Does food take up way too much of your brain space?

Are you stuck in a cycle of “being good”, followed by a binge, followed by beating yourself up, followed by another period of “being good”, and so on?

Do you  impose strict measures and rules on yourself in order to “control” your relationship with food…only to repeatedly fall off the wagon?

Do the so-called “right” foods seem boring and restrictive, while the “bad” foods seem oh-so-fun?

Are you ready to stop stuffing your body with food that’s hurting it?

Are you reading this and nodding, feeling embarrassed that someone knows, and relieved someone understands?

Welcome. You’re in the right place.


being able to maintain healthy, realistic, and still indulgent eating habits.

getting so connected with your body that you intuitively understand what it’s asking for, whether it’s a certain food or exercise or a particular life path.

knowing exactly what to do with difficult emotions so that they don’t lead you to binge eat.

knowing there’s chocolate in the drawer but forgetting about it for a few days (this has actually happened for several of my clients!!).

starting to eat one of your “forbidden foods” that you used to binge on, and putting it down halfway through cause it just doesn’t appeal to you any more (this too has happened for many clients).

getting excited about nourishing foods instead of junk food (and yes, this too happens for my clients).

Hey, if I – a sugar addict in recovery – can do this, and my clients can do it,  you’ve got a pretty good chance of being able to do it too.

Wondering how? I invite you to browse these pages to learn how I work, read my story so you know what I went through, and discover that you’re not alone. The way you eat is far more common than you think, and there are surefire ways to heal your relationship with food. It just doesn’t look like what you’ve been doing up until now.

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