Recharge at WCWMR, What's Happening 1.2.18 - 1.5.18

January 3, 2019

 

 

 

 

Did you know that Washington Center for Weight Management and Research has ongoing regular weekly workshops and groups? Help relieve stress and get the support you need for your happiest, healthiest, and brightest year yet! See below for details.

 

Friday,  January 4th, 2019

Exercise Group

Every Friday, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

  • Weekly 30-minute group walk, followed by a post-walk stretch with Clinical Exercise Physiologist Rachel Trope, MS, CEP

  • Meet in the lobby at 11:00 am and head down to walk in the parking garage (level B2)

  • Walk for 10, 15, 20 or 30 minutes at any pace that is comfortable for you!

  • Great conversation and group support

Fee: You do not need to be a patient of the clinic to participate. Free for active Comprehensive Program patients; $30 per session for all others. Prepayment package discounts available.

To sign up and for questions: 703-807-0037, or email Rachel

 

Free Yourself from Emotional and Binge Eating

Every Friday, 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM

  • Weekly 60-minute group with psychologist Rachel Burnett, PhD

  • 10-12 sessions (with possibility of more based on interest)

  • Supportive environment to help you identify and change eating and lifestyle challenges

  • Learn behavioral and cognitive skills to change your relationship with food

Sign up for all sessions or drop-in as convenient for you!

 

Fee: You do not need to be a patient of the clinic to participate. Free for active Comprehensive Program patients; $75 per session for all others. Prepayment package discounts available.

To sign up and for questions: 703-807-0037, or email Michelle

 

Saturday, January 5th, 2019

Saturday Scoop

Every Saturday, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

  • 60-minute group led by a different provider each week who will cover a different weight-management related topic such as exercise, adequate protein intake, or coping with emotions

  • Group discussion to follow

All-or-Nothing Thinking: How To Keep It From Derailing Your Efforts

Most people engage in all-or-nothing thinking (also known as black-and-white thinking) in one way or another. With weight loss and lifestyle change, it can take many forms: either following your plan perfectly or thinking you’re a “failure,” thinking of foods as either “good” or “bad,” feeling you’re either a “good” or a “bad” person depending on what you eat, among many others. This type of thinking can be counterproductive as well as demoralizing. Join clinical psychologist Rachel Burnett, PhD to learn some ideas for healthier approaches.

 

Fee: You do not need to be a patient of the clinic to participate. Free for active Comprehensive Program patients; $35 per session for all others. Prepayment package discounts available.

To sign up and for questions: 703-807-0037, or email Michelle

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