I often say that relationship is 80% of food recovery healing.

Chronic dieting happens in the context of relationship – we’re told we need to eat a certain way, look a certain way, we’re not born thinking those things. So, healing also needs to be happen within relationship.

I’ve been asked, ‘As a practitioner, when is it appropriate to share a relatable story or experience with a client in a therapy session?’

Let’s dive into this topic in the video below.

P.S. In this video I mention my Advanced Counseling Skills Course. I will be running this course beginning in September.

This is a great opportunity to take your practitioner skills to the next level to help your most stuck and vulnerable clients.

You can sign up here.

Imagine feeling calm, collected and in control the next time your client is sitting in front of you panicking about their weight.

If you’re ready to feel confident about working with clients’ emotions regarding food and weight and give them the help they really need, here’s how.

Download your free roll-playing guide and audio “What do I say when my client is panicking about their weight?!”

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