403 866 997 or email hello@impulsivity.com.au. We are looking forward to answering your questions.​

 


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