Mike Simmons explores the idea that food is love with Jan Gray, a counselor focusing on food related issues.
Gray explains the importance of realistic goal setting when losing weight. An unrealistic goal can lead to failure and loss of motivation.
Gray explains the mindset behind comfort eating. Dieting is about learning to restrict yourself, not about learning to lose weight.
Gray explains the client's previous relationship with dieting and her lack of success. Gray provides the structure for the counseling sessions.
Watch as Gray conducts the first counseling session with Elaine Davies. The issues of dieting and using food for comfort are covered and Gray suggests maintaining a food diary.
Gray and Davies cover the thought record Davies has kept since the past session. Gray analyzes whether Davies has put her children above her health.
Davies explains the progress she has made with weight management and factors that are slowing her progress.
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This video with psychologists Jan Gray and Elaine Davies consists of three full-length counseling sessions and a studio discussion on the topic of weight management. In the studio discussion, Mike Simmons talks to Jan about the way in which she works.
Length: 189 minutes
Copyright date: ©2012
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